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.
Erasmus+ programme for education, training, youth and sport - Mobility of youth workers – Training Course
Venue: Caltanissetta, Italy
Dates: 17-23 September 2015
Participants: N. 33 youth workers from EU and Western Balkans countries (Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Kosovo, The Netherlands, Lithuania, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia).
Hosting organization: PRISM-Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo
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“ALO!” is a civic project aiming at utilizing small community structure and dynamics for enhancing accessibility and effectiveness of allocation of EU resources. It will be conducted in a period of 18 months starting from August 2015 by 6 civil society organizations, involving 600 participants and volunteers from 4 EU member states & 2 EU candidate states with severe problems with corruption and equal transparency scores: Greece, Italy, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, F.Y.Ro.Macedonia (Transparency International, 2014).
Our deepest thanks to the brothers and sisters from Resource Hub For Development (Kenya). Our true gratitude to Mr Amos Oketch Odera, Mr Peter Kosgey Okeyo, Ms Omole Adual Gaudensia, Ms Otwaroh Akinyi Ruth and all the RHD members Omole Gaudensia, Omutelema Lois, Mibei Bavelyne, Mirikau Ernest, Paul Andega, Otwaro Ruth, Akuma Peter, Okoo Christopher, Obonyo David, Ogola Erick.
The international seminar is organized in the frame of the project “Migration, integration and co-development in Europe. The project is co-funded by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union - Action: 2.3 – Civil society projects – and it encourages an intercultural dialogue between civil society organizations and citizens from different EU countries and living communities to express their views about EU policies related to migration and asylum and more broadly, about the key priorities and strategic actions needed to face common and current challenges.
Project title: "Sustain Your Life through Social Entrepreneurship"
Project coordinator: PRISM - Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo - Italy, Caltanissetta
- Società Consortile Rocca di Cerere - Italy, Enna
- Consulta Europa - Spain, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
- Hogeschool Rotterdam - The Netherlands, Rotterdam
- Asociatia Dominou - Romania, Craiova
- Freguesia de Cascais e Estoril - Portugal, Cascais
- VIKO Vilniaus Kolegija - Lithuania, Vilnius