The preservation of the rights of those who are most at risk is a sensitive job that calls for expertise, tenacity, and humanity. In the many countries where we operate, we have made it a point to do this work also alongside refugees.
You can see us providing food and education to people who have spent fifty years living between the sand and the wind in the Sahrawi refugee camps; you can see us at work in Mali, where migrant communities include victims of trafficking and exploitation; or in Italian schools to improve global citizenship education alongside students, teachers, parents, and the entire educational community, regardless of their origin.
Today, once again, we extend to you our invitation to learn more about our commitment and dedication to the development of peoples.
The use of terms such as "prolonged emergency" and "forgotten crisis" by the main international donors gives a clear idea of the situation in the Sahrawi refugee camps. That of the ongoing humanitarian struggle of a people who have been living in exile for almost 50 years as refugees in tents and clay-brick homes in a strip of Algerian desert. It was 1975 when the unfinished decolonization process...
The CISP 2022/2023 catalogue includes 5 courses for teachers, aimed at exploring and managing a number of educational challenges, from the commitment to building community in and around the classroom, to the wellbeing of pupils and teachers, to didactic proposals to facilitate the understanding of global phenomena with a strong local impact such as migration and inequality, to the enhancement of sustainable curricula.
All training initiatives are free of charge, will take place online, are approved by the Ministry of Education and included in their S.O.F.I.A. platform catalogue.
The “Kafamuya” (to bring to light, to recognize) project aims to support the protection and defence of human rights in Mali, affirming the need to strengthen social cohesion. In particular, the project addresses the protection of the most vulnerable people in the area of migration, be they women involved in human trafficking, victims of sexual exploitation or gender minorities.
The project strengthens the governance of protected areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina in line with the standards of the European Union, with a focus on the protection of biodiversity and promotion of the tourist potential of the territories, contributing to the sustainable development of the country.
NaturBosniaHerzegovina focuses on Sutieska National Park in Republika Srpska and Blidinje Nature Park. Watch the video testimonials of local beneficiaries who received a grant from the project!