Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices: we want to develop, share and transfer best practices and innovative approaches in the fields of education, training and youth working with different participating countries. Here you can find the projects that we are doing. 

Digital Citizenship training course

Digital Citizenship

The project aims at promoting digital citizenship through youth work. Thus, we have chosen to develop innovative pedagogies and methods for teaching, learning and assessment that support trainers and learners to use digital technologies in creative, collaborative and efficient ways.


Entrepreneurship training course

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Getting out of the economic crisis caused by COVID-19 is the challenge that Europe must face in the immediate future, but perhaps a bigger challenge is to reverse the main negative trends that preceded the crisis. We aim to encourage entrepreneurship and unlock the growth potential of European young people, in particular the NEETs and economy.


Blue career guidance and mentoring

Blue Career Guidance

The “blue” economy represents roughly 5.4 million jobs and generates a gross added value of almost €500 billion a year. However, the digitalization will lead to replacing 83% of seaman’s work by computers in the upcoming years. Be-Blue aims to strengthen the intra and inter sector mobility of people in the blue economy.


Fake News training course

No Fake News

Propaganda, misinformation and Fake News have the potential to polarise public opinion, to promote violent extremism and hate speech. We give you the opportunity to increase your knowledge, gain new analytical skills and develop your critical thinking abilities to interpret, analyse and evaluate Fake News.


Training courses for adult educators

Support Elderly Needs

“Europe is getting old” (Demographic Aging Report, 2018). It is our stringent responsibility to value our seniors and create an enabling environment for them to learn and to express. It is urgent to take them out of this picture, where the human rights were limited and the seniors’ rights were limited even more than for other categories.


Professional English Skills for Employability

English Skills for Employability

Many young people can only afford to re-train by returning to live with their parents while they complete degrees in the hope of finding work. Meanwhile, many of the jobs on offer require real work-related skills, rather than solely academic knowledge. Candidates who can offer both tend to be more successful. Be the one!


Online Support for Youth at Risk

Online support for youth in risk

Despite its growing popularity, there is little information about the potential of the Internet to build a trusted community that helps reduce stigma, facilitates help-seeking and aids in the prevention of mental health difficulties for young people. Unsupervised online forums or chat rooms hold potential dangers which we seek to address.


Robotic Team as a Startup

ROBO Youth

A new strategic partnership to support innovative non-formal education for young people in the field of modern technologies: robotics, automation, electronic, programming and mechanics. Combining new technology and entrepreneurship will increase youth competitiveness on the labour market.


Adult education course

Adult Education

The participation rate of adults in the European Union in lifelong learning programs stands at 11.1%, with 0.2 percentage points above the level of the previous year. Romania is the last, with only 0.9% (Eurostat). Meanwhile, the EU target is having at least 15% adult participation in learning by 2020. Increasing fair access and participation in adult education is vital.


Digital Addiction Course

Tech addiction labyrinth

According to the European Parliament, daily use increases 90% among 15-24-year-olds. Find your way out the technological addiction labyrinth – TECHBYRINTH is a project aimed to raise awareness about the risk of technological and online addictions and to provide viable solutions related to digital competences for youth and youth workers.


Our Partners

Because sharing is caring, we believe that working with other organizations creates a better community. Our international partners help us spread our values and get new ones.

Romanian Partners

Colegiul National Militar A.I. Cuza Constanta logo
Liceul Tehnologic de Electronica si Telecomunicatii Constanta logo
Liceul Teoretic Carmen Silva Eforie Sud logo
Liceul Economic Virgil Madgearu Constanta logo
Liceul Tehnologic Gh. Miron Costin Constanta logo
Colegiul National Mircea Cel Batran Constanta logo
ASPES Dobrogea logo
Federatia Romana de Yachting logo
Asociatia Comandantilor de Nava din Romania logo
Academia Navala Mircea cel Batran Constanta logo
Blue Career Center Constanta logo
Asociatia Creative+ Constanta logo
Asociatia In Varietate Concordia Constanta logo
Universitatea Maritima Constanta logo
Voluntariat pentru Viata Romania logo

International Partners

ScambiEuropei Italy logo
Governorship of Istanbul Turkey logo
Association Councordia Sud-Est France logo
ADEL - Association for Development Education and Labour Slovakia logo
AKIRA Italia logo
Fundacja Z Robotem za Reke Poland logo
ProAtlantico - Associacao Juvenil Portugal logo
ERRCO - Esai en Roi Cultural Organisation of Macedonia-Trace Greece logo
Vedogiovane Italy logo
Fundacja Po Drugje Poland logo
SOPRO – Solidariedade e Promocao ONGD Portugal logo
Auberge de Jeuness France logo
Fundacja Edu4you Poland logo
EDUFONS - Centar Za Celozivotno Obrazovanje Serbia logo
Agapedia Germany logo
INBIE Fundacja Instytut Badan i Innowacji w Edukacji Poland logo
Athens Lifelong Learning Institute Greece logo
Lota's Box Croatia logo
JUBUK - Jugend Bildung und Kultur Ev Germany logo
EastPackers Netherlands logo
CEMEA Rhone-Alpes France Logo
Arbeitskreis Ostviertel e.V. - Burgerhaus Bennohaus Germany logo
SEAL Cyprus logo
SSF Solidaridad Sin Fronteras Spain logo
ERS Student Services Turkey logo
CMX Spain logo
CEMEA Rhone-Alpes France Logo