During this bilateral meeting, the project partners will discuss the general overview of the Cultural transfusion project: progress, milestones, problem areas, and the partnership's added value. Further, the partners will discuss the initial phases toward the development of the expected Intellectual Outputs: preliminary introduction to deliverables; division of the tasks; methodology, schedule, milestones; responsibilities; and outcomes.
Co-funded with EEA & Norway grants financial support, Cultural transfusion project seeks to improve the quality of youth education and training by integrating new methodologies in teaching humanities subjects. It further, seeks to improve participation rates of adult learners in lifelong learning, including professional development of teachers and educators dealing with cultural education of young people as a means to promote equality and social cohesion in working with young people at risk of cultural exclusion.
The Cultural Transfusion project benefits from a grant of 63 452 Euro received from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA funds. The goal of the Cultural Transfusion project is to reduce economic and social inequality in Europe.