Coordinator: Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci”, Italy
The CSC is born from the experience and work of the sociologist Danilo Dolci in Sicily. It is a non-profit organization, which mainly acts through projects in the educational field carried out in cooperation with schools, universities, institutions, associations and social groups both at local and international level.
In BOEMI, the experience of Danilo Dolci and the long engagement on developing non-formal educational tools with different arts will be a strong basis to share Reciprocal Maieutic Approach, combining it with music of different contexts to make it more flexible and universal.
Crossing Borders, Denmark
It is a globally oriented Danish civil society organization and aims at contributing to the social development of society and involving young people in mobility experiences.. The vision of Crossing Borders is to have as many young people as possible cross as many personal, cultural, geographic, professional and generational borders as possible, as often as possible, and always on equal terms. Such crossing borders is achieved by bringing people from different backgrounds to gain practical knowledge, understanding, skills and tools that have immediate and long term benefits to the participants and their communities.
It is a non-governmental independent organization which promotes exchange and friendship on a global scale through developmental projects for the development of youth. It aims at making a positive change in the lives of youth through self-confidence and making them productive citizens for a better world. IYEC wants to create a forum for intercultural education that will empower youth and educators via skills for their self- and community development.
Jeunesse en Action “GNO FAR”, Senegal
It is a not-for-profit association created in 2012 by a group of youngsters in the area of Casamance (Senegal) and working in the field of youth, childhood and development. It aims at contributing to the development of Casamance through actions for the benefit of children and youngsters and providing them with a role in the construction of their future considering the real chances of personal development.
The activities of the organization are mainly focused on: the whole being of children and environmental education; training and professional placement of youngsters; social and economic inclusion of young mothers; peace and citizenship education; promotion of local cultures; health and reproduction of young people.
It is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that encourages active citizenship and is committed to the development of a culture of peace, coexistence and solidarity. Pandora is very active at a European level, participating in a large number of European programs and projects and with a strong partnership in Europe and worldwide.
Since the year 2002, the association’s work has focused on the facilitation of international itineraries in social, educational, intercultural, job immersion and development projects.