WHAT WE DO
With 15 years of experience in designing and delivering European Union funded projects, we have contributed to innovations into formal and non formal education settings, especially in the areas of arts integration at multiple levels, of social inclusion enhancement and of free thinking.
Our cultural events span from concerts, festivals, conferences, exhibitions, meaningful rendezvous into nature, and other creative and/or more traditional ways of conveying cultural enjoyment and moments of peace, beauty, vision and community spirit.
2GEM is the acronym of Second Generation of European Migrants project, a KA204 Strategic Partnerships for adult education, within the Erasmus+ programme.
The main goal of the 2GEM project is to equip second-generation migrants with skills, competences, and knowledge necessary to act as intercultural workers within their community by building on their unique cultural assets.....
The goal of the project WHATtoDOif is to help newly-arrived foreigners, migrants and refugees to get oriented in the host-country economic, education, social and other systems, thus preventing their social exclusion or heavy dependency on their ethnic community....
MUSILIB is the project that develops the MultiLib E-Library with new languages and e-books, and with music soundtracks for each children’s story, played with traditional instruments of each culture featured in them.
Local musicians along with musicians of ethnic minority cultures play together and create original music pieces inspired to the stories.
The Manifesto of Inclusive Learning puts each citizen with his/her cultural heritage at the centre of continuous education and recognizes the diversity of education and training approaches as an opportunity to promote social change and build a Europe for all from grassroots.
ARTinLAN - A Global Virtual Village for Languages and Art - is a European project funded by the European fund Erasmus+. The partnership is composed by organisations from 6 countries: Denmark, Sweden, Poland, United Kingdom, Czech Republic and Turkey. The main goal of the project is to develop innovative educational tools linking language and art education, in order to promote the acquisition of foreign languages for school children.
The project Lingua+ goes straight into the heart of the urgent matter of immigrant integration in Europe. A basic knowledge of the host -country language is a crucial factor in determining integration success across Europe...
In recent years, the arts are being utilized in many areas of human needs, not just for entertainment. Their educational, therapeutical and unifying power is the foundation of many innovative initiatives....
Music4Rom is a project financed with the support of the European Commission that will promote Romani values to build intercultural bridges and educate children in European citizenship through music.
A new approach to education using the arts’, is a European Union funded education project that is designing innovative methodologies to add creativity in to schools through the arts, as a key component of every school subject.
The Digital Children’s Folksongs for Language and Cultural Learning project is a European Union project designed to motivate young language learners to engage with language learning through using Folk songs, and activities around the songs.
The European Children’s Travelling Language Library, is a European Union funded project.
It is targeted at motivating children that have recently started to learn a foreign language.
Migrants have less control over their health particularly because they lack the skills to easily access information on the healthcare. The MEDICE project help women, adult and language educators, health practitioners, social workers and volunteers, across Europe, with tools that enable them to tackle healthcare literacy for migrant women. Furthermore, the project train migrant women to become mentors to empower other women to manage their and their children’s health in the host country.
The Art4ROM project aims at fostering intercultural dialoque, mutual understanding and social inclusion amoung children both Roma and non-Roma by using an innovative educative methodology ....
Courses and Seminars
STAFF and ASSOCIATES
Teresa Dello Monaco
Pianist, Writer, Educator
Francesco Di Luisi
Dr Emine Çakır
Faculty of Oriental Institute
Dr Evangelos Himonides
Department of Culture
Communication and Media
UCL Institute of education
Singer and flute player
South Europe Youth Forum -
Pro Xpert Association -
Ramnicu Valcea, Romania
PROJEKTkompetenz.eu OG -
Kulturring in Berlin -
Art & Heritage Association - Bucharest, Romania
Kindersite Ltd -
London - England
Swansea University -
Siauliai University -
Cukurova University -
Warwick University -
University College London -
Ca' Foscari University of Venice - Venice, Italy
Technical University of Crete - Chania, Greece
University of Madeira -
Universidad de Valladolid - Valladolid, Spain
Lycée Technologique C. A. Coulomb - Angoulême, France
Language School PELIKÁN -
Brno, Czech Republic
Sastamala Community College - Vammala, Finland
School Inspectorate of Prahova County - Prahova, Romania
Liceul de Artă Dinu Lipatti -
Balkan Society for Pedagogy and Education -
EUC Syd -
Ljudska Univerza Ajdovščina - Ajdovščina, Slovenia
Sacred Heart RC Primary School Islington -
Ayuntamiento de Aranjuez -
Mikołów County -
Perugia Municipality -
Yehudi Menuhin Foundation - Brussels, Belgium
Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi - Collodi, Italy
THE MOSAIC ART SOUND
Scottish Mutual House 27-29 North St Hornchurch RM11 1RS UK
Tel: +44 20 3529 4171