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#hatersfree youth campaign

 ¿Te ha pasado esto alguna vez? ¿Has presenciado discriminación contra alguien por su raza, género o orientación sexual en alguna Red Social? ¿Has sentido en tus propias carnes un discurso de odio por el simple hecho de manifestar una opinión? ¿Has visto fotografías, vídeos o memes que ridiculizaban a un grupo y fomentaban el odio hacia ellos? El crecimiento de Internet trae consigo no solo diversión pero también el acoso, bullying y las expresiones de odio, aprovechándose del anonimato…

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Hate Interrupter Teams #HITproject

Youth counteracting hate speech towards migrants and minorities through participatory and creative campaigning The #HITproject (http://hitproject.eu/) will develop Hate Interrupter Teams with creative young people and build awareness about digital hate crime and provide strategies to combat it.  It targets young people from 14 to 19 years old, who will be key actors to counteract hate speech and behavior towards migrants (HSBM) in their communities, at school or among their peers. The project will develop a new model of European youth…

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Workshops: from alienation to inclusion

Workshops for those who work with issues of integration, migration and refugees. 14th  and 15th November 2018, from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM Venue: Centre Cívic de Sant Agustí, Carrer del Comerç, 36, 08003 Barcelona Thanks to all the people who participated and created an enriching exchange. Here a summary of the time of the event. Next, some photos of the time of the event and the original program. You can find here the photos and videos of the meeting. The FATI project “From…

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#INTEGRAeu

#INTEGRAeu The project “INTEGRA Supporting Youth Aging out of Care” addresses the need to facilitate social, cultural and economic integration of minors that end their passage through the care system. Turning 18 years old is a milestone for a young person. Emotionally, interpersonally and psychologically, however, the transition to adulthood starts long before, and can be prolonged to early or late twenties. Early adulthood involves identity exploration periods, “trying out various life possibilities” towards own volition, “gradually moving towards making…

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#FATIproject From Alienation to Inclusion

“We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, healing, and inclusion.”  (Max de Pree) As the recent European political scene testifies, there is an on-going trend of the nationalistic and xenophobic atmosphere within the EU societies, which is undoubtedly being reinforced in the recent years, due to the large…

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#YARIM

#YARIM – Youth and Religion in Social Mediation In light of the blatant progression of radicalisation and violent extremism across Europe over the past years this project aims at increasing the capabilities of youth actors to prevent the process of radicalisation in youth at risk. Factors leading to radicalisation have various origins and aspects, mainly linked to socio-economic, psychosocial, ideological and political variables. In order to curtail these processes, it is necessary to develop strong and lasting pushbacks. The YARIM…

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Everything for the praxis

Since the year 2000, Joan Pedregosa set up our European project area, with modesty and a lot of work creating synergies and contacts. After all these years a network of partners, experts and researchers has been built that have worked and work on projects that seek to develop methodologies that favor social change from the base. It is this legacy that he has left us and we continue with admiration and sadness. We miss him very much. * The title refers to…

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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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#USVreact

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 of sexual violence, and to embed this within institutions. We will review ‘best practices’ in each local context, and use this learning to develop training…

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