LA SCHOLA PUERI CANTORES DE LA CATEDRAL DE GRANADA will represent us at the KAVALA INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL organized within the framework of our SINGING AND MAKING MELODY IN YOUR HEART project from May 6 to 11, 2020

Within the framework of the SINGING AND MAKING MELODY IN YOUR HEART Project, in which AIFED is a partner, SCHOLA PUERI CANTORES DE LA CATEDRAL DE GRANADA, will represent Spain at the International Festival in honor of the Apostle St. Paul and in commemoration of Mikis Theodorakis, from May 6 to 11, 2020. Very proud of your participation!



The project tries to analyze the new walls that today separate Europe, a Europe that overcame the Berlin wall and its fateful consequences and now faces new challenges that want to separate it again.

What do we have to fight to remain united? Are we being irresponsible to let people believe that the European Union is useless with the history of wars and ruptures behind us? What consequences will the new populisms and the resurgence of nationalisms?.

We hope to find answers throughout these two years and collaborate to the strength of a united Europe.


HOW TO MANAGE A CULTURALLY DIVERSE CLASSROOM ” A school for everyone” 5th to 9th August 2019

Thanks to all teachers from Norrskenets skola Boden, Sweden, who has attended in Granada the Training HOW TO MANAGE A CULTURALLY DIVERSE CLASSROOM ” A school for everyone”, organizing by AIFED


  • Relationships between teachers and students.
  • Teacher Behaviors in classroom.
  • Instructional Strategies.
  • Motivation.
  • Learning activities.
  • Creativity in the classroom.
  • Extra school activities.
  • Cloud Technologies FORMATION CONTENTS.
  • Relationships between teachers and students.
  • Teacher Behaviors in classroom.
  • Instructional Strategies.
  • Motivation.
  • Learning activities.
  • Creativity in the classroom.
  • Extra school activities.
  • Cloud technologies: RUBISTAR, GENIALLY, KAHOOT and SOCRATIVE.
  • Erasmus Plus and future collaboration.



The Superior Technical School of Architecture of Granada.

Organized by the Granada association AIFED, and within the framework of the European project SENIOR EDUCATORS IN ELBLAG, POLAND, this exhibition will be hung from April 1 till 30, 2020 at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Granada.

Elblag is a city placed in the North of Poland. It was razed to the ground in 1945, at the end of the II World War. While many Polish cities started to be reconstructed within few years after the war, Elblag had to wait more than fifty years for its Old Town and other historical buildings of the city deserved to be reconstructed. But it was worth the waiting. Why? Because that task was made under a breakthrough new concept in architecture: Retroversion.

It means to reconstruct those buildings on their own groundwork with almost the same heights and post modern style. This said, it is quite clear that the photographic exhibition we are working on, will show in a parallel way how was the old town of Elblag before the end of the war and how is nowadays. Some fifteen large size pictures, plotted and framed, that will be hung on the walls of an exceptional exhibition hall: The Superior Technical School of Architecture of Granada.

We are happy to announce that Project “Singing and Making Melody in your Heart” coordinated by Music High School of Kavala (Greece) and AIFED as partner has been approved.

Our schedule consists of four major Semesters, each of which has its distinct requirements and goals. During a Semester, teachers and students will have to conclude a specific programme (courses, workshops, educational programmes etc.), which is to be presented afterwards through a scientific conference and a festival. All programmes are addressed directly to the involved schools community, but also to the broader community through the mass media and social media.

Previously, the Committee had to answer the most crucial question: what does the entire European and much more the global community have in common, that already preexists in any local or regional environment and so it could be directly accessible? How any local cultural tradition could be the entrance to the history and culture of the whole humanity? Which monuments or historical figures of our Greco-Roman and Christian world could be presented as symbols of universal values? As the European school community living in the postmodern age do we need to rediscover, share and rethink of our ancient, medieval and modern heritage? However, we are looking for the meeting point of all cultures, the simplest international language. It is no other than the Art itself.

We are happy to announce the Project “Your Treasure – Our Treasure” coordinated by Kunszentmártoni Általános Muvelodési Központ, and AIFED as partner, has been approved

Main aims of the project:

  • To prepare the participating institutions for working with and engaging the elderly in a structured and conscious way
  • To acquire effective methods of discovering, raising awareness of and transmitting the values of older generations
  • To develop and expand the competences of our cultural professionals to enable them to:
    • Engage with the elderly,
    • To motivate the elderly to take advantage of non-formal learning opportunities
    • To apply the methods of experiential learning

Long term goals:

  • To develop a new strategy for collaborating with older people.
  • To develop an own method that reaches the elderly in general not only those with greater cultural.

We have presented the BVB Migration project to our project in KA2- youth entrepreneurship education in hospitality and tourism, in Vinnistsya, February 8th.

We have presented the BVB Migration project to our project in KA2- youth entrepreneurship education in hospitality and tourism, in Vinnistsya, February 8th.

Coordinator: International Youth Association "Quant", Partners: Cosvitec Societa Consortile ARL, Italy, Social Innovation Centre, Latvia, Development center Pangeya Ultima, Ukraine, Gyumri "Youth Initiative Centre" NGO ARMENIA.


Licenciado en Psicología por la Universidad de Granada es Máster en Direciión y Gestión de RR.HH. por la misma universidad, en la que también realizó el Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica.

Aporta al proyecto más de quince años de experiencia en el servicio Andaluz de Empleo atendiendo demandas de empleo, realizando itinerarios como orientador y formador.

Second Training of the WPL project – Workplace learning: what can we learn from each other in Solingen Germany

The week of the 14th to the 18th of January we have carried out the second training of the WORK PLACE LEARNING project, C2-activity KA2-WBL, in Solingen, Germany.

Our partners of the ZIB - Zentrum für Integration und Bildung - Solingen have shared with the rest of the partners their models of preparation and accompaniment to employment for people with difficulties of insertion in the labor market. It has been an interesting PEER - EVALUATION where all the partners have learned from the great strategies developed by ZIB in Solingen.

Thanks to the fantastic team of ZIB.

Happy of our new project coordinated by the Georgia Quant Association “Youth Entrepreneurship Education in Hospitality and Tourism”

The main objective of the project is to increase the capacities of partner organizations to provide non-formal training to young people that allows them to identify and develop small businesses that make use of the tourism potential of their community.

The specific objectives of the project are:

  1. Offer non-formal education in the field of tourism entrepreneurship for at least 180 young people from disadvantaged groups in rural and small communities in Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine through the organization of training workshops on non-formal education at the local level in each country;
  2. Offer young people skills that allow them to use existing digital methods to promote guest houses and small hotels by creating a manual available in the Georgian, Armenian, Ukrainian and English languages ​​that will be distributed among young people locally in each country and also be available online;
  3. Train 48 young people from rural and marginalized areas in Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine, Italy, Spain and Latvia to develop sustainable tourism businesses by creating a space where they will share innovative tourism ideas that take advantage of the potential of their region and create their own business plans in tourism by organizing a 10-day youth exchange that will take place in Telavi, Georgia;
  4. Foster cooperation and exchanges and increase the capacity of the partner organization in the field of business education for young people with a focus on tourism practices that make use of regional potential;
  5. Develop innovative methodologies for non-formal education and training curricula in the field of business tourism for young people adapted to the needs of small rural communities.

Soon we will be giving information and results of this very interesting project !!!