CEPS PROJECTES SOCIALS has designed, implemented, justified and transferred international projects (mainly EU co financed) in the fields of expertise: the fight against discrimination and social exclusion, equal opportunities, training, development of local policies, and innovation in the social field.
In any case, international projects are perceived and experienced as a twofold track: on one hand, they are a source of networking, innovation, knowledge and action, and on the other hand they promote bottom up approaches, letting the voices of the field be heard by bigger institutions.
Some international projects:
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 […]Read More »
Mentoring Experiences and other tools to facilitate the access to the creative and cultural sector. Date: 3rd February 2017 Venue: Centre Cívic Pati Llimona, C- Regomir 3, 08002 Barcelona Time: 9:30 to 14:00 Organized by: CEPS Projectes Socials Thank you to all participants for an inspiring exchange of experiences. Here a summary of the day. Below […]Read More »
#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 […]Read More »
Universities Supporting Victims of Sexual Violence: Training for Sustainable Services The USVreact project, led by Brunel University London, and co-financed by the European Commission’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme, includes 7 partners from 7 European countries. The aim of the USVreact project is to develop innovative training for university staff who may respond to disclosures […]Read More »
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The aim of the CLOSER project is to improve the quality of youth work and strengthen the capacities of youth workers in the context of social inclusion. As well as contribute to building a more inclusive society, raise awareness amongst young people and the general public on the issue of social inclusion. The project starts […]Read More »