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Latest projects in which we participated and projects in process:

Erasmus+ | 2019-2022
The Erasmus + EUFAST project aims to promote and facilitate to the newcomers, their social and cultural integration as well as their active participation, through their training in oral communication and skills to communicate with the new environment (active listening, body language, kindness, clarity, empathy, respect).
Metropolitan Area of Barcelona
Social & employment policies MAB
Metropolitan revitalization program of the labor market that provides technical and economic support to metropolitan municipalities to develop initiatives with the aim of facilitating employment and improving the professional skills of people, especially of those with more difficulties in entering the job market.
Sustainable Territory Litoral Besòs
The acronym in Catalan refers to "Territorial Specialization and Competitiveness Projects” and defines a series of projects led by local public entities to promote actions aimed at the economic transformation of the territory that have a strong innovation component and encourage the creation of occupation.
The SAVE project, which stands for Social Added Value of Employability, wants to create new methodological materials and tools to help teachers develop the skills of adults with low schooling through language training and cultural modules. This will be done by training the adults in "Soft Skills" such as active citizenship, inclusion or new technologies to help developing their personal growth.
Erasmus+ | 2017
The LEI project, focused on the reception, training and inclusion of young refugees, migrants and those who have left their training or education prematurely, has as its main goal to create a series of tools for those professionals who work with young people who fit in the aforementioned profiles.
Day Plot
The DayPlot project, an acronym for: "Diagnosis and Actions for Young People Looking for a Better Future", aims to create a series of tools to support professionals who work with young NEETs and thus work on those skills that are key in the development and lifelong learning of the individual.
Erasmus+ | 2017
Popul Art
The Populart project addresses the development of an educational experience for adults through non-formal education on issues of common problems and situations that occur in the community life of a municipality.
The MELODY project stands for “Methods for Learning Disorders in Youth” that addresses the problem of early school leaving and offers education professionals new methods and tools for approaching young people with learning disabilities.