The Cultural Crossroads Erasmus+ project focuses on preventing and combating xenophobia and anti-migrant hatred, through activities creating better understanding between communities, including interreligious and intercultural activities, and focusing on: i) capacity building of educators and professionals and ii) building in-community coalitions.
Stand by Me - Social-Ecological approaches for care-leavers inclusion through participatory policymaking project, aims to bring together all target groups into a collective participatory decision making process for the development of a Working Protocol shaping enabling pathways for children ageing out of alternative care.
The E/I-motion project aims at developing community-based tools and methodologies to prepare the (i) experts and their institutions for the reintegration of ex-offenders and (ii) young offenders (current prisoners) so as to develop the skills and competencies required in order to successfully integrate into the society and the labor market, after their release.
Training of disadvantaged groups, e.g. marginalized low qualified adults ex-prisoners and ex-offenders that has never seen their competences certified due to not completion of any kind of training is becoming increasingly important.
CHANGING YOUTHstories project aims to foster personal growth, to increase social inclusion and to facilitate professional insertion of young people coming from vulnerable groups, by designing and piloting a framework for case-based diagnose and multimodal intervention that scaffolds the EMPOWERMENT, PARTICIPATION and ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP of these YOUNG PERSONS.
ATHLISI project aims to develop the professional skills and competencies of the coaches and members of sport clubs in the issue of the promotion of the social role of the sport club and the promotion of social inclusion through sports.
MPATH – Exploring Pathways Toward Employment is an Erasmus + project which aims at providing a sustainable mentoring model, helping its target groups (low skilled workers, long-term unemployed, first-job seekers, Early School Leavers) enter the labour market as well as maintain their job position.
The European project SKILLS FOR FREEDOM – Artistic paths to develop the professional skills of prisoners, was approved under the ERASMUS + programme and aims at the smooth reintegration of prisoners in the society, and especially in the labour market, with the support of arts and theatre as powerful means of achieving this goal.
The project BREAKING THE CIRCLE - European peer to peer actions to raise the awareness of children, youngsters and professionals on rights in children and juvenile justice, was approved under the European programme “JUSTICE” and aims at upgrading a legal framework to guarantee effective access of children to an adequate legal management, in order to thoroughly know their rights.
The aim of Innovative Learning Approaches in Staff Training and Young Offenders' Employability Support - ILA Employability project, is to support social inclusion and enhance youth employability by developing, implementing and promoting a Training and development model that is Evidence based, integrated, double-layered and replicable to groups at risk, including the young offenders.
The New skills and competences to address skills gaps and mismatch within the sectors working with Gang and Youth Crime across Europe - EUGANGS project aims to redress current skills mismatch and omissions; to provide a study program and qualification for workers who are affected by gangs and gang crime.
Our aim is to assist juvenile offenders in their preparation for reintegration.
We beleive that lifelong learning and key competences are the best tools we can share with our youngsters in their endeavour of becoming integrated and responsible adults.