Prisms, a Maltese NGO founded in 2008, focuses on non-formal learning opportunities for young people. Engaged in local and European projects, it "addresses areas such as inclusion, disabilities, mental health, mentoring, and online youth work".
The CATESCO Projects technique explains the main objectives of the organization and highlights the presence of Catalonia in UNESCO to ensure that it is recognized for its expertise while establishing synergies with other territories.
Marta Campo, responsible for communication and project management of the Catalan Autism Federation, highlights the collaboration between the different European countries to achieve improvements and social recognition for people with autism.
Enric Fabra, coordinator of foundations that promote and manage social rental housing in Catalonia, explains to us what they do in their organization, highlighting the influence of other European countries to offer prices and housing that meet the real capabilities of the population.
From Stockholm to Copenhagen via Malmö and Lund, a representation of the Platform of the Third Social Sector of Catalonia has met the work of federations and entities of the Scandinavian third sector and has presented the work carried out by the entities in Catalonia.