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 objective of this transnational Research Report is to provide knowledge about human trafficking among youth in partner countries of the project, its methods of advancing, its exploitation and the different practices for emergence, identification and support for young victims.
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!
For the 5th year, the European Commission promotes the European Week of Sport with the #BeActive campaign. Here is a roundup of our initiatives about sport headed by all our Unit.
Your creativity can have a positive social change. Make your voice heard! Participate in our Experimental Video Contest and help us to spread a culture of non-violence!
Whether you are a student that wants to improve his/her curriculum and his/her life experiences or that you are a teacher, trainer or mentor that wants to learn how to support his/her students in undertaking this experience, INCAS is the project for you.
Despite some initial setbacks encountered due to Covid-19 restrictions, project partners have been working hard in the last few months to develop a set of games as sports-like activities divided by levels to support educators to deliver the activities to young offenders (both from secure or community settings) and develop their socio-emotional competences.
Are you a curious, active and creative young person under 30? Join your hands and witts to ours to stop violence: join REC video labs!
The Playmaker Camp is up to come! First edition on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th of September 2020 at Parco della Salute in Palermo. It is a two-day social inclusion sporting event. Participation is free of charge.
RENYO training session: educators reflect on alternative education methodologies for young offenders
The RENYO online training sessions have recently concluded. With about 15 educators involved, they were a great moment of exchange and reflection to discuss about alternative methodologies to work with young offenders and young people at risk.
It is not always easy to identify the true news from the false ones. This facts, together with the growing of anti-European movements are more and more frequent to read fake news about Europe and its institutions.
Based on these points, the MEGA project aims to contrast this phenomenon in the context of youth work, in order to informally reach young people from different social backgrounds.
This photo exhibition is one of the project’s result that volunteers showed through collection of photos during their volunteering experience. The objective of this product is to raise awareness among young people through intercultural dialogue and active citizenship.
YU WOK 2 END HT is a new and innovative Erasmus+ project aiming at raising awareness among young people against this modern scourge and to provide youth workers with valid tools in order to prevent, identify and support potential young victims of human trafficking.
How we get the people working with sport and education to co-operate together to better serve the immigrants? Follow the online seminar!
YIBinSport Project is happy to invite you to a webinar that will be held at 26 of May, 14:00, Finnish time, offered by two of the partners of the project, Vantaa City Service e Helsinki Business College.
Sport, Stakeholders and inclusion for youth with migrant background: support our research for YIBinS project!
YIBinS provides the creation of activities that allow young people to live an inclusive sociality and at the same time explore a possible way of employment for their future work.