European Projects

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2019 - 2021

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"I can choose to say no"

This two-year project (from 2019 until 2021), co-financed by the European Union, in collaboration with organizations from Serbia, Croatia and Hungary, seeks to prevent the normalization of violence in social media platforms, especially online sexual harassment and teen dating violence. The main goal is to give visibility and put violence that occurs through social networks in the spotlight, without trivializing it or despising its power just because it is not exercised through direct contact.

Our target group are young people between 15 and 19 years old, so that the problem can be made known during the time in which they begin to form their first love relationships.

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2018 - 2019

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Ambassadors of
Love & Respect

The aim of this project was to empower and train young volunteers who decided to be part of an awareness and prevention online campaign about Teen Dating Violence (TDV) as peer educators and so-called Ambassadors of Love & Respect. The goal of this campaign was twofold: first, awareness raising on TDV in everyday life, hence covering phenomena such as physical violence, emotional violence, verbal violence, sexual violence, financial violence, digital violence and stalking; second, promoting the principles of healthy relationships.

This project was funded by the Programme Erasmus + of the European Commission.

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2017 - 2019

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Love & Respect:

Prevention of Violence in Adolescent Couples

In the absence of a systemic approach to the phenomenon of violence in adolescent couples (Teen Dating Violence) in its different expressions: physical violence, psychological violence, sexual violence, digital violence and harassment, this project was a first effort to fill this gap, approach young people using the same communication channels they use, training and empowerment of young volunteers who have easy access and reach others and through a campaign of positive examples and awareness, which helped them to change their perceptions on the subject and change their ways of acting in intimate relationships towards a model of respectful and healthy interpersonal and social relationships. This project was funded by the European Commission's Erasmus+ Key Action 2 programme.

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2016 - 2018

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Urban Regeneration: European Network of Towns

This was a Project of mutual learning and exchange between different European cities suffering from the same social problem: alarming levels of urban fragmentation, inequality and structural socio-spatial divisions within our cities, feeding extremism and radicalization which, in turn, feed growing fear of immigration and, Eurosceptic attitudes. The project also aimed at raising awareness on the importance of creating new connections between inhabitants of marginalized neighborhoods and those of central areas as a way to bring them together to discover common ground. Finally, it also aimed at establishing a long-lasting thematic network of cities that are strongly active and committed as key players in Europe.

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2016 - 2017

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Net or Neet: Networks to prevent school dropout & promote innovative educational techniques

The Net-or-Neetproject aimed at the creation of a network of multiple types of actors for the identification of aspects leading to early school leaving, and for the promotion of the exchange of best practices and tools, both formal and non-formal education, on the prevention of early school leaving and on job orientation from the age of 14.This project was funded by the European Commission's Erasmus + Programme.

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2015 - 2017

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And how do you flirt? European Flirt Expert

This project had two main objectives: to help build healthy relationships between teenagers, as well as positive sexuality and to become aware that abusive relationships not only produce enormous harm to another person, but in many cases are also illegal. This second objective sought to prevent undesirable situations. The project as a whole aimed at delineating a more integral conception of what sexual education should be that helps to encourage the development of positive ways of dealing with affective-sexual relationships.

This project was funded by the EuropeanCommission's Erasmus+ Programme.

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2013 - 2015

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Oral culture, bridge between the past & the future

This Grundtvig Learning Partnership project aimed to review oral culture products (proverbs, sayings, etc.) from the four partner countries (Turkey, Austria, Germany and Spain) and generate a usable knowledge base on oral culture, its socio-cultural context, its social implications, and its transmission.

This project was part of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union and co-financed by the Organismo Autónomo de Programas Educativos Europeos (OAPEE).

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Eyes: European Youth environmental sentinels

This project has given young people from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to interact, share knowledge and discuss health promotion and environmental protection. To this end, "sentinels" were formed to preserve the environment and raise awareness of the health implications of pollution.

This project was funded by the Erasmus+, Youth in Action Programme.

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T-Trust: Training on Techniques & Research on unemployment , school leaving on teenagers

The t-Trust project aimed at promoting the exchange of best practices, tools, methodologies and systems, both formal and non-formal, on the prevention of early school leaving. This project was financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

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Wosocoop: Working on social cooperation

The WOSOCOOP-Work of social cooperation project aimed at combating youth unemployment by promoting the participation and inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities. This project was financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

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2011 - 2013

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Mentors retrain adults with inclusion problems & no
basic qualifications

The objective of this Grundtvig Learning Partnership was to contribute to the development of a European continuous active learning environment capable of helping to develop skills, experience and abilities for people without basic qualifications and/or at risk of social exclusion through the exchange of knowledge between a continuous active learning environment and areas at risk and an intergenerational dialogue with mentors exchanging their professional knowledge and experiences. This project was part of the Lifelong Learning Programmeof the European Union and co-financed by the Organismo Autónomo de Programas Educativos Europeos (OAPEE).

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