STRENGTHENING OF NETWORKS OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS FOR PUBLIC ADVOCACY ON CHILDREN’S ISSUES
Project financed by the European Commission’s development funds to strengthen the work of the Collaborative Network of CSOs on children in Chile, its advocacy and impact capacities. To be implemented in Chile between 2022 and 2024.
A project funded by the Erasmus+ programme which aims to support Higher Education institutions in the implementation of an effective internal quality management system through the design of a set of harmonised quality indicators at European level..
A project to help young Europeans become digitally resilient citizens and address some of the upcoming digital challenges by implementing a multimedia communication campaign. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme running from 2021 to 2023.
This Erasmus+ funded project works for one year on the inclusion of migrants from Latin America and the Caribbean in the European labour market through research activities and online trainings.
TACC – TAKE ACTION, CREATE THE CHANGE
Funded by the Erasmus+ programme in the framework of the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027, this is a project aiming to promote civic participation and civic engagement of young people, in particular those at risk of social exclusion. Running between
VIP VALUES- ICT SKILLS FOR PEACE
Funded by the Erasmus+ programme in the framework of the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027, this is a project aiming to promote civic participation and civic engagement of young people, in particular those at risk of social exclusion.
“SPILIA – Practising philosophy on European values with students aged 10-12” is an Erasmus+ funded project that between 2020 and 2023 works with teachers and pupils in schools in the project partner countries to organise philosophy workshops around the values of the European Union.
How to deal with the spread and uprising of Euroscepticism within European countries and citizens? How can confrontation and debate between young citizens promote a better mutual understanding about European values and policies? This project, funded by the program Europe for Citizens, was designed to tackle these questions.
This project was framed within the still active initiative of moverope! The project supported the main objective of this initiative which is to promote the access of young refugees to mobility programmes in the European area through the European Comission’s Erasmus + programme.
“SEIS – Social Entrepreneurship and Innovative Solutions” main objective is to promote social entrepreneurship among young people using new technologies. Funded by the Erasmus+ program and implemented between 2019 and 2022, the project created didactic and digital tools for training in the field of social entrepreneurship.
This project, funded by Erasmus+, helped universities in their efforts to improve the quality of education by adapting curricula to the so-called soft skills, the most sought-after transversal skills in the labour market.
“Digit Fit – Fostering Healthy Digital Habits for Young People” was a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme to combat the negative impacts of Internet dependency on young people’s mental health.
Digital Memories was a project funded by the European Research Council, carried out at KU Leuven. It aimed to provide a theoretical model for analysing traumatic events that take on a global dimension in digital environments, bringing together the perspectives of memory studies, cultural studies, media studies, law, sociology, visual culture and history.
“EUSRExcel – Towards a European University Social Responsibility Excellence Award” was born to continue working, thanks to the Erasmus+ programme, in the framework of University Social Responsibility, this time developing a system of uniform indicators and a quality seal that allows the evaluation and certification of European universities.
It was a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme to contribute to the reduction of the unemployment rate among graduates through the creation of an online platform for training in various soft skills and non-cognitive competences.
USR-NET is the European Network of Socially Responsible Universities, a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme to support the implementation of the necessary reforms in universities to make them socially responsible.
The Employability Skills 4 Youth (ES4Y) project worked on the empowerment of 10 youth organisations through a series of inclusive mobility initiatives aimed at developing experiential and non-formal learning methods with young people in vulnerable situations, framed in the implementation of the “Europe 2020” strategy, which aimed at fighting poverty and social exclusion of young people.
“Arapoty – Strengthening of public institutions and civil society for the promotion, prevention and comprehensive protection of children and adolescents victimised by human trafficking” was funded by the European Commission’s EuropeAid programme and implemented in Caaguazú, Itapúa, Ñeembucú, Central and the city of Asunción (Paraguay).
HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS IN MEXICO
The project, financed by the European Instrument for the Promotion of Democracy and Human Rights of the European Commission, developed training and awareness-raising activities on the reality experienced by human rights defenders in Mexico, working with 40 defenders in the states of Guerrero, Oaxaca, Baja California and the Federal District.
EN CLAVE FAMILIAR
This project, financed by European development funds, contributed to the design and development of family life projects from a gender and human rights perspective in families linked to the El Molino Rehabilitation Centre in Uruguay, enabling the development of socio-community networks for access to health services, education, culture, etc., during and after the time of deprivation of liberty.
“Municipaz – Strengthening the capacities of local governments in citizen participation processes for a culture of peace”, financed by EC development funds, was implemented in the municipalities of Delgado and Cuscatancingo in El Salvador.