Le projet Erasmus+ CreE.A rassemble 11 partenaires dans 7 pays européens (l'un d'entre eux étant un acteur européen)


The Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg (OVGU) was founded in 1993 and is one of the youngest Universities in Germany. It has evolved as a merger of the former Otto von Guericke University of Technology, a Teachers’ Training College and a Medical School. It is located in Magdeburg, the capital city of the federal state Saxony-Anhalt. It currently has 14,000 students in 9 Schools of Study. The educational portfolio of the university is constantly adjusted to the ever-increasing level of a networked work and research environment. Most of the 60 courses, which are structured in 13 faculties, are bachelor and master programs.

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In all non-scientific aspects of the proposed project, the researcher will be supported by the EU-Project Management Office at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg. This office will support the day-to-day management, such as monitoring of expense reports and cost statements. The Otto-von-Guericke University Language Centre is well-positioned to study the language auto/biographies of students learning second languages for their study and plurilingal awareness. The staff of the OVGU Language Centre are in an excellent position to study language acquisition, multilingualism and intercultural communication for and with adult learners. The particular expertise of the Language Centre lies in its work with the growing populations of international students of further and higher education from the EU and from beyond the EU 27. The valuable experience of the Language Centre with multilingual language teaching practice, and its familiarity and development of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe position it very strongly as a research hub for work on the mutli-and plurilingual learning in the project. The OVGU Language Centre also has long-standing relationships to partner universities in East and West Europe, and participates in international workshops and staff-exchange programmes, furthering the intrinsic objectives of intercultural competence, mobility and multilingual communication. https://www.ovgu.de/

Higher Education Institution of the Province of Liège The Higher Education Institution of the Province of Liège (Belgium) is an institution that offers higher education training in agronomy, economics, paramedics, technical, educational and social sciencesThe institution awards Master and Bachelor degrees.

The institution has 8700 students.  For certain diplomas, the institution works in collaboration with the University of Liège. 


ASBL Egregoros

Within the framework of a comprehensive and integrated prevention policy developed within a community located in the Brussels-Capital area, Egregoros ASBL was created ten years ago to address several objectives.  Its purpose was to prevent uncivil behaviour by creating and developing citizen relationships between tenants so as to help ensure public tranquillity.  Our action was to help improve the quality of life for the tenants by promoting “harmony within the community”.  Our missions are organised around three dual actions representing our approaches:  “LISTEN and DEAL WITH” based on direct or indirect mediation carried out by developing a role aimed at coping with emergency situations.  “LOOK-OUT” and “ACT” by ensuring a visible presence (16h/day, 7/7, 365 days/year) and promoting relationships between tenants.  HELP and GUIDE tenants toward existing structures that correspond to the issues they are facing.



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Our 15 mediators are available through a toll-free hotline open from 10 a.m. to 2.00 a.m., offices open every day of the year and also thanks to our many patrols that walk round neighbourhoods and meet the residents.  Our success is based on a team that has received extensive training in mediation and on a network of partner institutions and associations.  ASBL is a general-interest service that uses the methods of mediation and adheres to its values and works within a clearly defined framework that constantly evolves to ensure the methods used match the missions to be carried out.  It also follows a strict code of ethics.  Inspired by French experiences and as the only organisation in Belgium working in this way, we organise our activities combining social mediation (in the broad sense) and a presence of night correspondents.  We ensure a continuity of action on the municipal territory by providing a framework for dialogue that gives everyone the opportunity of talking about problems affecting their private life or their community.  The key words of our action are caring and humility. We dedicate ourselves to the population, are non-judgemental and acknowledge the fact we are not always able to fix all the problems that arise.  In that event, we turn to an extended network of partners with which we carry out in-depth work.  We aim at having a “general interest” approach and when necessary we turn to “specialists” so as to meet the needs expressed by residents.  The city of Evere’s night-time and day-time mediation service is acknowledged and funded by authorities at various levels.  The city of Evere, the Brussels-Capital Region and the FPS Interior (Ministry of the Interior of Belgium) allocate annual subsidies to fund our activities (staff and running costs, training and investment expenses).  In 2011, the FSP Interior recruited the director of Egreoros to coordinate a Neighbourhood Mediation project throughout the federal territory.  Despite a promising kick-off, the project was abandoned due to a change in political priorities.  During that period, a number of contacts were established with the “Commission Fédérale de la Médiation”, official framework for mediation of federal Belgium (FR and NL) and in particular with its President Mr Bernard Castelain.  Since 2006, the ASBL is a member of the “Réseau des Villes Correspondants de Nuit  et de la Médiation sociale” (network of cities night correspondents and social mediation), a network of almost 40 French municipalities, takes part in workshops dedicated to practice sharing, ensuring practice durability and improving professional competence.

Fundación Sevilla Acoge

The Sevilla Acoge foundation is a humanitarian and charitable non-profit organisation. It is independent of all public or religious institutions or trade union organisations.  Sevilla Acoge is therefore a pluralistic and non-sectarian organisation.    
Its action is guided by the principles of international solidarity and of a quest for justice to promote migrant rights.  Its main objective is to “promote the integration of migrants and of their families so as to help them become full members of society while ensuring their identities and the identity of other members of society are acknowledged, respected and enriched in the process”.  Its scope of action covers the entire province of Seville.  Its approach to the question of immigration is comprehensive and seeks to be inclusive.  For this purpose, Sevilla Acoge’s action is aimed at the population as a whole.

The main activities of the Foundation are:
• Family and Welcome service • Labour Integration and Entrepreneurship • Housing and Temporary Stay • Involvement of Young People and Minors • Intercultural Mediation and Diversity Management • Community Actions in Neighbourhoods
• Training and Search  • Co-development • Women • Voluntary work


European forum for urban security (EFUS)  

The network represents 250 cities and regions from 16 countries, and aims to: 
–  promote a balanced approach to urban security that combines prevention, sanction and social cohesion;  
–  support local authorities in the design, development and evaluation of their local security policy;  
–  obtain recognition of the role of local and regional authorities in drafting and implementing national and European policies.

Efus provides support and inspiration for locally elected officials and their teams who are convinced of the necessity of working together, transcending political differences for the benefit of long-term security. In accordance with the principle of “cities helping cities” Efus fosters the sharing of experience between authorities. 

The values and principles founding Efus members’ action are gathered together in the “ities’ Manifesto: Safety, Democracyand Cities”. It is a source of support and inspiration for local authorities in the design and promotion of their security policies.



AG Cnam Lorraine

The Cnam en Lorraine centre, based in Nancy, operates all the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers’ missions on its territory.    
Due to its strategic geographical position and to the experience it has gained in European fund management it has all the qualities required to successfully ensure coordination of the new project.


The Cnam is the leading institution for vocational higher education.  Like universities, it is engaged in teaching and research missions: it comprises two schools and 14 departments and also research laboratories, some of which work jointly with the CNRS (French national research centre).  Founded in 1794, with more than 60.000 students, its third mission is to promote scientific and technical culture.

The Cnam distinguishes itself from universities in several respects:

–  it aims at developing professional skills and is therefore strongly connected to professional communities:  the degrees and diplomas it awards are accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education (LMD – Licence (bachelor), Master, Doctorate) and the Ministry of Labour (via the CNCP, Commission Nationale des Certifications Professionnelles (national commission for vocational qualification certifications)).  It is primarily intended for persons with an ongoing employment.    

–  The head office is in Paris, and it consists of a network of educational centres:   training programmes are developed throughout the national territory, including the overseas departments and territories; access to training programmes is in particular facilitated by distance learning.




What is the Cresm?

The CRESM was founded in 1973 in Sicily by development workers, sociologists and economists.  Its actions are primarily devoted to improving the development and empowerment of the most disadvantaged regions and social categories.  For this, the CRESM cooperates with similar organisations working on social promotion and development in other European countries, the Mediterranean Basin or on other continents by designing and carrying out:     

– territorial, socio-economic and cultural diagnoses;
– development plans for specific areas;
– specific projects for particular domains of socio-economic initiative;
– training projects in relation with development plans;
– projects to provide guidance and support for initiating and developing new economic activities;
– projects aimed at educating local communities, specific social categories or institutions (schools, municipalities, hospitals, etc..) on local development;
– activities that  involve providing information, addresses, guidance and training on access to European Union funds;
– participation in transnational networks of local stakeholders for an institutional, economic, technical, scientific and cultural cooperation;
– scientific and technological research projects focused on local potential and identity development;
– methods and techniques for local development promotion and management.


Areas in which the Cresm operates:
– Local development and cooperation;
– International cooperation for development;
– Social inclusion, insertion by economic activity;
– training and mediation;
– social inclusion of citizens from third countries. 



UNIPD is one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education in Italy: founded in 1222 and with over 60 000 students (40 000 enrolled at Bachelor degree level, 20 000 at Master’s level and 1 500 at Doctoral level), 230 post-doctoral researchers, 23000 teachers and 2300 members of administrative staff.  UNIPD supports and organises higher education and scientific research at the National, European and International levels.


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UNIPD has an extensive experience in international projects and in particular in European projects.  Its International Office is in charge of UNIPD’s involvement in educational programmes such as Erasmus +, EDULINK , Erasmus Mundus et Tempus. It also manages bilateral agreements (with European countries and third countries) and other international and cooperation programmes with developing countries throughout the world.  The University of Padova is involved in international and European education networks:  CG  – Coimbra Group; TIME – Top Industrial Managers  for Europe; EUA – European University Association; SD – Network of Mediterranean Universities for Sustainable Development, and ESRUC – Eurasian Silk Road Universities Consortium.   Services linked to the International Office are:  the Accommodation service, University Language Centre, Foreigner reception service, Special Needs service and Job Placement.  The Office for International Relations assists students and teachers in their international mobility by offering assistance and providing information and financial management support.  UNIPD has always been involved in projects funded by the European Union.   In the three years prior to the request, the institution has been involved in schemes in fields of particular interest to the project.  The references of two of the projects to which it applied/from which it received funds are given below.  The FISPPA acronym stems from its four departments:  philosophy, sociology, education and applied psychology.  FISPPA was launched on the 1st of January 2012 and was the result of a convergence of researchers from various scientific fields aiming at promoting the creation of an area for scientific and cultural cooperation in which the exploration of social sciences and humanities can interact in an interdisciplinary context, while focusing on students, quality and innovation in the field of didactics.  7167 students are enrolled in the FISPPA department that coordinates 7 first year bachelor degree courses, 1 course for teachers, 8 master degree courses and 4 doctoral degree courses.  There are currently 95 doctoral students studying at the FISPPA which has 131 teaching staff and 59 administrative staff members.  

At the FISPPA, the latest areas of investigation intersect with various research traditions to achieve critical knowledge that is at the same time deeply rooted and innovative. Research topics cover inter-cultural issues, analysis of social, lifelong learning, individual choices and practices in sociocultural and historical contexts, with due consideration of basic underlying values which refer to the question of an education suited to our present-day cultural and inter-cultural context.  While it stresses the importance of a convergence and mingling of knowledge, FISPPA promotes the autonomy of research groups structured into philosophy, sociology, education and psychology departments.



The University of Luxembourg was founded in 2003.  It is a multilingual, international and research-oriented university.  868 professional experts (scientific and research staff) provide support to 238 professors, assistant professors and lecturers in their teaching.  It also has the advantage of being geographically close to the European institutions and to Luxembourg’s financial centre.


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The University of Luxembourg consists of 3 faculties and 2 inter-disciplinary centres: – The Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) – The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) – The Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) – The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) – The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB)  

A large number of academic programmes are available: – 11 Bachelor degrees, 32 Master degrees and 7 doctoral study programmes based on the Bologna Accords – 11 Vocational training and lifelong learning training courses – Bachelor students have to spend one semester abroad –  

Multilingualism:  programmes are generally taught in 2 languages French / English or French / German, some in three languages and others are entirely taught in English. – Academic staff come from 20 different countries and the 6287 students are from 110 different countries.  There are 6 high-priority research areas (2014-2017): – Computational Science – Law, focusing in particular on European Law – Luxembourg School of Finance – Educational Science – Two inter-disciplinary centres: Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) and Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB).  Luxembourg offers well-established leading disciplinary research and education that provides a detailed insight into the particular challenges of sustainability that come with specific systems.   The development of key interdisciplinary research areas on transport/mobility, health of the economy, green economy, economic geography and green ITC is well on track.  However, there is limited research combining natural sciences and engineering with critical perspectives developed by social sciences and humanities on how our society works.  A better understanding is required to be able to grasp and address complex social and ecological systems.  A new area of work for a science of transformative sustainability is emerging, and researchers, civil society, private businesses and governments are collaborating to change the way society and the environment interact.  Universities, whose missions combine research, teaching and civic engagement, have a major role to play in providing a model for this new form of scientific research.


University of Minho

Founded in 1973, UMinho is today one of Portugal’s most important and prestigious Universities. It is renowned for its competence and the quality of its faculty, its excellence in scientific research, the wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses and for its high degree of interaction with other institutions and society as a whole.

Located in the north of Portugal, UMinho has a campus in Braga and another in Guimarães for a total of approximately 20 000 students, 40% of which are Master’s or Doctorate students.  The university employs 12000 teachers and researchers and approximately 800 technical and administrative staff. 

The University’s organisational structure is flexible, provides a favourable environment for innovation, is interdisciplinary and encourages the exploration of new fields of research.  Its 11 schools are comprehensive and, due to their high academic and scientific quality are considered benchmarks both nationally and internationallyUMinho’s education and research projects have gained strong international acknowledgement and are supported by a close interaction with many other research centres throughout the world.  UMinho is a research-targeted university committed to the promotion of knowledge and also a university that focuses on the socio-economic environment and develops many successful partnerships.  UMinho was ranked 64th in the 2015 Times Higher Education “100 under 50” world ranking.

UMinho offers 53 courses for the first cycle of studies and an integrated master’s degree course, Master programmes consisting of approximately 130 courses and more than 50 Doctorate programmes (several international programmes with prestigious institutions such as MIT and CMU, USA).  The University of UMinho has a strong policy for internationalisation and benefits from many years of experience, providing a strong base for its involvement in and coordination of many EU programmes.