• December 9, 2023

The consortium joined the Closing Meeting of the WIDE project

On 15th November2023, the consortium joined the 4th and last Transnational Project Meeting of the WIDE project, which was held virtually. WIDE – Women Integration through Digital Entrepreneurship – is a …

WIDE – Test & Validation concluded and Guidelines for users available online

The WIDE Consortium has successfully piloted the four training modules and related resources developed during the first year of project’s implementation, to exhort and support women living in rural areas to …

E4F Project’s PR4 Phase: Public Policy Report and Guidelines for Uptaking

Bridging Gender Gaps and Boosting Global Competitiveness E4F, Femmes Chefs d’entreprise à l’Export hors de l’EU, is a Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, which brings …

OPSIZO Innovative corporate welfare model D&I in microenterprises

The aim of OPSIZO WP2, coordinated by the University of Naples Federico II, is to develop the innovative corporate welfare model in micro-enterprises for diversity and inclusion in gender and sexual …

The transnational meeting in Helsinki and the development of the Vademecum for Slow Navigation

Partner organisations met in Helsinki to update each other on the progress of the project and prepare to launch the new Vademecum for Slow Navigation! On 23 October, the third transnational …

The fourth TPM of ASTRA was held in Palermo, the last but one before the last meeting – along with a learning, teaching, training activity – planned in Warsaw. It was attended by Internet WEb Solutions, represented by Maria Cristina Scarano, and Ad Meritum’s delegates, being hosted by Idrisi Cultura e Sviluppo ETS.

Many of the results and project activities were presented in Palermo less than a month ago, on the occasion of the great Multiplier Event held in Palermo, which was attended by numerous Sicilian educational institutions, NGOs, representatives of the Erasmus+ Italy Agency and rural Sicilian municipalities, which host the actual memory of the former local Sulphur mines.

However, ASTRA is still ongoing and, on the occasion of this partnership meeting, new activities have been planned: the completion of our storytelling through images and documentaries (https://www.astramining.eu/storytelling.php), the progress of publications including the Report on the state of European post-industrial and former mining sites and above all the Handbook, which will address the theme of the revitalization of former mines from an entrepreneurial, cultural and creative point of view. The last point, the LTTA and its content, which will involve the researchers and educators at work in ASTRA.