Running projects

  • ELMI project

    ELMI (Enhancing Labour Market Integration of elderly family carers through skills Improving) is a project that supports elderly family carers by offering them an on-line training course to help them developing their skills, better facing this challenging role and becoming professional carers. More information here.

  • GYMSEN project

    GYMSEN aims the maintenance of sensory capacities for the elderly with the consequences for the improvement of their wellness and quality of life. More information here.

  • PRINTSTEM project

    The project aims to develop, experiment and model solutions for use of 3D printers applied to the teaching of STEM subjects. More information here.

  • WINE project

    The idea of W.I.N.E. (Wine In Northeastern Europe: improving winegrowers’marketing skills in the field of wine tourism) is the result of previous cooperation of some of the project partners in the field of wine tourism. The project was created in order to help small and medium winegrowers from the Northwestern Europe to face the challenges that threaten the surveilance of their businesses. More information here.

  • Work locally develops globally - but green

    The project aims at promoting development of green skills of  Roma people and its partnership is a unique combination of local authorities, civil society and the private sector More information here.

  • Erasmus Work Placements 2014/2015

    EUDA gives the students from Prague universities the opportunities to go abroad as interns and the host organizations the opportunity to profit from the qualified work of a young person from abroad. The hosts organizations can be public or private entities placed in the EU, Iceland, Norway, Turkey and Macedonia and some other countries. More information here.

  • Internships for Youth 2

    This project offers students of the final grades of university or secondary school to gain working experience even during their studies. Placements for young job seekers (internships for young) seeks to address unemployment fresh graduates in the labor market. Working durations may be up to 300 hours (1-3 months).

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