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#igualtatsconnect

The “Igualtats Connectades (Connected Equalities): Interseccionality in local public plocies” project will explore the application of the intersectional approach in local public policies. Intersectionality has in fact been studied by universities and tested in one-off projects led by public administrations and civil society, but there is little experience of its practical implementation. This project will develop a pilot scheme to apply the intersectional perspective in the Terrassa City Council structure and activities, in order to effectively implement the principle of…

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Words are Stones

Online space is a public space where human rights have to be defended and respected with specific actions. The objective of the “Words are Stones“ project is to combat racism and discrimination in their online expression of hate speech by equipping young social media strategists/managers, bloggers, journalists, educators and teachers, youtubers and young people in general with the competences necessary to recognize and act against such human rights violations. The aspiration of the project is to engage with young social…

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#inclusionpack and digital discrimination

In the framework of the project ‘Anti-discrimination pack 2.0’, co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Commission, CEPS Projectes Socials has implemented its first workshop in Barcelona: “How and when to share: strategies for digital literacy of educators based on international experiences” It took place during the international two day conference #BCNvsODI (Barcelona against Hate), organized by the Barcelona City Council on the 02nd and 3rd of March 2017. The workshop was facilitated by co-directors of the I:CUD project:…

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Ocupational Profile for Mentoring in the CCIs

The aim of the Talent Matching project lead in Barcelona by CEPS Projectes Socials, is to design, test and validate a new training programme and EQF-aligned standards of competency framework for Vocational Mentors that support young disadvantaged people into Initial Vocational Education and Training (IVET) in Europe’s Creative and Cultural Industries (CCIs). The aim of the project is to design, test and validate a new training program and standards aligned with the ‘European Framework of Qualifications for Lifelong Learning’ (EQF-MEC) with a framework…

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#sameworld actions

The SAME world project lead by CIES onlus and co-funded by Europe Aid, is implemented by 13 organizations in 10 different EU Countries, with the support of 12 additional associations from the global north and south. As one of the partners CEPS Projectes Socials will take part in awareness raising and educational activities about Environmental Justice. The SAME world project offers free tools and engaging activities for children and adults between 2015 and 2018. These are: Free educational kit for…

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The borders of Europe or a #sameworld for all!

#sameworld ‘Los muros de Europa‘ is an exhibition by Fotomovimiento who in collaboration with CEPS Projectes Socials have created a postcard action to promote the SAME world project and free educational kit about environmental justice, refugees rights and nature rights. The postcards show 10 selected images of migrants on European borders, who are seeking a safe place to live, trying to escape from war, violence, starvation, drought and harsh climate. This selection of a few images is an attempt to help…

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CARVE ( Companies Against Gender Violence ) project

The CARVE ( Companies Against Gender Violence ) project’s main is to raise awareness and prevent gender based violence ( #GBV ) committed against women through a comprehensive European campaign led by companies. The project’s purpose is to tackle domestic violence through a workplace angle in order to break the taboo to address at the work place violence against women. This two-year project is co-financed by the ‘DG Justice: Daphne Programme’ of the European Commission and started in December 2014. It is…

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