In the framework of the goals for which it was created, TDM 2000 International, coordinates, directly implements, supports and divulges activities and projects designed by our staff or by our affiliates.
TDM 2000 International has developed projects and activities of the likes of:
- training courses and study sessions,
- different sorts of encounters and workshops,
- awareness-raising campaigns and lobbying meetings,
- inquiries and polls,
- voluntary service projects,
- partnership building activities and contact making seminars,
- electronic and hard cover publications,
- youth exchanges and seminars,
- other multi-measure projects with diverse types of social intervention for development.
We treasure the idea that the education process should not only be necessary and sustainable, it should also be fun and appealing to young people.
One of our main concerns is to promote encounters that may generate synergies of cooperation between the Public Sector, the Private Sector and Civil Society at a trasnational level.
Educational and Training Activities for Capacity Building
Our members have been working for many years in this field, enhancing capacity building processes taking place individual level, institutional level and societal level. Thanks to diverse Educational and Training projects, people are able to acquire and develop competences that, on the one hand, are required by labour market, and on the other hand, contribute to the realization of their role society and simulation eously to their empowerment, thus allowing people to more actively participate in their communities. Despite the remarkable concern over the development of paramount skills such as creativity or entrepreneurship, we treasure the idea that the education process should not only be necessary and sustainable, it should also be fun and appealing to young people.
International Cooperation for Development
One of our main concerns is to promote ecenter_circle1 ncounters that may generate synergies of cooperation between the Public Sector, the Private Sector and Civil Society at a trasnational level. We do so through different projects that seek to involve diverse actors and stakeholders in the different stages of the decision – making that affects young people and their communities. Accordingly, we expect to support the improvement of the quality of support systems for youth activities insofar as we compromise to create sustainable networks that facilitate international cooperation, transfer of knowledge, exchange of best practices and commitments, for socially responsible policies.
Mobility for Intercultural learning
We subscribe the mind-set by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) that pluralism is built on “the genuine recognition of, and respect for, diversity and the dynamics of cultural traditions, ethnic and cultural identities, religious beliefs, artistic, literary and socio-economic ideas and concepts”, and that “the harmonious interaction of persons and groups with varied identities is essential for achieving social cohesion”. Moreover, we believe that offering youngsters the possibility to encounter and interact with peers from different social and cultural backgrounds, diverse regions and countries, is the first step to promote Intercultural Dialogue. Tright_circle3herefore, we set forth projects in which participants undertake a striking process of Intercaltural Learning, the touchstone to what regards the promotion of greater intercultural understanding, social inclusion and non-discrimination.