YCCD – Youth and Community Creative Development

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  • To contribute to the development of local community.
  • To develop specific activities connected with the intercultural dialogue and creativity.
  • To promote the intercultural exchange between the volunteers and the local community.
  • To promote the contact between EVS volunteers and local youth.
  • To develop non-formal education activities involving local youth.
  • To promote the Youth in Action Programme and EVS in the local community.
  • To learn how to use the ICT tools in the contact with the community.
  • To stimulate the volunteers towards a sense of active citizenship.
  • To acquire specific skills and values, at personal, relational and professional level.


  • Hosting in CESIE, Palermo 4 volunteers for each phase for 9 months each: total 8 volunteers came to Palermo from Moldova, United Kingdom, Romania and Portugal.
  • Volunteers have been involved in CESIE‘s activities at local and international level.


  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Centre STABILITY (Moldova)
  • Point Europa- (United Kingdom)
  • Asociatia Regionala pentru Dezvoltare Rurala (Romania)
  • Vertigem (Portugal)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/11/2008 – 31/10/2010

DG of reference

DG EAC, Youth in Action Programme, Action 2 – European Voluntary Service




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