International News

28 Jul 2017
Diagrama Foundation has been awarded more than 100,000 euro to fund a new arts project for adults with learning disabilities and the elderly. Diagrama Foundation will be the lead partner in the multi-national GALA (Gentle Art, Living Art) project which aims to empower vulnerable people. Funding of 112,900 euro has been awarded by the Erasmus Plus Programme (European Lifelong Learning, Adult Education measure) to be shared with partners from Spain, Belgium, France and Romania. Read more...
17 Jul 2017
Pre-school and KS1 professionals working with children up to the age of 7 are invited to attend a FREE conference in September which aims to offer professional development and improve classroom behaviour, attendance and achievement.The conference, on September 21, from 4-7pm at Sun Pier House, Chatham, Kent, forms the final stage of the THRIVE EU project which involves partners from six different countries and has been funded by Erasmus +.The THRIVE objectives include: Read more...
20 Jun 2017
Diagrama Foundation is inviting vocational education and training providers, employers, third sector professionals and young people to attend the final conference of a two-year Erasmus+ funded PROVYP project aimed at tackling youth unemployment at national and European levels.The project is made up of a consortium of 10 organisations from 8 EU countries who have exchanged best practice and created common recommendations for better career guidance as well as developing a high quality e-learning tool in different EU languages. Read more...
16 Jun 2017
Diagrama Foundation is inviting migrants and refugees to attend an interactive arts workshop as part of a new European project to foster tolerance and empathy.The new initiative – EuroSol – forms part of the Europe for Citizens programme and brings together partners from eight EU member states to promote European citizens' solidarity in times of the refugee crisis. Read more...
11 May 2017
Diagrama Foundation is inviting young people and training staff to find out more about improving employability skills of those aged under 30 when a new handbook is unveiled at free conference organised by the GET THERE European project next month.Delegates attending the event at Europe House in London on June 9, 2017, will have the chance to take part in a series of fun, engaging and interactive workshops and activities presented by experts in the field who will cover topics including: Read more...
03 May 2017
Diagrama Foundation European Projects Manager Laida Quijano meets with teachers and support staff at Twydall Primary School in Gillingham, Kent
Diagrama Foundation has visited Twydall Primary School in Kent for the second time as part of the work it is carrying out in connection with the THRIVE EU Project.The aim of the European project THRIVE is to reinforce the professional development of teachers of students up to seven years old through an online course, in order to effectively promote positive behaviours in classroom as well as future school attendance and achievement. Read more...
01 Mar 2017
Diagrama Foundation has completed the pilot stage training for the Get There European Project. As part of the pilot stage, the beneficiaries enhance their skills through practical activities and a theoretical mentoring approach.Diagrama Foundation is responsible for delivering the “Customer Awareness” and “Exploring Jobs Opportunities” units, which will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the training materials. Read more...
27 Feb 2017
From February 15 to 17, Diagrama Foundation was represented by its CEO, David McGuire, at the Fifth meeting of the European Council for Juvenile Justice (ECJJ), celebrated at Hotel NH Las Artes, in Valencia, which gathered more than 60 experts in this field from different European countries. Read more...
10 Nov 2016
Repesentatives from Diagrama Foundation have attended the third transnational meeting of the Get There Project in Valladolid, Spain on November 8, 2016. The project aims to identify the needs of young people looking for a job, by addressing the issue of youth unemployment and developing better employability skills for young people in each partner country and the wider European Union. Read more...
10 Oct 2016
On 5 October 2016, the final conference was held for the European REVIJ project in the Siete Coronas Hotel in the city of Murcia, Spain. The REVIJ project (Reparation to the Victim in the European Juvenile Justice Systems: Comparative analysis and transfer of best practices) compares victim reparation measures in different European juvenile justice systems. Read more...

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