Pistes-Solidaires is an association of education that works to promote knowledge, competences and attitudes in favour of justice and equality in a multicultural society and in an interdependent world. Pistes-Solidaires was created in 2002 with the ambition to raise awareness about global problems and to show the potential of change, but also to help people understand the links between their lives and the lives of other people all over the world.
We see education as a whole and also our educational actions - which last throughout life – are based on the 4 pillars of UNESCO: learning to know, learning to do, learning to be and learning to live together. Pistes-Solidaires consists of 3 departments: Learning mobility, European cooperation and Europe Direct.
The partners, who are they ?
KNOW AND CAN ASSOCIATION is a non-governmental organization, founded in 2007 in Sofia, Bulgaria. It works on national and European projects and is developing programs, courses and activities in the sphere of non-formal and informal education and trainings. The Association is accredited as European Voluntary Service Center.
The main goals of the Association are: to elaborate and apply specialized programs aiming to develop social and civil skills of children, youths and adults; to apply modern methods and technologies for development of non-formal education; to train specialists in the sphere of non-formal education.
PiNA - Association for Culture and Education, is a non-profit no governmental organization based in Koper, Slovenia, with the vision to improve the development of civil society, democratic dialogue and guarantee public/open access to modern tools of information and communication technology.
PiNA was founded in 1997 following the initiative of the Open Society Institute of Slovenia; since that time, the mission is to offer quality educational, cultural, research and awareness raising activities. Expecting to give something back to society and to have a positive, enduring influence on the targeted population, all PiNA’s projects share a common idea - the social impact and focus on four main areas: active citizenship, international cooperation, Human Rights and Creativity and/for social reflection.
Cazalla Intercultural is a local NGO located in Lorca, Murcia, in the South East of Spain, founded in 1994. The missión of our team of professionals is “To promote active citizenship, social inclusión, youth mobility, voluntary service, sustainable development, stand up for human rights, integration, society free from discrimination, gender and any type of violence where everybody is equal and receive good treatment and well being, through non-formal education, youth information and international cooperation. Our work is structured in 4 main fields: Voluntary Service, capacity building, international cooperation in the field of youth and local youth work.
REPLAY Network is an association of trainers active at international level within almost all the EU programs dealing with non-formal education, learning mobility and active citizenship. Replay stands for Resources for European Projects and Learning Activities for Youth and its pool of trainers is specialized since long time in providing pre-departure, on arrival and mid–term trainings to EVS volunteers for the Italian National Agency. Replay Network designs, organises and delivers international trainings also for other NAs and realizes large scale international events for public bodies. Replay Network is currently responsible for designing SALTO Euromed’s Educational Tools Portal online, with a specific focus on the M.E.T. (Multilingual Educational ToolBox).
The mission of the association is to promote social cohesion, responsible participation, active citizenship, inclusion and equal opportunities, to support employability, active ageing, cooperation and multiculturalism, building bridges and conditions contributing to the achievement of the Europe 2020 objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
The Fekete Sereg Youth Association was founded in 1997 and is mainly composed by young aged between 13 and 30, living in Nagyvázsony (1800 inhabitants) and in the Vázsony-valley in Hungary. The association’s duty is to represent the interest of the young living in the village at regional, national and international level. Our village is situated in the rural area. The target groups of our association are diverse: students, unemployed ones, minorities (gipsy/roma), disadvantaged and handicapped people etc.
Our mission is to give the youth of the village possibilities to spend their free time by doing useful activities, to support bottom-up initiatives of the young living in the village. Our aim is also to give the same possibilities to our youngsters as others have in the European Union. We collaborate with municipalities, foundations, other regional, national and international organisations, experts and other people supporting youth.
Associação Mais Cidadania (AMC) is a European non-political, non-profit, non-governmental association whose aim is to promote Citizenship, democratize skills, abilities and European belonging among young people. With the believe that participated and inclusive societies are more democratic, AMC operates to raise citizens’ awareness on the importance of being part of their own community, respect and preserve it.
It’s work have been developed in three main areas:
a) Promotion of European dimension;
b) Citizenship Education;
c) Active participation in the community, both at local and European level.