MORALE Project News

- Launching ceremony of MORALE and Kick-off meeting

Bologna study visit of the MORALE Project 

Steering committee virtual meeting May 13th 2020

Monitoring virtual meeting for the Morale Erasmus+ project July 22nd, 2020

2nd Steering committee virtual meeting September 7th 2020

Alicante Virtual study visit of the MORALE Project

Virtual Study Visit University of Oldenburg, 5th November 2020

Zoom Consortium Virtual Meeting of MORALE on 15 January 2021

Roundtable meeting with NGOs of Morale project on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Damascus University

Morale Erasmus+ Project Lebanese Virtual Roundtable, April 14, 2021

ToT Module 1: Quality, Innovation, and Relevance of Higher Education Provision (Offered by the University of Bologna) Morale Project WP3: Capacity Building – T3.1 Training

- ToT Module2 2nd Train of Trainers Module

3rd Training of Trainers Four Elements NGO

Training Replication News

4th MORALE Training of Trainers Module, University of Oldenburg 13th, 14th and 15th of July 2021

Second Monitoring virtual meeting for the Morale Erasmus+ project July 27th, 2021

National Seminar and Training Replication on 13-9-2022 Beirut Lebanese University

National Seminar and Training Replication on 13-9-2022 Beirut Lebanese University - Arabic Article

Four Elements meeting of the MORALE Project, Management Meeting and Field Study Visit, June 28-30 2022

About MORALE Project

Is a structural project co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union. It aims at building the capacities of Syrian & Lebanese HEIs to train a new generation of high skilled professionals in NGOs management & operation to enhance inclusion of refugees and the rebuilding of the South Mediterranean society.
MORALE Objectives
  • To provide the NGO labour market sector with high skilled professionals trained to effectively manage and operate in NGO environments by means of modernising Social & Behavioural Sciences related curricula and by offering lifelong courses targeting NGOs professionals at partner universities.
  • To raise the awareness on the key role of HE in the provision of high level competences of the future NGOs professionals and strengthen inter-institutional cooperation among HEIs, NGOs and governments through targeted networking actions
MORALE Innovative Character :
  • MORALE’s modernization will encompass issues such as innovative teaching methodology, competence based learning, innovative teaching tools Information and Communication Technology (ICT) + integration of new subjects for a multidisciplinary perspective.
  • The Lifelong learning (LLL) provision will be increased & improved for update of current NGOs professionals’ skills. This means relevant topics, better follow up and agile delivery (blended learning) to allow the attendance of NGOs professionals with no need of physical presence.
  • MORALE addresses the current Partner countries (PC’s) emergency, where local NGOs have huge responsibility in the provision of a multifaceted assistance to people in need of humanitarian help.
  • The intersection & cooperation between HEIs /NGOs/ Authorities defined in MORALE represents an innovative approach towards the contribution to:1) a solid modernisation of PC HEIs educational offer; and 2) a significant improvement of NGOs operations; and 3) endorsement of results.
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