Meet the Partner: PbEB

Project partner, Plattform für Berufsbezogene Erwachsenenbildung (PbEB) is an association of the leading private providers of vocational and business-related education and training. Based in Vienna since 2007, they aim to promote the importance of vocational adult education for personal, entrepreneurial and macroeconomic development. They see vocational adult education as a market in which they offer […]

Bridging Lifelong Learning and Social Impact

The European University Continuing Education Network (eucen) stands at the forefront of strengthening University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) in universities across Europe. With a primary focus on contributing to the development and enhancement of ULLL, eucen plays a crucial role in advocating for ULLL at the European policy level. Through a multifaceted approach that includes activities […]

Celebrating Milestones and Unveiling Progress

Greetings, SIM community! As the holiday season approaches, we’re thrilled to share some exciting updates from our recent December monthly meeting. The SIM project has reached a significant milestone, marking six months of dedicated efforts towards empowering organisations to enhance their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices and strengthen ties with local communities. In this blog […]

Social Impact Webinar

French project partners, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne wish to express their sincere gratitude to all the participants who contributed to making the webinar on the Social Impact Manager (SIM) project a memorable and successful event. This event, held on 5th October 2023 was a resounding success and captured a diverse audience, including representatives from businesses, […]

Social impact through design and local community collaboration

Project School is a social innovation company founded in Italy that empowers individuals and organisations to tackle the most pressing challenges facing their communities. With a focus on creative problem-solving and design thinking, Project School equips participants with the skills and tools to develop sustainable and impactful solutions to issues ranging from education and employment […]

Let’s meet the University of the Peloponnese, SIM’s lead coordinator

By Katerina Doundi and Antonis Klapsis Understanding the dynamics of a project’s success is intrinsically tied to its human resources, especially in a venture involving a diverse consortium like Social Impact Manager (SIM). Co-ordination and collaboration among partners are crucial in such scenarios. Therefore, let’s take a look at the role of the coordinator in […]

Launching the SIM Project: Designing a responsible future

On the 25th and 26th of July, the Social Impact Manager (SIM) consortium met in Athens to officially launch the project, generously funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme. In a display of collaboration, all 14 partners, some of whom joined virtually, came together to kick-start this innovative venture under the lead coordination […]