The implementation of B-in-EU Jean Monnet Module relies on collaboration with a variety of stakeholders, including individual researchers, academic centers, research projects, and other Erasmus+ co-funded research and collaboration frameworks. The list beneath offers an insight into the scope of collaboration B-in-EU has established since 2017.
The EUMIGRO project is a “Jean Monnet Module on the European Union and the Contemporary International Migration – an Interdisciplinary Approach” carried out as part of Jean Monnet Activities in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
The ref:EU project – “Muslim minorities and the refugee crisis in Europe” is an international project that combines academic and educational perspective carried out by the Middle East and Central Asia Unit and the Department of Political Studies of the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) within Jean Monnet Activities of the EU Programme Erasmus+.
To Diktio, the think tank on reform she has established, which is also currently running an Erasmus+, Jean Monnet Program. Diktio is a not-for-profit, think-and act-tank working towards consensus and against polarization. It aims to foster the concept of European citizenship as well as support and strengthen Greece’s European identity.
DIKTIO – Network for Reform in Greece and Europe co-ordinates the implementation of the project IDEA, funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme – Jean Monnet Projects.
The aim of the project IDEA is to promote and enrich the understanding of the common roots Europeans share and strengthen the sense of belonging to the European family. It is to be accomplished through the innovative way of raising awareness of the EU policies that influence and improve citizens’ daily life. Policies that cover such a wide range spanning from the protection of the environment to the free movement of people and consumer protection.