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Silver Age Silver Sage Initiative | Working On
As life expectancy in the EU increases people face lengthy periods of retirement, with proportionally less pension provision, unless they stay economically active for longer. Longer working lives raises key challenges for employers and for prospective older workers alike.
MENTOR: Career-mentoring for transition success to work life
Coordinated by VsI Socialiniu inovaciju centras (Lithuania) with partners from UK, Sweden, The Republic of Macedonia, Spain and Turkey, the MENTOR project aims to support adult educators by developing innovative Career-focused mentoring methodologies for fostering the inclusion and employability of disadvantaged adult learners (unemployed, low skilled, needing to change occupational field etc.)
No Alternative Facts
Tackling Intentional Misinformation in Digital Technologies through Critical Digital Literacy.
Young people today are growing up in a globalised world and are processing information from a wider variety of sources than ever before.
European companies are increasingly aware of their responsibilities towards society, the environment and climate. At the same time more and more employees want to show how, and why, they care about sustainability in our world.
The Time4Society (T4S) Europe project addresses both committed organisations and their staff - to become active in these fields and to participate in activities for communities and to give Time for Society.
The next 10 years are the decade for delivery for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A collection of 17 global objectives, the SDGs are designed as a roadmap to a peaceful, equitable and just society - a universal framework for more sustainable ways of living and operating.
Whilst governments around the world have the ultimate responsibility for delivering these goals, they can’t be achieved without the support of the business.
Intercultural Care in the Social and Healthcare Sector: I-CARE
Social Care and Health Care professionals play a fundamental role in the lives of a culturally diverse group of clients and patients. Communication and interaction between employees in this sector and the people they help is greatly influenced by their ability to deal with this cultural diversity.
Intercultural competences are an essential element of professional care in the Health and Social Care sector. However, vocational education and training for people working in this sector often do not fully address how to manage cultural diversity.