FINE! 2018

The overall objective of the FINE! 2018 Project is to contribute to achieve the goals of EU food safety policy, securing children (especially of age between 0-3 years) the proper, healthy nutrition indispensable for their development.

PROGRAM: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for school education

CODE: 2018-1-HU01-KA201-047760

BUDGET: 134.565 €

FAIRY TALES 2019

The aim of this project is to build an inclusive approach for formal and informal education, based on tale through a specific tool (Playing cards “Fairy Tales”).

PROGRAM: Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for youth

CODE: 2018-2-IT03-KA205-014431

BUDGET: 121,222.00 €

AMTCC 2018

AMTCC – Work-based learning of EU Key Competences
The main goal of the AMTCC project is to improve and spread throughout the EU useful workplace training practices, which aim to help socially excluded people to learn the skills required to find a job.

PROGRAM: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for adult education

CODE: 2018-1-FR01-KA204-048166

BUDGET: 127.575 €

I.ECEC 2018

The overall objective of I.ECEC 2018 is to contribute to improve Social Inclusion of disadvantaged children, mostly of different ethnic origins such as migrants and Roma, guaranteeing equal opportunity at the school entrance, developing the necessary skills to achieve good learning outcomes and reducing early leaving from education and training (ESL).

PROGRAM: Strategic Partnerships for school education

CODE: 2018-1-HU01-KA201-047763

BUDGET: 394.070 €

SEE 2019

The objective of this project was to map social enterprises and organizations working for the empowerment and social inclusion of women, for their work inclusion, for the integration of disadvantaged people into the labor market and for the general development of the social enterprise in Hungary.
SEE – Social Economy and Social Entrepreneurship for inclusion of disadvantaged women in the labor market.

PROGRAM: Human Rights Fund 2019 Democracy Fund 2019 – Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

CODE: BDP-MR-2019-04

BUDGET: 13.122 €

ED.IT 2018

The project focused on the Multicultural Education of Children aged between 0 and 3- The main objective of this project was to modernize and improve the professional training of young children’s educator’s quality in the perspective of multiculturalism and inclusion.

PROGRAM: Erasmus+

CODE: 2018-1-HU01-KA102-047362

BUDGET: 64.594 €

THE AUTONOMY PATHS

The Central European Initiative (CEI) is a regional intergovernmental forum committed to supporting European integration through cooperation between and among its Member States and with the European Union (EU) and international organisations. The following publication offers a useful stimulus to whoever works in the field of social inclusion and further strategies for the Europe 2020 on inclusion and active development. It contains an explanation of Social Inclusion in Europe, an analysis of the inclusion of the disadvantaged in the workplace and it ends with a collection of best practices carried out by each partner.

EDUCHILD 2017

EDUCHILD – Education in Multicultural Context for Early Childhood was an Erasmus+ transnational mobility project for students and staff in vocational education and training. The project focused on the Multicultural Education of Children aged 0-3 (ECEC – Early Child Education and Care). The project coordinator was Galileo Progetti Nonprofit Ltd.

PROGRAM: Erasmus+

CODE: 2017-1-HU01-KA102-035581

BUDGET: 53,410 €

THE AUTONOMY PATHS 2017

The CEI strategic objectives are support CEI Member States on their path towards European integration; promote the alignment of CEI Member States to EU standards; implement small and medium-sized projects.

PROGRAM: CEI – Central European Initiative

CODE: 1202.023-17

BUDGET: 29.941 €

PRESS

The PRESS project contributes to the achievement of the objectives set by Europe 2020 in education, employment, and social inclusion, and in Hungary to the implementation of the National Social Inclusion Strategy: extreme poverty, child poverty, Roma (2011-2020). The publication is composed as follows: in the beginning there is an analysis of the context, it follows a description of the project and the related partners, then there is a focus on the disadvantaged groups and what are the strategies of the European Union for them. Finally, it spotlights the Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISE) and the different national contexts.