Erasmus+ K2 – EN


TITLE: We Shan’t TolerHate (“WSTH”)

DURATION: 24 months 


Coordinator: ASOCIATIA SE POATE (Romania) 



“We Shan’t TolerHate” (WSTH) focuses on promoting youth volunteering as an instrument to contrast discrimination against migrants and refugees among the youth categories and within the hosting societies at large. The surge in intolerance, stereotyping and discrimination against migrants and refugees represents one of the most glaring realities influencing political and civil society debate, particularly in the European polities most sensibly hit by the massive migrants and refugee flows from Africa and the Middle Eastern region. 

The final outputs of the project comprise: 

-Manual that will contain the details of the activities implemented and of the related methodologies, serving as a reference for youth operators and organizations willing to implement similar programmes or in need of a benchmark for the design of their own initiatives. 

-Blog that will serve participants and interested external users to keep a direct communication as well as a constantly updated repository of information regarding participants’ own follow-up on their learning 

-Web Platform will be created as a setting of information and e-learning storing information, pictures, videos about the project and will integrate digitalized versions of project outputs 

“We Shan’t TolerHate” (WSTH) focuses on promoting youth volunteering as an instrument to contrast discrimination against migrants and refugees among the youth categories and within the hosting societies at large

The necessity of setting the conditions for youth awareness about racism and discrimination as well as of the active contrast thereof in the field of youth is stressed by the European Youth Strategy, which sets the objective of supporting the development of cultural awareness and the contrast of prejudice among the youth.  

 METHODOLOGY: NFE Methods, simulations, video tutorials, interviews. 


WSTH is promoting rejection of stereotypes, racism and xenophobia among the youth as well as fostering their active involvement in promoting tolerance, inclusion and the positive values of European citizenship through finding, collecting, combining and improving existing good practices in the field of youth work as well as successful and tested methods forming part of the background of each partner organization processing the latter into reference resources for operators (Reports) and programmes of educational development. The target group of the project is going to be young people aged 18-25 of local and migrant origins from each partner country (10 youngster per partner country).  

Main activities: 

– Research and identification of European good practices in contrasting radicalization and prejudice among young people through Storytelling, Sport and Art. 

– 3 transnational Meetings. 

– Implementation of 3 Blended Youth Mobilities (1 per partner country) wherein partners will develop the knowledge, skills and competences of selected youngsters in employing unconventional instruments of Non Formal Education (Storytelling, Sport and Art) as tools for contrasting phenomena of racism and xenophobia among their fellow young people, as well as spreading positive values of inclusion and tolerance. 

– Implementing a set of local activities delivered by participating youngsters in each partner country towards an audience of their own peers (locals and migrants). The focus of the activities will be to convey the educational message of the project to youngsters in local realities. 

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Project Title: “Step by Step” (“SbS”) 

Project Start Date: 01-09-2019 

Project Total Duration: 24 months 

Project End Date: 31-08-2021 

KA202 – Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training  

APPLICANT organizaton:

Associazione Culturale Pitagora Italy 

PARTNER organization 


Veseligas attistibas skola (Latvia) 

NGO Nest Berlin (Germany) 

Kauno taikomosios dailes mokykla (Lithuania) 

The strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (known as ET 2020) adopted a benchmark to be achieved by 2020, namely, that the share of early leavers from education and training should be not more than 10 % in the EU-28. 

According to the Eurostat “Early leavers from education and training”, In 2017, an average of 10.6 % of young people (aged 18-24) in the EU-28 were early leavers from education and training, in other words, they had completed at most a lower secondary education and were not in further education or training during the four weeks preceding the survey. Early leavers from education and training may face heightened difficulties in the labour market. Those not in employment may or may not want to work. In 2017, the 10.6 % of early leavers from education and training were composed as such: a 4.7 % share of the EU-28’s population aged 18-24 were early leavers in employment, while 3.7 % were early leavers not employed but wanting to work, and the remaining early leavers (2.2 % of the population aged 18-24) were not employed and did not want to work. 

Education and career guidance plays an essential part in motivating students affected by SLD and SLI and keeping them engaged in education. It not only provides them with information on the study options and work prospects available, but also helps to identify the careers that may interest them. Guidance staff also support young people suffering from SLD and SLI in developing the skills they need to make good decisions and they enable them to manage their choices better and take responsibility for their own personal growth and development. “Step by Step” (SBS) project is aimed at reducing the above mentioned phenomenon by sharing good practice among EU partners in order to duplicate successfull supportive scheme for school teachers / mentors, business mentors with the puropose of keep SLD and SLI learners motivated by means of Work-Based Learning WBL interconned activities. SBS is aimed at creating a network of international partners actively engaged in fighting early school leaving by stimulating the pro-active attidute of SLD and SLI learners and entrepreneurial spirits. 

Expected Results: 

1) WORKSHOP FOR TRANSFER OF INNOVATION TRAINING FOR TEACHERS / TUTORS AND WORKPLACE TUTOR during which the PP will transfer to the users referents the necessary knowledge to implement programs directed to Training teachers / tutors and workplace tutor in dual learning logic.  

2) CREATION OF CONDITIONS FOR REPLICABILITY OF PRACTICE through the translation of educational contents of two Training courses for Company Tutor and Lecturer in Logic Dual Learning and the agreement for use of e-learning platforms to be used for the realization of part of the learning activities provided in the form of short-term mobility. 



The learning of all participants will be evaluated and certified in accordance with the ECVET. 




Expected impact:  

  • Learners/Participants : 

We expect all participants of the project to enhance their self-esteem being more active in supporting inclusive entrepreneurial education of SLD and SLI youth. We expect them to be ready to share their new knowledge, to be pro-active and encourage others to get involved. In identifying new, creative methods we except the participants to become curiouse themselves and start to be motivated to participate in WBL. Knowing their rights as European citizens and knowing new tools and methods in participation will motivate the participants to become a more active and smart citizens, feeling 

integrated and fully part of the system. 

  • Participant organizations: 

We expect the participant organizations to get motivated to improve their hard and soft skills in the field of social entrepreneurship and inclusive education. The organizations will improve their capacity to perform trainings in a SLD and SLI friendly atmosphere and modify their already existing curricula with new, innovative and inclusive methods. 

SLD and SLI students/youngsters:  

In the project we are focused mainly on youngsters affected by SLD and SLI that feel excluded from the society and often affected by bullism. SLD and SLI participants to the WBL Local Programs may:  

a) Have increased focus and purpose;  

b) Better understand real life issues as they learn academics in context,  

c) Be more goal-oriented; they have a reason for and interest in continuing education,  

d) Develop better problem-solving skills and e) Understand the concept of work and work ethic. 

KA2 VET “STEP BY STEP” develop the skills they will face in post-secondary education and the workplace of the future through experiential learning.

It emphasizes the student-employee as a learner first, provides student skills development through alternative methods of education and training, and rewards and acknowledges learning that occurs on the job. WBL enhances a students’ understanding of classroom theory through participation in its application in the work environment. 

The objective of this Work-Based Learning project is to give high school students enrolled in state approved career technical programs interdisciplinary learning experiences that develop their problem-solving, critical-thinking and communication skills linking their classroom learning with the challenges they will face in post-secondary education and the workplace of the future. 

Inherent in Work-Based Learning is the ability to apply content knowledge critical to the job and to reinforce skill needed for improved performance and quality of work. 

Student-employees develop skills in teamwork and problem solving and learn how to meet employer expectations. 

Student employees carry out tasks understanding the why not just the how, committing fewer errors and producing a higher quality product.

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KA2 YOUTH “INTERcultural Dialogue to Empower Minorities”

KA205–Strategic Partnerships for Youth

TITLE: INTERcultural Dialogue to Empower Minorities (Inter-Dem)

DURATION: 24 months (01-02-2020/ 31-01-2022) 



Partner: MV INTERNATIONAL (Italy) 

Partner: NGO NEST BERLIN EV (Germany) 


Intercultural Dialogue to Empower Minorities” (INTER-DEM) is a Strategic Partnership, focused on promoting peaceful interaction, mutual discovery and tolerance between natives and ethnic minorities youth through training young people in becoming potential Youth Digital Activists, in promoting intercultural dialogue in micro-realities through and in New Media Channels. 

In the “Data collection in the field of ethnicity” (2017) issued by the European Commission, it is underlined that “Racial, ethnic and national origin, minority religion, language and cultural traditions have not been clearly distinguished in law, but are instead recognized as intrinsically interlinked. In its Advisory Opinion n. 17, the Permanent Court of International Justice stated that a (minority) community is “a group of persons living in a given country or locality, having a race, religion, language and traditions of their own and united by this identity of race, religion, language and traditions in a sentiment of solidarity, with a view to preserving their traditions, maintaining their form of worship, ensuring the instruction and upbringing of their children in accordance with the spirit and traditions of their race and rendering mutual assistance to each other”. 

The necessity of setting the conditions for youth awareness about racism and discrimination as well as of the active contrast thereof in the field of youth is stressed by the European Youth Strategy, which sets the objective of supporting the development of cultural awareness and the contrast of prejudice among the youth. 

INTER-DEM) is focused on promoting peaceful interaction, mutual discovery and tolerance between natives and ethnic minorities youth through training young people


The outcomes of Inter-Dem would be Research report containing statistics and needs regarding ethnic minority youths in matter of social inclusion in participating partner countries. 

– Toolkit containing existent best practices and employed workshop on Social Media Communication, Social Activism Campaigning, Digital Storytelling 

–  Blog created by the participants during the first mobility which will be the diary of their shared educational learning journey. 

– 4 Digital Storytelling products created during the second mobility. 

– 4 National and 1 International Social Campaigns launched during the third mobility. 

Main activities:

– Research and identification of European good practices in contrasting radicalization and prejudice towards national ethnic minorities among young people through the Digital Intercultural Dialogue; 

– Selection of a cluster of 8 young people per partner organization (4 natives and 4 from ethnic minorities) to take part in the process of educational empowerment delivered in the project. 

– Implementation of 4 Blended Youth Mobilities (1 per partner country) wherein partners will develop the knowledge, skills and competences of selected youngsters in employing Social Media Communication, Social Activism Campaigning, Digital Storytelling and Digital Educational Tools as methodologies/instruments for contrasting phenomena of racism and discrimination as well as spreading positive values of inclusion and tolerance among their peers as well as the overall Social Community. 

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TITLE: EntrepRURAL socialy 

DURATION: 24 months 


Coordinator: Raibais kakis (Latvia) 


MVNGO (Italy) 

Asociatia Copiii in Sanul Familiei (Romania) 

“EntrepRURAL socialy” is a Strategic Partnership in the youth field aimed at promoting the role of Social Entrepreneurship (SE), in combination with Non Formal Education (NFE) and practical learning, as a tool for enhancing social inclusion and employability of disadvantaged sectors of the youth population from rural area. The direct target group of the project are young NEETs (not employed in education, training or in the labour market) aged 18-30 in all partner countries and Europe. 


1) Personal development, us a activity which empower young people and become more aware about their opportunities and resources. 

2) Rural Needs’ Analysis, as an approach for the identification of the grassroots local community needs to be catered by means of Social Entrepreneurship action. 

3) Storytelling, as an instrument of structuring business ideas, establishing a zlear/cut identity of social enterprises and related initiatives/products as well as fostering internal cohesion through the establishment of a defined corporate identity. 

4) ICT, as a crucial area of expertise of a social entrepreneur profile and sector of direct entrepreneurial engagement. 

EntrepRURAL socialy aims at promoting the role of Social Entrepreneurship (SE), in combination with Non Formal Education (NFE) and practical learning

Main activities:  

– Blended Youth Mobility involving representatives of the ultimate target group (NEETs aged 18-30) will test each Toolkit (1 BMYP per toolkit) and develop the related learning outcomes in participants. 

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 KA205–Strategic Partnerships for Youth 

TITLE:  Entrepreneurship to Empower (“ENTEM”) 

DURATION: 24 months (01-02-2020/ 31-01-2022) 


Coordinator:  SYSTEM & G FINLAND RY (Finland) 

Partner: MV INTERNATIONAL (Italy) 

Partner: NGO NEST BERLIN EV (Germany) 

Partner: Alliance for Global Development (Luxembourg) 

Entrepreneurship to Empower (“ENTEM”) is an Exchange of good practices that proposes an integrated and holistic approach that emphasizes international cooperation for the development of NEETs young people’s life skills and entrepreneurial skills so that they become ready to enter the labor market or create their own opportunities and be agents of change in their communities through international learning teaching training activities. 

ENTEM proposes international cooperation for the development of NEETs young people’s life skills and entrepreneurial skills

The Europe 2020 Strategy points Entrepreneurship among young people as an essential objective, it also includes the “Youth on the Move” flagship initiatives. The 2020 Entrepreneurship Action Plan highlights important actions to promote entrepreneurship, such as education and training, which enable entrepreneurs to thrive, develop role models and reach specific groups that cannot exploit their entrepreneurial potential (Youth Entrepreneurship in Europe: Values, Attitudes, Policies, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg). The EU Youth Strategy recognizes youth employment and entrepreneurship as one of the eight areas of action. 

The partners conducted a needs analysis which seeked to identify the challenges faced by NEETs young people, the constraints and existent opportunities in the partner organizations policies and activities as well as it provided us with important highlights at European level.  

Main findings: 

– High rate of youth unemployment in 2 of the partner countries (32,20% Italy, 20, 40% FI). 

– Poverty and social exclusion -Italy being one the EU country with the highest at-risk-of-poverty rates with 35%, 24,7 in Germany, 24,2 Finland (Eurostat, 2017). 

– High rates of NEETs (aged 20-34) – 29,5% in IT, 11,9% in DE, 14,5 in FI 

– Educational constraints at partner countries level: insufficient education provided by the state education system – teaching entrepreneurship in schools is isolated, entrepreneurial education has gaps in content and wrong methods of learning, which does not provide long-term impact for young people who attend entrepreneurship programs. This impacts the way youngsters relate to entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship in particular 

The project proposes an integrated and holistic approach that emphasizes international cooperation for the development of NEETs young people’s life skills and entrepreneurial skills so that they become ready to enter the labor market or create their own opportunities and be agents of change in their communities through international learning teaching training activities. 

Objectives of the project:  

ENTEM pursues the following specific objectives: 

– Contrasting massive youth unemployment through developing Social Entrepreneurship potential and related soft/transversal skills in disadvantaged young people (NEETs) through Urban Needs’ Analysis, Storytelling, ICT and Intercultural Communication. 

– Researching and comparing existing European good practices of Social Entrepreneurship education of young people through Urban Needs’ Analysis, Storytelling, Marketing, and Intercultural Communication. 

– Producing state-of-the-art Reports outlining the existing landscape of European good practices. 

– Elaboration of a set of Toolkits and of a comprehensive “Bolstering Youth Entrepreneurship” Format representing a useful practical reference for 

NGO and stakeholders’ operators. 

– Developing a network among organizations experienced in the field of entrepreneurial empowerment. 

Main activities: Within 24 months there will be transnational Meetings, production of Reports, development, and testing of entrepreneurial methodologies in 4 different yet interconnected Blended Mobilities of Young People (BMYP). 

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KA205Strategic Partnerships for youth – Innovation 

TITLE: Educating New Generations In building a Non-radicalised Environment (“ENGINE”) 

DURATION: 24 months 


Coordinator: Cercle Augustin d’Hippone (France) 


NGO: Intercultural Youth Dialogue Association IYDA e.V. (Germany) 


NGO: Namoi (Russian Federation) 

 Educating New Generations In building a Non-radicalised Environment (ENGINE) aims at empowering youth and social workers/operators who work with young people at risk of radicalisation, equipping them with efficient instruments and methodologies aimed at fostering critical thinking as well as preventing radicalisation phenomenon. 

The final outputs of the project comprise: 

-Research and Analysis phase: this phase will be constituted by a) research of national and international existent successful models regarding Forum Theatre and Media Literacy and Digital Storytelling methodologies b) national focus group sessions with target group and stakeholders. 

-Production of the Toolkit “Educational Pathway to Prevent Youth Radicalisation” its draft will be produced during the Joint Staff. The Toolkit will be one of the Open Resources of the Web Platform structured in a PDF version, complemented with video-tutorials of the activities produced during the Joint Staff. 

– Production of the Web Platform “Youth Working for EradicAction” functioning as both an educational hub storing informational materials and educational resources, such as the digitalized version of the Training Format (Handbbok) in E-learning modules, the Toolkit (Manual) in its PDF version and the videotutorials as well a networking channel for youth workers and NGOs to exchange good practices and build new partnerships. 

ENGINE aims at empowering youth and social workers/operators who work with young people at risk of radicalisation


ENGINE will explore the potential of Non Formal Education combined with Forum Theatre and Critical Thinking Methodology as a new pedagogical instrument aimed at preventing radicalisation among youth. 


NFE Methods, simulations, live streaming, video tutorials. 


ENGINE will explore the potential of Non Formal Education combined with Forum Theatre and Critical Thinking Methodology as a new pedagogical instrument aimed at preventing radicalisation among youth. 

The target groups involved in the project will be: 

-Youth workers aged 25+ who work with young people at risk of radicalisation for the Joint Staff; 

-Young people aged 18-25 yo (both locals and migrants) for the Blended Mobility of Young People 

-Young people aged 13-20 yo (both locals and migrants) for the Local Activities. 

-Youth workers/operators and Trainers for the Local Seminar.  

Main activities: 

-Transnational Meetings 

-International Piloting Joint Staff Training Event 

-International Piloting Blended Mobility of Young People 

-Local Activities 

-Local Seminars 

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KA205 – Strategic Partnerships for youth 

TITLE: DIG IN Promoting youth entrepreneurship to foster NEETs social & work inclusion, using digital youth work and collaborative techniques (“DIG IN”) 

DURATION: 22 months 


Coordinator: Fundacja imienia Braci Solunskich – Cyryla i Metodego (Poland) 




AREGAI Terre di benessere Associazione Culturale (Italy) 


DIG IN strategic partnership will offer new tools for NEETs outreach and engagement (via ICT & digital mentoring) and personal development (using collaborative learning and networking) to increase their possibility for employment and social inclusion. Our project proposes a programme that addresses the personal development of NEET, focusing especially on building their motivation for participating in society and contributing to the labour market, increasing their confidence as citizens, while enhancing employability skills using entrepreneurship as an activator for interest and using new ICT based strategies to get in touch with others 

DIG IN strategic partnership will offer new tools for NEETs outreach and engagement and personal development to increase their possibility for employment and social inclusion

Main activities: 

– Offer a new otreach strategy that make use of ICT and new media to increase NGOs and youth associations’ ability to reach, engage and motivate NEETs 

– Prepare a Collaborative Learning space where NEETs can create new opportunities for themselves and connecting with peers, while enhancing their employability and entrepreneurial skills 

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KA2: Strategic Partnerships for adult education

TITLE: Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship (“ASE”)

DURATION: 24 months and 10 days 





SME: “Horizont ProConsult” EOOD (Bulgaria) 

NGO: Piepildito sapnu istaba (Latvia) 


ASE (Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship) will address educators working with adult learners and will strive to foster social entrepreneurship education by creating a specialised and learner-driven Open Educational Resources (OER), dedicated to development of competences for creating social innovation, third sector entities and social enterprises. 

The planned learning activity will be a short-term jointstaff training event, held in Sofia, Bulgaria. The activity will last 7 days and will gather 2 partner representatives from each partner country. The event aims at equipping participants with competences for ending up the design and finalize training offers. It will be held through non-formal education methods and practical workshops. Team of experts from Latvian and Bulgarian partner organisations will facilitate the seminar, using various innovative workshops and methods in order to fully meet the planned activity objectives. 


The need of educational opportunities on social entrepreneurship seems arising, since it is a way of providing solutions to social problems and at the same time is stimulating economic growth and new employment perspectives. In a time in which unemployment is rising everywhere in EU, empowering individuals with the competences to create their own job is pivotal. Therefore, based on the experience of the partners and their needs, on the relevance of the subject towards EU Policies, as well on the long term potential for cooperation with actors in diverse fields, the project ASE aims at fostering the development of transversal skills related to social entrepreneurship, by using innovative and learner-centered pedagogical approach. 


The specific project objectives set up by the promoters are: 
• To enhance entrepreneurial mind-sets among adults by strengthening the educational offer and providing opportunities for building skills in the field of social entrepreneurship; 
• To raise awareness about the existence of specific tools for development of a social start-up, such as the Social Business Model Canvas and numerous best practices in Europe that could be reproduced in other countries 
• To support social entrepreneurship education through the elaboration of an OER as tangible outcome, offering a specific guide for the development of the 3rd sector entities, in particular on initiating social enterprises and innovation 
• To raise competences, exchange and disseminate good practices related to social entrepreneurial education within adult educational entities and not only 
• To support quality improvements and extension of the offer of learning opportunities tailored to individual learners, thanks to establishing cross-sectorial cooperation among stakeholders 


– Research report on the existing legislation and tools for support of social entrepreneurship education in each country, 

– Educational Content for OER, 

– Development of online open educational resource (open educational materials for individual learners available in English language). 

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KA2: Strategic Partnerships in the Youth Sector 

Duration: 24 months




“Horizont ProConsult” EOOD (Bulgaria) 






The project “League for Youth Entrepreneurship” aims at building competitive knowledge-based societies, through the development of young people’s entrepreneurial potential and creativity competencies. The project intends to offer a valuable solution against youth unemployment by creating specific paths for enhancing such abilities and building up youths’ entrepreneurial mindsets and capacities. The project will encourage cross-sectorial partnership and cooperation at international level, by linking the institutional environment of NGOs with educational institutions and other types of educational providers, in view of operating quality improvements in the fields of education, training and youth. 

The primary target group of the project are the young people, NEETs and those with fewer opportunities. Special emphasis will be placed on young people facing social, geographical and financial difficulties in order to involve them in local youth work events, in international activities and training programs. 

The KA2 Youth project “League for Youth Entrepreneurship” aims at building young people’s entrepreneurial potential and creativity competencies

The gap between education and employment widens, and the magnitude of change in the unemployment rates varies by youth educational attainment. While bound up with the legacy of the economic crisis the spill-over costs of the social failure in providing quality education, decent employment and social protection, could cause serious burden on the European society. The increased number of graduating students with formally recognised qualifications but poor opportunities for professional realisation in their field of competences has created a high percentage of unemployed young people. This project is aimed to address the issue of youth unemployment. 

The 24 months project will combine various local activities with international learning mobility opportunities for youth workers, staff members and youth as direct target groups. It will involve 7 partner institutions from 7 European countries. By aggregating their experience, knowledge and competencies, a powerful insight and constellation of resources will be procured, since the project will work on a trans-national issue, which needs to be addressed not only on national but also at European level.  

The project will operate a steady multi-stakeholder partnership and will deliver added value at European level at three performance areas: 
network building 
fostering mutual learning and harmonisation in and beyond Europe 
pooling international resources to provide for greater scope and outreach of the results achieved. The project proposal represents as well the next phase of development of youth support and institutions capability to meet the need of youth community for quality knowledge and career pathway opportunities. It will support reciprocal relationships and cross-sectoral collaboration, so as to bring focused range of educational and training services and relevant career development opportunities.  


Overall the objectives of the project are: 

• To promote entrepreneurial ideas through extra-curricular activities and courses in view of increasing innovation capacity and opportunistic mindset of potential youth entrepreneurs;  

• To embed innovative approach towards entrepreneurship in the field of education through mainstreaming the development of entrepreneurial awareness and behaviour; 

• To encourage youth to take part in entrepreneurial education in view of developing such mindsets and stimulate them to better engage in entrepreneurial actions  

• To enhance innovative and market-oriented entrepreneurial spirit among young people  

• To demonstrate the benefits of multidisciplinary and multiprofessional educational approaches by the development of intellectual outputs  

• To encourage the development of a multilevel cross-sectorial system that fosters entrepreneurial learning through other than formal educational means and especially through direct involvement of youth in entrepreneurial activities.

Main activities: 

– local actions 

– mobility activities 

– working on Production of deliverables 

O1. Preparation of training Module During  

O2. Edit of training Guide  

O3. Platform elaboration and launch. 

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Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnership

Project Title: Re(IN)novating Marketing Strategy Across Semi-professional Female Teams

Project Dates: 01/01/2020 – 30/06/2022

“Re(IN)novating Marketing Strategy Across Semi-professional Female Teams” (RINMSASFT) aims at strengthening managers of semi-professional female sport teams through an up-skill process related to marketing, communication and visibility strategies.

The project pursues the specific Erasmus Plus Collaborative Partnership priority related to promote and support good governance in sport with a specific focus on the major priority to foster and enhance gender equality in sport.

In the report made by the Committee on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men on “Discrimination against women and girls in sport” (2005) the section “Sponsors and funding” provides clear data and remarkable examples of the disparity regarding the minor matter expressed by managers towards female teams.

The main topic of the project is to improve good governance in sport

“During the five years from 1992 to 1997, the money paid into women’s sport by sponsors more than doubled, from 285 million to 600 million dollars. This represents progress, but the figures are still revealing in terms of what remains to be done. The total figure has now gone beyond one billion dollars, but sponsors pay 25 billion dollars a year into men’s sport. Yet without serious sponsors or adequate funding, women’s sport is not viable, as certain examples clearly sho2”

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