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Welcome to ALIISA-project website!

On this website you can find information on the ALIISA Erasmus+ project All in – International Inclusive Society in Arts (ALIISA)
1.9.2020-31.8.2023

Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education
2020-1-FI01-KA201-066460

The aim of the ALIISA project is to meet the development needs of general education with an international continuing education model.
ALIISA is an innovation and development project for inclusive art pedagogy in international cooperation:

  • improvement the social significance of art and its role in promoting social inclusion and well-being
  • developing pedagogical attitudes and skills
  • improvement the quality of art pedagogical teaching and ensure the availability of qualified professionals on the field of general and art education

-> Dissemination of good practices in inclusive art pedagogy

Cooperation between higher education and general education / general art education is a major starting point for the project. By strategic partnership ALIISA Project implements the social mission and responsibility of increasing well-being through art and cultural activities. 

>> See the entirety of the ALIISA project here (PDF).

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Savonia University of Applied Sciences

Savonia is one of the largest and most versatile Universities of Applied Sciences in Finland. Our organization of experts educates strong professionals in six different fields of study. Our campuses are located in Kuopio, Iisalmi and Varkaus.

Savonia UAS wishes to serve the surrounding work life actively. Savonia UAS is profiled by its focus areas. Each focus area contains both basic and higher university of applied sciences education, diverse RDI activities and strong business activities. The manager of the ltd and the President of Savonia UAS is Mrs Mervi Vidgrén.

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