“On the move: the challenges of young migrants” held in Bansko from 17th to 25th February and implemented by TDM 2000 International, motivated youth workers and youth leaders active in the third sector from 9 different European countries went to meet eachother and discuss. It created a non-formal space for exploring and discussing issues connected with Migration and analyzing the diverse manners how the related subjects are treated in our countries and in the European space in general.
The Training Course “Magnifier: Raising the debate on Minority issues!” aimed to encourage inter-ethnic and intercultural cooperation through joint action for social intervention, cultivating among youth leaders a can-do attitude that may motivate them to successfully use the tools and competences developed during this project to promote inclusion of national, ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities in their communities.
The TC was held in Cyprus from 11st to 19th of July, hosting 35 young people representing 10 European countries. During a week of non-formal education, we intended to actively involve the participants in the diverse working moments, interacting with local NGOs, analysing information from the media, developing advocacy and campaigning initiatives, sharing opinions,
“TDM 2000 International is glad to announce that that the application for the project under the KA3, Support for Policy Reform Civil Society Cooperation in the field of youth was approved.
The project wants to support the growth of the members of the Network by creating and providing tools to foster their empowerment. In this way, the youngsters they work with will have the opportunity to develop competences which allow them to improve their personal and professional growth.
We are glad to announce that the Erasmus+ capacity building project Euroasi, “From Europe to Asia: capitalizing experience in youth work”, is making a new step forward. Expert trainers from Europe are reaching Indonesia and The Philippines to provide a selected number of interested local youngsters with valuable insight and training in the field of youth organisations management. The aim of the trainings is to share and disseminate the best practices acquired in years of experience on the well functioning of a youth NGO and to promote a lasting change in the participants society.
After 18 months of duration, the YiA funded project “Raise a problem, get an answer!” has come to an end. However, the work of the partner organisations is not done yet, and will continue with the dissemination of the site raiseup.eu, an interactive platform in support of youth participation, where young people from all over the world can discuss topics and issues that they find relevant and, with the contribution of their peers, get an answer to their problem. Give your contribution here: raiseup.eu
TDM 2000 International attended the Sport Infoday in Brussels, organised by the European Commission and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The event wanted to explain the funding opportunities available under the Erasmus+: Sport. If you want to know more about this action, feel free to contact us. We will share with you all the information that were provided.
We are happy to announce that the kick off meeting of the international project “EuroAsi” took successfully place in Cagliari from the 4th till the 8th February. It involved representative of the partner organizations, Associazione TDM 2000 (Italy), SYnergia – Centro Jovem de Sto Adrião (Portugal), Terra Di Mezzo (TDM) 2000 Malta (Malta), Kud-Plac (Slovenia), Act Global CIC (Indonesia) and Radio Boracay (Philippines). The project was presented at local level too, during a public conference.
The final evaluation of the project “The Address of Human Rights”, of which TDM 2000 International is partner, will be held from 17th to 20th of January in Vilnius, Lithuania. It will be a moment to evaluate the project and partnership, and also to disseminate the project results.
TDM 2000 International is glad to announce that successfully applied to the KA3 – Support for Policy Reform Civil Society Cooperation in the field of youth.
The Guidebook for Sport & Inclusion, as the result of In Your Shoes – Youth Exchange on Sport and Inclusion” is now available. The guidebook contains different rules, pictures, stories and successful examples about how sport can be important in the process of inclusion of marginalized youngsters. Download your copy here http://goo.gl/Adi9i9