Target Groups 

Direct target groups

  • University students;
  • Professors and academic personnel;
  • University counselors and program directors;
  • University administration and regulatory bodies;
  • Wider academic community.

Indirect target groups:

  • Educators and education centers in the field of sustainable development;
  • Policy makers and stakeholders dealing with Just Transition;
  • Association of green enterprises
  • Public companies in energy sector;
  • Ministries of environment and growth;
  • DG Energy and DG Environment.

Work packages

  • Work package n°1 ‘Project Management’
  • Work package n°2 – JUST4ALL Policy recommendations and best practices toolkit
  • Work package n°3 – JUST4ALL e-platform and teaching and learning material
  • Work package n°4 – JUST4ALL virtual intensive course
  • Work package n°5 – JUST4ALL Dissemination and Sustainability

Coordinator

University of National and World Economy

The University of National and World Economy (Bulgarian: Университет за национално и световно стопанство) is a public research university in Sofia, Bulgaria.

UNWE was founded in 1920 as the Free University of Political and Economic Sciences (FUPES) by Stefan Bobchev and the Russian emigre Peter Bogaevsky with ordinance of the Minister of Public Education. In 1940 FUPES was transformed into the State Higher Education School of Finance and Administrative Sciences (SHESFA) and in 1947 SHESFA was transformed into a Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences at Sofia University.

Partners

University of Peloponnese

The University of the Peloponnese is a modern, multidisciplinary, regional and multi-campus university. It was established in

2000, it accepted its first students in 2002. The university is developed in the five Capitals of Prefectures of the

Peloponnese Region (Tripolis, Corinth, Nafplion, Sparta, Kalamata) and Patra.

University of Western Macedonia

The University of Western Macedonia was founded in Kozani in 2003, under the Presidential Decree No. 92 / 11-4-2003. The first members of the Interim University Administration / Body were appointed under the Ministerial Decision F. 120.61 / 132/61865 / B2 / 25.6.2003.

In 2015, after the first elections for a Rector, the University of Western Macedonia became a self-governing institution, and ran courses in 2 cities, Kozani and Florina, with 3 Schools and 6 Departments.

Neapolis University Pafos

Neapolis University Pafos (aka Neapolis or NUP) is a fully licensed and accredited by the authorities of the Republic of Cyprus University, with tangible goals to grow in size and excel academically. Our long-term strategy, therefore, aims at achieving this vision. Our big challenge is to consider the most appropriate way to expand and the expansion is likely to come mostly from other programs taught in the English language and students from outside Cyprus/Greece. NUP is a full member of the European University Association (EUA) as well as the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE).

SYNCNIFY

Syncnify is a Paris-based consulting agency aiming to develop innovative solutions to real-time challenges with a strong economic, social and political footprint by forming strategic partnerships and fostering synchronized multilateral action.

Although recently developed, Syncnify has already developed a wide network of collaborators and peers across the EU and provides innovative solutions to a wide range of business stakeholders, national – international public entities, research institutions and CSOs.

University of Burgos

The University of Burgos (in Spanish: Universidad de Burgos and often abbreviated UBU) is a public university in the Spanish city of Burgos with about 10,000 students studying over 30 different undergraduate degrees, over 20 PhD Programmes, as well as several Official Masters and other graduate courses.

The University of Burgos was founded in 1994 when it was segregated from the University of Valladolid. Since then it has grown and developed new academic fields placing it in a prominent position among Spanish Universities. From 1994 to 1997 it was governed by a management committee, chaired by Professor of Valladolid Dr. Marcos Sacristán Represa. Its first president was Professor Dr. José María Leal Villalba, from 1997 to 2008. His successor was Dr. Alfonso Murillo Villar.

University of Niš

The University of Niš (Serbian: Универзитет у Нишу, romanized: Univerzitet u Nišu) is a public university in Serbia. It was founded in 1965 and consists of 13 faculties with 1,492 academic staff and around 20,500 students (as of 2018–19 school year). Since its founding, the university diploma has been acquired by more than 50,000 students, including 1,300 foreigners.[citation needed]

It has a university library “Nikola Tesla”; the Faculty of Technology is located in Leskovac, Pedagogy Faculty in Vranje and Agriculture Faculty in Kruševac.