Disability impacts a large number of people – approx. 18% of the working-age population in the EU and it affects a wide range of socioeconomic outcomes. The ‘EU Pillar of social rights’ supports ‘the right to quality and inclusive education, training and LLL in order to maintain and acquire skills that enable everyone to participate fully in society and manage successful transitions in the labour market’, as well as the right of disabled people to have access to ‘… services that enable them to participate in the labour market and in society, and a work environment adapted to their needs.
The ALL43D project aims to equip educators/VET trainers or any other professionals working with young people with disabilities to upgrade their professional profiles concerning the introduction of emerging technologies in education, especially 3D Modeling, Design and Printing linked to social entrepreneurial skills for sustainable development and green transition.
In particular, this project has the following objectives: