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SCI towards Gender Sensibility

Posted by projects on Feb 23

During last year’s Exchange Platform Meeting in Sweden, the SCI movement evaluated the abolishment of the gender. Why? Because individuals are much more than their gender and not to have gender balance does not hinder the multiplicity of points of view and cultures that we aim for in our projects and workcamps. Rather than just looking at gender balance, SCI wants to give an alternative to the status quo, since this status quo is not suitable for our movement.

New phase of GAIA MicroGrants starts March 21st

Posted by projects on Feb 14

After a busy GAIA MicroGrants season last year (you can see for yourself in this report), when SCI activists organized 8 inspiring projects around the world, we are ready for more! 

1 Billion Rising Revolution - Which kind of Saint Valentine we want?

Posted by projects on Feb 14

1 in 3 women – about 1 billion - across the planet will be beaten or raped during her lifetime.  Are we sure that today is the day of love? Which love?

World Radio Day: Do you know Radio Ghetto?

Posted by projects on Feb 13

UNESCO’s General Conference, at its 36th session, proclaimed World Radio Day on 13 February. And some activitst and volunteer from SCI are involved in a Radio project. Do you know Radio Ghetto?
Photo credits: Radio Ghetto



YO!FEST 2017: 3000 young people to build up Europe

Posted by projects on Feb 10

The YO!FEST! is an event held every two years and organized by the European Youth Forum, with the aim to gather young people and reflect on the challanges that European Union is facing.

Discussion during the workshop ""Where do you stand?" at YO!FEST in Maastricht, 7 February 2017/ Photo: Martina Pieri

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