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INTEGRAL PROJECT IN "A LIMIA"

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Inclusion

Rural development and urban regeneration

Youthwork

With this project we carry out, we try to encourage the youngest, who do not have the same opportunities as inhabitants of other places to live in a rural area, depopulated, aged and with serious deficiencies in transport and communication, thus promoting the enterprising spirit, initiative and encouraging them to participate in European projects.

Centro de Desenvolvemento Rural O Viso

In the Center for Rural Development ''O Viso'' we are working effortlessly to move a rural area that can be visisted to a habitable and inhabited rural enviroment

Spain

Rúa da Igrexa s/n - Lodoselo 32696 Sarreaus (Ourense)

Partner 1

Pi Youth Association

Enounces its sensitiveness about human rights at the letter of commitment represented to UN. For this subject it exercises due diligence at its projects and activations conducted. Especially the youth in particular to classified as woman, person with disability, refugee, minority and in disadvantaged on the subject of sociality, economy, geography etc. – each individual who lives in Turkey (between 15- 30 years) is focus group of Pi Youth Association

Other

Akdeniz Mah. 1353 Sokak No:1 Taner İş Hanı Kat:5 D:503 35210 Esmirna, Provincia de Esmirna, Turkey

Partner 2

Associazione Vicolocorto

It is specialized in youth work and it operates in the fields of non-formal and extra-school education; intercultural learning, promotion of youth mobility, volunteering and youth participation; study and research on youth policies and activities.
Vicolocorto's projects focus on the empowerment of young people, enhancing their role in the creation of a better civil society and European citizenship through their active participation. The Association has gained a broad experience in the field of youth policies and international mobility, involving many young people in international projects and hosting more than 20 projects so far. The Association can rely on a specialised team of trainers and youth workers, who gained experience through training courses in formal and non-formal education context and working side by side with youth.

Italy

VIA PAOLI 39, 61122, PESARO PU, Italy

It is expected that there will be a positive impact, fulfilling the objectives previously set. We hope that the volunteer acquires abilities to work in a team, linguistic competences, ability to plan and organize activities and projects, fostering and promoting initiative and entrepreneurial spirit and, above all, contributing to the employability of the participants.
We can affirm that in our organization the planned objectives are always fulfilled, since the programmed activities that are carried out are thought and programmed for it. What we want and want is that the person acquires the highest possible skills and competences, in order to improve both personal and professional development.

We intend to have an impact at local, regional, national and international level.

Roles of the volunteers

100%

Have been involved in the implementation

Eu program

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Rural development an durban regeneration. Inclusion. Youthwork

Quality Standards of project with volunteers

I declare that my project meets all the quality requirements here listed

  • There are clear, planned outcomes for the local community based on identified needs.
  • Volunteers bring added value to the project and don’t replace paid staff.
  • Volunteers are recruited, trained and managed according to the quality volunteer management cycle.
  • The conditions of the opportunity are inline with the relevant legal framework in the country/ region concerned. Eg regarding insurance, expenses payments, agreements/contracts etc.
  • The volunteers are celebrated and thanked for their time and commitment.

YES

  • The organization providing the volunteer opportunity demonstrates an inclusive approach. Volunteers from all backgrounds and situations are welcome.

YES

  • There is the opportunity for the learning acquired through volunteering to be validated, if the volunteer desires it.

YES