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Exploring Links between Trafficking and Labour Discussing Migration and Gender in the Context of a Pandemic
On the 10th of December, CESIE together with its project partners organised the Final Conference of the Tolerant project in order to present project’s main findings and foster international dialogue about social and labour integration of victims of trafficking.
Which are the fundamental competences to work in the agri-food sector and which is the outlook in terms of growth? In the last months, various interviews have been carried out with relevant stakeholders and numerous inspiring contributions have been collected. Today, here an extract of an exciting conversation with Ms. Roberta Urso – national association “Le Donne del Vino” – delegate for the Region of Sicily.
Art and Act 2020 – Opening windows onto communities: diffused exhibition in display windows of Palermo City Centre
You are kindly invited to Art and Act 2020 Diffused Exhibition in display windows of Palermo City Centre from December 20th until January 31st 2021.
It is since January 2019 that the EU co-financed Erasmus+ project ‘REC: Reflect, Experiment, Capture: Experimental Filmmaking to Prevent Violence and Empower Disadvantaged Young People’ has been in place.
The 10th REVEAL conference is organised as 2-day online event, giving you the chance to experience innovative digital conferencing and networking formats within our projects and communities. There will be keynotes, interactive collaboration formats and appropriate opportunities for informal meetings, exchange and social moments.
Since September 24th, CESIE has been hosting every Thursday a workshop gathering artisans with different cultural backgrounds, and facilitating a process of mutual learning on handicraft techniques and intercultural exchange. Seven of the thirteen local workshops have already taken place, and, in spite of all undeniable difficulties linked to current cirumstances, they have been a success!
SCORE identified 15 best practices with regard to migrant & refugee women participation in local grassroots sport activities giving a safe space to increase mutual tolerance and respect, as well as to reduce prejudice and xenophobia.
Paclife has prepared a Program of Physical and Cultural Activities based on the development of the five basic skills (5 Cs) identified within the framework of the Positive Youth Development (PYD), namely “competence, confidence, connection, character, & caring”.
The innovative Entrepreneurship Programme on an e-learning platform developed within the project is addressed to all those women who have the necessary skills and competences to start a business but lack the necessary motivation to step forward.
How collaboration and co-creation between citizens, SMEs and the public sector can facilitate the transition towards a more sustainable city
From 12 to 14 October 2020 the IN2STEAM partners met on-line and finalized the six modules of the future on-line course, in the OER (open educational resource) version, directed to primary school teachers.
Following the successful creation of the Toolkits, CEAR partners participated in a 4-day workshop with the aim of training all the members of the Consortium that will implement the strategies and guidelines outlined in the aforementioned handbook.
Highlights from the two-day online European workshop organized by EU funded project ACTIVE on October 14th & 15th. The aim of the workshop was to promote child protection policies in sports organizations in Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Portugal, by transferring know-how from Scottish organizations.
This year counts the 4° Edition of the Erasmus Days! CESIE has organised some offline and online events where best practices and experiences carried on during the Erasmus+ projects implementation will be discussed.
Have a look at the events and at the topic and join us!