The 24th of January is the 1st ever International Day of Education, which was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 2018. Education was, is and always be the most effective tool for the empowerment of vulnerable people and the building of more resilient and sustainable societies at global level.

The C2E project takes the approach of addressing the issues that young carers have little opportunity to improve their position in society through regular employment and so entrepreneurship is a real opportunity for them to overcome these hurdles. In fact academic studies suggest, an entrepreneurial approach may help them accomplish several goals, such as increased self-worth and satisfaction by overcoming these barriers to entering the labour market.

PRACTICE project addresses current challenges & needs of preventing radicalisation in school & of supporting opportunities for teachers' continuing professional development (CPD) in this area. It is rooted in current EU policy development and national realities and responds to two needs: (i) innovation in Continuing Professional Development (CPD); (ii) CPD that links policy to practice in preventing radicalism in the classroom.