Yearly Archive 2019

Online training platform

Resources

The Intercultural Institute Timisoara periodically offers online training courses for various groups on various themes from the organization’s fields of expertise. You can check what training courses are available or about to start, here: https://edu.intercultural.ro/.

T-kit 4 Intercultural Learning

Resources

The newest T-kit for intercultural learning elaborated by the Council of Europe, edition of 2018, is available only in English.

The oldest edition, from year 2000 is available in English, Romanian and other languages.

A valuable tool for people who work with young people on the topic of interculturality.

Migrant in Romania

Migration

In 2009 IIT started a series of activities aiming to support the civic participation and integration of migrants. These activities were developed in a series of projects co-financed through the European Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals, administered in Romania by the General Inspectorate for Immigration within the Ministry of Internal Affairs.  

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TYPE – Tackling Young People’s Welfare in Europe

Projects

The overall aim of this project was  to encourage the transfer of good practice and exchange of experience in relation to tackling youth unemployment in five locations: Timisoara (RO), Amadora (PT), Seville (ES), Ealing (UK) and Lublin (PL).

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UCYVROK – Uniting for Citizenship and Participation: Youth promoting Vulnerable Groups’ Rights, Opportunities and Knowledge

Projects

The theme of this project was the empowerment of young people from less privileged groups and the promotion of their increased participation in the Youth in Action programme. The general aim of the project was to promote and foster the empowerment and participation in the Youth in Action programme of young people from less privileged groups, e.g. ethnic or religious minorities, youth from rural areas, socially disadvantaged families or other groups confronted with prejudices, discrimination or social exclusion such as disabled or LGBT youth.

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Be the Voice of Your Generation

Projects

This project was initiated by the Intercultural Institute together with the City Hall Timisoara, the Timis County Department for Sports and Youth, the Timis County Foundation for Youth and the ALTFEL Initiative Group. The activities of the project were designed by the project partners to respond to the needs of the young people whom the project partners represented or worked with.

The project started from the need for a coherent youth policy in Timisoara, that would respond to the needs of the young people in the community. The project produced a policy document offering a strategic direction based on structured dialogue between youth and decision makers.

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MOB G.A.E. – Mobility as a source of personal and professional Growth, Autonomy and Employability

Projects

The main aim of the project was to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences within EU programmes on personal and professional development, employability, autonomy and awareness of European citizenship.

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Take Action!

Projects

The aim of the project was to organise a tour in 10 Timisoara high schools with the forum theatre performance “Do Not Touch Me!”, created in the framework of Isolat project, implemented in partnership with Théâtre de l’Opprimé of Paris,  opening a debate on violence and discrimination in school.

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Local Youth Council of Timisoara

Projects

The Local Youth Council Timisoara was a structure coordinated by the Intercultural Institute Timisoara and supported by the City Hall Timisoara and the Students’ Culture House Timisoara, in the framework of the PAL‐TIN national project, promoted by Master Forum Association.

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KEYROMA – Develop key competences in social skills for Roma women to increase their participation in the service sector

Projects

The main aim of the KEYROMA project was to address a very common problem among Roma women, namely their lack of integration in the labour market as a consequence of poor education. Partners found ways to tackle this widespread problem by motivating, encouraging and enabling them to participate in learning.

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