Presentation of Young_Adulllt as a "success case" within the framework of the Horizon 2020 of Young Society-2015 with participation of University of Granada
On Thursday, November 30, the project entitled "Policies Supporting Young People in their Life Course" was presented in Seville as a "success case".
"A Comparative Perspective of Lifelong Learning and Inclusion in Education and Work in Europe" (known by the acronym Young_Adulllt), in which the University of Granada participates as a member, by researchers Antonio Luzón and Miguel A. Pereyra of the Department of Education, was the case selected by the Andalusian Agency of Knowledge for "Information Day - HORIZON 2020" corresponding to Challenge 6 "Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies". In this event collaborated also the Knowledge Agency of the Ministry of Economy within the framework for the new 2018 of the Program for Research and Innovation (2014-2020).
The event was attended by Mª del Mar Mesas Ruíz, from the National Contact Point of the European Office of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness. (MINECO), and was coordinated by Daniel Escacena Ortega, Project Director of the Andalusian Agency of Knowledge and the participation of Maria Villa Alfageme. Director of the General Office of International Projects of the University of Seville which held the activity. This working day was attended by 83 researchers, representatives of Andalusian universities and companies and associations linked to this field of knowledge.
In the work session, the importance of participating in this type of European calls was emphasized in the field of social sciences in order to use and develop in Andalusia the important sources of existing help and collaboration mechanisms with an important level of funding and motivation for the transdisciplinar interactions of European universities and their researchers. The analysis of a "case of success", chosen by the Andalusian Agency of Knowledge among the projects currently approved by the European Union, such as the Young Adulllt project (whose general coordinator is Prof. Marcelo Parreira do Amaral) from the Münster Universität and in which the University of Granada is one of the 15 partners) was very illustrative and generated a number of relevant questions to the two researchers of the University of Granada that can encourage Andalusian researches to participate and look for partners in the different calls and topics included in "the Challenge 6" in particular of the general call of the Horizon 2020.