- December 4, 2019
- best practice, Brussels, competences, Conference, Curriculum Guidelines 4.0, DG GROW, EASME, Erasmus+, Gregor Cerinšek, IRI UL, Knowledge Alliances, PEOPLE project, people-centred development approach, skills
PEOPLE has been acknowledged as best practice example by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) and DG GROW of the European Commission. PEOPLE is part of the initiative on “Curriculum Guidelines for Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMT)”, coordinated by PwC. In line w...
- November 9, 2019
- 2019, Brussels, Erasmus+, European University Business Forum, Gregor Cerinšek, Knowledge Alliance, Learning Cycles, PEOPLE project, Sara Arko, SKills mismatch, transferable skills, UBC, UBForum, university-business cooperation, workshop
PEOPLE project team members participated in the 8th European University Business Forum (UBForum), held on 24 and 25 October 2019 in Brussels. The UBForum explored the role of university-business cooperation for innovation in sustainable development and brought together some 400 policy makers, representatives of higher education institutions, busin...
- November 4, 2019
- CONFERENCES, Events
- EASA, EASA Applied Anthropology Network, Erasmus+, Knowledge Alliances, Marrije Prins, PEOPLE community, PEOPLE project, Sara Arko, Why the World Needs Anthropologists, workshop, WWNA
As the cherry on top and the grand finale of the project’s funding period, the PEOPLE team took part in the 7th Why the World Needs Anthropologists symposium in Oslo, Norway. Over the three days, we connected with and learned from researchers, practitioners, students, business and industry representatives, all invested in Sustaining Cities, the t...
- June 17, 2019
- CONFERENCES, Events
- Alliander, anthropology, applied anthropology, Atrij ZRC SAZU, Comtrade, design, emerging technologies, energy transition, Erasmus+, future mobility, future technologies, industry, IRI UL, Knowledge Alliances, Marko Javornik, Monash University, PEOPLE, PEOPLE project symposium, people-centred approaches, Peter Pos, Sarah Pink, social sciences, Voyego, ZRC SAZU
PEOPLE project symposium Forget about users – start thinking about people! Social sciences, humanities and industry co-creating technologies and services for the future Thursday, 4 July 2019, 12:30 pm – 4 pm Atrij ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana Human-centred design, people-centred development, UX, AI and ethics, autonomous vehicle...