The Art project makes part of the international museum world and other cultural / religious institutions accessible to a Europe-wide target group: students aged 8 to 16 years. It is evident that no, or hardly any travel is now possible due to the COVID-19 virus, this has an effect on the mobility of everyone, including students and teachers. The ART VR (virtual reality) method opens up the museum world to students and teach them the ability to think critically and to form an opinion.
Research note that the increase of creative society determines the success of both the economic and social development of society. While creativity is one of the most important attributes in the modern world that helps build a successful society, in traditional education programs, the development of creativity is not given enough attention. The need for creativity in society and individuals is reflected in increasing life instability and crisis such as COVID-19, where a creative approach can help cope with the new demands of life.
Work opportunity for women in the Zlín Region to find an employment in higher wage field
Web-APP TENDER Tool that creates the match between the demand for labor and the supply of people with an occupational disability or who have a large distance from the labor market.
After a successful realisation of project Royal Chance awe are again preparing abroad internships for unemployed youth. Project offers a unique chance to aquire job experience abroad, to improve your English and raise your opportunities on the labour market. Eight weeks long internships will again take place in London.
Dyslexia is a lifelong condition and affects 1 in 10 persons in Europe. Most people reduce dyslexia to just a reading and writing difficulty. But dyslexia is a multi-faceted problem that effects not only literacy acquisition.
The OBJECTIVE of the project is to share good practice among partners in the establishment of sustainable and mutual beneficial relations between people with a labour disability and small and medium enterprises (SME’s).
The aim of this two-year project is to implement recommendations from gender audits in organizations that have already been a part of gender audit. The intention is to improve the use of gender equality among project partners, which are 5 small enterprises from the Zlín, South Moravian and Moravian-Silesian regions.
The project is another of a number of active employment policy initiatives. Within the two years of implementation, we will support almost 50 people from the Zlín Region who are disadvantaged in the labor market by the age of 55+ and have been in the register of the job office for more than 5 months.
The aim of the project is to show an attractive and effective way of teaching science. The project will create a model which will give opportunity for teaching science subjects ( physics, biology, chemistry, geology, enviromental and others like astrology) in an attractive and effective way.