EU Projects Involved
YET has proudly participated in the following Projects
DIEM – Distributed Ledger Technology: Innovation & Ecosystem Management
Horizon – MSCA (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions) Doctoral Networks 2021 – DIEM is a Doctoral Network (Industrial Doctorates) that creates a platform for researchers to engage in the co-production of knowledge by investigating state-of-the-art challenges and societal implications of Blockchain technology across actors and industry boundaries. It has a significant potential for creating an impact on careers of PHDs, as transforming Europe into a society capable of building its competitiveness on digital technology requires developing a new generation of responsible researchers with the competency to understand how fundamental shifts in digital technology impact across businesses, industries and society.
CISCOFY – A Connective, Inclusive and Smart digital Competence- building Framework
Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in higher education – CISCOFY aims to reinforce and complement the digital skills of university lecturers, by enhancing their digital readiness, resilience, and competencies, in order to scale online education. It is built around three main pillars: digital transformation through the development of digital readiness, resilience, and capacity, skill development to foster inclusion and representation in digital education, and promoting and rewarding excellence in online education.
superYOUTH – Spot-on youth for a democratic, informed and more crisis- responsive EU society
Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in youth – superYOUTH focuses on training and engaging youth in debunking Disinformation, Misinformation, and Malinformation (DMM) in order to achieve a democratic, informed and more crisis-responsive EU society.
entreYOUTH – An Entrepreneurial Youth Worker Training Programme on Sustainable & Circular Urban Food Enterprising
Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in youth – entreYOUTH aims to develop a transnational non-formal education entrepreneurial youth worker training programme that will contain a digital education curriculum (on sustainable & circular urban food entrepreneurship) that youth workers can use to train youth. Also, a digital train the trainers toolkit enabling youth workers to improve the quality and effectiveness of their teaching. Moreover, entreYOUTH will create a digital open community food sharing platform that youth and society can utilise to serve alternative food networks while it can also provide an open market for social entrepreneurs.
DIYouth – Digital Youth Training on Creative & Cultural Digital Entrepreneurship
Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in youth – DIYouth aims to develop a transnational (non-formal education) youth and youth worker training programme containing a youth training toolkit on cultural and creative digital entrepreneurship (CCDE); moreover, a train the trainers toolkit enabling youth workers to improve the quality and effectiveness of their digital & entrepreneurial training capability; lastly a CCDE Digital Accelerator Platform helping youth put their ideas into the market in collaboration with investors, policy makers, customers and other creative & cultural actors.
DisinfoHacks is an innovative training program that aims to train communication and media stakeholders and influencers on how to identify and combat disinformation, one of the greatest challenges that modern societies are facing currently.
digiLEAP – Digitally Shifting EU’s Law & Legal Studies’ Content in Higher Education
Erasmus+ Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – digiLEAP aims to boost the digital readiness of university law departments and of the legal sector towards the digitally transformed environment (both online education and the professional environment) by making learning and digital skill development more effective.
Activate your strengths through art
Erasmus+ Learning Mobility of Individuals – The training course gathered 32 educators from Germany, Greece, Poland, Romania, Spain, Ukraine on a 7-day training course in Berlin, on how to design workshops and experience non-formal, creative methods for youth work.
SEA (Smart Cross-border Entrepreneurship Accelerator)
Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme – Project SEA (Smart Cross-border Entrepreneurship Accelerator) is an ambitious cross-border project pursuing tangible and sustainable results built around a comprehensive work program. The project’s main objective is to improve the regional business support system and empower the untapped entrepreneurial potential of the area.
EU-TeachPaaS – Pan-EU network of digital education passport centres in higher education
Erasmus+ Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – EU-TeachPaaS aims to develop a pan-EU network of 6 digital education certification centres in higher education that will provide training and certification for university lecturers, administrators and students, operating in online learning by specialising DigCompEdu competences and global innovations for local needs.
RRIstart – A Responsible Research & Innovation Model for Impact investment & Responsible Startups
Horizon RIA Research and Innovation action – RRIstart responds to the EU efforts to foster impact investment (investment that delivers social, environmental and economic benefits) by developing an innovative RRI-based model for startups, complemented by an RRI-based impact investment indicator list in a multi-stakeholder (beyond quadruple helix) context.
CoopSkills: Skills Empowerment for Cooperative Business Start-ups
Erasmus+ Learning Mobility of Individuals – Staff members of training institutions had the opportunity to carry out job shadowing experience in 4 countries, with the aim of strengthening their skills on the topic of business start-up. In particular they focused on ‘social entrepreneurship and the cooperative system, with particular attention to target audience belonging to disadvantaged groups, and the use of ICT in programs to support business start-up.
Media and Information Literacy Project LAB
Erasmus+ Youth in Action – The MIL Project Lab gathered participants from 25 countries (Iceland, Bulgaria, Greece, Lithuania, Poland, Estonia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Italy etc) and offered a platform for interaction between youth workers and media professionals.
DiFens – Digital Security for Young Entrepreneurs
Eramus+ Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – DiFens aims to help entrepreneurs utilize ICT Technologies, provide opportunities for young entrepreneurs and promote social entrepreneurship.