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European collaboration

Simulation of Sustainable International Business (SOS IB)

Project goals

The purpose of the project is the creation of learning practices with digital solutions & innovative  pedagogy for the development of international learning content in the field of sustainable international business, which will have a positive impact on higher education and wider society through international  peer cooperation of students&teachers.


Project will produce the following results: 

  • Digital tool (platform)
  • The developed simulated cases of the sustainable international business
  • Digital simulation game
  • The study about the effects of digitalisation of teaching&learning practices on the internationalisation of the small higher education institutions.

CSR in the Touristic sector

Project goals

The partners intend to define and set up the optimal conditions to define their future development for achieving the priorities settled up by the agenda 2030. updating of the skills and competences of experts that will able to transit the touristic business to implement the CSR principles within their business activities.

  • Disposal and the development of new training programs in the tourism sector
  • To update the C-VET programs defined by Agenda 2030
  • To update training methodology 
  • To spread CSR principles for business and training development defined by Agenda 2030
  • To develop a new operative model for C-VET of experts, trainers and consultants (Agenda 2030)
  • To adopt and to apply an Interactive and participatory approach on the development of the project results
  • To improve competences of VET trainers, acquiring digital skills 
  • Updating skills/competences on CSR topics

Analysis of CSR Directives implementation in EU countries (HI4CSR)

Project goals

Analysis of the implementation of CSR Directives within EU countries (Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Slovakia and UK) and the presentation of best practice examples are important in order to achieve harmonization of CSR Directives as much as possible.

The CSR guide consists of an overview of implementation and harmonization of the EU CSR-related directives and best practice examples from selected member states, presenting an analysis of the regulatory framework of the following CSR areas:

  • Non-financial reporting
  • Treatment of used materials 
  • Food donations
  • Eco-labels
  • Recruitment of people with disabilities
  • Water legislation 

Framework for sustainable development goals in business environment (SociSDG)

Project goals

In the business environment, companies struggle to identify activities for overcoming the barriers for SDG achievement.


For sustainable development goals (SDG1, SDG2, SDG3, SDG4, SDG5, SDG8, SDG10, SDG11, SDG12) with the biggest impact on the society we have identified the major challenges and activities for their overcoming. We also provided examples of best practice so organizations can gain ideas how to initiate change in their environment towards sustainability. 


Social sciences and humanities for better education and sustainability innovation (SHOUT)

Project goals
  • Develop educational programs for teachers in social sciences and humanities about the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with the aim of fostering entrepreneurship, research approach and way of thinking.
  • Develop a research approach based on the learning process
  • Create a self-sustainable HUB connecting universities, businesses and NGOs with the goal of sharing knowledge, traineeships, and fostering cooperation in order to create sustainable solutions at European level.
  • Improve the visibility of social and humanities research in the field of sustainable transformation and innovation.
  • Strengthen cooperation between different sectors and bridge the gap between research and practice.
Project partners

IDOP (Croatia)
University of Vilnius (Lithuania) 
Oxfam Italia (Italia) 
GiG (Germany) 
Univeristy of Ljubljana (Slovenia) 
Centre For Social Innovation (Cyprus) 
MB Homo Eminens (Lithuania) 
I-Maginary (Italia) 
Univeristy LUM (Italia)
Chouette Films (UK) 
INOVA+ (Porto) 
University of Split  (Croatia) 
KMOP (Greece) 

Global Survey

Project goals

Global Survey aims to gather opinions and expectations on sustainability issues, including the SDGs, in as many countries around the world as possible.

Research results
  1. Climate action, quality education and good health and well-being are priority areas.
  2. Young people prefer climate action, while older generations prioritize good health, quality education, and biodiversity.
  3. Gender equality depends on sex and the region.
  4. In the world sustainability plays a role in political and short-term economic decisions, and in Europe it is mostly involved in the choice of employer.
  5. All sectors are responsible for promoting sustainable development, but in particular governments.

Corporate social responsibility in sport (GoSport)

Project goals

The GoSport project aims to foster social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport by improving good governance within sports organizations and bringing together society and raising awareness of social issues.

Project partners

Growth and transformation of SMEs (GT4SME)

Project goals

In this project, we want to support SME educators and increase their capacities in 4 main topics:


  1. The impact of integration of positive values in business strategies,
  2. internationalization,
  3. digital transformation and
  4. sustainable finance

in order to help SMEs grow and transform sustainably.

Project partners

IDOP (Croatia)
GiG (Germany)
Eurospring d.o.o. (Serbia)
N&P Business Consulting (Germany)
GTE (Turkey)
AREGAI (Italia)

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