Though registering a slowdown due to continuing economic crisis, migration is constantly escalating in recent years, and according to estimates it is going to remain a major issue in the next decades both in departure and destination countries. ICEI has been increasingly concerned with the issues of migration and social cohesion, in a local/domestic perspective but also in a wider global context including Souther countries. ICEI has identified two intervention lines: “Migration” and “Intercultural citizenship”, both in order to promote the positive role of migration, by valorizing the opportunities brought about by migrants, and to facilitate social and/or economic inclusion paths, based on an intercultural and two-directional approach, for vulnerable population groups (both migrants and not) in Italy and in Europe.
The intervention lines are:
Cooperative paths to support the return and reintegration of migrants in their countries of origin, in view of valorizing their contributes to local development.
Innovative paths for work and social integration, sinergically with other actors – public and private, profit and nonprofit, locally (Milan), in Italy and Europe – by coordinated actions: from training to experimenting micro-entrepreneurial initiatives.
Supporting and working with foreign communities (both associated and not, of recent immigration and not) to enable them to be active protagonists in their local context, in a process perspective going beyond the single project.
The main objective of the project is to develop, implement and mainstream an effective model of integrated services for Third-Country Nationals (TCNs), based on multi-sectorial competences, mobilisation of actors and migrants’ cultural, social and economic needs.
The project aims to contribute to increasing awareness among young people in Italy concerning the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), still unknown by the majority of under-40s, and to create greater consensus on the role and importance of development cooperation for the resolution of major global issues, among which specifically those
Hate speech crimes cover “all forms of expression which spread, incite, promote or justify racial hatred, xenophobia, anti-Semitism or other forms of hatred based on intolerance” (Council of Europe 2016). The general objective of the project is to promote civic awareness and active responsibilization among young generations in the perspective
YARD project intends to contribute to fighting discrimination and fostering intercultural dialogue and the value of diversity among young people, by promoting youth active citizenship, their empowerment and role as agent of social change. Partners will achieve this objective by sharing, exchanging and transferring new and innovative non-formal methodologies to
The project will contribute to increase employability of NEET’s by sharing good practices and test new work-based-learning methods in four European cities (Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Belgium). From experiences of the sharing and testing process, an intellectual output will be elaborated which would be highly adaptable, accessible and profitable for other
The general objective of the project is to create, improve and promote wider dissemination of support programs for young migrant entrepreneurs, creating an environment where they can catch opportunities, enhance their knowledge and skills, and start successful enterprises.
The Social Day project aims to encourage young people to be active citizens of their local community, as opposed to just recipients of services. The aim of the project is to involve young people in social work that benefits their community, in a day which is symbolic for our nation.
This project will contribute to address, by an innovative and sustainable approach, the need of developing social aggregation and promoting new relations among youths, also coming from different countries and backgrounds, for example disabled people and unaccompanied foreign children.
The general objective of the IN3 project is to contribute to the implementation of new practices in the field of supporting entrepreneurship for work inclusion of vulnerable youth in the city of Milan.
ICEI is operating in Mozambique with 4 agricultural and environmental programmes located in the province of Zambezia, in the Northern-central part of the country. Under these programmes, ICEI is implementing an innovative farming approach, the Successional Agro- forestry Systems (SAFs), based on the concepts of syntropic agriculture developed by Ernst Gotsch in Brazil nearly 3 decades ago.
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We want to tell you about our commitment in Italy and worldwide bringing the voices of our projects' beneficiaries'. The following one is the story of Wasantha, who lives in Atala village, in Sri Lanka, where we are implementing many different projects
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During the identification of the local communities within the EPIC project, in Burma, one of the ethnic groups we met is the Pa-O. Around 70 thousands Pa-O live in the south-east of Asia, but the majority is located on the hills around Inle lake, in the south-west part of Shan state. Read more →
Today CoLomba (Cooperazione Lombardia), the bigger italian solidarity entity on a regional basis, composed by more than 100 members - has completed the assembly process started last June. The new Secretary has been elected: Alfredo Somoza, President of ICEI, will be also the President of CoLomba for the next 4 years. Read more →
We are glad to inform you that we have published a short version of the Antirumours Handbook in Italian, translated and edited by ICEI!
It is an adaptation of the ”Antirumours Handbook” (2018) conceived by Daniel De Torres Barderi, trainer and founder of the Antirumours Strategy. Read more →
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