Carina Dantas participated in the event Opportunities in Adult’s Education 

On January 12th, Carina Dantas, SHINE’s CEO, went to Marinha Grande to share her experience as project coordinator in the Erasmus+ event Opportunities in Adult’s Education, promoted by the Portuguese National Agency. 

Carina shared with the participants the experience of SHINE 2Europe since the first Erasmus+ application till now, with 13 Erasmus+ projects approved, and especially SHINE’s role as coordinator in STEP_UP and Priority45

Thi event also allowed to learn more about new calls and application groups in the thematic sessions for adults education. 
Beside the projects coordinated by SHINE, it was also possible to discuss a bit about other projects like: 

  • SDD ( in which we are taking the last steps to finalise the game, but for now, you can learn more about hate speech in the compendium. 
  • SAA ( while we prepare the training material and the game about ageism, you can read the compendium with testimonies and coping strategies 
  • Culture on Prescription ( : if you are interested in social interventions, you can learn more about Cultural and Social Prescription while we are implementing the pilot courses at the partners countries. 
  • GreenerAge ( ): where you will find information, ideas and pratical tools to climate and environematl protection.  
  • TRIO ( ): we are preparing learning tools and a digital platform to improve health, digital and data literacy. 
  • SAVE ( ): if you want to expand and develop digital competences by using IT tools and using them to create specific work products such as photos, texts, videos.    
  • YoungCare: where we want to promoto strategies for relieving the situation of informal caregivers and the younger people in need of their care. 
  • DigitalScouts: with which we want to promote health and digital participation, training people to support older adults in using digital tools. 
  • AFECO: where you will learn to better analyse and use affordable age and eco-friendly principles in home and in the community.