European Projects

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Financed by: European Commission, Directorate-General “Migration and Home Affairs”, through the program Amif – Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. 

1 February 2019 – 31 January 2021

Partners: Arci Solidarietà Onlus (leading partner), Università di Tor Vergata and Ares 2.0 from Italy; Südwind and Radio Afrika TV from Austria; Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation and Council of Women Migrants from Bulgaria; Urban Prod from France; Foundation for Africa from Hungary;

In a context where third-country nationals are affected by the proliferation of misleading information and biased communication with discriminatory attitudes, young teenagers (11-14 y-old) must be prepared to enter the online world with proper tools. To do so, the project intends to analyze the main forms of stereotypes and discriminative behaviors that affected young people and their families, in order to create an innovative and highly communicative toolkit for schools. This tool will be developed through factual data, interviews, and images about migrants on the basis of the real discrimination patterns. The toolkit will be co-created through the engagement of the key agencies for the growth of the child and will involve both migrant and non-migrant stakeholders. Alongside this toolkit will be reinforced through an innovative large-scale communication campaign.

  • DREAM – A Participatory Approach in the Education Environment to Overcome Discrimination of young Roma on new media

    Financed by: Erasmus+ KA2 program
    1 September 2019 – 31 August 2022
    Partners: Fundació Privada Pere Closa (Spain; project leader); Arci Solidarietà Onlus (Italy); Ares 2.0 (Italy); Center Amalipe (Bulgaria), Gipsy Eye (Romania), together with schools Obedineno uchilishte P.R.Slaveykov (Bulgaria), Colegiul National Mihail Sadoveanu (Romania) e l’Istituto Comprensivo Carlo Levi (Italy).

    DREAM project consists of:

    • A need and contexts analysis, to identify the principal stereotypes and discrimination processes – widespread among young people – about/against Roma;
    • A toolkit constructed together with parents, teachers, students, to tackle discrimination against Roma community in the school environment;
    •  A communication campaign to disseminate the results of the project and produce awareness on processes and phenomena which are sadly current.

     

  • Other collaborations

FABUS II

European Commission, Erasmus+ programme – KA2

June 2018 – June 2020

The partnership of the project is composed of: Fédération des Centres sociaux et Socioculturels de France (France; leading partner), Stichting Participe Delft (Netherlands), AskovFonden (Denmark), PEC Wallonie – Peuple et Culture Wallonie Bruxelles (Belgium), Eletfa (Hungary), Settlementi -Innishfederation of Settlement Houses (Finland), ARCS (Italy). The project is aimed at straightening knowledge and the professionalization of 14 operators of the French Federation, through six stages of practices exchange and the comparison of different contexts. Arci Solidarietà has organized, in collaboration with ARCS, the logistics and the program of the one-week stage in Rome (13-19 July 2019).

FINDYOURSELF

European Commission, Erasmus+ programme – KA2 Strategic partnership.

September 2018 – February 2021

The project is aimed at straightening, through the exchange of good practices, the competences of professionals to involve youngsters with whom/for whom they work through initiatives, national and transnational projects in a euro-Mediterranean perspective of action. The project includes the participation of four partners: Fédération des Centres sociaux et Socioculturels de France (France; leading partner), Fritidsforum (Sweden), Alternatives pour l’enfance et la jeunesse (Morocco), ARCS (Italy). ARCS, the ONG of Arci, involves in Italy four territorial committees, including Arci Solidarietà Onlus. The operators from Arci Solidarietà participate in observation stages in Morocco, French and Sweden.

Roma Civil Monitor

European Commission – Directorate-General Justice and Consumers

March 2017 – March 2020

The project “Capacity building for Roma civil society and strengthening its involvement in the monitoring of national Roma integration strategies” is coordinated by the Central European University (Hungary) in partnership with European Roma Grassroots Organisations Network (Netherlands), European Roma Rights Centre (Hungary), Fundación Secretariado Gitano (Spain) e Roma Education Fund (Switzerland-Hungary). The aim of the pilot project is to contribute to the strengthening of  mechanisms to monitor the implementation of national strategies for the integration of Roma in Europe through the systematic monitoring put in place by civil society. Arci participates with other no-profit organisations from 27 member states.

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  • European MediaLab Praxis

Financed by the European Erasmus + Programm.

This digital experience is the result of a two-year experimentation involving organisations from six European countries : Urban Prod in Marseille – France (1), Lasipalatsi Media Center in Helsinki – Finland (2), Cubic in Innsbruck – Austria (3), Arci Solidarità Onlus in Rome –  Italy (4), Bildungsmarkt in Berlin – Germany (5), Super Act in Bristol – United Kingdom (6).

Together, we experimented, tested and modelled a European network of five medialabs aiming to foster civic youth participation. By constantly testing our method, we did more than we could possibly imagine and prototyped an unpredicted European Medialab without borders.

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  • 3K – Tresca (Una opportunitad para la inclusiòn social de los jòvenes)

Fundaciòn Esplai (Spain) on financing from Stavros Niarchos Foundation (Greece)

October 2014 – December 2015

The project was aimed at promoting the socio-occupational inclusion of under 25 young people. The project has been developed by Fundaciòn Esplai in Spain, Fundacao da Juventude in Portugal and Arci Solidarietà Onlus in Italy.

  • Vet4Roma 

Financed by European Commission DG Education and Culture – LLP KA1

November 2013 – November 2015

Partners: Fundaciòn Privada Pere Closa – Spain; Fundaciòn Acciòn Social Tiempo Libre y Educaciòn ESPLAI – Spain; Intercultural Institute of Timisoara – Romania; Radovi U Toku – Serbia; Centre de Médiation des Gens du Voyage et des Roms en Wallonie, Belgium; EARCS – Romania.

The project was aimed at the certification of competences of social operators working with the Roma community.