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4RinEU will define robust, cost-effective, tailorable deep renovation technology packages supported by usable methodologies, feeding into reliable business models. The project will minimize failures in design and implementation, manage different stages of the deep renovation process, from the preliminary audit up to the end-of-life, and provide information on energy, comfort, users’ impact, and in ...
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This two-year project involves an international and inter-sector research and training network that focuses on the potential of makerspaces, which are specific spaces that enable creative design and the production of both digital and non-digital artefacts, to foster the digital literacy and creative skills of young children. A key aim of the project is to inform educational policy and practice in ...
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About 40% of the overall energy consumption in Europe is related to the building sector and represents about 1/3 of Europe’s CO2 emissions. The successful accomplishment of the emission reduction target by 2050, involves the need to increase the rate of retrofitting of the inefficient building stock up to 2.9%. In order to increase the renovation rate, more efficient renovation processes from desi ...
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... roject will develop innovative procurement plans to help the participating cities achieve their goals of zero emission urban delivery of goods and services.The core cities in the project - Rotterdam, Oslo and Copenhagen - will first identify which goods and service procurement areas have the highest "transportation footprint" - i.e. the number of motorised vehicle trips to transport goods and peop ...
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Background By end of February 2016, Europe has experienced over 1.1 million refugees, displaced persons and other migrants escaping from serious threats in their country or in search of better lives. At the same time, there is a historical high level of NEETs in Europe; youth aged 15-29 and Not in Employment, Education or Training. Many migrants are young men competing for jobs in line with the al ...
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City Logistics in Living Laboratories (CITYLAB)

Start date: May 1, 2015, End date: Apr 30, 2018,

Goods, waste and service trips in urban areas impose negative traffic and environmental impacts, and there is a need for further roll-out of cost-effective and sustainable solutions. The CITYLAB objective is to develop knowledge and solutions that result in roll-out, up-scaling and further implementation of cost effective strategies, measures and tools for emission free city logistics in urban cen ...
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... d private water management organisations and end-users, technology providers (SMEs), supporting RTD experts and relevant public authorities to demonstrate this approach: Emscher (Germany), Hoffselva (Oslo area, Norway), Westland (The Netherlands), Athens (Greece) and Llobregat (Barcelona Area, Spain).
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FREVUE VALIDATING FREIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN URBAN EUROPE (FREVUE)

Start date: Mar 15, 2013, End date: Sep 14, 2017,

... ght movements in urban centres can offer significant and achievable decarbonisation of the European transport system. Demonstrators will be deployed in Amsterdam, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Rotterdam and Stockholm. The demonstrators have been designed to ensure FREVUE covers the breadth of urban freight applications which occur across Europe.By exposing 127 electric vehicles to the day t ...
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Buildings consume about 40% of total final energy in Europe, and those built before 1980 represent 95% of this energy consumption. The low renovation rate of building stock (1% per year) means that boosting energy efficient buildings’ retrofitting is the only way to reach EU’s “20-20-20” targets. The higher impact will be achieved through interventions in non-residential buildings, as their energy ...
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nearly Zero energy Neighborhoods (ZENN)

Start date: Mar 1, 2013, End date: Feb 28, 2017,

Large scale implementation of building renovation actions is affected by a number of barriers of diverse nature. The need for complex agreements, long returns of investment and the fact that often buildings with the worst performance belong to social low income groups unable to afford comprehensive renovation are amongst the main factors hindering the massive adoption of low or nearly zero energy ...
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Effective Mobility - Creating Tomorrows Working Life

Start date: Aug 1, 2014, End date: Jul 31, 2016,

Amiedu and the Ami Foundation have a long tradition of being a learning and developing organisation with a constant evolution path in accordance with changing customer needs. Our competence and excellence capability builds from a base of social responsibility. We have developed and provided services to support the unskilled and unemployed, provided qualification programmes and certificates and als ...
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YW-Youngsters in Urban Planning Participation

Start date: Aug 1, 2015, End date: Jun 30, 2016,

Cuenca, Ghent, Gothenburg, Ostrava, Utrecht and Oslo will participate in a three and a half day seminar. From all partners there will be following representatives: - Youth organisations with experience in community decision making. - City planners with extensive knowledge of involving youth. - Social- and Youth workers experienced in engaging youth in community decision making - City officials r ...
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Effective Youth Work in Rural vs Urban Areas

Start date: Aug 1, 2015, End date: Feb 29, 2016,

... op prevention methods regarding risk behavior among adolescents afterwards. The project involved 4 organizations working with adolescents from Estonia, island Hiiumaa, and 1 organization from Norway, Oslo. 19 participants (specialists working with youngsters) from these organizations attended study visit in Oslo and participated in preparatory and follow up activities. In addition, different exper ...
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Transitions to the Urban Water Services of Tomorrow (TRUST)

Start date: May 1, 2011, End date: Apr 30, 2015,

The European project initiative TRUST will produce knowledge and guidance to support TRansitions to Urban Water Services of Tomorrow, enabling communities to achieve sustainable, low-carbon water futures without compromising service quality. We deliver this ambition through close collaboration with problem owners in ten participating pilot city regions under changing and challenging conditions in ...
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PREPARED “ENABLING CHANGE” (PREPARED)

Start date: Feb 1, 2010, End date: Jan 31, 2014,

IPCC climate change scenarios have a global perspective and need to be scaled down to the local level, where decision makers have to balance risks and investment costs. Very high investments might be a waste of money and too little investment could result in unacceptable risk for the local community. PREPARED is industry driven, 12 city utilities are involved in the project and the RDT carried out ...
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Corridor of Innovation and Cooperation (COINCO) North (COINCO North)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Dec 30, 2011,

... petitive in a European and global setting.Corridor of Innovation and Cooperation (COINCO) North is a strategic development project, aimed at strengthening sustainable growth and development of the Oslo-Gothenburg-Malmo corridor. The main aim of the project was to promote sustainable economic growth by reducing travel time, create new arenas for business cooperation, stimulate closer academic coope ...
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Connect Baltic Sea Region (CBSR )

Start date: May 31, 2005, End date: Aug 30, 2005,

The overall objective of CBSR project was to stimulate creation of new firms and jobs in knowledge intensive sectors by linking entrepreneurs and innovators with R&D, service providers and venture capitalists. A short term goal was to establish Connect organisations or networks in all the countries participating in the project (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany) ...
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The project sets out to identify and establish a set of recognised work practices for employees who work in a variety of schemes with marginalised/at risk youth. These employees often lack formal recognition of their work experience, and, to this end, the project will outline 'good practice' in this area. The six project partners, representing five countries, will document and report upon their ow ...
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Responding to an identified need for a European network for prison arts education, the PAN European Network was established bringing together a wide range of active and associate partners from across Europe, each with a confirmed interest in the policies and practice of delivering arts education to adult offenders and ex-offenders. Building upon an initial analysis of national support for arts edu ...
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The traditional conceppts of treatment and explanation of mental illness are assessed as very limited by the users of the mental health system. Recent research has shown, that the participation of experienced users in research, training and delivery of services has a big influence on improved outcomes.An incresing number of universities training organisations and mental health services are employi ...
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The aim of the ADUQUA network is to create a broad European framework for developing the quality standards of integration training for adult migrants. The quality of integration training is a topical issue, as migration is on the increase and integration training varies among countries. Thus, there is a growing need for common quality standards and criteria. Furthermore, the current economic situa ...
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North European Innovation Camp

Start date: Feb 1, 2012,

North European Innovation Camp, a six day long transnational youth seminar, takes place mid April 2012 in Gentofte, Denmark . 40 youth, four boys and four girls (15-17 years of age) from from Sweden, Norway, Germany, Poland and Denmark will through structured dialogues and activities prepare for the core of the seminar, a 48 hour non-stop Innovation Camp. Through out the seminar the youth will be ...
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A growing number of professionals work as mentors (or coaches) with people classifiedas having serious difficulties entering the labour market.The project aims to:- Increase knowledge of this mentor function, in its different manifestations acrossdifferent European countries.- Use innovative tools and methods to help mentors to become more professional.The following results and products are expect ...
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