On 13 June Anna Maria Darmanin had a meeting with the students from the European Academy for Education and Social Research, where she presented the role of the EESC in the EU.
European Academy is qualified in providing training and individual consulting within the field of European Projects, guaranteeing an update knowledge and deepen understanding of EU funding opportunities. The Academy aims to afford practical skills to become a true European Project developer.
The Institute works on research and in this context it has developed in collaboration with the European Projects Association, a methodology through experimental data, concerning a web-based platform called MyEuropa. This network aims to give access to knowledge and to facilitate the cooperation, education and know how transfer.