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Our Projects encapsulate our commitment to fostering progress through innovative initiatives. With each project we undertake, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible, inspiring new ideas, and propelling innovation to create a brighter future. From concept to execution, our projects are driven by a shared passion for positive change and advancement. Join us in our journey of driving innovation forward for a better tomorrow

Art and Social Inclusion Projects

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The ArtTech project aims to empower young women (ages 19-29) by enhancing their digital literacy and creative competencies. It fosters inclusivity, cultural appreciation, and self-expression through technology and art. 
The project establishes an international network, resulting in enhanced skills, a virtual "ArtTech Expo," an empowered community, and strengthened partnerships. It prioritizes empowering young women, bridging gender gaps, and fostering inclusivity, contributing to gender equality


The FOR-J project aims to share good practices at the European level related to conflict management between youth, with a
special focus on conflicts arising out of migration backgrounds and discriminations. It also aims to develop innovative digital
educational tools to train youth workers in alternative conflict resolution techniques, restorative practices, and peace


CULiNary project aims to promote migrant and refugees inclusion through the pairing of food and theatre awareness and the development of friendly educational materials for adult trainers and creating final performances involving trainers, migrants, refugees and audiences.


An ERASMUS PLUS project that aims to create a common space to support adults over 30 who need to share their experiences, their traumatic experiences, their emotions related to Covid-19. Art and humanistic mediation can increase social awareness and universal values such as empathy, closeness and solidarity in adult communities affected by covid-19.


The JANUS project aims to develop a response to the increasing need for support of vulnerable young people (VYP) that are facing mental health issues.
JANUS wants to promote Autobiographical Theatre (AT) as a therapeutical methodology and specifically address young people  to help them in developing resilience and socialization skills in reaction to the crisis that their face.

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This project focuses on addressing the unique educational needs of individuals, with approximately 20% facing economic and social challenges, including disabilities, learning disabilities, and socio-economic-cultural disadvantages. The organization employs art as an innovative language to engage these individuals, but recognizes the need to enhance staff skills, particularly in audiovisual supports, illustrative videos, video art, digital animations, and various visual resources, including artificial intelligence, video mapping, and other ICT competences. 


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BUSTthink aims to facilitate the social insertion of adult immigrants throughout 50 years old through the development of skills and competencies in the European business culture, encouraging the development of small sustainable businesses with low or no impact on the environment, using the “Agile Business Design (BUSTthink)” methodology, which innovatively merges the Business Model Canvas with Design Thinking.

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SILENCE promotes the «reparation, recovery and reintegration» into the everyday life of young girls, from Italy and Spain, who are victims of violence, abuse, and/or male chauvinist mistreatment, whose lives have been suspended


ATENEA is an Autobiographical Theatre project as a tool to fight against vulnerability, financed by the Erasmus+ Program based on a theathre methodology developed by the author and director Domingo Ferrandis from his production “A world apart inside the World”


The TransMigrARTS project intends to set up a Spanish-speaking network of researchers, artists/researchers and cultural enterprises spanning Europe and Latin America. We will use an applied research-creation methodology to observe, assess and model socially innovative artistic workshops where the target communities are integrated as stakeholders.

EIGE’s study on the economic benefits of gender equality (2017) shows that reducing gender segregation in STEM education alone could lead to an additional 1.2 million jobs in the EU. These jobs are estimated to occur mostly in the long term, however, as employment is likely to be affected only after new women STEM graduates choose to work in the STEM fields. In parallel, higher productivity associated with these STEM jobs is likely to result in higher wages for newly graduated women – affecting the gender pay gap as well as income and living standards of women, men, children and their extended families (European Parliament, 2015).


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