Volunteering 4 Strategic development – Bulgaria

We are happy to share the results of our Bulgarian partners : Association Alternativi international. They’ve implemented the long term strategic volunteering project Volunteering 4 Strategic development in the period of 2018 and 2020. The project was financed by Erasmus+ program – the program for youth, training and sport of the European Commission. The project hosted Read more about Volunteering 4 Strategic development – Bulgaria[…]

UNHCR’s Refugee Population Statistics Database

The 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol are the key legal documents that form the basis of UNHCR work. With 149 State parties to either or both, they define the term ‘refugee’ and outlines the rights of refugees, as well as the legal obligations of States to protect them. The core principle is non-refoulement, which asserts that a refugee Read more about UNHCR’s Refugee Population Statistics Database[…]

Comparison State of Art of youth workers and NEETs report

Recently, in the framework of KA2 “SustaiNEET” project, Strategic Partnership in the field of youth, we published the Comparison State of Art of youth workers and NEETs report.  The report was built using data collection through online questionnaires carried out in the four project partner countries – Estonia, Bulgaria, Spain and Italy. The purpose of the questionnaire Read more about Comparison State of Art of youth workers and NEETs report[…]

Tackle Hate Digital Guide

The present digital guide represents one of the main outcomes of the joint work of the project consortium represented by Netherlands (CAAT projects), Estonia (Nooruse Maja), Spain (Asociación Projuven) and Bulgaria (Alternativi international), within the project of “Tackle Hate”. The project goal was to provide youth workers with updated knowledge, tools and good practices in order to Read more about Tackle Hate Digital Guide[…]

SustaiNEET survey is out!

SustaiNEET consortium kindly invite you to take part in the “SustaiNEET Survey”! SustaiNEET is a Strategic partnership project in the field of youth funded by the Spanish National Agency for Erasmus + program and being implemented by organizations from Italy, Bulgaria, Spain and Estonia. The project aims to increase participation of NEETs into the labor Read more about SustaiNEET survey is out![…]

KA2 SustaiNEET was officially started

KA2 SustaiNEET was officially started with a kick off meeting in Torremolinos, Spain. The project is coordinated by Asociación PROJUVEN and other partner NGOs are Alternativi International (Bulgaria), Nooruse Maja (Estonia) and Futuro Digitale (Italy). The main target group of SustaiNEET are youth workers dealing with NEETs, who wish to enhance their competences, qualifications and approaches in order to be Read more about KA2 SustaiNEET was officially started[…]

#PJstories – Interview with Silvia Stanescu

Silvia participated in the Training Course “Radicalization Stop” organized by PROJUVEN in Torremolinos, Spain Hello Silvia! According to your opinion, what drives youth radicalisation? In my opinion, youth radicalization is driven by a lack of understanding on both the radicalized youth part, and on society’s part. On one hand, youth are susceptible to becoming radicalized because they are looking Read more about #PJstories – Interview with Silvia Stanescu[…]

#PJstories – Interview with Viktorija Kovala

Viktorija participated in the Training Course “Radicalization Stop” organized by PROJUVEN in Torremolinos, Spain Hello Viktorija! According to your opinion, what drives youth radicalisation? Usually radicalization takes place among the vulnerable part of the youth. These people feel lost, lonely or treated unfair. In my opinion, this feeling appears by youth mostly because of mix of economic and social Read more about #PJstories – Interview with Viktorija Kovala[…]

#PJstories – Interview with Joanna Pałka

Joanna participated in the Training Course “Radicalization Stop” organized by PROJUVEN in Torremolinos, Spain Hello Joanna! According to your opinion, what drives youth radicalisation? Radicalism and extremism are big issues of today’s world. There are many causes of youth radicalization. Some of those are exclusion from the society, cultural differences, different views, religion and nationality or poverty. There’s a Read more about #PJstories – Interview with Joanna Pałka[…]

#PJstories – Interview with Riccardo Tonnarelli

Riccardo participated in the Training Course “Radicalization Stop” organized by PROJUVEN in Torremolinos, Spain Hello Riccardo! According to your opinion, what drives youth radicalisation? In my opinion youth radicalisation is driven especially by lack of education. Another factor could be the mental fragility that young people suffer, which often leads of being easily infuluenced from extremist group that have bad intentions. Nowaday, Read more about #PJstories – Interview with Riccardo Tonnarelli[…]