Attention: The call is already closed!
The new call for the successful school partnership project “aces – Academy of Central European Schools” was launched on 15 January 2015. Schools are kindly invited to participate in the international project competition together with (an) international partner school(s) from Central Europe! The call offers teachers and students the possibility, to meet colleagues from other countries, to share experiences, get to know innovative teaching methods and make new friends and contacts.
Target group: All school types with pupils aged 12-17 years can participate.
The following DR countries are involved: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic and Slovenia. The initiative is supported by the Ministries of Education from all participating countries.
Project competition: Solidarity
aces aims for a society in which people care about each other, not only themselves or their kin, a place where people see the responsibility they have for the wellbeing of all. As active solidarity is of upmost importance for social cohesion and a more sustainable world, the topic of the aces call 2015 is “Embracing solidarity: We care, dare and share!”
Submission deadline: 15 April 2015
The best project proposals will be awarded, and the winners are supported in carrying out the cross-border partnership projects and invited to international network meetings.The working language is English.
Further information, the guidelines, background material, the online-application for project submission as well as an online Partner Finder are available on the website .
Please do not hesitate to contact Interkulturelles Zentrum in case of whatever questions:
Ms Rebecca Zeilinger: email@example.com, Tel: +43 (0)1 5867544-43.
Aces is an initiative of ERSTE Foundation and is organised by Interkulturelles Zentrum (Vienna) in cooperation with VCELI DOM (Slovak Republic). The network aims at promoting the exchange and intercultural dialogue amongst young people and teachers in Central Europe.