10 November Nov 2015 0840 10 November 2015
Education and intercultural dialogue as tools against radicalisation
At a time of rising concerns in Europe over radicalization and violent extremism, the role that education and intercultural dialogue can play in promoting respect for diversity, pluralism and human rights is increasingly under the spotlight
9 November Nov 2015 1751 09 November 2015
Syrian Refugee Children Encountering Significant Trauma and Schooling Disruptions Prior to Resettlement
Forty percent of the more than 4 million Syrian refugees who have fled Syria since civil war began in 2011 are under the age of 12, with many encountering substantial schooling disruptions that will affect their learning once resettled, according to a new Migration Policy Institute (MPI).
7 November Nov 2015 1037 07 November 2015
ThinkYoung, the think tank giving youth a voice
It is an NGO that provides European youth under 30 with a platform for debates with decision-makers within Europe. ThinkYoung has been lobbying for young people since 2007 in Brussels, and in the last years it as expanded also to Geneva and Hong Kong.
4 November Nov 2015 1121 04 November 2015
When ex offenders help young people break free from gang crime
SOS Gangs Project is the first ever ex-offender led project in the UK. The project has dramatically cut re-offending, with less than 20% being recalled for further offences against the national average of 75%.
2 November Nov 2015 1731 02 November 2015
Bikes for refugees
In London a community of volunteers refurbishes abandoned bikes and donates them to refugees and asylum seekers
2 November Nov 2015 1135 02 November 2015
Caritas Africa new calls for action
Worried by the tragic events and the dire conditions of thousands of people, the humanitarian organization steps up with concrete proposals and measures. African and European institutions take note…