Glocal Factory designs and implements projects granted by the European Union and other public and private institutions, aimed to social inclusion, people’s and communities empowerment, sustainable development.At the moment we are engaged, together with other Italian and European Partners, in implementing four transnational projects funded by the EU in the frame of the Erasmus Plus Programme:

PROM-PAR

Promoting migrants’ democratic participation and integration The efficacy of social inclusion process in EU member states for Asylum Seekers and ...
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GREEN S.E.E.D.S. – Synergy and Environment to Empower Decentralized Schools

A 36 months project, starting the 1st of September 2019. It is an Erasmus Plus project, a Strategic Partnership for ...
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Multiplier Event in Verona

The final multiplier event of GrandMas’ Story took place in the library of Bussolengo, a city not far from Verona ...
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S.Y.W.

SYW: Sustainable Youth Work: from volunteering to entrepreneurship The project aims at providing Youth Workers with entrepreneurial skills through a ...
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G.O.L.

Get Out of the Loop - good practices against new poverties The economic difficulties and social isolation have expelled individuals ...
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MiGreat!

Supporting Migrants into CVET The “MiGreat! Supporting Migrants into CVET” is an Erasmus+ project (2016-2018), which aims to develop training ...
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TrainIoT

Educate and Train emerging Challenges: Internet of Things Research around Europe have shown that practicing teachers in VET organizations are ...
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Grandma’s Story

Engaging migrant youth in their local communities From February 2017 to April 2019 Partners: Legacy WM (UK), applicant organisation, Glocal ...
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CultNET

Building capacities and exchange among youth workers on culture for inclusion From January 2017 to December 2018 Cult-Net aims is ...
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In Autumn 2018 we have started cooperation with other two projects:

  • T.O.M.M. Training Operators of Migrants through Mobility
    The novelty and the dimension of migratory flows required structures ready to manage the humanitarian emergency by responding to national regulations and international agreements.
    Here, the function of migrant operators in charge of the Reception Centers plays a fundamental role in welcoming, managing and integrating refugees and asylum seekers in the hosting communities.
    The objective of the project (in the frame of the EU Programme Erasmus Plus, Key Action 1, staff mobility) is to update, train and motivate the staff of the reception centers, comparing the Italian operators working with similar systems having already developed integration models in Greece, Portugal and Great Britain.
  • N.E.W.I. NEw Workers for Inclusion
    The project (granted by the EU Programme Erasmus Plus, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult Education) aims to developing a Guideline of migrants operators’ job description and a Model of best practices regarding reception and social integration of migrants. A practical approach of good practices’ exchange among social workers coming from Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom and Greece by visiting centers and services for migrants will be the focus of the Short-term staff training activities.

 

Individually, some members of “Glocal Factory” are involved in the implementation of other EU projects. Among them: