Cultivating fundamental rights & preventing offending behaviours
We promote innovative, community-based initiatives aimed at promoting fundamental rights and preventing and contrasting offending and criminal behaviors both online and offline, including hate speech and radicalization, through the envisioning and encouragement of alternative narratives.
We strongly believe in working on a multilevel approach:
for both victims,perpetrators and the general public.
Building the capacity of people
including practitioners and professionals, young people, perpetrators and online users.. .
Consolidating and building collaboration networks.
We bring together multiple actors and through alternative narratives we create broad coalitions in favour of fundamental rights and against radicalization, hate speech and other offending and criminal behaviors. We encourage public administrations, private actors, civil society organizations, citizens and schools to collectively contrast offending behaviors. For instance, we make collective efforts to bring human rights in line with the online as active members of the INACH network - International Network Against Cyber Hate.
We firmly believe in the need to work on multiple levels by building societies respectful of fundamental rights based on comprehensive data collection and analysis, awareness raising and advocacy actions and by promoting education for the fight against offending and criminal behaviors.
We put communities and people at the center of transformation processes. Promoting civic engagement, participation and co-creative approaches is vital to ensure tailored responses. . Creating alliances within the civil society is also vital to change dominating narratives and oppressing cultures at their roots.
We also employ non-formal education methodologies and approaches such as gaming, arts and creativity to encourage people’s engagement and foster personal and collective growth through critical thinking.
Strengthening the economic role of women to prevent inequalities
Economic violence is to be considered as a form of violence practiced against women to keep them fully dependent on those who have the power of access to and control over resources, and to limit their ability to achieve financial autonomy. It takes various forms,...
Attend the online Info Day for businesses and learn about social responsibility
Are you an employer and want to find out how to contribute to social change? Would you like to learn more about how to strengthen the social responsibility of your company or organization? CESIE and Libera. Associations, names and numbers against the mafias invites...
Safer Internet Day – We against grooming and online sexual exploitation of children
Over the years, Safer Internet Day marked on 7 February has become a landmark event in the online safety calendar. Starting in 2004, Safer Internet Day is now celebrated in approximately 180 countries and territories worldwide. With this Safer Internet Day we want to...
Interactive resources and content
RENYO: Research on the use of the Authentic Inquiry
This research includes the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data related to the use of the Authentic Inquiry with educators and young people.
AG4C: Game cards
The ActiveGamesForChange training program contains 18 games divided into three level.
AG4C: State of the Art Analysis Report
This State of the Art Analysis Report has the purpose to present the latest research and practice in the partner countries relating to social, emotional, civic and e-competencies in young people who are in conflict with the law.
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