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Culpeer Target Groups

The project is addressed to:
- Educators
- Adult educators staff
- Marginalised young people

Culpeer Outputs


Guidelines and didactic concept

A set of guidelines with an overview of the digital concepts and online formats for cultural peer-learning activities.


E-Learning course on digital culture and peer learning approaches

An online course focusing on special issues of the cultural peer-learning approach


Best Practices

A database of best practices in each partner country.

The Culpeer project is funded, by the European Commission through the German National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme

Culpeer Digital Partnership


Partners meeting in Ljubljana

Date: 15-12-2022
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

The partners of the Culpeer Digital project met in Ljubljana on 15 - 16 December 2022.
Partners had the chance to finalise the Guidelines of the IO1 and the contents of the online course.
Moreover, partners plan the activities related to the IO5 - Best Practices which will be developed throughout the next year.

Partners meeting in Sofia

Date: 29-09-2022
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

The partners of the Culpeer Digital project met in Sofia on 29 - 30 September 2022. During the meeting project partners had the chance to review the work done for each Module of the Guidelines.
Moreover, partners could review the first draft of the online course, in order to be finalised in the next months.
Finally, the project website was presented.

Partners meeting in Hamburg

Date: 16-05-2022
Location: Hamburg, Germany

The partners of the Culpeer Digital project met in Hamburg on 16 - 17 May 2022. The meeting was a perfect moment to meet each other in person for the first time and start working practically on the Guidelines of IO1 and think of the structure of the online course (IO2).