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  • To promote a sense of EU citizenship fulfilled through dialogue and work with people at risk of social exclusion
  • To encourage social cohesion and inclusion for disadvantaged communities (migrants | children and families |early school leavers) and empowering young people through active involvement in society
  • To fight against discrimination; protection of minors and minorities; promotion of gender equality


  • Hosting 24 volunteers coming from Austria, Ukraine, Moldova, France and Hungary
  • Involvement in local partners’ activities carried out with the local community of immigrant children and families, poor and disadvantaged people at risk of social exclusion
  • Organize intercultural activities and sharing moments with local and migrant communities
  • Carry out international activities (supporting permanent local staff in training activities)
  • Implement outdoor activities linking the local and international dimension
  • Disseminate Youth in Action programme in schools/universities/youth centres



  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Arbeiterkammer Tirol (Austria)
  • Fekete Sereg Ifjúsági Egyesület (Hungary)
  • Pistes Solidaires (France)
  • Stability (Moldova)
  • Alternative V (Ukraine)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/12/2013 – 30/11/2015

DG of reference

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




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