The international conference “Potentials & Limitations of Subnational Solutions to the Migrant Crisis” brings together mayors and local representatives, EU policy makers, civil society and scholars to discuss and envision local-level responses to challenges connected to increasing flows of migrants and refugees in the EU. Read More International Conference: Potentials & Limitations of Subnational Responses to the…
How to build on the work we have done this far, supported by the Erasmus+ programme? We identify strengths and weaknesses stemming from the funding framework, seeking to increase our work’s impact. Read More Life beyond EU Funding: Reports from the field
A discussion on the practices of UNOY and on the state of funding of youth organisations in the European Union Read More Interview with Livio Liechti – Partnership Coordinator at United Network of Young Peacebuilders
The first step towards understanding young citizens’ strengths and possibilities nowadays was made during the multipliers event of the ENGAGE project. Read More ENGAGE Open Event – From Vision to Action
Training Course, 9-15 September 2019, Marina di Cinisi, Italy By Martha Polychronopoulou The iCitizen Training course really gave me inspiration.My participation in this training it was a great opportunity for me to be more open–minded and active as European citizen. Through exercises like role playing, creation and implementation of a social campaign and sharing good practices through study visit…
Through a series of meetings, training, cultural activities and policy conferences, partner organisations of The Citizens Are United project collectively put together a series of policy recommendations Read More The Citizens Are United (TCAU): Recommendations for Addressing Stigmatisation of Migrants
Inter Alia, in cooperation with the University of the Peloponnese, organised an international conference titled “Re-framing the Migrant Situation in Europe. Critical Issues in Policy-Making and Cross-disciplinary Approaches” Read More Conference Materials: Reframing the Migrant Situation in Europe (TCAU)
During 7-10 June 2019, Inter Alia organised and hosted the InterArts Long Term Joint Staff Training Activity of the InterArts: Youth Communities for Social Inclusion project. The participating organisations, Compagnia Virgilio Sieni (Italy), Zavod Nefiks (Slovenia), Asociacion Juvenil Teatral On&Off (Spain), Proposito Inadiavel (Portugal), Ars for Progress of People (Belgium) and Carpe Diem (Croatia), sent their representatives in order to acquire skills and tools and plan the next steps of the InterArts project….
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