EDU-LAB New Danubian Governance in Labour market Relevance of Higher Education

EDU-LAB: CHANCES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

EDU-LAB is a project funded by the European Union aiming to improve the professional chances of young people in the Danube region.

The starting point for developing a new mindset is capacity development. EDU-LAB brings together partners from the higher education sector, business organizations, national public authorities and policy makers. This joint learning process will include further actors from civil society.

More than 20 partners from 10 countries will cooperate for 2,5 years to link education to employment in a sustainable way. A new governance model will be developed with the goal to create a binding commitment by the “Danubian Charter for young talents”.

New Danubian Governance in Labour market Relevance of Higher Education
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2528088,9
ERDF Contribution: 1670172,54
IPA Contribution: 478703
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Well-governed Danube region
Specific objective
Improve institutional capacities to tackle major societal challenges

Library

Filename Date of upload
New Danubian Governance Model 26-04-2018 15:58:08
EDU-LAB E-learning courses 09-02-2018 16:28:25
State of the art: exchange of good practices 02-06-2017 08:49:28
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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
European Foundation for Education Lead partner monika.burkard@e-f-e.eu GERMANY
Technical University of Sofia ERDF partner stefanov@tu-sofia.bg BULGARIA
Bulgarian Industrial Association ERDF partner branch@bia-bg.com BULGARIA
Municipality of Vratsa ERDF partner bojinova@vratza.bg BULGARIA
Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences ERDF partner albena_nakova.manolova@abv.bg BULGARIA
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Project News

  • EDU-LAB - EDU-LAB Workshop “Chances for Young People" , 18 April 2018, Zagreb
    - 24-05-2018
    EDU-LAB Workshop “Chances for Young People" , 18 April 2018,  Zagreb

    The Foundation Knowledge at Work and VERN' University of Applied Sciences organised a workshop entitled “Chances for Young People" on April 18th, 2018 at the University of VERN' in Zagreb, Croatia.   More than 50 people gathered to...

  • EDU-LAB - New Danubian Governance Model developed
    - 27-04-2018
    New Danubian Governance Model developed

    EDU-LAB partners, with extensive cooperation of stakeholders representing higher education, industry and policy makers, developed the New Danubian Governance Model in Labour Market relevance of Higher Education. The document addresses the...

  • EDU-LAB - Added value of transnational and intersectoral cooperation
    - 11-04-2018
    Added value of transnational and intersectoral cooperation

    Follow this link to watch the testimonial of representatives of the EDU-LAB partnership and their external partners regarding the added value of transnational and multisectoral cooperation involving relevant representatives of the higher...

  • EDU-LAB - Pilot Activities launched
    - 29-03-2018
    Pilot Activities launched

    EDU-LAB pilot activities enforcing the implementation of the New Danubian Governance Model (NDGM) have been launched with nine project partners in the three pilot countries – Bulgaria, Serbia and Slovakia. The implementation activities...

  • EDU-LAB - welcoming our 3rd IVY Volunteer
    - 21-02-2018
    welcoming our 3rd IVY Volunteer

    We are happy to welcome Mia Matkovic, our 3rd IVY Volunteer at the European Foundation for Education. She joined our team this week. Please find her statement below:  "Growing up with a mixed cultural background, I was naturally...

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