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LIDA project - Learning Inclusion in a Digital Age - to belong and Find a Voice in a Changing Europe

Purpose
The European project LIDA - Learning Inclusion in a Digital Age (Ref. 2021-1-NO01-KA204-076518), funded by the Erasmus + program, aims to explore European approaches to inclusive education and active citizenship in it was digital. LIDA addresses three main stakeholders: institutions, the education sector and individual educators and focuses on the use of digital resources to promote active citizenship and social inclusion of vulnerable adult minorities.

Methodology
The LIDA project inherits the experience and methodological approach of the ADVENUS and ReGap projects, in which LUMSA participated as an Italian partner. A particular and innovative aspect of the LIDA project is the attention to the digital storytelling resource. Through this methodology, the project aims to develop teaching / learning resources dedicated to the continuous training of adult minorities, with particular reference to the issues of employment, health, social security, education, gender, justice and civil rights.

Partnership
The LIDA project - Learning Inclusion in a Digital Age - To Belong and Find a Voice in a Changing Europe, is coordinated by Innland Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway - lead partner).

Collaborate in the project:

  • LUMSA University (Italy)
  • Universidade do Porto - FPCEUP (Portugal)
  • Pilgrim Projects Limited (UK).

Period of development:
The project has a duration of 36 months, from January 2021 to December 2023.

Research team

Prof. Gabriella Agrusti (contact person for Italy)
Contacts: g.agrusti@lumsa.it

Prof. Valeria Damiani

Prof. Vincenzo Schirripa

Dr. Andrea Ciasca Marra

Dr. Elisa Muscillo