The booklet LET’S ACT presents the conclusions of a ERASMUS+ mobility of youth workers - training course, involving N. 46 youth workers from Lebanon, Tunisia, Turkey, Morocco, Jordan, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, UK, Egypt, Romania, Lithuania. The training course has been held in Caltanissetta from 24 to 30 October 2014, coordinated by PRISM-Promozione Interanzionale Sicilia-Mondo in cooperation with Associação Animam Viventem, Professional Forum for Education, Asociación Cazalla Intercultural, World Peace Initiative Ltd, Asociatia B-Right Media, Vsi Galvocius, Club Culturel Ali Belhouane Tunis, Forum Connecting Cultures, Training Without Borders, Chabibeh Sporting Club, COM Youth Club, Save Youth Future Society, Youth Spirit Center.
The purpose of this survey is to gauge public opinion of European Citizens on current challenges, strategic priorities & key actions for the development of a common EU Policy in the areas of asylum and migration. Another aim is to understand perceptions and attitudes of citizens towards migrants, immigrants and refugees and towards various migration policy options, and to understand the awareness and knowledge about the phenomenon and the “new multicultural scenario”. The survey is conducted in the frame of the project "Migrations, Integration and Co-Development in Europe" co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Program of the European Union."
Erasmus+ KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - Capacity Building for Youth in ACP countries, Latin America and Asia.
Project title: The Young Side of the Moon
Organizations involved: Italy - PRISM Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo, Kenya - Resource hub for development, Vietnam - Volunteers for community development and environment education, Cyprus - DOREA Educational Institue WTF, India - NewBeginnings Charitable Trust, Latvia - Jaunatnes iniciativu centrs, Greece - INTER ALIA, Senegal - Federation Dimbaya Kagnalen.
Al via il progetto “The Young Side of the Moon”, finanziato dalla Commissione Europea attraverso il programma ERASMUS+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - Capacity Building in the field of youth.
Il progetto mira a promuovere la cooperazione nel settore della gioventù tra organizzazioni provenienti da diversi contesti del Mondo, coinvolgendo ONG, enti locali e organizzazioni no-profit provenienti da Italia, Senegal, Kenya, India, Vietnam, Lettonia, Grecia e Cipro. Il primo appuntamento è un corso di formazione sul “Project Cycle Management” e il “Community Development” rivolto ad operatori giovanili delle organizzazioni partner, che verrà ospitato a Caltanissetta dal 20 al 28 Febbraio 2015.
The project “Migrations, Integration and Co-Development in Europe” isfunded with the support of the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union under the Civil Society actions. Itencourages an intercultural dialogue between civil society organizations and citizens from different countries and living communities in Europe to express their views about EU policies related to migration and asylum and more broadly, about priorities and strategic actions needed to face common and current challenges in this field. Through a bottom up approach the project involves citizens and members from civil society organisations, local authorities, educational, cultural or research institutions, town-twinning committees and networks that are active in the migration and asylum field.
Venue: Rotterdam – The Netherlands
Dates: 19-23 January 2015
Objectives of the seminar:
- To articulate a manifest of criteria for improving the quality of activities focused on youth employment and access to formal education.
- To increase awareness of potential methodologies in non formal education
- To reflect on European good practices and converting this experience in new initiatives
24-30 October 2014
Italy, Lithuania, Romania, The Netherlands, Latvia, Bulgaria and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Arts and non-formal education
Social and cultural entrepreneurship
4-10 November 2014
Lebanon, Tunisia, Turkey, Morocco, Jordan, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, UK, Egypt, Palestine, Romania, Lithuania
Culture of peace and nonviolent community development
Youth work in the Euro-Mediterranean region