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The AAL Programme, co-funded by the European Commission, has supported more than 220 projects since 2009.
Read more “Important opportunity to promote your work on Ambient Assisted Living (AAL): participate in the Smart Ageing Prize, an AAL Programme initiative!”
During the days 10, 11 and 12 October, the #ErasmusDays are being celebrated, in which institutions all along Europe organize events to disseminate their experiences in the Erasmus+ programme
Last activities are discussed in Athens, which will aim to ensure the sustainability of the resources created in the project Read more “#PLAYEUROPE: the Eramus+ tool to empower the next generation of social entrepreneurs”
Please, find below the call for candidates (researchers) for submitting a MSCA-IF proposal to the next call.
Read more “Call for candidates: MSCA-IF (H2020)”
Two new Erasmus+ projects, aimed at the design innovative educational tools and the promotion of social inclusion, have started in 2018 leaded by UBU. In the last months, two new projects funded within the Erasmus+ Programme have held their Kick-Off Meetings, both leaded by University of Burgos. In both of them, the final users are students with different types of disabilities or learning difficulties, and KVeloce is member of the Consortium carrying out different tasks. Read more “SUSKIDS and FORDYS-VAR, two Erasmus+ aimed at students with Special Educational Needs”
On the 24th of October, Wednesday, Kveloce presented the workshop on European Programmes for humanities, economy, laws and education to be held in the University of Burgos. Read more “Successful culmination of a month plenty of fruitful training actions and workshops in the Universities of Burgos, Murcia and Jaume I (Castellón)”
Thanks to our broad experience in European projects related to education social innovation, KVeloce is taking part together with other seven partners from all Europe in the PlayEurope project. Read more “#PlayEurope has recently published it “Handbook of success cases”, first step in its roadmap to engage youngsters in social entrepreneurship”
The Silver Economy Awards, promoted by the SEED Project, aim at catalysing a sustainable and digital European movement within the framework of the Silver Economy through the promotion of innovative solutions contributing to the improvement of the quality of life in elderly people (people over the age of 50 years). In addition, these awards contribute to make more visible the market opportunities addressed to this population group.