SECOND NEWSLETTER OF THE H2020 ETHNA SYSTEM PROJECT

SECOND NEWSLETTER OF THE H2020 ETHNA SYSTEM PROJECT

The H2020 ETHNA System project, which aims to develop and implement an ethical governance system, has published its second newsletter on its website with the latest news about the project, the current context of the project, the challenges that the consortium faces, as well as the next steps that the project will carry out in the upcoming months.

To view the full newsletter, you can subscribe to the project newsletter on the ETHNA System project website and receive all the latest news about the project directly to your email.

START UP IS THE NEW EUROPEAN PROJECT ON SMART CITIES COORDINATED BY THE FUE-UJI

START UP IS THE NEW EUROPEAN PROJECT ON SMART CITIES COORDINATED BY THE FUE-UJI

The FUE-UJI has received the approval from the European Commission of the new Erasmus + project Start up for Development, which will focus on the concept of “smart cities” under the acronym START UP. The project, that will train experts in smart solutions to promote “smart cities” in small municipalities, has a consortium made up of 5 international partners coordinated by the FUE-UJI.

The European START UP project, financed under the Erasmus + program under the modality “Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education”, will be implemented for 28 months by the EuroFUE-UJI. During this time, a training program for adults on “smart cities” will be created and implemented, especially aimed at small municipalities in order to create the recognized smart cities in the countries that make up the consortium.


In addition to having the FUE-UJI as coordinator, the START UP consortium is made up of four more entities from different countries: the private training and tourism institution Kocatürk Danismanlik (Turkey), the ARID Association (Poland), the Regional Development Agency and business support center for small and medium-sized enterprises (Bulgaria) and the non-profit Society for Alternative Innovative Development (Greece).

With this consortium, the Start up for Development project bases its implementation on the premise that small municipalities are alien to the concept of smart cities, since they cannot afford to have experts in “smart cities” among their technicians. Therefore, the objective of the project is to prepare a course for trainers who will be able to give municipalities a clear and complete explanation of what smart cities would be, so that they can implement concrete actions aimed at turning these small municipalities into smart towns.