The Final Conference of the Sustain EU Project
The Sustain EU project has reached its culmination, and on March 31, Efektas Group participated in the final conference held at the prestigious Villa Lubin, the headquarters of the Consiglio Nazionale dell’Economia e del Lavoro (CNEL) in Rome. This event marked a significant milestone for the project, which aimed to address the digital and green challenges faced by the next generation. Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme The project brought together the expertise of Centro Studi Internazionali, garagErasmus Foundation, and Efektas Group.
One of the highlights of the Sustain EU project was the presentation of the policy paper titled “Embracing the Digital and Green Challenge of the Next Generations.” This insightful paper by Emanuele Errichiello, Stefania Calciati, and Giuliano Formisano of the Centro Studi Internazionali is now available online for wider distribution. The policy paper serves as a comprehensive and thought-provoking culmination of the project’s fruitful trainings and discussions on digital and green societies with young people and local businesses.
Collaborative Efforts and Expertise
The success of the Sustain EU project can be attributed to the collaborative efforts and expertise of the project partners. Centro Studi Internazionali, an esteemed research institution, brought their deep understanding of international studies to the table. The garagErasmus Foundation, known for their commitment to fostering mobility and intercultural experiences, provided valuable insights and engagement with the youth. Additionally, the Efektas Group, renowned for their expertise in sustainability and environmental initiatives, contributed their knowledge to the project. The combined efforts of these organizations enabled a well-rounded approach towards addressing the digital and green challenges faced by the next generation.
Funding Support from Erasmus+
The Sustain EU project was made possible through the co-funding received from the Erasmus+ programme. The project’s implementation was successful, thanks in large part to the financial support this programme provided. Erasmus+, known for its commitment to promoting mobility, education, and youth development, recognized the significance of the Sustain EU project in addressing the pressing issues of the digital and green transition. Their support demonstrates a shared vision and commitment to empowering young people and promoting sustainable practices.
Impact and Legacy
Throughout its duration, the Sustain EU project has left a lasting impact on the participants and the communities involved. By fostering trainings and discussions on digital and green societies, the project has empowered young people with knowledge and skills to navigate these challenges effectively. The collaboration with local businesses has opened up opportunities for sustainable practices and innovations. The policy paper will serve as a valuable resource for policymakers, educators, and stakeholders involved in shaping the future of digital and green societies.
The Success of the Sustain EU Project: A Model for Collaboration and Innovation
The Sustain EU project has successfully concluded, leaving a significant mark on the journey towards a digital and green future. The final conference held at Villa Lubin was a testament to the dedication and collective efforts of Centro Studi Internazionali, garagErasmus Foundation, and Efektas Group. The policy paper “Embracing the Digital and Green Challenge of Next Generations” stands as a comprehensive document that encapsulates the project’s valuable insights and recommendations. Through the support of the Erasmus Plus programme, the project has fostered inclusion, encouraged collaboration, and empowered young people to embrace the challenges of the digital and green transition. The Sustain EU project serves as a shining example of how collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and dedicated efforts can create positive change. As we move forward, it is essential to build upon the accomplishments of this project, leveraging the policy paper’s recommendations and the experiences gained to drive further advancements in digitalization and sustainability. By continuing to foster partnerships between research institutions, foundations, and industry experts, we can collectively pave the way for a future where digital and green challenges are met with innovative solutions and a commitment to a more sustainable world. The Sustain EU project has set the stage for a generation that embraces both the digital realm and green practices, ensuring a brighter and more sustainable future for all.