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Erasmus Programme

Collaborating with European Partners

CDI has been involved in a number of EU projects and is always interested in hearing from potential partners in other EU partners that are interested in collaborating on innovative projects that are looking to improve outcomes for children and families. 


Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth, and sport in Europe. It has a budget of around €26.2 billion.

Spotlight on an Erasmus+ Project CDI has been involved in

TReP (Professional Training in Restorative Practices) is a project that was implemented through an international partnership between CDI, SOS Malta (Lead Partner), SGM Solutions & Global Media GmbH (Berlin), Partners Bulgaria Foundation, Malta College of Arts Science and Technology, and BrainShuttle (Tenerife). The Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union funded the project. 

The project created and tested a part-time online training course in Restorative Practices for a Level 5 Undergraduate Certificate. This course aimed to promote alternative conflict resolution and management procedures and restorative methods to help prevent conflicts and minimise the occurrence of bullying, aggression, violence, and other behaviours identified as risk factors. 

The project started in September 2018 and eighteen people completed the TReP course, which took place over 10 months, and received ECAS Level 5 Certificates