Unsere Projekte aus dem Bereich Coordination

 

Coordination

We have extensive experience of managing larger projects and networks at various levels. We combine the expertise of our working areas with organisational skills. From the application to the reporting phase, our partners can profit from perfect framework conditions and focus on the contents.

„We move it!“ (Wir bewegen was!) asks how towns must be shaped, so that young people can enjoy an active urban mobility and move around affordably, independently, environmentally friendly and healthy. The project especially reaches out to teenagers with a less possibilities of participation and supports them with the help of youth workers. Municipal authorities get in touch with the teenagers and their requests and collaborate with them in various fields, which is particularly important when it comes to questions of healthy urban mobility.

 

The overall objective of the project Mobility Scouts is to involve older men and women in decision-making processes and enable and empower them to contribute to the creation of age-friendly environments and services as co-producers. The Mobility Scouts concept was piloted as an EU project with several partners. In 2019, the project is again carried out in Vienna.

The AEMA project is carried out by 12 organisations. They work together to build strong networks and develop national checkpoints dedicated to accessibility in adult education. queraum. cultural and social research is responsible for the coordination of the project.

The partnership consists of 14 organisations from seven European countries and aims to transfer new developments in "Person Centred Planning" from the UK to the other participating countries. Furthermore, joint European quality critia are developed, an inclusive vocational training curriculum is prepared and piloted and national platforms to promote a sustainable implementation and dissemination of project results are set up. queraum. cultural and social research is responsible for the European coordination of the project.

Access to cultural goods is basically needed for identification with social groups and communities and, therefore, is a requirement for social integration. Regarding this, the EU-project “Museum Sign Language Guide” aimed at making museum information and exhibitions more accessible for deaf and hard of hearing people by developing museum guides for deaf people in three pilot-museums.

"SenEmpower" was promoted within the framework of the Education Programme for Lifelong Learning of the European Commission, 2007–2013. Volkshilfe Styria, the city council of Graz (Seniors’ Office Graz) and queraum are responsible for the project implementation in Austria.

The project inVISIBLE TALENTS! wants to support health and social service providers in residential and/or community settings as well as citizens' initiatives to see and include the talents of older people into their work.

queraum. cultural- and social research is the European Coordinator of the Erasmus+ project "Active 80+". The Active 80+ project aims at developing and testing a training for staff and volunteers in the field of health and social care, enabling them to function as "coaches" for very old people.

queraum is responsible for the European coordination of the project "Senior-Guides". The project aims at developing, implementing and disseminating a Curriculum for the training of older volunteers to realize guided tours for senior citizens and inform them about target group oriented offers provided in their living environment.

 

The project aims to facilitate access to literature for deaf people by translating world literature into Sign Language. In the course of the project our partners in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Slovenia translate a set of literary works and texts into the respective national sign language.

The quality of the transition from school to work and the successful intervention by professionals can be regarded as crucial for the further labour market performance of young persons with a disability. Austria, as the promoting country, already provides a counselling service for young persons with a disability – called Clearing – since 2000. The "TRA¡NSITION!" partnership aimes at transferring the European model of good practice Clearing to the partner countries Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia and Czech Republic. queraum.

„We move it!“ (Wir bewegen was!) asks how towns must be shaped, so that young people can enjoy an active urban mobility and move around affordably, independently, environmentally friendly and healthy. The project especially reaches out to teenagers with a less possibilities of participation and supports them with the help of youth workers. Municipal authorities get in touch with the teenagers and their requests and collaborate with them in various fields, which is particularly important when it comes to questions of healthy urban mobility.

 

The project inVISIBLE TALENTS! wants to support health and social service providers in residential and/or community settings as well as citizens' initiatives to see and include the talents of older people into their work.

The overall objective of the project Mobility Scouts is to involve older men and women in decision-making processes and enable and empower them to contribute to the creation of age-friendly environments and services as co-producers. The Mobility Scouts concept was piloted as an EU project with several partners. In 2019, the project is again carried out in Vienna.

queraum. cultural- and social research is the European Coordinator of the Erasmus+ project "Active 80+". The Active 80+ project aims at developing and testing a training for staff and volunteers in the field of health and social care, enabling them to function as "coaches" for very old people.

The AEMA project is carried out by 12 organisations. They work together to build strong networks and develop national checkpoints dedicated to accessibility in adult education. queraum. cultural and social research is responsible for the coordination of the project.

queraum is responsible for the European coordination of the project "Senior-Guides". The project aims at developing, implementing and disseminating a Curriculum for the training of older volunteers to realize guided tours for senior citizens and inform them about target group oriented offers provided in their living environment.

 

The partnership consists of 14 organisations from seven European countries and aims to transfer new developments in "Person Centred Planning" from the UK to the other participating countries. Furthermore, joint European quality critia are developed, an inclusive vocational training curriculum is prepared and piloted and national platforms to promote a sustainable implementation and dissemination of project results are set up. queraum. cultural and social research is responsible for the European coordination of the project.

The project aims to facilitate access to literature for deaf people by translating world literature into Sign Language. In the course of the project our partners in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Slovenia translate a set of literary works and texts into the respective national sign language.

Access to cultural goods is basically needed for identification with social groups and communities and, therefore, is a requirement for social integration. Regarding this, the EU-project “Museum Sign Language Guide” aimed at making museum information and exhibitions more accessible for deaf and hard of hearing people by developing museum guides for deaf people in three pilot-museums.

The quality of the transition from school to work and the successful intervention by professionals can be regarded as crucial for the further labour market performance of young persons with a disability. Austria, as the promoting country, already provides a counselling service for young persons with a disability – called Clearing – since 2000. The "TRA¡NSITION!" partnership aimes at transferring the European model of good practice Clearing to the partner countries Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia and Czech Republic. queraum.

"SenEmpower" was promoted within the framework of the Education Programme for Lifelong Learning of the European Commission, 2007–2013. Volkshilfe Styria, the city council of Graz (Seniors’ Office Graz) and queraum are responsible for the project implementation in Austria.