Project Badges has taken the next step towards implementation of Badges in the heritage sector during the second transnational meeting in Cagliari Sardinia. During this meeting the project team
The REST team is offering six different face-to-face workshops for enterprises to assist the job integration of refugees. The workshops are offered in six European regions during summer and autumn 2018: Athens, Greece Kassel, Germany Palermo, Italy Roubaix, France Sofia, Bulgaria Wien, Austria If you do want to participate in one of the workshops please register to our REST community to receive further information.
Dear all, 2017 turned out as turbulent as expected. Politically, things have developed in rather weird directions: there is the Man with the Tin-Foil Hat in the White House who wants to make his country great again by reinventing the fossil coal economy. There is a British Government stumbling upon a completely unclear BREXIT pathway without having any clue where this should lead to. The Visegrad member states are afraid of refugees that they have never encountered before, and all…
Between 13th and 15th November 2017 training for staff of higher education institutions of partner countries was held at the University of Duisburg-Essen. The topics of the Transnational Train the Trainer Course included entrepreneurship, the REBUS entrepreneurship learning programme, validation of entrepreneurship competence, introduction to REBUS software, visit to “Innovationsfabrik”, Co-Working spaces and meetings with startups, REBUS entrepreneurship learning program and implementation of REBUS (for staff and students) in partner countries. Despite the very large group (~35 trainers) the training…
Jila from Indonesia states that there´s a need of collective and direct actions instead of giving likes on facebook. The increase of campaigns could stop the climate change most effective. And even though it is hard to replace fossil fuels because it is cheap there are perfect alternatives like geothermal systems. Also biomass is a great opportunity to change behaviour in espacially rural areas, where lot´s of fossil fuels is used. Interview by Angela Monica
How will the life in arid-areas be in the future? What about drinkable water, rising temperaturs and the increase of deceases? A technical expert from Jordan is wondering about the consequences of the climate change in his home country. Interview by Ginthushaann Indirakumar
Emine from Morocco is worrying about the future of the planat. As a mother she cares about what could happen to the next generation if climate change isn´t stopped. One very important action is to convince people to stop wasting resources – that means to consider the everyday use of food and engergy for instance. Interview bei Angela Monica.