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This paper aims to showcase the methodology used during the implementation of the Erasmus+ sport action project “Sport Without Boundaries”, in order to share the best practices and knowledge in the field of promotion of social inclusion and equal opportunities through sports and physical activity.
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In this report, we will focus on how to set-up a business incubator specifically designed for young migrants. Essentially, the process is the same as setting up a regular incubator, but there are a few aspects that need special consideration in order for the hub to serve the needs of migrants in the most effective manner.
Aging is one of the most significant social transformations nowadays. People worldwide are living longer. Today, for the first time in history, most people can expect to live into their sixties and beyond. By 2050, the world’s population aged 60 years and older is expected to exceed that of young people aged 15 to 24.
In society, certain groups of people often face social exclusion. Such groups are LGBTQI, people with disabilities or injuries/concussions, migrants, girls and women. It is crucial to take into account each of the vulnerable groups, understand their needs and help them avoid any kind of social exclusion.
The main objective of this paper is to present the results of the study on the already implemented support schemes for migrant entrepreneurship in Europe and harmonize them to create a common methodology on how young migrant entrepreneurship could be supported.
In this paper, integration is understood as a process involving migrants, institutions and local people of the receiving country, all of which are interrelated on legal, economic and social-cultural dimensions. Successful implementation of one of the dimensions is closely related to the successful development of the others.
Research analysis on media in project countries.
Siekiant sėkmingai pasiekti užsibrėžtų tikslų, projektą tikslinga pradėti nuo tiriamojo pobūdžio dalies. Lietuvoje nebuvo tyrimų, kurie tirtų korupcijos formas santykyje tarp advokatų ir jų klientų bylas nagrinėjančių teisėjų. Taip pat, neaptikta tyrimų kalbant apie tai, koks yra projekto tikslinės grupės korupcijos suvokimas.
Tyrimo metu buvo apklaustos Trakų, Kedainių ir Raudondvario (Kauno r.) jaunuolių, suinteresuotų politikos tema, grupes.
„Ko-Partnerystė regionų viešojo valdymo procesuose” paskaitų ciklo metu buvo susitikta su 600+ jaunų žmonių. Kadangi projekto misija yra skatinti susidomėjimą politika ir viešaisiais procesais tarp kuo daugiau jaunų Lietuvos žmonių, o aplankyti visus regionuose gyvenančius jaunuolius nėra įmanoma, naudingą informaciją apie Lietuvos valdžios institucijas, viešuosius procesus ir jaunimo galimybes priartėti prie jų siekiama pateikti šiuo laisvai prieinamu leidiniu.
These guidelines contain the list of key tips that will help youth workers to stay on the good track, get love from the participants and avoid the blunders.
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This toolkit was created in the framework of the KA2 project “ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR CULTYOURE” (EU4YOU) - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - Capacity Building in the field of Youth. The project was coordinated by Youth Express Network and supported by Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Authored by “Business & Innovation Centre of Serres” with the contribution of Victoria Maldonado, IIC Mexican partner
The methodology is a broader term that includes not only one exercise or activity, but, in general, the ways in which you promote refugee integration through sports. This manual includes 10 types of sporting activities that address a specific goal that trainers could wish to achieve.
In order to promote successful integration within new communities, the usual practice is to engage people in collective sports activities. Moreover, these activities can create an environment that fosters teamwork and respect. Essentially, sport can facilitate social inclusion of refugees. It offers a universal language that overcomes national, social and cultural boundaries.
The aim of the research is to examine the possibilities of integrating refugees through youth work activities in Lithuania and Latvia (research countries).
Guidelines include close to 60 different actions & methods to involve refugees into youth work; and, thus, foster their integration efforts. These were tested in the real environment in Lithuania & Latvia throughout summer and autumn of 2017.

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Research on juvenile crime and young (ex-)offenders integration through youth work activities in Lithuania, Croatia and the UK was conducted.
The methodology provides key tips & advice for organising different activities (leisure, sports, arts, psychological & functional support) for young (ex-)offenders.
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Social advertisement: its description and mission.
Stigma in the society & its negative effects.
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