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Erasmus + 'e-Skills 4 e-Inclusion'

This project is an Erasmus + Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership between Northern Ireland, Spain, Bulgaria, Romania and Italy.  The partners are experienced Transnational project promoters, using their skills of working with disadvantaged communities to improve lives through developing innovative programmes which can be implemented internationally.  E-Skills for E-Inclusion will develop an online and face to face training programme, with multiple modules, to improve the accessiblitiy of the internet and digital platforms for people who are considered socially excluded.  The bespoke programme will link learners across the partnership and develop the organisations which are led by Kilcooley Women’s Centre in Bangor.  The members of the partnership are ACDC Suceava (Romania), Global Libraries Sofia (Bulgaria), Association Libraries, Bucharest (Romania), Esplai Barcelona (Spain) and Florence/Rome (Italy).  The project will be delivered from September 2016 – August 2019.  


Steering Committee (1) Kilcooley Women’s Centre, Bangor Northern Ireland  

Steering Committee (2) ACDC, Suceava, Romania

Steering Committee (3) ARCI, Florence, Italy  

Steering Committee (4) GLB, Sofia, Bulgaria 17-18 April 2018

Steering Committee (5)  

Train the Trainer, Bangor Northern Ireland  4-8 June 2018 

Project Disemmination – EU Wide, Local Training & Evaluation

Steering Committee (6) Project Closure, Disemmination & Evaluation  

Erasmus+ is the European Union’s (EU) programme for education, training, youth and sport, with the EU committing £12 billion to the programme between 2014 and 2020. In the UK, the programme is managed by the Erasmus+ UK National Agency, a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK.


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The project is funded under Key Action 2 of the programme, Adult Education, Strategic Partnerships