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Parents involvement in the sexual education of children with Disabilities

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Parents United project is a 24-month project with 5 partners from 5 countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, France, and Spain) that aim to promote holistic sexuality education, capable of providing scientific information, fostering the development of behaviours matured from the information learned and attitudes favourable to building just societies.

In fact, the project wants to develop parents' knowledge and communication skills and to change their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviour towards sex education with their children to assess comfortable behaviour and interaction patterns with their children and to avoid neglecting opportunities for children with disabilities to achieve greater autonomy and quality behavioural development.



Due to the social distance and isolation that has occurred over the past two years as a result of the pandemic, many young people have sought to stay in touch with other peers and have used art and digital technologies as a means to interact and express themselves.  

In addition, the often precarious nature of creative work has made artists and cultural professionals particularly vulnerable to the economic surges triggered by the pandemic. Thus the need for new entrepreneurial ventures has emerged.
The project aims at 3 objectives:
1. Develop artistic and digital skills for young people living in marginalized conditions.
2. Creation of a youth network that provides entrepreneurial tools, develops a sense of belonging and self-esteem, common interest in visual arts

3. Providing opportunities for youth to have their voices heard on personal or community challenges through participation in a competition. 

supporting D/deaf young people into work

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The MAKE IT WORK project will develop project results – tools and training materials – designed to provide access to employment regulations in an inclusive and accessible way for d/Deaf young job seekers. With the products of the project, d/Deaf young job seekers will be able to access employment information in sign language and accessible written forms to use in their daily working lives.


They will have digital resources in sign language at their fingertips which they can refer to in their own time, replay and repeat, and consult without outside help – in other words, they can use the project outputs to exercise self-determination in their employment relationships and working lives. At the same time, provide training and materials for a youth workers to give them the instrument to support the social and professional inclusion of the young d/Deaf job seeker.

Social entrepreneurship for inclusive active leisure and sports

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SPORTS INC. aims to develop a learning programme that gives (prospective) entrepreneurs, business owners and managers from the sports and leisure sector, as well as the civil society organisations, the knowledge, skills and competences to ideate, design, develop, implement and market a service (or product offer) adapted to the specific needs and circumstances of people with disabilities or special needs, either by turning around their existing business or create a new (social) enterprise.​

Target group​:

  1. (Prospective) entrepreneurs wanting to set up a business in the fields of inclusive sports and leisure.​

  2. Existing entrepreneurs in the field of sports and leisure who want to make a turn-around and make a social impact through changing their current activities towards inclusiveness​.

  3. Civil society organisations working with and for people with disabilities, who want to set up their social enterprise



The #WAST project aims to empower young women and youth in the tourism sector, by engaging them in training activities for creating unique sustainable and alternative tours, involving them in their cultural heritage and supporting them in learning new skills and competencies.


  • Young women graduates or students in the tourism or guide-touring sector

  • Professionals in the tourism sector

  • Artists in tourism

  • Labour departments (for women and immigrants)

  • NGOs working with youth, immigrants and refugees

  • Tourism companies and agencies

  • Tourism departments in universities and colleges



Persons with deafness have been amongst those traditionally marginalized from the financial services sector through a mix of inaccessibility, presumptions of limited need and capacity to manage finances, and mindsets that did not view them as a profitable consumer base.

Signing Banks is an Innovative, Human – Centric, Technology program that aims to promote full financial inclusion to people with disabilities in particular to d/Deaf people, including traditional and alternative banking services, online payment

services, financial transactions, and mobile banking.

Signing Banks program lasts 25 months and has 3 main target groups:

  • Financial & Banking World;

  • d/Deaf people;

  • Adult educators working with d/Deaf people.


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The “Youth Social Entrepreneurs Potential” project aims to enable young people, who want to develop their business ideas while generating a positive “return to society”, to develop their social entrepreneurship skills and critical thinking. It also focuses on helping them to acquire the required competences to identify and value the resources of their local cultural and natural heritage.


During the whole duration of the project, the main objectives are:

  • Promote a common understanding of the field of social entrepreneurship by exploring different concepts, formats, and models of social entrepreneurship

  • Facilitate the transfer of good practices and ideas from social enterprises, strengthen community spirit and increase the motivation of young people to participate in society by creating a set of existing local social entrepreneurship initiatives

  • Helping young people, regardless their backgrounds, statuses or educational levels, to learn how they can detect local needs and use their cultural and environmental heritage to launch a social initiative. This will be achieved by creating a European training methodology for Youth (modules, training, learning materials)

  • Developing young people’s entrepreneurial skills to identify resources and business opportunities within the local community and enhance cultural heritage, social and environmental skills, as well as the basic and cross-cutting skills, language and numerical skills

  • Share best practices and ideas on social economy initiatives in communities and create a best practice manual as a result of all project activities



TLN Mobilicat offers linguistic and intercultural guidance and training to young people, prior to 2-month professional internships in any country of the European Union.

The requirements to be able to participate are:

  • Be between 18 and 30 years old;

  • Be registered and in a situation of beneficiary in the Register of the National Youth Guarantee Service on the date immediately prior to the start of the action;

  • Be registered as an unemployed job seeker with the Public Employment Service of Catalonia (SOC);

  • Have intermediate or higher degree specialization studies abandoned prematurely or finished;

  • Have less than three months' work experience in the field of the specialty.

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