Knowledge Hub is the education and training division of CARDET, which provides education and training solutions to businesses, networks, global organizations, governments, and the general public. CARDET also serves as a Centre for Professional and Vocational Development, certified by the Human Resource Development Agency (HRDA) of Cyprus.
CARDET Press is the communication and dissemination hub for academics, researchers, and practitioners across disciplines. We publish books for online distribution, research reports, newsletters, and technical reports resulting from the various research projects we implement. Our most recent publication is the digital book by the Director of the Yale Center for Analytical Sciences, Dr. Peter Peduzzi, titled Principles and Practice of Multisite Randomized Controlled Trials in the Phase III Setting.
CARDET proudly announces that BACKPACK ID, a 3- year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission was successfully completed in December 2020. BACKPACK ID, an innovative intervention aimed in promoting the inclusion of refugee children which are met with acute and very diverse challenges by the ongoing refugee crisis. Using a bottom-up participatory method, the BACKPACK ID addressed the importance of the students’ multiple identities and focused on refugees’ children social inclusion and interpersonal and intergroup understanding in the school environment.
The challenges young people face in their path towards employment were thoroughly examined in a forum CARDET co-organized, as part the SELF-E project, with the Cyprus Youth Council. The forum also served as an excellent opportunity for the project officers to present the outputs and achievements of SELF-E as well as demonstrate new approaches and methods through which they can support young people and help them nurture their career.
CARDET participated in the two-day online multiagency workshop its project ACTIVE organized on the 14th and 15th of October for the exchange of knowledge, experiences and good practices on the prevention of violence against children in sports and leisure activities.
The DEHORS consortium is proud to announce the release of the Online Interactive Map of the project. Having completed two (2) workshops engaging pre-school teachers and experts from different European countries, together with some coordination meetings of the consortium, a map was developed comprising of eight (8) different areas. Those areas refer to the outdoor environment, which can be enhanced in order to be stimulating and inviting for children.
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