• She4Sea– “Employability and entrepreneurial development of women in water-based blue economy sectors”

    She4Sea project activities include: activities include: • Development of an Online VET platform for unemployed women in English and partner languages (Greek, Spanish and Bulgarian). • Conduct of Integrated test/pilot sessions for 90 women in Greece, Spain and Bulgaria. • Creation of a Digital profiling tool for self-assessment. This will allow women to assess their skills in the categories of leadership, entrepreneurship and sustainability, and therefore provide them with a personalised account of their competence profile. • Development of Competence Framework and Compendium, which summarize the results of research providing updated data on competence needs as well as on the prevailing gender issues that hinder women's career development in maritime sectors.

  • BlueGeneration Project

    The Blue Generation Project main activities include: • Organization of info-days and activities in high schools, adult education centers, NGOs, unemployment services and local associations to promote Blue Career opportunities. • Training youth to increase awareness in the Blue Economy career opportunities and prospect mentors to become knowledgeable promoters via the Blue Career MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) Platform. • Guiding young people through skills validation, personal mentoring and short exchanges to suitable employment and training in Blue Economy job sectors. • Offering, at no charge, a Blue Career Guide, and a Blue Career Job Platform.

  • Career Guidance in the Blue Economy - Be Blue

    Be Blue project activities include: 1) Career Map - Development of a roadmap for career paths and descriptions of various jobs for students to plan their moves. The BeBlue project provides a career map with 100+ job descriptions, requirements, benefits and real-life examples -see jobs at the link . 2) Online training – The project designed course is for two categories of personnel: learners/ prospective employees gain an understanding of the blue economy job sectors, while career counsellors enhance their professional toolbox with instruments for career guidance.; All courses and modules are available at 3) Mentoring – Guide for Mentors and e-Mentoring Guide, Career Guide, 100 Jobs cards, 100 Blue career – details info available at

  • MARINA Spillover Strategy

    To define a strong Spillover Strategy do the following: 1.Define clear communication statements that define the WHY and will enable the Spillover; 2. Outline the processes and activities that you will use to spillover; 3. Highlight the results of your research and/or innovation activity that will be used in the spillover activities.

  • MARINA Lessons Learned and Good Practices

    --MARINA Good Practices and Lessons Learned can help you to: 1. ------------------------------------------Organise and Execute a multidisciplinary stakeholder workshop 2. ------------------------------------------Create Community of Stakeholders 3. ------------------------------------------Motivate and Engage Stakeholders to share knowledge and learn from others 4. ------------------------------------------Engage Citizens 5. ------------------------------------------Better understand different types of Stakeholders 6. ------------------------------------------Create trust and good relations among stakeholders 7. ------------------------------------------Choose a workshop participatory methodology 8. ------------------------------------------Highlight lessons from different marine sectors 9. ------------------------------------------Apply the Responsible Research and Innovation Dimensions 10. ------------------------------------------Use the RRI Roadmap Milestones with confidence --The MARINA Good Practices and Lessons Learned are organised with filters allowing you to easily identify those that you need. Available filters: 1. ------------------------------------------Lesson Learned/ Good Practice 2. ------------------------------------------RRI Dimension 3. ------------------------------------------RRI Roadmap Milestone 4. ------------------------------------------Workshop Definition and Execution 5. ------------------------------------------Workshop Methodology 6. ------------------------------------------Stakeholder Motivation 7. ------------------------------------------Stakeholder Group 8. ------------------------------------------Stakeholder Level of Engagement 9. ------------------------------------------Societal Challenge 10. ------------------------------------------Marine Sector

  • Report on the quality criteria of Good Practice Standards in RRI

    Report on the quality criteria of Good Practice Standards in RRI-- This report written by the RRI-Tools project presents quality criteria of Good Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) Practice Standards. It constitutes a further step in concretizing what it means to put RRI into practice. It is first and foremost meant for internal use to all partners in the RRI Tools project, as it provides a number of basic building blocks that can be used in developing or selecting (self-)evaluating, monitoring and implementation tools of which the RRI Tools toolkit will consist. Furthermore, the quality criteria may be used for thinking about how research and innovation practice should be designed to make them (more) responsible. In itself, this report on the quality criteria for good practice standards does not so much constitute a tool for implementing, monitoring or (self-)evaluating research and innovation practices on their level of responsibility. The criteria would need to be tailored to the specific context of the practice and accompanied with guidelines on how to use them. Tools could vary between areas of research and innovation, user perspectives, and purposes of the tool within research and innovation trajectories.