Associazione Giosef - Giovani Senza Frontiere
The Association Giosef - Youth Without Borders, was born in April 1998 to promote active European citizenship and youth mobility. It is engaged in the inclusion and participation of youth in all its forms and at all levels; It aims to create new spaces for youth participation in public life, so that young people themselves are able to provide answers to the needs of new generations; we support the construction of a Europe of solidarity and hospitality, founded on the ideals of democracy, peace, tolerance and acceptance of diversity; It promotes paths of non-formal education and job training in intercultural perspective. These objectives are pursued through the development of intercultural exchanges of young people, voluntary services, seminars, training courses, work placements, actions of active citizenship, twinning between cities, conferences, research and publications, fields of solidarity, cooperation
projects and development.
Giosef Italy is a national umbrella organisation that promotes youth mobility, youth policy and social promotion. Our work is dedicated to spreading the ideas of tolerance, cultural diversity and European citizenship among our members, most of whom are aged 18-35. We believe that is important to increase young opportunity, and make them in contact with new realities, behaviors and culture for improving the sense of European citizenship. They could learn about intercultural reality and rich themselves through the contact with other volunteers. We are convinced that is a tool for becoming active citizens and help them to grow personally and professionally.
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The project “REFLECT - A Strategical Approach Towards The Learning Process” (2020-RO01-KA205-079615) is being funded by the European Comission’s Erasmus+ Programme through Agenţia Naţională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educaţiei şi Formării Profesionale (ANPCDEFP).
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