The next generation of low consumption lighting systems is set to slash energy consumption in Europe. New developments, such as organic LEDs, could result in huge energy savings.

According to the project, lighting now accounts for a quarter of Europe's total energy consumption. Development of alternative lighting systems with greater energy efficiency will have an important impact on European energy consumption.

While current low energy and longer-life light bulbs offer energy savings by comparison with incandescent bulbs, they have drawbacks. In particular, hazardous materials, such as mercury, prevents such bulbs from being viable long-term solutions. Fortunately extensive research into low-energy lighting has uncovered new technologies that could revolutionise the sector.
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs)

Looking for international project for a partnership building ctivity: "Don´t forget and take responsibility: Reconciliation and Civil Society Development in Europe"

The Partnership Building Activity in Bratunac (close to Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina) with the title "Don´t forget and take responsibility: Reconciliation and Civil Society Development in Europe" is aimed to gather together youth workers from programme countries (EU) and partner countries from SEE to create and build stable partnerships for common and future intercultural youth projects, particularly for such that are related to reconciliation processes and civil society development. The project will offer time and space to organisations from programme countries (EU) and neighbouring partner countries from South Eastern Europe (SEE)

The North-South Centre Training Course for Global Youth Work is a week long training course for a maximum of 30 representatives of youth organisations from the different continents and regions of the world. The course is organised under the framework of the joint Management Agreement between the European Commission - EuropeAid Co-operation Office and the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe and will be implemented in co-operation with the Members of International Co-ordination Meeting of Youth Organisations (ICMYO).

Place: island of Serifos, Greece
Dates: 22nd - 30th of September, 2009
Type of project: Long Term Training Course
Participants from: All program countries and Mediterranean countries
Number of participants: 24

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This TC is a long term training course project oriented based on 3 steps that will offer all participants learning by doing training, directly linked to the Greek Islands reality.

* 1st step: Training course on the island of Serifos (Northern Cyclades) 22nd to 30th September 2009
* 2nd step: Practical Phase (Run from the end of the T.C. until the evaluation in 2010): Coaching participants and their project.
* 3rd step: Evaluation - Greece, September 2010.

A new website for L'en-jeux is here!

L'en-jeux is a non-profit French organization, a member of the Palestinian network of Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures. The association aims to become a benchmark in terms of quality teaching, educational and therapeutic impact in its field. Our aim is to become a model for the use of fixed and mobile units for effective education and mental health through art and play.