With such a wide range of projects and activities, there’s always something going on. Keep up with our work below.
Little is known about the realities of ‘Gig work’ and there is a growing need to reflect on how society deals with these changes in a manner that protects and educates vulnerable young people.
The Story Valley project uses oral history as a driver for improving literacy skills, preserving cultural heritage and enrich it with the oral history and heritage of other cultures.
The project aims to empower vocational students and teachers to design new products and solutions to boost the social inclusion of those with special needs.
The project wants to provide young people more opportunities in a safer cyber environment by teaching them ethical hacking.
Pilot PoVE Water is a transnational project that draws on existing and emerging vocational competences and skills needs in the water sector.
MCM is a participatory adult education initiative to upskill and empower representatives of migrant communities to become agents for advancement in migrant integration and social inclusion as Migrant Community Mediators.
The project has a purposeful Recruitment Of Gamers, Rascals And Makers in Makerspaces. Motivating young people who are no longer motivated for school to learn and experiment.
The project hopes to help newcomers and those with difficulty to find a job in Friesland or start their own business.
HaLL combines physical education with other school subjects in secondary schools, using the latest digital tools.
Is the Gig economy a liberating new form of self-employment or a new form of exploitation?
Digital Tutors aims to help schools upskill their teachers to well-equipped online tutors in order to cope with the increasing needs of digital studies
This project will help increasing the ability of educators who are working with low-skilled, low- qualified adults to use digital learning strategies and tools.