• April 19, 2024

The ALL-IN consortium has successfully held its kick-off meeting

On 14 March, the ALL-IN consortium successfully held the kick-off meeting of the project, in which partners from Spain, Italy, Poland, Belgium and France participated. The meeting was led by IT …

Collection of 30 good ecological practices

The last 2 months have been a period when all EURECA Project partners have been preparingdescriptions of good practices of environmental activities in the Czech Republic, Italy, Poland,Portugal and Spain. Examples …

Official launch and first steps of the Eureca project.

A partner group from Poland, the Czech Republic, Spain, Portugal and Italy started the project ‘EURECA – European URban ECology Academy’ in the framework of the Erasmus+ adult education programme at …

CARE: The consortium joined the Closing Meeting of the CARE project

On February 2nd, 2024, the consortium joined the Closing Meeting of CARE, a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, which brings together seven partners from four countries (Spain, Italy, Portugal, Belgium). …

OFF LINE How to quit with Social Media

After two years of implementation, the OFFLINE How to quit with Social Media Erasmus+ project came to an official conclusion. Partners gathered together on 19 January, 2024 in Lecce (IT) to …

On October 26, 2022, our partner organization Fundacja Ad Meritum coordinated and promoted the multiplier event in Poland, which was planned from the beginning of our project journey. This event took place in the city of Bytom, Poland, a post-mining location that has been the focus of numerous studies, dissemination activities, storytelling, and testimonial collection, as evident in the various resources of IO3. Bytom is indeed one of the most relevant case studies in ASTRA, serving as a best practice example of post-mining revitalization that has been shared and promoted in other countries, particularly in Italy and Sicily.

The Polish multiplier event involved a significant number of participants, mainly young adults, educators, and cultural promoters. In particular, it also engaged the staff responsible for numerous cultural institutions active in this rich post-mining area, between Bytom and Rozbark, including the coordinator of artistic and educational projects at the Rozbark Theatre. More than 40 participants were reached, exceeding the originally targeted number set by Fundacja Ad Meritum during the drafting of the ASTRA proposal.

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