According to our consulting service in European Projects, during the recent years we have prepared several projects for different organizations. Some of these projects have been:
- For An Inclusive Europe. Erasmus+ K1 – Mobility of Yotuh Workers
Magenta designed this Erasmus+ Project for Cocemfe Asturias and, once it was granted by the Spanish National Agency, we developed the whole process of implementation, evaluation and justification. The Project that involved apart from Cocemfe Asturias the following partner organizations: EURO-NET (Italy), Kfar Hanoar Kyriat Shmona (Israel), COSVITEC (Italy), Egitimciler Birligi Sendikasi Corum Subesi (Turkey), Organization for Promotion of European Issues (Cyprus), Experimentáculo Associação Cultural (Portugal), West Midlands Tomorrow Ltd (UK) and Quarter Mediation (Netherlands); had as main objective to promote a real and effective inclusion for the disable European youngsters through the education and experience exchange of a group of professionals in the youth field.
In this way, it consisted on a training course developed between 13-21 June 2015, organised and coordinated by Cocemfe Asturias, in which 38 workers in the youth field from Italy, Israel, Turkey, Cyprus, Portugal, UK, Netherlands and Spain acquired the needed knowledge and strategies to design and implement actions focused on achieving an inclusive Europe.
The project has thus meant an answer to the educational deficiencies of workers in the youth field regarding inclusion and a small boost to shorten the distance between European youngsters and a real and effective enjoyment of equal opportunities.
- Youngsters for Social Entrepreneurship. Erasmus+ K1 – Mobility of Youth Workers
The development of socio-labor inclusion programmes is one of the main areas in which we develop our work. Our experience in this field allowed us to design a project focused on promoting social entrepreneurship and adapted to Mar Violeta Association, the Project’s applicant.
Granted the Project, Magenta took the responsibility of the whole process of implementation, evaluation and justification. In this way, we developed the whole project management whose primary objective meant to provide all people involved in it the necessary knowledge, skills and competences to promote effective programmes that promotes social entrepreneurship among young Europeans. With this objective, we organised course, held in Asturias-Spain, between 6 and 16 May 2015 with 24 youth workers from each of the partner organizations.
Colegiul Tehnic Gheorghe Cartianu (Romania), Kfar Hanoar Kyriat Shmona (Israel) and West Midlands Tomorrow Ltd (UK) and Mar Violeta (Spain) exchanged experiences, analysed models of good practice and reflected on the skills, strategies, resources and the methodology that should be adopted bythe programmes focused on promoting social entrepreneurship among youngsters.