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December 17, 2021

Mentors and buddies for youth

To empower the own strength of youth is an important priority in nowadays youth policy. One way to strengthen the own power is the involvement of mentors and buddies. In a new NJi-publication (in Dutch) you can read all about different forms of mentoring and buddies and can you read what they can mean for youth field. 

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October 29, 2019

Fifth Steering Group meeting Rotterdam

These two days were partly devoted to strengthening the project, but also to give Oslo and Riga a glimpse into the Rotterdam kitchen. The first day took place at the premises of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, on the 17th floor, so we could have another great view over the city. The highlight of that day was a presentation by Guido Walraven about Dynamics in the City. Walraven is lector at InHolland Hogeschool, a university of
applied sciences in Rotterdam.

October 14, 2018

The story behind the logo

The logo for PACT ESL is designed by Charlotte Boissevain. A 4th grade student from Marnix Gymnasium Rotterdam. She gave the following explanation for this design.

June 03, 2018

Second Steering Group meeting Riga

First day activities were focussed on extra-curriculum activities in the city of Riga. Anita Pēterkopa, Head of General Education Schools Department (Education, Culture and Sports Committee) familiarized the members of the Project with the functions of the Department as well as general principles of organization of education in Latvia and Riga.

April 30, 2018

Newsletter ISOTIS

ISOTIS is a collaborative project funded by the European Union, which includes 17 partners and 11 countries. The project started in January 2017, and will continue until December 2019. ISOTIS aims to contribute to effective policy and practice development at different system levels in order to effectively combat early arising and persisting educational inequalities.

December 31, 2017


The Erasmus + innovation program aims to further develop and identify innovative community-based solutions to today's challenges for the reduction of Early School Leaving. The project is a strategic partnership aimed at interactive systems within communities in and around schools, in order to strengthen students' ability to finish their education and avoid dropping out later at the secondary levels.

November 14, 2017

Norwegian Article

First article on a website in Norwegian about the kick-off meeting in Oslo.

July 30, 2017

We got awarded

On Monday 31st of July, we received news that the project Partnership Achieving Communities Tackling early school leaving got awarded. We received 88 points, ranked 5 at the Norwegian agency of Erasmus+

July 31, 2017

Website online

Before the start of the project which will be first of September 2017, the website saw it's first light on the first of August, with the basic information of the project.

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