VET4ROMA – Mediation with Roma

The VET4ROMA Mediation with Roma project (VET4ROMA) was a multi‐country European initiative aimed at contributing to the certification and professionalization of intercultural mediators working in communities with a significant proportion of Roma population.


Human rights start with breakfast! Empower youth through human rights education

The main aim of the project implemented between 2015 and 2017 is to strengthen the capacity of civil society organisations that work with young people from Romania, Italy, France, Denmark, Peru and Guyana to develop an effective, coherent, inclusive and sustainable framework for promoting and using human rights education.

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ISOLAT – breaking frontiers!

This Erasmus + project was coordinated by the Centre du Theatre de l’Opprime Augusto Boal in Paris and aimed to develop forum theatre as a non‐formal learning method and a social intervention method. By promoting and developing this method, the project supported values such as equality, social cohesion and active citizenship, as it contributed to the development of competences in the educational and socio‐educational field with a view to gaining and strengthening these values.

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An innovative methodology for partnerships between local authorities from France and Romania to promote social inclusion

With the support and at the request of the French Embassy in Romania, the Intercultural Institute developed in French and Romanian guidelines for local authorities from France and Romania to cooperate on promoting social inclusion.

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Digital Education among Roma Minorities in Schools (Dreams)

September 2019 was the starting date of the project Digital Education among Roma Minorities in Schools (Dreams), financed through the Erasmus + Program – KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education. The project partnership is made up of four organizations from 3 different countries: Media Actie Kuregem Stad (Belgium, coordinator), the Intercultural Institute of Timisoara (Romania), Health and Social Development Foundation (Bulgaria) and All Digital AISBL (Belgium).

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Democracy and Games – Analog and Digital Game-Based-Learning Tools for Youth Work

In the fall of 2019, the Intercultural Institute, in partnership with GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies STIFTUNG (coordinator), Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe (Belgium), Demokrative – Initiative für politische Bildung (Switzerland), Asociación cultural Da2 Trucados (Spain) and Culture Goes Europe (CGE) – Soziokulturelle Initiative ERFURT EV (Germany), started the implementation of the project Democracy and Games: Analog and Digital Game-Based-Learning Tools for Youth Work (DEMOGAMES), financed through the Erasmus + Program, KA205 – Strategic Partnerships for Youth. 

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Fighting Intolerance through Intercultural Education in Schools

The project took place between August and November 2019 and was co-financed by the Romanian Government’s Department for Interethnic Relations and its main aim was the elaboration and dissemination of an Intercultural Education Guidelines for Teachers.

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Migrant in Romania

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

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

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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