Events and Activities
The Ipro Project is coming to an end. The Implementation guidelines are aimed at formulating and giving of modify suggestions, solutions, advices, guidelines, eventually examples for implementing and using of the Model curricula in the context of each partner country by institution outside of the partnership - other universities, training centers, companies and etc.
The iPro consortium members are proposing a Curriculum Prototype with the aim to establish and define a set of disciplines (courses) with theoretical and with practical aspects, that will assist the HEI’s and the vocational institutions in their efforts of matching the curriculum of their students in (digital) Media and Arts Studies with the professional requirements expressed by the (international) community of media and arts businesses. Information about the contents of the Curriculum Prototype can be found here: Curriculum Prototype.
The iProfessional Competence Framework (iPCF) is a reference framework of competences required by professionals in the field of digital multimedia and arts. The iPCF defines a set of knowledge and skills needed to achieve measurable outputs according to the new professional standards on the global market.
The iPRO Consortium conducted an extensive survey in 8 European countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Lituania, Irland, Belgium, Poland, Italy and Croatia) in order to identify the gaps between the world of the interactive media and arts design business and the higher and further education institutions for Media and Arts Design Studies in the countries above, as well as solutions for a closer collaboration.
ActiveWatch project - "Interactive Freedom of Speech Map" aims to create and strengthen a communication platform for a community of practice comprised citizens, students, journalists and civic activists.
The project is aimed at setting up a pilot collaboration between HEIs and VET providers in 8 European countries in order to investigate the potential for a closer collaboration between the world of the interactive media and arts design business and the higher and further education institutions for Media and Arts Design Studies.
We proudly announce you that today ActiveWatch has become an IFEX member. The IFEX network of organisations is connected by a shared commitment to defend and promote freedom of expression as a fundamental human right. IFEX defends and promotes everyone’s right to free expression: IFEX advocates for the free expression rights of all, including media workers, citizen journalists, activists, artists, scholars.
ActiveWatch, also a member of the Reporters without Borders since 2004, is a human rights organization advocating for free communication in the public interest.
On February 7th, a pan-European coalition of citizens and nearly one hundred media groups, professional bodies, Independent Journalists and Civil Society Organisations from across the continent will launch the online collection of signatures for the first European Citizens’ Initiative targeting media freedom and pluralism. The European Citizens’ Initiative is a new tool of participatory democracy allowing citizens to collect at least one million signatures online or offline to present a legislative proposal directly to the European Commission, thereby changing EU law.