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The Square Dot Team

The Square Dot team is an organisation located in Leuven, Belgium committed to tackle societal challenges through tailor-made policy advice.
We aim to develop research and provide policy advice with the view to enrich public policy with tailor-made, innovative and socially responsible solutions in the following areas:

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Guiding schools training in Bari

The Square Dot Team travelled in the city of Bari, Italy On the 14th-18th of November we met the rest of the trainers from Norway, Spain, Germany, Italy, Sweden and North Macedonia for the International training of the project Guiding Schools – Improving qualitystandards for guidance and careerlearning The main...

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Monthly meetings for INTERACTed, Cherished and CQ+

ℙ𝕣𝕠𝕛𝕖𝕔𝕥 𝕌𝕡𝕕𝕒𝕥𝕖𝕤 Today we had our monthly meetings for the projects #Interacted, #Cherished leading by #TheSquareDotTeam and #CQ+. The partners discussed about the progress of the Project results and the upcoming face to face meetings. INTERACTed project aims to support #primaryschool #educators toward integration of #interactive #digital #narratives (IDN) to...

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e-Portfolio project meeting in Nice

We are in Nice for the ePortfolio Migrants project and we presented the Soft Skills Framework and the course structure for mentors under PR1 which is leading by the Square Dot Team. It was great to meet all together for first time. Many thanks to Groupement d’Intérêt Public de l’Académie de Nice for hosting us. Stay tuned for...

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New projects for SDT

We are thrilled to announce that TheSquareDotTeam will actively participate in the new Erasmus+ projects in the fields of VET, Youth, School and Adult education in the thematic areas of: GBV and teen-dating violence financial literacy for migrants workers’ burnout quality and inclusive education social_entrepreneurship for women Stay tuned to...

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Kick-off meeting for WeNEETlabs project

Today we had the kick-off meeting of project #WeNEETlabs. #TheSquareDotTeam is leading the WeNEETlabs #Methodology (WP2) so as to provide youth workers and educators with an overview of the national state of the art in each partner country on #social entrepreneurship and youth #unemployment after the outbreak of COVID-19 with...

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DI:GIGO 2nd TPM in Leuven

It was pleasure for #TheSquareDotTeam to host the 2nd TPM of the project #DIGI:GO in Leuven The partners discussed in detail the Value Proposition and the Toolkit development under PR1. The DIGI:GO project aims to support adult educators, VET providers, VET teachers, and other professionals from the #social and #education...

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D-Upskill.50 TPM2 in Italy

It’s been a while…but #TheSquareDotTeam is back on business Our new team member Marievi Gretsi travelled to sunny and exotic Palermo, Italy for the second transnational D-Upskill.50 project meeting on the 6th and 7th of October. The partners discussed: The results achieved during the C1 activity in Athens for the...

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Newsletter of Navimig

The monthly newsletter of #Navimig project it’s available This project was designed as a contribution to #inclusion and #integration of recently arrived #migrants. In order to success the migration integration, the newly arrived migrants need to have access in essential services as education, health care, job centers etc.. In addition...

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NAVIMIG 2nd TPM in Helsinki

ℙ𝕣𝕠𝕛𝕖𝕔𝕥 𝕞𝕖𝕖𝕥𝕚𝕟𝕘 Today we had the 2nd TPM meeting of the project #Navimig. #TheSquareDotTeam presented a mentoring program for migrant inclusion under PR2. The project aims to provide a #roadmap to #migrants that recently arrived in their new resident country to help them get oriented and settled quickly. It was...

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CHERISHED LTTA & TPM3 in Cyprus

Did you know that with the 1972 Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, UNESCO established that certain places on Earth have “exceptional universal value” and belong to humanity’s common heritage? It has been a blast to join a special 3-day training workshop (Learning, Teaching and Training Activity) in Cyprus...

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