RNE interviews the Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism Project Ecoblue Tourism, coordinated by FUE-UJI, is an Erasmus+ project that works to increase entrepreneurial opportunities in blue ecotourism in coastal countries, through an innovative training methodology to improve the entrepreneurial skills of long-term unemployed ypung people.
CIA is the acronym for ‘Civic Intergenerational Agents’, the new Erasmus+ Project approved by the European Commission and coordinated by FUE-UJI. This project that promotes intergenerational knowledge exchange has 6 international organisations in its consortium that will implement it during the next year and a half.
The European Project CIA is part of the Erasmus+ Programme, in particular in the ‘Strategic Partnerships in the Youth field’ action. During its implementations, the project will carry out a series of Local Intergenerational Civic Councils through which they improve the skills and employability of young people with fewer opportunities.
The Mentoring Programme of the Erasmus+ E-STEAM Project started on Monday 11th of November with a presentation between mentors and mentees at the IES Francesc Ribalta in Castellón. This program is part of the European project E-STEAM (2018-2020) for the promotion of STEM studies among young women. Its objective is to guide high school students in the choice of their professional career through tutoring by professional women in the STEM areas.
On the 2nd and 3rd of December FUE-UJI hosted the initial meeting between the partners of the European project Ecoblue Tourism. This project, financed by the European Commission under the strategic action “Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education”, aims the promotion of entrepreneurship in the ecotourism sector in coastal areas. Through an innovative and totally online training methodology, Ecoblue Tourism will encourage this type of entrepreneurship among long-term unemployed young people.
will host the First Transnational Meeting between the partners of the European
Project Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism, on entrepreneurship in blue ecotourism. This
first meeting will be held on the 2nd and 3rd of December at the Campus Universitari,
headquarters of the FUE-UJI, which hosts this first meeting as coordinator of
the Erasmus+ project.
FUE-UJI as coordinator, the consortium of this project is formed by seven
entities of different countries: University of Patras Panepistimio Patron
(Greece), Dorea Educational Institute WTF (Cyprus), Training 2000 psc (Italy),
Public Education Centre Kemer Mudurlugu (Turkey), Higher Education Center
Future Focus Ltd (Malta) and AEGARE (Spain). Representative of all them will
travel to Castellón to attend this meeting, which aims to mark the start of
this ambitious project.