ACTA VISTA IS LOOKING FOR EUROPEAN PARTNERS – CALL FOR PROPOSALS, ERASMUS + 2021, ACTION 2: Strategic partnerships for vocational education and training
You are an actor in the renovation of historical heritage and wish to commit to an inclusive and supportive project? Join us now!
ACTA VISTA is currently looking for European partners to carry out a project that aims to foster the alliance of labour market inclusion and heritage safeguarding in Europe. ACTA VISTA wants to respond to an Erasmus+ Call for Proposals, which will be published in early spring. The association aims to receive Erasmus+ funds, in the framework of Strategic partnerships for Vocational Education and Training action and needs European partners to implement its project.
We are actually looking for partners such as:
- Three counterpart structures in other European countries which are already working on the combination of heritage and inclusion.
- One pedagogical partner.
- One cross-functional partner.
- One research center.
- One partner in charge of gathering the consortium.
ACTA VISTA in brief:
ACTA VISTA is an association specialized in professional integration and training through the preservation of endangered historical heritage sites. The association was founded in Marseille in 2002 and it supports more than 500 job seekers every year, by training them to preserve and restore historic monuments. In this way, people experiencing difficult circumstances regain confidence and set the stage for their social and professional inclusion.
What we expect to achieve:
ACTA VISTA estimates that the link between professional inclusion and the heritage sector is too little exploited in Europe. For this reason, ACTA VISTA would like to develop solutions to promote the alliance between heritage restoration and social and professional inclusion through training at the European level. We aim to foster the alliance of labour market inclusion and heritage safeguarding in Europe.
Objectives of the project
- Fostering active inclusion through heritage in Europe;
- Fostering heritage safeguarding through active inclusion;
- Fostering environmentally friendly practices in heritage restoration.
Beneficiaries of the project and its main phases
The target audiences of our project are all the people and structures that work at the intersection of heritage and inclusion sectors: educators, socio-economic support workers, site managers, etc.
This project would be carried out in four main phases: exchange good practices, use these best practices to design training modules, experiment the co-constructed training modules and disseminate these good practices to other European structures active in the renovation of heritage, in European political institutions, European lobbies etc.
If your structure could be interested in the project and would like to participate, please do not hesitate to contact:
Coline PELISSIER – European Development Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pâquerette DEMOTES-MAINARD – Head of Education & Culture projects email@example.com
Chloé GALLIEN – Director of European Projects firstname.lastname@example.org
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