Agora Institute for Knowledge Management is a private company with its core expertise in designing and implementing international multilateral projects in the fields of innovation and education. Our competences cover the whole project lifecycle, from proposal drafting and project acquisition to implementation, dissemination, exploitation and quality assessment.
Agora Institute provides professional expertise on various areas, namely intellectual property and knowledge management, internationalisation, collaborative research, quality assessment, and organisational development to help education institutions and other social and economic actors achieve greater excellence, navigate change, and drive more powerful partnerships at the national, regional and international levels.
We are inspired by multicultural values, integrating interdisciplinary and holistic approaches into our services. Our interventions are carefully shaped to the target context, pursuing a real change at the individual, organisational and community levels, and endorsing the fundamental principles of human rights and inclusive development that are embedded into the 2030 Development Agenda and the EU policies for sustainable and inclusive growth.
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Agora institute has organized a successful training workshop on quality assurance strategic planning on 14-15 November at Battambang University Cambodia within the frame of the Erasmus plus funded project SICA. The purpose of the workshop was to introduce the participants to strategic planning processes and to coach Cambodian universities working groups during the development of their strategic plans. The training workshop has been attended by up to 25 trainees from 6 Cambodian universities’ and the national quality agency.
The Meeting of the Steering Committee of HR4ASIA project was hosted by Agora Institute in Alicante-Spain on 26 & 27 March 2019 with the participation of all the project representatives from South East Asia. During the meeting, the results of six month’s work of the HR working Groups were presented, as well as the prospects for further development of the project.
Project Beneficiaries also provided their feedback on the work of the Project and defined priorities for the work in 2019.
PSC members unanimously accepted the Report on the activities implemented in the 2018, and the Plan of Actions. The next meeting of the Steering Committee of the HR4ASIA will be held in In Vietnam in October 2019.
Agora Institute has joined the regional conference on ‘Human Resources Management in Higher Education’ held in Bangkok, Thailand on 26 October 2018. This ASEAN conference was a unique juncture for HR professionals and people managers in Asian and Europe to debate on HR function in HE as well as a platform to exchange ideas and good practices on HRM. More than one hundred participants from the Asean has joined this event. The main topic addressed was: HR strategies and policies, Recruitment and retention and Workforce planning in Universities.
Agora Institute participated in the SICA Kick Off Meeting held on 7 & 8 of June 2018 in Phnom Penh (Cambodia). Delegates from 6 Cambodian universities and 3 European universities from Romania, Lithuania and Sweden met to celebrate the Kick Off Meeting of the this new Cambodian national wide initiative. SICA project is part of the Capacity Building Higher Education initiative, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and coordinated by the Royal University of Phnom Penh .
The new action proposes a sound scheme of activities and capacity building actions to contribute to Cambodian Higher Education Vision 2030 through the improvement of internal Quality Assurance in Cambodian universities and the promotion of quality assurance culture in Cambodian Higher education system.
Agora Institute participated at HR4ASIA Steering Committee On 7-9 May 2018 Vilnius,Lithuania. This meeting was implemented as a part of the Erasmus+ Capacity building project “Strategic Human Resources Management for Southeast Asian Universities (HR4ASIA)” aimed at providing relevant know-how in preparation for modernizing different aspects of human resources management at Southeast Asian Universities.
The Steering committe meeting was organized in order to discuss further implementation and upcoming activities in the second half of the project . Moreover, the members assessed the quality of the implemented activities and project outputs during the first project midterm. The meeting was attended by representatives form Vietnam , Cambodia, Laos, Thailand , Portugal, Spain, Lithuania and Italy.
Agora Institute participated at the Strategic IP Management for Effective R&I in Asian Higher Education(SPIRE project) kick off meeting held from May 10th to May 13th, 2017 at , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In addition to Agora representative, total of 24 participants from 11 universities attended the meeting where they planned and discussed the SPIRE Project objectives and workplan.
This new ASEAN initiative is part of the Capacity Building Higher Education initiative, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and coordinated by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
SPIRE project overall objective is contributing to the effectiveness of R&I management at the PC HEIs by enhancing IP capacities in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand.
Agora Institute participated at the kick-off meeting of the Hub4Growth project held in Hanoi on September 19-21 The meeting gathered all project representatives from Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal ,Mongolia, UK and Lithuania and was focused on the exchange of information and experiences about university-enterprise cooperation at the partner Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The meeting facilitated a lively debate about how to deal with this relevant issue for the advancement of HEIs in Asia in the upcoming years as well as the implementation of the project action plan for the next three years.
Agora Institute participated in the launch ceremony of the MED-HEALTH initiative held on 25 &26 February 2016 in Amman (Jordan). Representatives of 13 Universities and NGOs from Palestine, Tunisia, Jordan, Spain and UK joined this important event to formalise the alliance and to plan the implementation of this innovative regional initiative. The overall objective of MED-HEALTH is building up South Mediterranean HEIs’ competences in the field of Public Health to improve public health performance, employment & development perspectives in the region.The action is part of the Capacity Building Higher Education initiative, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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