• October 3, 2023

Financial Literacy for Inclusion: Project Multiplier Event, on Financial Literacy Day. University of Málaga

Málaga, Spain – On October 2, 2023. Celebrating the multiplier event of the FLY Project, developed for the financial education of citizens, on Financial Literacy Day. FLY, a co-funded initiative by …

4th Transnational Project Meeting of the E4F Project Femmes Chefs d’entreprise à l’Export hors de l’EU in Malaga

On the 21st of September 2023, the Project E4F consortium joined the Closing Meeting of E4F in Malaga (Spain), a Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, …

Unlocking Digital Potential: the DREAM Project Successfully Concludes Mapping and Stocktaking of Digital Challenges and Opportunities for MSMEs

The DREAM project is thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of Work Package 2 (WP2) – “Mapping and stocktaking of digital entrepreneurship challenges for MSMEs”. This collaborative effort, involving partners from …

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 …

Consortium partner participated in the third transnational project meeting in Vienna

Data Science in Human & Social Sciences for Women Empowerment: Wrapping up the training courses and preparing the next steps on a career guide for data science opportunities On 17 July …

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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