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February 15th: prepared for the final conference of our 'TURN Online'

February 15th: prepared for the final conference of our 'TURN Online'

On the 15th of February iWith.org is ready to present the results of long term Strategic Partnership project 'TURN ONline: digital transformation of youth organizations, promoting peace and Human Rights'.
 
We are going to organize the Final Conference about the project topics: digital management, online activism, social communication and e-learning.
 
The programme of the activity will include presentation of 2-years work, discussions and workshops from the experts on the topics of TICs and use of the Internet in the youth field.

You can read here the interview from iWith.org to Maria Cristiana Lucaci, vice president of the 'Group of the European Youth for Change Association' who has been involved in the youth sector for 4 years. Cristiana is responsible for the TURN ONLINE initiative in Romania.

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The 'Club Esportiu Horitzó' wins the Sports Web Award!

The 'Club Esportiu Horitzó' wins the Sports Web Award!

This entity is exclusively dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of sports adapted to people with functional diversity, understanding this activity as a way to improve the quality of life of these people. The objective of this award is to help organizations that promote sport with criteria of improvement of society. The winning project will have an iWith.org website with accompaniment until the year 2021.



Continue reading The 'Club Esportiu Horitzó' wins the Sports Web Award!

Originally appeared on Iwith.org Foundation on 10/12/2018

The' Club Esportiu Horitzó' aims to integrate sport into the daily life of people with disabilities. It is the only adapted sports club in Spain that bases its project on non-competitive sport.

Practice boccia, rehabilitation gymnastics, hydrotherapy for women with breast cancer and for neuromuscular patients, swimming, basketball, child psychomotricity in the aquatic environment, table tennis and yoga. He also has basketball, swing, swimming and table tennis equipment.


 

The entity wants to launch a more modern, intuitive and accessible web where the events organized by the entity are visible. Club Horitzó currently has 28 sports sections and the objective is to provide the entity with a website that serves as a communication and integration tool for these sections.

Among other aspects, the new website will also improve the visual image of the entity, give visibility to all events, cost much more practical and necessary communication tools (newsletters, registration forms, event maps ...).

The scholarship Committee of iWith.org, along with Oriol Gaspa. , which contributes with its disinterested endowment to this award, first selected the best proposals from among those that were presented to the call and were granted an advisory scholarship. Thus we have had the opportunity to meet many people dedicated to projects of great social value and to exchange knowledge and impressions on web strategies and online communication.
 
Specifically, this time we have offered advice to:

'Associació esportiva Can Déu', 'Socioesportiu Terrassa Industrial Futsal'​, 'Special Olympics Andalucía', 'Federacion Española de Deportes para Personas con Intelectual​', 'Punt de Partida, Asociación Sportsa', 'Fundación Ramón Rey Ardid', 'Cronisport Club Deportivo', 'Playing spain', 'Red Deporte y Cooperación', 'Fundación l'Alternativa', '100 cities for peace​'. 
 
We give a great congratulations to the Club Deportivo Horitzó, winning entity of the Web Award for Sports Projects. We also thank all the organizations and people that have approached iWith.org on the occasion of this call.
 
iWith.org announces awards every year in different areas to enhance a project and also, without being less important, to meet those who are working to improve the world.
 

 
 

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The Parliament of World Religions Panel Shares Knowledge and Best Practices to End Violence Against Children

The Parliament of World Religions Panel Shares Knowledge and Best Practices to End Violence Against Children

Arigatou International, in partnership with UNICEF, organized a panel discussion on Ending Violence in Early Childhood – Working Together with Religious Communities, on 6 November 2018 in Toronto, Canada, in the framework of the Parliament of World Religions.


Reflecting on the Critical Need of Ethics Education to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Learning to Live Together Programme

Reflecting on the Critical Need of Ethics Education to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Learning to Live Together Programme

As part of the 10th-anniversary celebrations of the Learning to Live Together Programme, Arigatou International - Geneva organized a series of seminars in Bosnia andHerzegovina, Colombia, Israel, and Sri Lanka to foster reflections about the critical need for learning to live together in contemporary societies and amidst violence, discrimination, populism and violent ideologies. 


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