HYPER is a 2-year Erasmus+ KA2 Project that wishes to contribute in tackling the ongoing threat of violent extremism in Europe by developing an understanding and responses to the youth radicalization processes and approaches that feed it.The project will work towards the design and production of a full suite of educational resources that show the process of radicalization in action. These resources will focus on demonstrating how radicalisation can happen on the most popular digital and social media platforms where today’s young people hang out and where many are at their most vulnerable. To accompany these simulation resources the project consortium will develop a peer training programme for young people interested in being credible voices against radical extremist rhetoric and actions. To support these youth professionals HYPER will develop bespoke in-service and induction training programmes to enable them to extract the maximum benefit from the full range of proposed tools.

Project Aim

The design and dissemination of informational material that presents how the radicalization process can unfold complemented by training programmes guiding young people on how to act as credible voices to tackle it.


The Rural Hub was set up as an association by a group of education, training and rural development professionals as a response to the impact of the economic crisis on small rural villages and towns in Ireland. Since it was first established in 2012, The Rural Hub has been providing a wide range of training and capacity development programmes to local residents and community groups.  We specialise in the area of community development and have developed a number of local initiatives to support the social inclusion of disadvantaged rural youth, migrant communities and isolated older residents.  We work with these groups, using creative approaches and the testing of digital media resources to support greater social cohesion among local communities in County Cavan.  We have a developed network of county-wide stakeholders who support our work on a thematic basis.  

REINTEGRA is a non-governmental non-profit organization from the Czech Republic, from town Krnov. Our mission is to help disadvantaged people overcome the obstacles that prevent them from fully engaging in society and in everyday life. Our main activities include social services and educational programs. Our biggest social project is the Half-way House in Krnov providing accommodation and support for young homeless people. As far as educational programs are concerned, we develop and provide diverse educational programs and courses, especially for adults. In addition, we are dedicated to the transfer of successful educational methods and products at an international level. We participate in several European projects where we prepare and implement innovative educational methods and products. As part of the implementation, we train Czech and foreign experts, especially teachers, trainers, psychologists, consultants, and social workers.

Since 1992 Jugendförderverein Parchim/Lübz e. V. (JFV) operates as non-profit organization. In accordance with its association articles it sets innovative impulses for encouraging the occupational integration of disadvantaged and vulnerable youth, more specifically, early school leavers, socially excluded persons, adults with migrant backgrounds and unemployed adults. JFV offers a wide range of services centered on the needs of these target audiences that aim to prepare, motivate and encourage them for training/occupation in labor market as well as supporting and guiding them in their personal development.

Lancaster & Morecambe College is a high quality technical, vocational and professional college, meeting the needs of young people, adults and employers. The College serves communities across North Lancashire, South Cumbria and North Yorkshire here in the UK with a broad education and business development offer.
The College provides students with the opportunity to enter and progress through various levels of study. Students who progress from our College are ‘work ready’. We work closely with industry to help shape the most appropriate courses as we strive to provide our students with the best possible chance of progression in the future, while making sure they fully enjoy their time at College.
Our staff, all of whom have strong industry grounding in their specialist subject, have high expectations of each of our students. We pride ourselves on our dedicated lecturers and support staff who help students overcome barriers to become a success on their course and develop as confident and empowered individuals.
The College recently received an employer satisfaction score of 95.8% which placed it in the top 5% of colleges in the country (FE Choices Employer Satisfaction Survey 2016).
International projects like this play a crucial role at the college in shaping and developing the young people and staff.

The objective of E-Juniors is to offer younger citizens – particularly those who are e-excluded – opportunities to improve their digital skills, by proposing activities in addition to formal academic studies. E-Juniors proposes activities aiming to encourage younger people to:
• Spend free time in a productive and useful way,
• Explore new applicable areas of interest
• Inspire creativity and enhance vocational skills
E-Juniors is also committed in promoting active citizenship among younger people and participated in several European initiatives proposing workshops to boost the social and political engagement of the youth in Europe. In particular, over the years the association has carried out actions both locally and at European level to raise awareness about the importance of the active participation in Europe and to promote the adhesion to the European values of democracy and brotherhood.


CARDET is one of the leading research and training centers in the eastern Mediterranean region with global expertise in project design and implementation, project management, training and e-learning. CARDET has completed numerous projects relating to the development of adult and vocational training initiatives in the areas of social work, innovation and entrepreneurship. Members of its team and board represent European and International Higher education institutions, training centers and international organizations, and have in-depth knowledge of the adult training sector and financial literacy area while CARDET focuses in the promotion of social justice and social progress. CARDET brings together an international team of experts with decades of global expertise in adult training, capacity building, curriculum development, social entrepreneurship, vocational training, design thinking, innovation, education research, evaluation, and human resource development. Members of the CARDET team have successfully participated in more than 100 projects in more than 30 countries, several of which were supported by the European Commission, the United Nations Development Program, Microsoft, The Commonwealth of Learning, international agencies and governments from around the world. One of our core-strengths is our ability to carefully plan, implement, execute and evaluate projects in various contexts.