Partnerships for Science Education (PAFSE) project was exhibited at the “Festival of the New European Bauhaus”
Partnerships for Science Education (PAFSE) project was exhibited at the “Festival of the New European Bauhaus” (NEB), promoted by the European Commission, between the 9th and 11th of June, in Brussels. Professor Carolina Santos, CHRC researcher and project coordinator, attended the event.
NEB is a creative and transdisciplinary movement, bridging the world of science and technology, and supporting positive change, while also providing access to EU funding for sustainable and inclusive projects. This festival was the perfect opportunity to spread the values and the diversity of activities encompassed under the umbrella of NEB:
- laboratories of local citizens;
- pioneering research;
- innovative prototypes and;
- proposals on how to make our lives easier, more sustainable and more beautiful.
The live exhibition included virtual reality, 3D and live interaction, to show projects, meet, interact and exchange ideas, bringing together different actors and partners. It was a great opportunity to meet other projects, and the general public, and show PAFSE educational platforms and learning resources for public health education.
Adriani Botez joined PAFSE booth at NEB and will provide us great insights on the needs of people with disabilities so that we can implement strategies to ensure no one is excluded from the benefits arising from PAFSE implementation.
The PAFSE exhibitor was also visited by Elisa Ferreira, Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms at the European Commission.
For more information or manifestation of interest to collaborate with PAFSE project please join the website, page at the social networks (linkedin, facebook, twitter, Instagram) or contact Carolina Santos (email@example.com)