Project Results

Leading Organization: ADR Comarca de Lugo
Expected output:

An audiovisual toolkit which forms a set of 12 interactive infographic resources, addressing 3 core areas that partners believe are critical to raise awareness about the European institutions policies. These 3 areas are:

1) Recognize information: Be able to understand in a more simple and direct, with a language adapted to any type of learning, the main European policies regarding employment, education, agriculture, fishing and rural areas.

2) Raise awareness: Sensitise and mobilise citizens so that they actively participate in the democratic decision-making process decisions, contributing proposals and fueling the debate in the activities that we will carry out and in which we will invite politicians as well as managers of European networks such as Europe Direct, Eurodesk and Eures. 

3) Act: Offer the means to be able to aspire to achieve these funds as well as participate in the activities of the Conference on the future of Europe as well as the EU Youth Strategy. 

A total of 4 infographics will be created for each area.

We want to launch a clear and concise message, where we encourage people to act and gather the forces to be able to avoid the decline of the rural areas.

Final Results:
Visual infographics for EU-Funded Programs:
Also check out the interactive versions of the infographics

Training Toolkits for better understanding of European Programs
Expected output:

A training programme offered in both online and face-to-face formats, with a PDF manual. It is designed to provide participants with key competencies for both work and daily life.

EU-Funded Projects Infographic Magazine

Final Results:
Leading Organization: UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
Expected output:

A program of high-impact training and tools for individuals at risk of exclusion in rural areas, particularly young people outside the educational system and unemployed women. The training program will develop key basic competencies such as mathematics, digital and entrepreneurial skills, communication, and learning to learn. Technical competencies in sectors of interest such as sustainable agriculture, tourism, alternative leisure, and well-being will also be offered. The primary goal is to create stable and quality employment in rural areas by improving business models, guiding them to the market, and implementing activities adapted to each context.

To support the training program, an intelligent support tool in the form of an APP will be developed. The APP will enable entrepreneurs to identify economic activities with greater potential and available funds to accelerate the implementation of new business initiatives.

The training program will consist of 40 hours of training, delivered through 10 classes of 4 hours each. Participants can attend the training either in person at hubs or online, making it accessible to those living in remote areas or with mobility issues. The project will also establish partnerships with local organizations, companies, and public entities to disseminate the training program and APP, resulting in a wider impact at the regional level.

Final Results:
Training program in PDF