The DIMA 2.0 Project reaches its fruition

After a fantastic two-year journey that engaged more than 200 European practitioners in adult education, the consortium of the DIMA 2.0 project is proud to launch not only policy recommendations and a toolkit with strategies for adult education providers but also a self-learning platform.


DIMA 2.0 Newsletter 4

DIMA 2.0 will be officially completed by the end of this month. Aiming to improve and extend the supply of adult education strategies, DIMA 2.0 developed a set of resources for adult education providers and adult educators that will guide them to design high-quality strategies, taking into consideration the needs and characteristics of low-skilled and low-qualified individuals. Over the course of the project, the partners actively engaged adult education providers, adult educators, education policymakers, academics, and specialists in their countries to identify and document the national and European needs and to ensure the relevance of the project’s results.


Influencers - Newsletter 3

INFLUENCERS is a project funded by the Erasmus + programme. It officially started on the 1st of September 2019 and gathers 6 partners from Cyprus, France, Germany, Ireland, Poland and Portugal.


InTraRed: Boosting the business innovation capacity of SMEs to emerge stronger from COVID-19 disruption

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many business owners and functional team leaders in the SME sector to rapidly rethink their business, making innovation and digital transformation a must to ensure stability and, in the worst case, even survive. Most SMEs, pushed by sudden market changes, implemented innovation processes not as a structured and strategical response but mostly as a roughly improvised "escape forward".

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