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Along the PATH of history and forced migration

Posted by projects on Nov 17

Today, 17th of November the project officer Alena and EVS Suvi from IS SCI are leaving for Budapest where they are going to participate from 18th to 21th of November  to the preparatory meeting of PATH project.


Alena, project officer at IS - SCI and Suvi, EVS from Finland, leave today for PATH Meeting in Budapest, November 2016. 

"Erasmus for All, Erasmus for Inclusion"

Posted by projects on Nov 15

This year’s Social Inclusion work of SCI continues with the project “Erasmus for All, Erasmus for Inclusion”, funded by the Erasmus+ program, which currently gathers 14 coordinators and activists of the Youth and Unemployment Working Group to evaluate the season of Inclusion 2016, to work on improvement of tools, methods and practices, to elaborate on new possible opportunities for cooperation on the topic of inclusion. 


Participants of the "Erasmus for All, Erasmus for Inclusion" meeting on Social Inclusion in SCI, Bulgaria (November 2016)

From little things, big things grow!

Posted by projects on Nov 11

Today, the steering team of our big international project Global Volunteer Action met in Antwerp to evaluate and celebrate the amazing activities that have taken place since March 2015. The project, supported Erasmus+ KA2, has focused on networking, capacity building, non-formal education and innovation in international youth and volunteer work and has helped to better connect SCI branches in Europe and Asia. A big thank you to the team or all their hard work and passion!

glovola steering team with the grapheazy toolkitGlovola Steering Team proudly present the Grapheazy Toolkit!, Antwerp, Belgium (2016)

SCI Funding for Disaster Relief

Posted by projects on Nov 07

We are talking a lot about funding today, but this time we'd like to introduce you to one of the three funds available from SCI!

SCI's Disaster Relief Fund is available for SCI’s branches, groups and working groups in order to carry out projects of immediate support after a natural disaster or mid/long term projects which include voluntary work with direct and indirect benefits for the local population and ecosystem.  Possible areas of work are for example natural disaster relief activities, knowledge sharing and financial support to the affected communities.

Sustainable Funding by the YFJ

Posted by projects on Nov 07

Our Programme Officer, Alena, is currently in Brussels attending an Info Day organised by the European Youth Forum (YFJ) to address the challenges on sustainable funding for in Europe. Looking forward to hearing all about the info, tips and ideas she will bring back with her.

Participants attend the YFJ finfo day, Brussels, Belgium (2016) photo by the YFJ

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