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18 years in European collaboration
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Take a look at our science related school projects...
6 brandnew Erasmus+ projects will take off in autumn 2019
Study our 2019 Erasmus+ initiatives on this page
Working with Europe paper on radicalisation prevention
A 21st century education CREDO
Commission: critical questions to youth involvement in European projects
iYouth: creating innovation interest and capacity among young students
Working with Europe launching a number of highly innovative 2019 Erasmus+ projects
Explaining our Mission Based Learning approach - go see in NEWS
Once upon a time we created the EU FAIRstart project - now look what happened...
Involving young students and seniors in Erasmus+ - find the papers in NEWS!
European democracies breaking down: read the New York Times article in the NEWS.
Commission published the EntreComp Guide: "EntreComp Into Action" March 2018 - get it in NEWS!
From role-model to terrorist
The Erasmus+ iCAP was granted in the UK August 2017
The Erasmus+ 30 months OPEN SCIENCE SCHOOLING was granted June 2017
The PRIDE project (Erasmus+ Youth) - Prevent Radicalisation through Identity Development - was granted April 2017
Many new Erasmus+ 2017 submissions
Promotion of Catalan participation in the Horizon Rural Cultural Heritage Call
Working with Europe has produced a small guidance paper for knowledge partners in Erasmus+ projects.
You might wish to take a look at the new Erasmus+ 2017 initiatives in the NEWS section...
The new WWEU 2017 Erasmus+ initiatives
Horizon Science 4U submitted in August 2016
MISSION BASED LEARNING
Sharing some steps on how to learn in the 21st century
Towards a paradigm shift in adult education
Third Europe granted
Senior Social Entrepreneuring granted
CHRIS countering radicalisation in school granted
Mission based learning case
(An insignificant approach)
The Commission's new Entrepreneurial Competence Framework has now been published
Read the Newsletter from the challenging Erasmus+ NEET U project
The Erasmus+ project I am a Sport Entrepreneur - what R U? was granted in April 2016
The Working with Europe Newsletter April 2016 is available
Open the Doors kick-off: good consensus on what NEET youth need
Working with Europe engaged in a number of 2016 frontline initiatives
Working with Europe
Supporting the creation of innovative projects and partnerships across Europe
Welcome to the Working with Europe retro website!
"Ask and it will be given to you;
seek and you will find;
knock and the door
will be opened to you.”
Take a close look at Marc Prensky's new global learning innovation project, the ARISE-NET-
Read the Intro to the network!
the Working with Europe mission
Creating real educational innovation based on European funding is attractive for many organisations across Europe; however European funding has become increasingly competitive and complicated.
Very many organisations – from schools to chambers of commerce and municipalities – do not feel able to address European funding in a qualified way.
These organisations would like to create European innovation, but they need considerable help, support and guidance.
Working with Europe was precisely created to deliver such help, support and guidance to our partners in Catalonia and across Europe and on very fair and favourable conditions.
The Working with Europe mission is to help partner organisations create innovative ideas, develop very qualified and competitive applications – and to help manage the project if granted and support the quality of the work processes and outcomes.
We primarily work in Erasmus+, but are open to work in any program addressing educational, societal, cultural and social change.
Working with Europe Power Point presentation
The funding percentage of Erasmus+ projects in Europe was between 15 and 20% in the first period of the programme - depending on how you count.
Working with Europe's was 50% - no matter how you count!
Enjoy the dias show with almost 300 photos from 18 years in European collaboration!
Working with Europe open discussion paper on radicalisation prevention
Working with Europe on leadership in Erasmus+
COORDINATION IS NOT ENOUGH
Many Erasmus+ projects lack clear leadership, making it difficult to implement the projects' innovation.
Working with Europe new services 2018-20
Invitation to the UBL network - towards a European leadership
Invitation to the Open Science Schooling network - towards a European leadership
21st CENTURY EDUCATION
It's not always easy to drive European projects...
But we are still enjoying it...
Excited iCAP students from all over Europe May 2019...