European Projects, Free to Choose

IV meeting of the committee of Sociology of Labour of the European Federation of Sociology

“How are we getting out of the crisis?”

21-22 June 2018

WS1: Sociological Research

Barcelona (Spain) – Anna Giulia Ingellis, Marcela Jabbaz, and Capitolina Diaz from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology of the University of Valencia (UNIVAL) presented the first results of one of the research carried out in the framework of the EU project FreeToChoose (FtC) – as part of the activities foreseen by WS1 Operational Map – during the IV meeting of the committee of Sociology of Labour of the Spanish  Federation of Sociology at the University of Barcelona on the 21st  and 22nd  of June 2018.

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CTRL+ALT+ENTERPRISE, European Projects


13 June 2018 – Pordenone

Supporting self-employment and entrepreneurship for disadvantaged people when local public and private bodies act in close cooperation proved to be possible. This was the focus of the Final Info Day of the Ctrl+Alt+Enterprise that took place at the Council Chamber of the former Province of Pordenone in Largo San Giorgio 12, at 9am.

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European Projects, MEDES

MEDES Closing Event and future perspectives

SACILE. 29 – 31 May 2018. The MEDES Week, that started on the 29th of May, closed yesterday with huge success. All the partners took part in the events organized under the direction of the Municipality of Sacile and Municipality of Villareal, MEDES project leader. During the events, it was possible to show the great results obtained from the project which developed an innovative methodology of Mediation, conflict resolution and prevention of bullying and early school leaving phenomena. Satisfaction and enthusiasm were expressed by the two partner schools, Balliana Nievo School of Sacile and IES Miralcamp. Indeed, the 3-day closing event coincided with the exchange week of the Spanish students in Italy.

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