The Knowledge Exchange project aims to increase the competences of professionals coming from institutions from the Lublin region working with young adults who are at risk of social exclusion, as well as families experiencing difficulties providing care and education.
COMCY participates in the Erasmus+ project SenQuality that deals with the ageing society and targets at middle-aged people in order to make them aware of the necessity of getting prepared for later life, to motivate and support them to take concrete steps.
COMCY participates in the Erasmus + project School Adapt which proposes to develop, test and implement a comprehensive system supporting the adaptability of school-age children (6-14 years old) in a new school environment with the collaborative participation of schools, experts and parents.
COMCY participates in the Erasmus+ project Co-education in Green that aims to promote environmental community education through project-based learning, led by adult educators but counting on the participation of learners, including those with special needs, and the local education community.
COMCY participates in the Erasmus+ project TuDOrs that aims to improve the knowledge and skills of teachers/trainers of foreign languages (FL) in teaching people with learning disabilities (LD). The project focuses on the deficient knowledge of learning disabilities, and on the promotion of a common framework, suitable teaching methods and available tools for teaching foreign languages to people with LD.
The E-learning platform for up-skilling in fund-raising practice, financial digital literacy in NGO management- e-PATTERNS project aims to up-re-skill adult SNGOs practitioners (30+ years old) on supporting their work in fund-raising and development of ICT skills through new technologies.
The "inclEUsion - Promoting social inclusion of immigrants with disabilities in Europe through improving competences of adult educators" project aims is to tackle multiple discrimination faced by immigrants with disabilities in Europe and combat it through development of new approaches and tools to support educators working with immigrants with disabilities.