Decentralised cooperation project funded by the European Union under the EuropAid - Local Authorities: Partnerships for sustainable cities 2020 call. It is part of the Nicosia Initiative , promoted by the Committee of the Regions. It aims to define and test a training curriculum aimed at officials and administrators of Libyan public administrations in collaboration with Libyan universities in order to strengthen the skills of local administrations in the definition and implementation of effective public policies and in the provision of services to the population. The project is led by the Autonomous Province of Trento, in partnership with 10 local authorities in Libya, the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, and the Centre for International Cooperation (CCI).
The European Data Journalism Network – EDJNet is a new data-driven endeavour aimed at supporting European journalists in the coverage of European issues, and at providing the general public with valuable editorial tools for better understanding Europe. EDJNet has been set up by a consortium of European media outlets led by Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa (Italy) and VoxEurop (France). For three years, EDJNet transnational board will produce data-driven news in up to 12 languages, develop automated tools to increase newsrooms’ productivity and exploit existing data-driven resources, and provide tailored, on-demand advice on data-journalism applied to EU affairs. From October 2017, the content and services produced by EDJNet are available for free through a specific multilingual and open source website www.edjnet.eu, and on EDJNet partners’ own website.
The Parliament of Rights - 3rd edition aims at contributing to a better understanding of the role of the European Parliament, as the only institution directly elected by European citizens, in the democratic life of the Union, in defining European policies for fundamental rights, and on crucial matters for the future of our continent such as climate, the environment, migration, and digital. In this complex moment for our continent, now is the time to imagine post-pandemic Europe. We will be doing this by promoting an informed, open, and plural public debate that will involve MEPs, experts, journalists, students, teachers, and policymakers in debates, seminars, and workshops. We thus intend to make our contribution to the participation of citizens in the European decision-making process and civil society’s capacity for action at the transnational level, which is essential for relaunching the European project from below and promoting a Europe of rights.
The project seeks to tackle multiple discrimination using an intersectional approach. INGRiD intends to create a network of qualified anti-discrimination services in Italy, strengthen the assistance provided to victims, and raise awareness on how to combat discrimination. The activities of the project - which aims to consolidate a national anti-discrimination network and to establish an "antenna" also in Trentino - include research into hidden multiple discrimination, local training for public and private professionals (law enforcement, public transport, teachers), and exchange of good practices.
The initiative seeks to contribute to the inclusive and sustainable economic growth of northern Lebanon and promote innovative economic solutions that see entrepreneurship as an engine of inclusive and sustainable development. The project targets 150 young people and vulnerable women of Tripoli. The operative unit Competences for Global Society, in collaboration with the project partner Industrio Venture and in relation with two local partners in Tripoli (TEC and SHIFT), will be responsible for creating new inclusive employment opportunities and establishing links between 20 Italian and Lebanese companies to promote mutual development and the expansion of the markets.
The project aims to offer university students a better understanding of European foreign policy matters, with particular focus on Southeastern European and Eastern Partnership countries. It includes interactive seminars that are also streamed online for a wider audience, internship opportunities at Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT), and a students' blog. The project is promoted by the Jean Monnet Excellence Centre of the University of Trento in cooperation with Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa and with the support of the European Union.
The project aims to increase the availability of quality blended learning offers (face to face and online) in Romania, the Netherlands and Italy by developing new skills for teachers and trainers working in the social field. His idea was given by the need to adapt to the current context.
Training programs and work tools (course design development, learning methods, digital tools) based on practical skills developed based on the needs of organizations and professionals in the field will be tested. Project partners - Organizatia Umanitara CONCORDIA (OUC) in Romania as main applicant, Centro per la Cooperazione Internazionale (CCI) in Italy and Human Rights Campus (HRC) in the Neatherlands - have extensive experience in training, both online and blended. New component will be the development of a structured program for trainers that allows to manage the learning of the target group in mixed mode.
The project focuses on the shrinking spaces for action of civil society and building new narratives of solidarity and hospitality. In Italy, humanitarian organisations involved in relief efforts in the Mediterranean and NGOs active in the reception sector have been the target of defamatory campaigns that have discredited and criminalised them in the eyes of public opinion, which yet often continues to nurture feelings of empathy, compassion, and solidarity with foreigners. The project aims to restore an imaginary that is inclusive and respectful of the Other and solidarity.
The quality of education in Kosovo is a matter of serious concern and a major challenge for the country. The PEDAKOS international cooperation project aims to increase the quality of educational services offered by public, private, and community-based preschools (3-5 years) in Kosovo by sharing an Italian excellence recognised globally in the educational sector: the Reggio Emilia Approach (REA), an educational approach born and developed in the preschools and infant-toddler Centres of Reggio Emilia and which today inspires more than 35 countries around the world. NGO RTM, as project coordinator, has tasked OBC Transeuropa with creating and disseminating a range of journalistic contents on the themes of the project.
The project is aimed at organisations active in the adult education sector and educators in general, with the goal of including the theme of the digital transformation of our society and digital skills in the curricula and giving learners the opportunity to understand and actively co-create these social, cultural, and economic changes. Focusing on the repercussions of digitalisation in the field of human rights and democratic citizenship education, DIGIT-AL will produce two manuals on the subject aimed at adult educators (one more theoretical and one more practical), an app with further tools, and policy recommendations.