Mateja Pesek, a member of the Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent., will take part in the international project “Project LAB E +”, which will take place in Viana do Castelo (Portugal) from 14th to 18th March. The aim of the project is to promote the Erasmus + programme as a tool for integration in supporting the participation of organisations from disadvantaged areas.
EPEKA, soc. ent, is happy to announce that we are part of the youth exchange “Positive Practices of Mental Success”, which will take place in Coimbra, Portugal, between August 21st and 28th. The exchange will will gather 42 participants from 7 countries: Latvia, Czech Republic, Malta, Poland, Macedonia, Slovenia and Portugal.
EPEKA, Soc. Ent., is a partner in the project “Learning Together”, which will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, between October 2016 and September 2017. This EVS project is coordinated by ProAtlantic (Portugal). The volunteers will be hosted by a Associação QE – Uma Nova Linguagem para a Incapacidad for 1 year.
“Who?” The answer is “Women”. Women and girls throughout the world experience violence, discrimination, inequality, and poverty. Despite the existence of international covenants, regional treaties and domestic laws intended to codify and realise women’s human rights, the reality is that women and girls are routinely unable to claim their basic rights.
EPEKA, Soc. Ent., is a partner in the project ”Work As Smart As Possible” (WASAP) — a Youth Exchange organised by Electronics Students League, which took place in Bucharest, Romania between the 13th and the 18th of February 2017. It gathered together a group of 30 young people coming from Denmark, Estonia, Romania, Slovenia and Turkey.
EPEKA, Soc. Ent., is a partner in the project “Xenophobia Revisited – World War II and the lessons (not) learned in the 21st century”. The project activity will take place from April 26th to May 1st 2017 in Weimar.
EPEKA, Soc. Ent., is a partner in the project “#healthie”. The project activity took place in Tarsus/Mersin, Turkey, between march 1st and 8th 2017. 27 youth workers from 9 different countries participated in the training