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  • Successful completion of an international project VINA

    VINA stands for Validating Non formal and Informal Skills and it is a European co-founded project about skills validation in Adult Education. The consortium of the project, coordinated by an italian organization EURO – Research Centre, Promotion and EU Initiative together with other partners from the Czech Republic (European Development Agency), United Kingdom (European Learning […]


  • DESK – New Erasmus+ project starting

    Nowadays, in order to access a job, you must fulfill some requirements, such as having some skills regarding digital literacy. However, some figures show that almost half of EU citizens are digitally illiterate. Digital literacy is one of the basic skills to access to the labor market, but if there is a lack of it […]


  • Another Grow Your Raw training

    In May, ERA sent a Czech participant to another two-week training under the Grow Your Raw project, which took place in Bordeaux, France. The project is focused on the development of start-up businesses in the field of organic production and sustainable development. Mr. Daniel, whose company produces chilli peppers, has visited a number of French organic companies […]


  • 2nd meeting of 3D-Help project in Romania

    On 3rd and 4th May, the second transnational meeting of 3DP-Help Erasmus+ project took place in Iasi, Romania. All 5 partner organizations, coming from the Czech Republic, Malta, Romania, Lithuania and Croatia, encountered to discuss the results achieved. The main aim of the project is precisely concerned in developing training material to help Adult trainers to […]


  • Mobility of Polish high school students

    European Development Agency, s.r.o. arranged a study internship for students of secondary vocational school from Poland. The internship took place from the end of April till the beginning of May 2018 for a period of three weeks, which was mainly focused on practical training. This mobility was carried out within the "Eurostażysta", within the Operational […]


  • 2nd meeting of 3D-Help project coming soon

    The second transnational meeting of all partner organizations will take place from May 3rd – 4th, 2018 in Iasi, Romania. Representatives of all partner organizations from 5 different countries (Czech Republic, Romania, Croatia, Lithuania, Malta) will participate. The project started in November 2017 and during the first half of the year, the first two intellectual outputs […]


  • Creative Workshops for Both Old and Young

    A lot has been already said about CREA.T.Y.V. project. This time we would like to share that on Moday 23rd April EUDA successfully finished the last intergenerational workshop.  The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin prepared a perfect manual which we followed during the four workshops. Thanks to well-structured instructions the participants experienced an entertaining […]


  • ToT in Dublin

    At the beginning of February EUDA team composed of 3 mentors attended event “Train of Trainers” in Dublin. Cold but sunny weather in their free time didn´t stop them from sightseeing Dublin beauty such as Half Penny Bridge or legendary Temple Bar. Training lasted throughout the whole week and attenders from partner countries learned how […]


  • Happy International Volunteer Day

    The 5th of December is a very special day for Czech childern and their parents. Every Czech household is visited by St. Nicholas with his companions, angel and devil, who reward the well-behaved kids and punish the mis-behaved ones. However, there is something more about this day apart from the Czech custom. The 5th of […]


  • CREA.T.Y.V. in Prague

    During the days of Thursday and Friday, November 9-10th 2017, the EUDA team took part in the second Partners’ Meeting for CREA.T.Y.V. – Creative Drama for Training Young Volunteers in Intergenerational Learning Environments, in Prague, Czech Republic. The project, and the partners involved from Romania, Italy, Ireland and the Czech Republic, aims at fostering inclusive education […]