International Justice Projects

Superact have helped facilitate several high-profile projects in justice settings across Europe, leading on the PEETA pilot project which engaged with prisoners in Netherlands, Italy, Portugal, Austria and Turkey through a range of art forms. We continue to form links with the governing prison authorities across Europe, and recently met with an official from the prison service in Lithuania to discuss conducting work there in the future.

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Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness

What is SEPE?

Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness (SEPE) is a new BTEC qualification being offered by Edexcel and Superact.

The SEPE award is designed to help those who may find accessing traditional routes to employability challenging, to bui…


The Personal Effectiveness and Employability Through the Arts (PEETA) project involved the development, piloting and subsequent award of a new BTEC qualification known as Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness (SEPE). It was designed by Superact and the University…


Learning Possibilities in the Penal System (LPPS) was a Grundtvig Learning Partnership project which was delivered from 2010 - 2012 and saw Superact team up with partners from France, Germany and Italy to discuss strategies for learning in the justice system.

In open p…

IC Music

A 3 year project that completed in the Summer of 2014, the main goal of IC Music (International Cooperation through Music) was to create long lasting sustainable cross-border relationships amongst 8 venues and their nominated musicians from England, Belgium and France across a…

Supporting Single Parents (SUSIPE)

Supporting Single Parents (SUSIPE) was a Grundtvig partnership project formed under the Lifelong Learning Programme that completed in Spring 2014.

Superact was one of seven partners working on the initiative, the others being from Germany, Sweden, Spain, French Guyana …


Older entrepreneurs participating in the LET’s Project offer words of advice to those looking to start up a business.

This two year project finished in 2011 and was funded by the EU’s Lifelong Learning Program.

The project’s aim was to produce short films…


The objective of this initiative was to train adult learners through the artistic experience and consider ways to add value to theatre-based training, a crucial tool in aiding self-development. Thanks to the theatre workshops organized by the project team, participants were fr…


Alternative Techniques for Engaging with Disadvantaged Adult Learners (ATEDAL) is a Grundtvig Life Long Learning project funded by the European Union

The ATEDAL project aims to encourage more young adults from socially disadvantaged groups…


Project Details

In 2013, a group of 11 Italians came to observe our work and olearn about education and employment in the UK Justice system. They were here for 3 days and spent the first 2 at Dartmoor prison where we ran a workshop with Moss & …

On the Move

Running from 2014 to 2016, On the Move will research and collate the best examples of effective careers and development guidance in Europe. The project will ultimately support adults looking to boost their employment status by getting in to work, training or finding a more re…

New Employment Skills for Women in India

Superact's innovative new skills project using music and the arts to support women in to the labour market launched in Mumbai the Autumn of 2014.

The New Employment Skills for India (NESI)