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Associazione InCo - Molfetta APS (Italy)

InCo – Molfetta is a non-profit association, born in 2016, acronym standing for “Interculturality and Communication”. The main aim of the association is to put in contact different cultures. InCo promotes and supports mobility abroad, contacts, exchanges and meetings at international level; it promotes mutual tolerance and intercultural sensitivity among young people and adults; supports the informal process of European integration in the local community; contributes at the recognition of the youth work and enhances its quality at local and national level. InCo-Molfetta’s activities are addressed to create intercultural abilities and non-formal competences for all the participants.

Main activities of InCo are:
– raising awareness about EU and its opportunities at local level thanks to international events and celebrations;
– organizing workshops/courses regarding European projects, ICT, language, entrepreneurship, group work on certain topics, seminars in public schools regarding the European mobility;
– supporting schools in the implementation of the dual system of study/work with a focus on youth work recognition;
– supporting schools and municipalities in the recognition of the youth work;
– supporting the local municipality in the implementation of local youth policies;
– running the regular activities of our webradio/podcasts (ANG in Radio FGen);
– contributing to the designing and implementation of activities of the local youth center together with the relevant stakeholders;

In order to reach its objectives InCo-Molfetta implements several projects within programs such as: ESC, Erasmus+, C.E.R.V. and local/national grants.

Universitatea Nationala de Educatie Fisica si Sport (Romania)

The National University of Physical Education and Sports Bucharest (UNFES), one of oldest public institutions founded in Europe, in 1923, offers each year degree programs – bachelor, master and doctoral programs, for about 1500 students, in the physical education, sports and kinesitherapy areas of studies. The high level of educational services are recognized by the Romanian Agency of Quality in Higher Education.

UNEFS offer included:
– 2 bachelors degree (in Physical Education and Sport and in Kinesiotherapy and Special Motricity);
– 5 master degree (Physical Education and Leisure Sport Activities, Performance Sport, Adapted Physical Activities, Rehabilitation and motor learning, Nutrition and Body Reshaping);
– 1 doctoral degree in Sport Science.

The university includes also Center for Interdisciplinary Scientific Researches, Center of Continuing Education, Center of Counselling and Career Orienteering, Library, Discobolul Publishing House and Printing House.
The University is the owner of two didactic basis:
on the Black Sea Coast and in Parang Mountain. Both educational spaces and student accommodation spaces are completely renovated at European standards, providing ideal conditions for training, relaxation and comfort.
UNEFS experience in higher education is oriented to the education quality and to the academic community performances, being confirmed by the important number of graduates who have become famous and appreciated in many countries of the world.

UNEFS furthermore undertakes the following actions:
develops and implements science in its domain of activity, at national and international levels, by promoting the healthy and active life style, the performance in sport, and the physical therapy;
enriches and treasures its theoretical and practical knowledge, but also its stores of specialty books and documents;
promotes its own and the universal scientific values, methodologies, inventions and innovations, modern theoretical and practical knowledge, experience and creative thinking, in relation to physical exercises;
provides, at the European qualification standards, student training and specialty further training in physical education, sports, kinetotherapy and other related professions;
organizes the student – centered teaching and learning, in order to train specialists with a solid professional-scientific background, highly prepared for educatiional, scientific, cultural, social and economic activities specific to the domain, but also to continuously improve its graduates’ proficiency, in the spirit of progress, knowledge and continuous education;
promotes international cooperation and integration into the European higher education system, from the structural, qualitative and economic effectiveness points of view; provides a psychosocial climate favorable to both achievement of professional performances competitive at the international level and the construction of a successful career.
The UNEFS international cooperation actions are rendered effective through: inter-university mobility for students, teaching and research staff, auxiliary teaching staff;
exchanges of experience and organization of workshops, conferences, congresses; further training stages in internationally acknowledged education and research units; study programmes developed in international partnership; specialty training stages.

Association Jean Monnet (France)

In 1986, former collaborators and relatives of Jean Monnet created the Association of Friends of Jean Monnet.

Two years later, in 1988, declared the “Jean Monnet European Year” on the occasion of the centenary of his birth, President François Mitterrand paid a final tribute from the homeland to this “Great Man”, by having his ashes transferred to the Pantheon on the occasion of a solemn ceremony bringing together the Heads of State and Government of European countries.

Since its inception, the main purpose of the Jean Monnet Association has been the transmission of the memory and legacy of the man who is today considered one of the Fathers of Europe.

Even today, she continues to share with an ever-growing audience the strength of Jean Monnet’s actions and teachings. Maintaining Jean Monnet’s legacy also means contributing to the development and strengthening of the legacy he bequeathed to us, the European Union. This is why the Association strives to convey the values of the Union, peace, solidarity, tolerance and the common interest, as well as to shed light on the construction of Europe and the current events of today’s Europe.

By organising differents projects and conferences each year, mainly on the site of the Maison de Jean Monnet in the Yvelines, and for all audiences, the Association contributes to bringing the EU and its citizens closer together.

Very attached to European values and to the transmission of the teachings of the founding fathers, the association works on a daily basis to meet the public and popularize European issues to the general public. By informing different publics about the origin and the foundations of the European project, as well as about the EU today, it aims to promote adherence to European values and encourage active citizenship. It has a privilege to implement our activities in the unique setting of the house in which the Declaration of 9 May was drafted in 1950. It also carries out common initiatives and activities with local partners from the region Ile-de France and collaborate with European CSOs to organize and/or take part in various events related to the EU.

Ayuntamiento de Altea (Spain)

Altea is a Spanish city located on the Mediterranean coast of Alicante (Community of Valencia, Spain) with the Sierra de Bèrnia as a backdrop. It has a population of 23,000, of which 35% are foreigner nationals, the majority coming from other European countries. This percentage increases significantly during the summer months. Altea ́s main economic sector is tourism, followed by agriculture and the fishing industry. Altea ́s multiculturalism proves in itself that it is a European city. Furthermore, in April 2019, Altea was awarded the the title of Valencian Cultural Capital. This award confirms the firm commitment of Altea to culture as an instrument of social cohesion and economic development.
Additionally, in December 2020, Altea was awarded the “V Edition of the Volunteer Awards”, for the management of COVID-19 within the framework of the URBACT: Volunteering Cities project.
The Municipality of Altea offers a wide range of services focused on economic and social development. It develops its activities in key sectors that look to the future: innovation, entrepreneurship, commerce, environment, energy, smart cities, education and training, culture and heritage, urban mobility, social inclusion, employment, health and equality.
In order to foster economic development, youth education and employment, the Municipality has implemented EuroAltea, an office dedicated to the development of European projects for the city and its citizens. To do so, EuroAltea has, as its most important aim, to find and create a range of opportunities for its young citizens. EuroAltea is a young public organisation that reflects the willingness to look to the future in local areas and to develop a global way of thinking. It’s certain that thinking towards the European Union means sharing experience, ways of working, ideas and good practices. The aim of EuroAltea is to develop an innovative space in the municipality that fosters talent, creates opportunities and improves the quality of life in the urban environment.
It works closely with public organisations such as the council of social wellbeing, environment or the Local Development Agency to understand the needs of the population and to provide advice to the local government bodies, companies, young people and citizens of the municipality as well as to help, guide and assist in attracting European funding. EuroAltea helps the population to participate in educational programs and gain experience abroad through European programs like the EURES network or Erasmus+. Finally, the office adds a clear European perspective to the city and favours the sense of European citizenship among young people.