The ROM‐ACT project aimed at widening access to non‐formal and informal learning validation systems among Roma women in Europe in order to strengthen their educational, social, and labour integration.

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Romanian language – Opportunity for social and cultural integration

In 2010 IIT, in partnership with the West University of Timisoara, the Romanian-Arab Cultural Centre in Timisoara and the Association DiversEtica Bucharest, implemented a project aimed to improve the level of knowledge of Romanian language and to provide free cultural orientation for migrants.

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A bridge between adults: A place of intercultural meeting: A space of reflection on immigration, lifelong learning and second language teaching at European level

This project was a  firm  and  decided  initiative  towards  the integration of the immigrants who choose to live and work in our countries. The immigrant population represents an essential factor of economic  development  and  there  are  many  immigrants  who need the establishment of social networks for the normalization of  the  access  to  the  available  resources  connected  to  the problem of accommodation, health, education, social services, work, etc. In order to achieve this, it is necessary that the administration, as well as the civil society as a whole, private companies, social agents, etc. join their efforts to make the most of the resources available and to contribute to the creation of a climate of intercultural co‐existence.

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NICER – A new approach to the integration of refugees at local level

The aim of the project is to elaborate a new approach to the integration of refugees at the local level and to foster a greater respect towards refugees, starting from young individuals and through their cultural and local integration, without forgetting the awareness -raising among the local population.

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In Other Words

The project aimed to react to the current situation in which the media are vehicles for stereotypes’ dissemination and help improve the correctness of media discourse and messages.


Belieforama – A Panoramic Approach to Issues of Religion, Belief and Anti-discrimination

Building upon an earlier Grundtvig project (2004-2006) to develop the award-winning Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination Training Module, and a Transversal project (2007-2009) to disseminate and exploit it, the project Belieforama aimed to develop, pilot and implement new methods and materials for validating the competence of educators working with this training programme while at the same time building a Community of Practice (CoP) that provided for a long-term creative exchange on continued programme development.


More Women in European Politics – More women in 2014

The Project “More Women in European Politics – More women in 2014” aimed at increasing the participation and representation of women in European politics. The project was based on the recognition that previous attempts to promote gender equality in politics had largely failed in that they had not involved political parties. In contrast, in order to advance gender equality we need to ensure the participation of political parties in the promotion of women in politics. The power to recruit, select and nominate candidates is in the hands of political parties, whatever the electoral system.

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Re-Play – Raising Awareness of the Value of Play

The project started from the UN Convention regarding children’s rights, in which the right to play appears explicitly. Play is not a luxury; it is a mere right that is essential and an integral part of the daily life of children. Ignoring the right to play means to deprive children of a fundamental right and to minimize the value such a right has on the quality of life and the harmonious development of children.

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Vote Culture 2012

The aim of this project was to discuss the culture priorities in the context of Parliamentary elections of December 2012 by launching a real debate on topics of interest for private, non-profit and public sector.


Financing culture in a new financial perspective: 2014-2020

The aim of this project was to identify the development and financing needs of cultural operators such as artists, NGOs, public institutions, initiative groups and private companies. A research based on questionnaires and public debates gathered information about the financial needs of these entities with regard to cultural activities. The project facilitated the dialogue between NGOs active in the field of culture and policy makers and financers.