Youths from four European countries will paint a collective work of urban art dedicated to mental diseases.
This youth association from Terrassa will be working with youths from 21 different EU countries, for 3 Erasmus+ projects to encourage inter-cultural experiences and critical thinking, among other goals.
The night between the 5th and the 6th of June the Catalan Foundation for the rights of the homeless Arrels took some of its volunteers to the streets of Barcelona. Here are the results of the homeless census.
The Catalan Organization Delàs Centre of Studies for Peace launches a report on weapon exportation from EU countries to 20 countries that were the setting of 29 tense situations in 2015.
Since 2016, 61 refugees or asylum seekers have benefited from Open University of Catalonia (UOC)’s virtual classes.
We talk to the newly-created Berlin human tower group and the consolidated “Kangaroos” in Sydney on how it feels to live away from home.
2018 is the year of European Cultural Heritage and the Europe Creative Culture Program has published the names of the awarded organizations, among which a Catalan cooperative.
Amnesty International Catalonia launches Welcome Communities –Comunitats Acollidores, a miniseries that gives real examples of refugees who have started a good new life with the active help of locals.
They exist since 1999 and they are a good example of integrating association, especially for migrants and expats.
A European law is going to ban single-use plastics with the aim to have 55% of recycled or reusable packing by 2030.
The European Association for Mental Health in Intellectual Disability (EAMHID) chooses Barcelona as host city for a Congress that will take place from the 23rd to the 25th of May in 2019.
This yearly gathering is an expression of Catalan folk culture around Europe, and also the USA this 2018.