Xul Foundation is the coordinator of “Improve: Preventing low reading interest application” funded by Erasmus+ KA220-SCH - Cooperative partnerships in school education. The main objective of this project is to enhance the interest in reading among young people by using innovative teaching methods and encouraging pupils' desire to read. The project has a duration of 24 months and involves eight European partners.

Crossroads Europe

This European project aims to mobilize the debate on the future of Europe among local stakeholders, which will participate in living labs about climate change, global Europe, democracy and security & freedom. Xul Foundation will carry out a living lab in Córdoba (Spain) to discuss democracy.


XUL Foundation has been in charge of communication and dissemination of this European project whose objective was to give teachers and students the opportunity to have the digital skills and competences needed in the academic and professional fields of the 21st century.