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At the end of May, we had a chance to receive young ambassadors from the Deal4EU project, coming from Spain, Italy, Montenegro, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Slovenia.The two-day programme began with Anne Graswinckel giving an ideation workshop, and the participants learning about what they can do, on an individual level, to help make Europe more sustainable. […]
Within the Island Schools project, there are 4 weeks incorporated, where students from one island school, after working for 6 weeks on the SDG-related challenges, visit the other school to strengthen their relationship with each other. That is what happened this May, when the pupils from De Jutter, travelled to Iceland to meet their matched […]
Did you know that our PoVe Water website has numerous available courses on the Online Platform of Vocational Education? Here you can learn more about “Understanding Water Quality”, “Water Distribution Networks” or “Sustainable Water Management” Check out the website
Something a little bit different in the Learning Hub Friesland repertoire: Recently we have finished developing a serious game that is designed to prevent bullying from the point of view of both the bully, the bullied, and the bystanders. It was a long process with many people (including our amazing interns!) participating in the creation. […]
On Monday 7 February, students from Friesland College will embark on a journey of discovery in the Fries Museum. In the context of Connecting Stories – Connecting People (CS-CP), the students will work on storytelling and heritage.The program allows students to strengthen their language skills in a natural, non-formal, and fun way of learning. The […]
The partners have met for the first time since the project has started one year ago (!). However, that only heightened our excitement to meet each other. To see each other mask-to-mask was very productive – the partners discussed all of the project’s achievements for the last year, and agreed on further steps. However, the […]
The article published by Leeuwarder Courant (local newspaper) tells about recent activity in the Cook it Forward project when students of the project visited Terschelling in order to learn (and apply!) climate-friendly cooking! Does that sound interesting to you? Then you can visit www.cookitforwad.eu Or read the full article here: https://lnkd.in/dszkW5aZ Of course, such success […]
An exciting throw back from the “Simmerskoalle Flaaks 2021” event we participated on July 14th, 2021!
A handy publication for possible funding opportunities for the cultural, artistic and creative projects in Europe over the next 7 years.
European organisations join forces to inspire young unmotivated people by learning and experimenting in Makerspaces.