TESEO - Arianna's strands in the digital age

TESEO is an Erasmus+ Higher Education project, running from October 2019 to September 2021. The project focuses on the development of a new training curriculum that can update and develop materials and educational tools in line with the labor market and which can offer a new awareness of Europe's cultural heritage and digital skills. The project also aims to create a digital platform with multilinear educational pathways, ranging from e-learning to gaming, capable of customizing teaching procedures and offering informal learning tools with perfect scalability. The project is coordinated by the University of Salerno, Italy, and brings together organizations and institutions from Cyprus, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, and France. 

What2DoIf: Effective guidance for successful integration of foreign communities through language acquisition

(WHATtoDOif) is to help newly-arrived foreigners, migrants and refugees to get oriented in the host-country economic, education, social and other systems, thus preventing their social exclusion or heavy dependency on their ethnic community. Migrants will improve their knowledge of the thematic areas selected by the consortium regarding the local system in partners’ countries. In addition, migrants will be provided with a useful glossary and video tutorials that will support their communication and interaction in the local language. Last but not least, migrants will be more confident in how to find solutions for specific problems they might face while trying to organize their life in a new country. 

GREEN S.E.E.D.S. - Supporting individuals in acquiring and developing basic skills and key competences

GREEN S.E.E.D.S. focuses on the risk that the geographical isolation of schools in the mountain and smaller islands may lead to their cultural isolation, mining the youngest’s correct knowledge, understanding, and participation to the globalized and constantly interconnected world of today. GREEN S.E.E.D.S. aims to break the isolation of decentralized schools, allowing dialogue between pupils who, although geographically distant, share similar socio-environmental realities. 

X-Cape: Breakout Challenges for Developing Transversal Skills

The objectives of the project are to  - promote creative and critical thinking through the development of alternative pedagogical resources using digital breakouts based on constructivist learning theory - Encourage the development of creative and critical thinking skills in VET environments where non-formal and informal learning can flourish - Support front-line VET tutors to harness the potential of mobile learning environments to build high-value skillsets within their marginalized target groups - Foster an entrepreneurial spirit among young Europeans ensuring that they have the necessary skills to research, select, analyze, organize and present information.

The V-Pal Project: Video-based peer practice among language teachers

The V-PAL project (Video-based peer practice among language teachers) aims to provide a platform and know-how for language teachers in adult education to produce, share and peer-review hand-held videos of their own teaching practices as a method for strengthening their teaching skills. The developed V-PAL Platform offers a possibility to share didactical reflections and inspiration in language teaching practice. The project is led by Vifin, Denmark with partners from Cyprus, Germany, and Spain.

MESI: Migrant Entrepreneurship for Social Inclusion

The MESI project aims to develop a training curriculum and an e-course specifically designed to tackle the educational and training needs of migrants by equipping adult education professionals, trainers and professionals with the tools needed for engaging migrants in entrepreneurial initiatives as well as increasing their participation in such activities. The curriculum is expected to increase the participation of migrants in the socio-economic life and involvement of migrants in educational programmes. The project is coordinated by Krinova Incubator, Sweden, and brings together organisations from Cyprus, Denmark, Italy and Germany.

BizMiz – Next Generation Women Technology Entrepreneurs

The project aims to facilitate the access of women to the technology sector and provide the tools for them to become successful technology entrepreneurs. BizMiz focuses on the development of bespoke entrepreneurship training resources and on the development of a safe and supportive online educational environment where women technology entrepreneurs can congregate; develop their business ideas; engage with like-minded individuals; and push through the ‘glass ceiling’ that pertains in the modern economy. The project brings together partners from Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Lithuania, Italy, Poland, Portugal and the UK. It is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union for the period 2018-2020.

NEUROGUIDE: Building Key Competences Through Challenge based Learning

NEURO-GUIDE is an Erasmus+ funded project, running from September 2018 to October 2020. The idea behind the project is to provide marginalized young people a chance to catch up witch fast evolving world of technology. The NEURO-GUIDE project focuses on disadvantaged students: those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, or with disabilities, or living in remote areas. It will develop and use online escape room challenges to encourage the development of creative and critical thinking skills, as well as skills to research, select, analyse, organize and present information.


Hub Nicosia is one of our most successful stories. It is a coworking and educational space. It is also a community of individuals, organisations and enterprises with cultural, environmental or social aims. It offers desks, offices, seminar and meeting rooms and an inspiring environment to work and thrive in. Hub Nicosia is a member of the European Creative Hubs Network.

PandPAS - Pre and Post Arrival Schemes to facilitate inclusion and prevent xenophobia and radicalization

The project aims to promote inclusion and prevent xenophobia and radicalization. It focuses on post-arrival support for the integration of people who require international protection while at the same implements a comprehensive Local Action Programme for the inclusion and the active participation of refugees in the hosting territories. The project brings together partners from Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Portugal and Cyprus. It is co-funded by the European Union's Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) for the period 2017 - 2019.

MEDICE - Migrant Women as Healthcare Mentors

This Erasmus+ project aims to facilitate the access of migrant women and their children to the healthcare services in five European countries by developing innovative language learning tools related to healthcare issues. The two-year project brings together organisations from Iceland, Czech Republic, Poland, Cyprus, and the United Kingdom.

You(th) Stand UP!

You(th) Stand UP! is youth-oriented project aiming at improving the work quality of youth workers and increasing their social inclusion, especially for those living in disadvantaged socioeconomic situations.

The project will produce outputs that train and evaluate non-formal skills developed by youth for the youth.

The partnership consists of organisations from Italy, Greece, Belgium and Cyprus. It is funded by the Erasmus+ programme for the period December 2017 - November 2019.

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