Latest winning european projects and laba’s partnerships

Latest winning european projects and laba’s partnerships

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Dear partners

We had some good news during the summer : LABA is part of 6 new projects funded by the Erasmus+ program, Education and Training component. You can discover them below, as well as the sectors concerned : migration and integration, education and training, music, dance and visual arts.
We are very proud to support these actions, but also, to step in as partners within several consortia. To know more about our specifics and how we operate, read our articles we wrote on the subject.

Enjoy your reading and take care,

Sophie Guénebaut, Director & Maud Gari, Development and Marketing Manager

👉 DAY 1 IN EUROPE – 366k€ : Educational kit to better welcome migrant children on their first day at school.
Elementary School Ferdinand Buisson / City of Bègles (FR), Istituto Comprensivo Palmanova(IT), École Fondamentale de l’Athénée Royal Bruxelles 2 (BE), Synkoino Coop (GR), Momentum Marketing Services Limited (IRL), VisMedNet Association (MAL), Territoires Alimentaires (FR)
LABA’s role : partner / leader

👉 INVOLVE – 242k€ : Educating entrepreneurs through the culture of visual and literary arts.
Creative Spark Limited (IRL), N’à Qu’un Oeil (FR), Momentum Marketing Services Limited (IRL), Kinonikes Sineteristikes Drastiriotites Efpathon Omadon (GR), European E-learning Institute(DK)
LABA’s role : partner / leader

👉 SHAKIN’ – 447k€ : Using and including subaltern knowledges and post-colonial education in the university training of European cultural managers.
Université Lumière Lyon 2 (FR), Univerzitet Umetnosti u Beogradu (SERB), Bauhaus Universitaet Weimar (GER), Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia (SERB), Stockholms Kvinnohistoriska (SWE)
LABA’s role : partner

👉 EUROPEAN BUILDERS OF SOLIDARITY – 80k€ : Training and mobility for low-skilled people on social integration programmes.
Compagnons Bâtisseurs Aquitaine (FR), Ascoiacion Navarra Nuevo Futuro (ES), Associazion Culturale Link (IT)
LABA’s role : support

👉 DANCE HIGHWAYS – 152k€ : Adult training program on pedagogical approaches to contemporary dance.
La Galerie Chorégraphique (FR), La Fundición – Asociación Puertas Abiertas (ES), L’Espace ASDC (IT), Dansearena nord (NOR), Fundacja Rozwoju Teatru ‘NOWA FALA’ (POL), Theater der Klänge (GER)
LABA’s role : support and management

👉 MP3 PEDAGOGY OF MUSIC – TRAIN AND PLAY – 246k€ : New pedagogical approach to the professionalization of musicians.
Music Halle (FR), Fundació Privada Taller de Músics (ES), Associazione Culturale Musicale Locomotive (IT), VZW Tritonus (BEL)
LABA’s role : partner

Since 2013, The LABA has supported many music organizations in their international development : mobility, project engineering, networking, writing responses to calls for projects and administrative and budgetary management of projects. Here below is a graphic that reveals the different actions addressed.

You can also discover more about our projects on our website.

LABA collaborates with many public and private partners who all have a cultural, tourist or sports project. We provide advice, resources and tailor-made support. 

We are also committed as a partner on innovative and daring projects in our fields of expertise.

Read our article to find out how we operate and the know-how we bring to consortia.

On the Move, the European cultural mobility Network of which LABA is a partner, has been commissioned by The British Council to lead a study into the level of knowledge and experience held by European cultural operators in relation to disabled artist and their work. The aim is to understand the barriers which exist in Europe’s performing arts sector, and to identify key areas in order to improve practices.

The survey is the first of its kind. There are around 40 questions that will take you about 15 minutes to answer. Thank you in advance for your contribution!

With the support of the European Union’s Creative Europe programme. The above-mentioned projects are financed with the support of the European Commission. The support provided by the European Commission for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of its contents, which reflects the views only of the authors; the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Photo credits: CANVA

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