The results of the last Erasmus+ programme’s call have been announced.
Among the project proposals presented during the last call, in the framework of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education, one proposal coordinated by UNIMED and two proposals in which UNIMED participates as a partner have been selected for funding:
- HGRA – EnHancing manaGement and studies on migRation issues in LibyA, coordinated by UNIMED and involving institutions from Italy, Spain, Libya;
- DIRASA – Définition d’un renouvellement de la gouvernance de la recherche en Tunisie, coordinated by the University of Sfax and involving institutions from Tunisia, Italy and France;
- TeachersMOD – Future Elementary School Teachers Modernization in Kurdistan, coordinated by the University of Pavia and involving institutions from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Iraq.
In the framework of the Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnership, the project CLIP – Critical visual media Literacy and emPowerment, coordinated by UNIMED and involving institutions from Italy, Greece and Belgium has been approved.
For the Call 2022 Mobility of higher education students and staff supported by external policy funds KA171-HED, UNIMED has been granted a budget for 225 scholarships for students and staff of Italy, Albania, Kosovo, Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan for the seventh edition of the COMMO project.
For the Call 2022 Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the field of VET, the project EPISODE – Enhancing Palestinian Social and Digital Entrepreneurship, coordinated by UNIMED and involving institutions from Italy, Belgium and Palestine has been approved.
Beside the Erasmus+ actions, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has positively evaluated the project ASMeC – Attitudini degli Studenti in un Mediterraneo che Cambia (Student attitudes in a changing Mediterranean), coordinated by UNIMED and involving institutions from Italy, Lebanon and Morocco.
To conclude, the results of the first call of the Interreg Euro-MED programme, recently published, report that the project STC – Sustainable Tourism Community, in which UNIMED is a partner has been approved. The project, coordinated by the Barcelona Provincial Council (Spain), involves other partner institutions from Greece, Belgium, Albania and Croatia.
UNIMED is glad to continue its cooperation activity with the associated universities and partner institutions, also through these important recognitions.
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