Erasmus+ cooperation partnerships in higher education
Climate Change, Cities, Communities
and Equity in Health
January 2022 – January 2024
Co-funded by the
Erasmus + Programme of the European Union
CliCCHE brings together five academic partners and four partner Cities from Italy, Cyprus, Portugal and Serbia working together on the design and development of the courses while disseminating knowledge through international training courses, workshops and multiplier events.
The project proposes a number of activities of cooperation between the research, private, public and civil sectors, targeting both local and regional support towards higher education-practical arena cooperation.
Experiences from the different countries (from the far east Cyprus to the far west Portugal, from small to large countries) will provide a wide range of differences in administrative, organizational and managerial systems.
The partners of the consortium will hence represent a significant test bed for the development and testing of the solutions, which will result adaptable also to other European contexts.
Research and Action
Analytical, process, and problem-based research.
Information and Communication
National and European level results dissemination.
The importance of climate change and urban health thematic scopes.
Cooperation and learning, training, and teaching activities.
Education and Training
Increase and update of the offer in climate change and urban health education.
Design and Development
Quality of teaching and curricula improvement.
L’Italia che Verrà: Water for a Friend Multiplier Event
The Geography Museum of the University of Padua hosted the exhibition “L’Italia che verrà” (“Italy that will come”), created for the Multiplier Event “Water for a friend” by University of Camerino, School of Architecture and Design.
add4 Participatory Urban Design Master Studio_school year 2022-2023
This book is a presentation of the results of the work of the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture during the 2022-2023 school year in the frame of the Erasmus+ European project Climate changes, Cities, Communities and equity to Health (CliCCHE), which aims to develop and test new experiences in teaching and studying at the…
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|Universita Degli Studi Di Camerino
Camerino, Marche, Italy
|The Cyprus Institute
|University of Belgrade
|Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche
|Instituto Universitario De Lisboa
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