Current European Projects 


Meath Partnership is currently working with over 60 organisations across Europe in 14 new and existing projects funded under the Erasmus+ (2014-2020) and by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Unio. The aim of these projects is to increase the learning opportunities and educational options for youth and adult learners in County Meath. Throughout 2017 and 2018, these projects will be completed and a series of innovative and new educational resources, that can be accessed and used free of charge, will be made available to service providers, trainers and youth and adult learners within the county.


For further information on any of our current EU-funded projects, please email Sarah at:


Below are details of the projects in which Meath Partnership is currently engaged:


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SYNERGY aims to improve the quality of training and education opportunities for SMEs, by establishing micro-social networks between SMEs and VET Providers.

Project Number: 2014-1-IE01-KA202-000355


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INTEGR8 - Harnessing the Potential of Migrant Women as Integration Experts


Immigration is not a new phenomenon for Europe and migrant communities have always made a major contribution to the economic development of the Union and to the cultural diversity which characterizes European society today. If EU Member States are to fully harness the potential of this cultural diversity the integration of migrant and host communities needs to be systemic. The aim of the project “Harnessing the potential of migrant women as integration experts”(INTEGR8) is to develop a bespoke accredited ‘Migrant Integration Expert’ curriculum that is specifically addressed to migrant women.


Project Number: HOME/2015/AMIF/AG/INTE/9101


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Combat Bullying


The central aim of the ComBuS is to increase the capacity and raise awareness in combating bullying in primary and post-primary schools , by providing them face-to-face, online and mobile methodologies, tools and activities..


Project Number: JUST/2014/RDAP/AG/BULL/7698




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EU-StORe aims to conceptualize and implement a European inventory of open learning resources; to analyze open learning best practices and open learning resources; and to create shared and common European standards and guidelines for open learning.


Project Number: 2014-1-RO01-KA202-002985



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The New-D project aims to develop a new approach to education for disadvantaged youth.  The project  partners believe that by developing and implementing a new didactical approach to second-chance education and school completion initiatives, not only will the quality of VET be improved across Europe, but there will be significant reductions in the numbers of young people dropping out of formal education.


Project Number: 2014-1-AT-01-KA202-000975




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INCUB Training


INCUB Training aims to create an e-learning platform which will house Open Educational Resource (OER) for budding and existing entrepreneurs. These will be used to improve training and professional capacities, notably in areas of strategic development, organizational management and internationalization.


Project Number: 2014-1-PT01-KA200-000944







The ECVET AGENT project recognises the potential of entrepreneurship to offer sustainable employment opportunities for Roma jobseekers across Europe. By developing a new and practical VET curriculum in the area of agriculture, EVCET AGENT will build upon the existing skills and strengths of this target group offering pathways towards the creation of new micro-enterprises.


Project Number: 2014-1-AT01-KA202-000978



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The aim of the CRE8IVE project is to support innovation in education for youth-at-risk by supporting the CPD of youth workers and education staff working in this area.  To achieve this, the CRE8IVE project team will develop and implement a suite of accredited Train-the-Trainer materials that introduce youth workers and educators to the use of digital media, storytelling, drama and music for the development of key competences.

Project Number: 2015–2–RO01–KA205-015354







The ATTRACT-VET project aims to develop a new, innovative and multidisciplinary approach in order to empower VET providers across Europe to use the existing European transparency tools.  It is envisaged that by the end of this project, European VET providers and tutors will be better equipped and informed to use these transparency tools for qualification (EQF), for attributing credits to VET learners (ECVET) and for quality assurance standards in the provision of VET (EQAVET). 


Project Number: 2015-1-SE01-KA202-012256

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The ECVET goes Business project aims to develop an approach to make ECVET and other European transparency instruments more relevant to the needs of HR managers and to encourage the integration of these tools in common HR processes and practices in local companies in each partner country.


Project Number: 2015-1-AT01-KA202-004976




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Innovation Ecosystems for VET


This project aims to simultaneously improve the contribution of VET to innovation in Member States while increasing the incidence of innovation in VET. The objective of the project is to define and pilot an innovation ecosystem for VET based on an agreed set of common elements and principles that can be applied as a framework for innovation in Member States. The function of this ecosystem should be to support the identification, testing, development and assessment of new innovative approaches in the VET sphere which have mainstreaming potential.


Project Number: 562126-EPP-1-2015-1-IE-EPPKA3-PI-FORWARD




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Youth Counselling Against Radicalisation


The 'YCARE' project proposes a holistic approach to help professionals who work directly with young people (from 12 to 21 years) to identify signs of a possible radicalisation and thus be able to implement different prevention measures to avoid violent extremist behaviour.

Project Number: 2015-1-NL01-KA202-008861



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ReEntry - Supports for Refugee Entrepreneurs to Create Normality in a Difficult Surrounding


The aim of this project is to undertake research to identify suitable best practice examples from across Europe that will help to support migrants into self-employment. When identifyind and reviewed, these best practices will be presented through an online observatory where they cam be accessed and used by adult education and VET staff working directly with migrants.


Project No.: 2016-1-IE01-KA202-016863






BRAMIR - Beyond Retirement - A Migrants Integration Resource


The BRAMIR Project proposes a mutually beneficial arrangement affording the seniors target group an opportunity to remain active contributors to society while addressing the growing migrant integration problem.  The BRAMIR project addresses two certainties for all EU Member States, namely; the ageing of the population and an increasing dependence on immigration as a potential talent pool to sustain the civic, social, political and economic fabric of the EU. While there is considerable variance with regard the speed and immediacy of these changes within and between Member States, they are coming and will impact all countries in the not too distant future.  Therefore, the project proposes the development and implementation of a multi-layered andragogic framework designed for a seniors target group comprising older workers approaching retirement and recent retirees to support them to become migrant integration resources to newly arrived migrants.


Project Number: 2016-1-DE02-KA204-003275






COMMIX - Empowering Literacy in Adolescents through Creative Engagement with Comics


This project aims to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods and develop basic and transversal skills by using innovative methods in order to provide innovative pedagogical methods, best practice guidelines, and implementation strategies towards scalable, systemic and sustainable use of ICT and comics for student engagement.  In addition, the project aims to convince all stakeholders that innovative use of ICT-based educational practices and interactive comics can play a significant role in promoting student engagement, and reading skills; especially in the case of disengaged and/or marginalized learners and to inspire, guide, and facilitate the creation of comics reading and creation cultures and communities among pre-teens and teenagers through the use of Web 2.0 technologies and other forms of digital/social reading, digital storytelling, and “book-talking.” Overall, with the resources to be developed as part of the project aim to describe, implement and disseminate multiple ways in which technology and comics can engage adolescents with math, science, and literacies, and digital story telling.


Project Number: 2016-1-BG01-KA201-023657



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ACUMEN - Career Management Skills - A New 'Literacy'​ for Sustainable Employment


This project aims to revolutionise career guidance for adults.  The ACUMEN project team are of the opinion that traditional career guidance which is often targeted at school-students in classrooms is not fit-for-purpose for application to adult learners who are already active or have been active in the labour market.  As such the team aims to provide a wide range of educational materials that are designed and developed with the latest digital technologies and platforms in mind and which promote 'career management' as a new literacy for adults, rather than relying on the practices of career guidance.


Project Number: 2016-1-UK01-KA204-024334





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SHADOWS - Supporting Graduate Entrepreneurship in the Creative Sector


The SHADOWS project has a number of key objectives but primarily the project is focused on increasing the labour market relevance of VET by providing bespoke pedagogic resources that will improve the attainment levels of high-level basic and transversal competences. The cultural and creative industry sector has been singled out for its growth potential as Europe recovers from the depths of the recent economic crisis. Developing bespoke curriculum resources that specifically address potential for graduate entrepreneurs in this important sector and supporting new entrepreneurs in a robust mentoring framework represents a significant connection between VET provision and micro-enterprise owners and an increased responsiveness within VET provision to market demands.


Project Number: 2016-1-PT01-KA202-022767




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GET-UP - Green Entrepreneurship Training - Underpinning Prosperity


GET-UP will develop the first bespoke green entrepreneurship curriculum in partner countries. In doing so, the project responds to the significant development potential within the sector and helps to ensure the relevance of VET provision to the evolving marketplace and the further strengthening of key entrepreneurial competences in VET curricula.


Project Number: 2016-1-DE02-KA202-003277



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Jobs for Work 4.0 - The Future of Employment


The overall objective of our project is to raise awareness about recent trends and developments in technology which may make jobs in certain sectors less secure in the future; such as the automation of practices in transportation, logistics, production and office administration which may lead to individuals employed in these sectors being susceptible to their jobs being automated in the future. The project aims to inform guidance professionals and individuals in vulnerable occupations about the challenges they will face, to help them to understand the pace at which automation and the “Internet of Things” will lead to changes and also to support them in identifying how entirely new job families will emerge while others will become obsolete.  This project also aims to support these professionals in planning suitable qualification pathways to address the demands of the current and future labour market.


Project Number: 2016-1-PT01-KA202-022790



These projects have been co-funded with support from the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme (2014-2020), the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme.

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