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The objective of this project is to provide and test samples of Schreiber's bats from multiple countries in Southern-Eastern Europe.

The DigLit project provides a means for ESL/EFL teachers to share and embed digital education to enhance awareness of social inequalities, diversity, and equality through the usage of young adult literature in combination with popular smart phones app.

The general objective of the project is the value-based development of youth participation within school frameworks and municipalities in the Carpathian Basin in response to the most justified problems of professionals working with young people: addressing and involving

The need for the development of more active learners who will apply in practice the idea of 'learning how to learn' and 'learn through life', has led to the development of this research project, through the development of metacognitive skills in students.

The main objective of the project is to foster the broader participation of V4 (Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) non-state development actors in European Union (EU) development funding programs.

The project “East European Literary Magazines 1945 – 2004: Testing the Boundaries and paving the way to democratization” (LITMAG) goal is to address the lack in documentation, analysis and public awareness of the role of European literary magazines, specifically the Eas

The aim of the project is to boost mobility and networking through the joint t

The main objective of the LEARN & EXCHANCE project is to plan, develop, deliver, validate and start using in the educational practice a novel set of MOOCs in the domain of digital transformation with a focus on the needs of information skills.

The PACIFY-D project will be working towards providing innovative training opportunities to young people and establishing Country Info Points as local learning centres for youth education, developing guidance on the organisation and support of the operation of such envi

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