No Profit Challenge is a web-platform and app for Android created for the third sector. A digital space, social-friendly, for noprofit organizations and potential volunteers to meet. Based on an automatic matching mechanism, thanks to interests, causes and field of action, NPC certifies the competences developed during social activities.
PAGURO Ostello : The province of Caserta and Campania face daily the difficulties of living in a territory where the roots of the Camorra problem are settled in the minds of many citizens, that “Camorra culture” made of dysfunctional models, transmitted from generation…
The Academy is where we put 20 years of experiences in high level training Giosef Italy has 20 years of experience in education and international mobility. In our history, we mainly focused on youth from 18 to 35 years old.For our 20th anniversary, we decided to launch a new project
“DiaLOG IN Youth Work” is a Youth Dialogue project on the topic of social, economic and political recognition of Youth Work and Non-formal Education in Italy. Youth Work has been practiced in Italy for decades but its regulatory definition suffers from a vacuum that prevents the entire sector and professionals working there from obtaining that recognition, social, economic and political, which allows the establishment of a guaranteed standard of quality, a clear professionalising path and an implementation strategy fully inserted in the framework of youth policies in Italy.
No Profit Challenge is an ambitious project, financed together with other 30 projects selected among more than 1000 submitted to “Con il sud che partecipa” initiative organized by Fondazione CON IL SUD (Foundation for Southern Italy) in 2017.
The Education and Training MONITOR of the EU 2019 signals out the following situation: the most effective practices that schools can promote include ‘promoting group work and critical thinking’, ‘creating a space for dialogue in the classroom on controversial issues to ENCOURAGE SELF-REFLECTION and mutual understanding’. The same study reveals the fact, that at least 34% of the schools in the EU cannot guarantee a learning experience that involves self-reflection and therefore the entire learning process suffers together with the interest of young people.
The project “Confiscated Assets, Common Goods” involve 6 volunteers from Portugal and Spain in activities of promotion and social inclusion of young people of the Agro-Aversa area within assets confiscated from organized crime, for 8 months.
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