With the support of the Europe for Cirtizens programme of the European Union
ACTA Center is proud to announce a new project: TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migration Labs! Five project partners from four EU countries and one EU candidate country has launched the TAS – Migration Labs project in the framework of the Measure 2.3 “Civil Society Projects ” of Action 2 “Democratic Engagement and Civic Participation” of the European Union programme “Europe for Citizens”.
A total of 411 projects were submitted for the call of proposals for 2019 Measure 2.3: Civil Society Projects of the programme. Our project is nr. 10 among 29 that received funding.
Over the course of 18 months, the project partners from Romania, Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Serbia will organize WorkLabs, debates and roundtables with aim to analyse historical experiences, narratives, misconceptions and stereotypes relating to migrants and refugees, xenophobic discourse, hate speech and anti-immigration propaganda. We will be looking into our own experiences of emigration to other countries, as well as our experiences, responsibilities and challenges as a transit or host countries in the past and current refugee and migrant crises.
Thesis Lab I - Online workshop
ACTA Center is pleased to invite young people, students and teenagers to its online workshop to discuss the migration phenomenon from different perspectives to understand the concept of migration through a complex approach that is meant to eliminate stereotypes and intolerance.
InnoSchool - Strengthening social innovation and entrepreneurial skills of students by initiating an innovative learning system
The project is co-financed by the Transnational Danube Program, Priority Axis 1 "Innovation and social responsibility in the Danube Region", Specific objective "Increasing skills for innovation in the social and business environment", with an implementation duration of 36 months, starting from September 1, 2018.
InnoSchool is the result of a process of capitalizing on the expertise of the 11 partners from, the Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Hungary and the Republic of Moldova.
Within the project will be organized workshops, public consultations and joint actions with decision makers. Particular attention will be paid to piloting an innovative learning system in 9 European countries, 10 schools in each country, with a total target group within the project of 1800 students. 9 Curriculum Adjustment Action Plans will be developed in pilot countries representing the pillars for sustainability and transferability of InnoSchool.
The European Center ACTA launches the invitation to all high school education institutions in Bihor County, to register and participate in piloting the innovative ILS learning system, developed within the project.
Relivet-Reducing Early Leaving in VET
The aim of the RELiVET project is to identify the factors that lead students to drop out from regional VET schools in each participating country of the project as well as the existing training programmes for professionals regarding prevention techniques on VET and their contents.
Based on the research findings, partners will design a training curriculum for teachers in VET education, as well as for the special scientific staff involved in the learning process, on effective strategies for increasing graduation rates and student attainment.
The project « Challenges of Regional Centres: Depopulation Control, Development - best practices » was funded with the support of the European Union under the Programme "Europe for Citizens"
Project No. 595269-CITIZ-1-2017-2-LV-CITIZ-NT
Strand 2 – Measure 2.2 "Networks of Towns"
DISEMEX and DISEMEX +East - Together to Inclusion
The European Center ACTA participated together with the partners of the Erasmus + DISEMEX-Disability EMployment EXpert project in the International Conference "DISEMEX + East - Together for Inclusion" funded by the German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a program to expand cooperation with Armenian organizations, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Russia.
"EU for IT career" proiect Erasmus + Mobilitate pentru elevii din domeniul VET
Al doilea flux de elevi de la Liceul "Lucian Blaga" a terminat stagiul de formare in Portugalia........ ganduri exprimate in jurnalul sau de catre G.V.A. elev la Liceul Vocational Pedagogic "Nicolae Bolcas" Beius, participant la primul flux (18-29 martie) "participarea la un proiect Erasmus + este ceva ce nu trebuie ratat si daca aveti ocazia, recomand tuturor elevilor sa profite de aceasta unica oportunitate ".
RURAL TREASURES - Social Entrepreneurship-The Heart of Rural Development
Proiect Erasmus+ intalnire transnationala de proiect in Oradea
Multumim: Edubiz, La Femme Heureuse, Lavender Farm si echipei ACTA!
Am realizat o sesiune comuna de discutii cu participantii la cele doua evenimente.
Erasmus+ "Moon Climbers", Transnational project meeting in Oradea
ACTA Center in partnership with CSEI Orizont, hosted the transnational meeting of the "Moon Climbers" Erasmus project + strategic partnership for innovation and good practices.
Erasmus+ Study Visit "Models for inclusion. Special education- and project-based pedagogues"
The study visit was organized by the Romanian National Agency (ANPCDEFP) in partnership with ACTA Center and CJRAE Bihor and was attended by experts in the field of special education from Finland, Germany, Portugal, Poland and Sweden.
DeCoDe, Europe for Citizens program
The fourth international event of the DeCoDe project took place in ŁÓDŹ, Poland.
A thematic session on the exchange of experience between partners took place, as well as a debate and project activities on the structure of the action plan on depopulation control.