The project

This project will address as a priority a transition to digital transformation promoting development, resilience and digital capabilities with the following approaches: Nutrition; wellness; gender equality; and Fact-checking, lines of research and action that are deserving of financial support due to their undoubted social interest, since they have allowed the configuration of a multidisciplinary project with concrete and practical applied results that bring together various cooperative approaches to provide new knowledge in the field that combines initiatives underway at the UCM and has an impact on the development of innovative techniques.

The project will support the digital transformation plans of the higher education institutions involved and the related associations to effectively manage the transition towards digital education on Fact-Checking; Nutritional health and wellness (wellness), to guarantee a healthy life, promoting healthy habits, within an emotional and psychological harmony that is part of the SDG agenda.

A fundamental strategy to get the objectives of the project will be the construction of an interconnected system of higher education specialized in media literacy and the fight against misinformation, providing a platform for verification and detection of fake news. In this line, training programs will be created which will promote the participation of those involved such as: Universities at a European level (UCM-UAH-UNL) and knowledge centers such as: Center for Knowledge Management-North Macedonia; Community Foundation of Agrigento-Italy; ACEEU GmbH- Germany, specialized partners in the field of action and training.

The main partners and the associates will promote common values, social and civic commitments, through formal and non-formal learning activities; awareness campaigns and an interactive platform for the participation of people in democratic and inclusive life against disinformation, with a cooperation network made up of professionals, experts in nutrition and digital communication, thus promoting actions for the inclusion and participation of students and teachers, with a gender equality perspective and will address the differences in relation to access and use by underrepresented groups.

This project will face the change of habits from an integral perspective, attending to the most important aspects to acquire a full and healthy life. Good nutrition, emotions, well-being and exercise are some of the many things that we will work on in this program, whose purpose is to accompany a process of change, guiding teachers and university students who have seen their health and well-being violated due to the misinformation, all this in accordance with the health SDGs and the use of European frameworks on the digital competences of educators, citizens and organizations.