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- خريطة متعددة الثقافات لمدينتك

هدفت مبادرة خريطة متعددة الثقافات لمدينتك إلى معالجة التعصب والقوالب النمطية وغيرها من المشاغل الاجتماعية والثقافية الرئيسية من خلال تعزيز الاحترام المتبادل داخل المجتمعات المحلية في جنوب إيطاليا وفيما بينها. من أجل تحقيق هذه الأهداف، خلُص المنظمون إلى ضرورة تعزيز...

A.p.s Le Ragunanze

National Network
Italy
Address

via Fabiola 1
Roma
Italy

Telephone
065349207
Telephone (other)
065349207
Fax
065349207
E-Mail
apsleragunanze@gmail.com
Mobile Phone
065349207
Mobile Phone (other)
065349207
Organisation Type
Other
Year of Establishment
2014
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
The Association of Social Promotion "Le Ragunanze" is made up of people who want to promote and engage in the dissemination of culture and art in all its expressions. The Association is inspired by the principles of free associationism, is non-political and does not pursue profit-making
Mission and Objectives

The association has the fundamental task of promoting and managing activities of social and territorial utility in favor of associates or third parties in full respect of the freedom and dignity of the members themselves, encouraging above all initiatives aimed at Culture. "Ragunanza" was a daily word from the Baroque era and meant "meeting", gathering more people, mainly individuals of any artistic expression.

Main Projects / Activities

Every year the association organizes the literary contest "Le Ragunanze", which involves writers from every region of Italy. Among the activities there are poetry readings, cultural meetings in collaboration with other associations, all with the aim of encouraging the meeting and enhancement of creativity.

Contact (1) Full Name
Michela Zanarella
Head of the organisation
Michela Zanarella

Accademia ISA

National Network
Italy
Address

Via Giuseppe Meda, 7
20136 - Milano (Italy)

Milano
Italy

Telephone
+39.02.89422043
Fax
+39.02.89422043
E-Mail
info@accademiaisa.it
E-Mail (2)
presidenza@accademiaisa.it
Mobile Phone
+39.348.2379729
Mobile Phone (other)
+39.339.7762355
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
  2. Democracy and community development
  3. Heritage
  4. International/Cultural relations
  5. Religion
  6. Research
  7. Youth and education
General Information
1.The Accademia ISA - Inter-religious Studies Academy has been established in September 2007. It has 12 charter members and 40 volunteers. 2.Yearly fixed incomes of the Association are around 12000 euros, coming from membership fees and voluntary deeds. 3.Other subventions are due to sponsorships by local authorities, public and private foundations, as well as to private donations. 4.The main activity of the association is Teachers and Students Training in the field of Inter-Religious Studies; this activity is developed by means of school lessons, seminars, production of multimedial and printed didactical materials, artistic and cultural events, research projects. 5.The training activities involve local authorities (i.e. Counselorships for Equal Opportunities, Integration, Education and Culture; Local School Offices), Universities and other associations with similar purposes (University of Milan; IHEI - Institut des Hautes Etudes Islamiques), as well as religious communities (i.e. the Rabbinic Assembly of Italy and the Italian Islamic Religious Community - COREIS)
Mission and Objectives

The mission of the Accademia ISA is “to promote intellectual, educational and academic initiatives, at a national as well as at an international level, for a better and deeper knowledge of Abrahamic Religions” (Charter of the Association). The main objectives are:
- Teachers and Students Training about abrahamic religions, inter-religious dialogue and intercultural citizenship
- A better knowledge and mutual understanding between different religious communities
- A better knowledge and understanding between religious communities and civil society
- Enrichment and promotion of the Euro-Mediterranean cultural heritage
- Promoting activities against racism, anti-Semitism and religious discrimination
- Promoting the values of citizenship in the multicultural Europe, including equal opportunities and children rights
- Promoting multi-disciplinary research projects in the above mentioned fields

Main Projects / Activities

- Imam e Rabbini 2007/2008 (Imams and Rabbis 2007/2008) touring meetings in the main Italian cities (i.e.Ferrara, Milan, Turin, Genova, Florence, Rome), dealing with the main themes of spirituality and doctrines (faith and reason; mystics; intercultural brotherhood), which are developed each time by an Italian Imam and a Chief Rabbi in the aim of dialogue and spiritual convergence.
- Islamo-Christian Dialogue. Research project following the intellectual movement of "A Common Word between Us and You" (www.acommonword.org), in order to point out methods and subjects for a better undestanding between Christians and Muslims.
- Qui est le Prophète Mouhammad. Editorial project in partnership with the IHEI - Institut des Hautes Etudes Islamiques
- Voci di Pace nell'Europa multiculturale e multireligiosa (Voices for Peace in a multicultural and multi-religious Europe) - travelling show of didactical panels dealing with citizenship, inter-religious dialogue and Mediterranean heritage, in the cities of Milan, Turin,Vicenza and over)

Contact (1) Full Name
Laura Enriello
Contact (2) Full Name
Paolo Masotti

Apply for the World House programme, Italy

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The World House program is a training and civic engagement experience for young leaders, promoted by the ALF member Rondine Cittadella della Pace (Italy). The program focuses on social impact, peace education and leadership, includes an academic course, and offers participants a 2-year experience in a vibrant and challenging international campus. The deadline to apply is January 10, 2023.

Are you ready to learn how to transform the conflict into an opportunity and generate social change?
The World House program is the experience that you are looking for!

More information: https://callforparticipants.rondine.org/

ARCS Arci Culture Solidali

National Network
Italy
Address

Via dei Monti di Pietralata 16 00157 Rome
00157 Rome
Italy

Telephone
0039 06 41609500
Fax
3.91E+11
E-Mail
arcs@arci.it
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1985
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. Gender
  4. Human rights
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Others
  7. Youth and education
General Information
Arcs – Arci Cultura e Sviluppo is the Ngo of the system Arci and was founded to carry out activities in the field of international cooperation and solidarity. Being the Ngo of a national association implies an organizational model which is quite peculiar, in the sense that, also in its structure, ARCS is the expression of the associative dimension that characterizes Arci. The staff is composed as follows: 7 headquarters,5 expats, 7 local The budgetary resources available in a year totals around € 1.500.000 coming from private donors(through fund raising campaign), the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Organizations Italian Regions and Local Bodies. Our main partners are: ARDI, Multikultivator, NSHC in the Balkans; Reneé Moawad Foundation and Mada in Lebanon; WLSA, Forum Mulher Cruz Vermelha and Nafeza in Mozambique; ECRC, YDD in the West Bank and East Jerusalem; the Sem terra movement and IBASE in Brazil
Mission and Objectives

The institutional aims of ARCS are related to realize interchange, training and international cooperation projects in accordance with the values and principles of its mother association: -to realize programmes aimed at social promotion and active participation of citizens to the creation and reinforcement of democracy in their own countries; -to realize sensitizing campaigns aimed at the protection and defence of human rights, with a particular care to minorities, children and women; -to promote projects related to institutional and capacity building and interchange activities between local communities, with a particular attention to the social and cultural sectors The methodology, the context, the partners and contents of the action refer to the promotion of relationships between communities, groups of affinity and/or gender. The added value to the relations between the communities of “recipient” countries and the Italian ones is an important guarantee of sustainability of any intervention we undertake.

Main Projects / Activities

The main axes of ARCS international activity are: the commitment to childhood youths and to social promotion of women; the promotion of local democratically-oriented development and active citizenship; the support to the Third Sector and more generally to the associative movement; the intervention in emergency situations and the diffusion of youth international voluntary work. Arci is the promoter of Attivarci, a fund raising campaign to support eight projects fostering childhood in several areas of the world and carried out by ARCS. Arcs main activities are: information and development education campaigns both in Italy and in developing countries; community level training in developing countries; short and medium term programmes of international cooperation; in developing countries; selection, training and employment of volunteers and professionals in developing countries in support of programmes and activities.; decentralized cooperation programmes; emergency programmes.

Contact (1) Full Name
Silvia Stilli
Head of the organisation
Filippo Miraglia
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As Life (Comme la vie): Partager des expériences à travers les arts

L'infertilité est un problème mondial qui affecte les couples et les familles. Dans la société palestinienne, on incrimine généralement les femmes qui ne mettent pas d’enfant au monde à cause de la société patriarcale, selon une recherche menée par l'Université...

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As Life: Sharing Experiences through Arts

Infertility is a worldwide problem that affects couples and families. In the Palestinian society, women are usually blamed for not baring a child, because of the patriarchal society, according to research conducted by Birzeit University. In Italy, the situation differs...

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التعليم
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As Life: Sharing Experiences through Arts كالحياة: تبادل التجارب من خلال الفنون

العقم مشكلة عالمية تؤثر في الأزواج والأسر. وفي المجتمع الفلسطيني، تُلام المرأة بالأغلب على عدم الإنجاب، بسبب المجتمع الأبوي، وذلك وفقاً لبحوث أجرتها جامعة بيرزيت. يختلف الوضع في ايطاليا عنه في فلسطين، إذ يقل عدد الأزواج الذين يريدون أطفالاً، وفقاً...

Associazione "Peripli. Culture e Società Euromediterranee"

National Network
Italy
Address

Piazza S. Francesco 5
06023 Gualdo TADINO
Italy

Telephone
0039 075 9108215
E-Mail
maria.donzelli@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
info@peripli.org
Mobile Phone
0039 3490974705
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2009
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Gender
  3. Heritage
  4. Human rights
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Media
  7. Research
  8. Youth and education
General Information
Peripli is a non-profit cultural association. It is endowed with a President, a Board of Directors of 5 members, a Scientific Council and various partners. It has no employees. Its annual budgeting resources amount to around € 1,000 for current expenses. Members self-finance. Among its many modes of action: training courses in high schools, Café Philo, organization of events, conferences, round tables, international meetings, publications, etc. The main partners of Peripli in its actions are: Mediterranean Citizens' Assembly Foundation (FACM) - Valencia (Espagne), CNR, Italian Institute for Philosophical Studies - Naples, Italian Institute of Historical Studes - Naples, COPEAM / RAI / Rome, ARAPRESS / Rome, Turin University, LUISS University - Rome, Movimento Europeo - Italy, IRCM - Tunis, Ecole Normale Supérieure - Rabat, AGM - Rome, SESAMO - Italy, Fondazione Orestiadi of Gibellina and Dar Bash Hamba of Tunis, etc.
Mission and Objectives

PERIPLI (www.peripli.org) is a no-profit organization promoting the dialogue among Euro-Mediterranean cultures and societies through the creation of a permanent discussion board on social and cultural subjects. More specifically, PERIPLI operates in the field of training, education and scientific research by creating partnership with other institutions such as public and private institutions and associations at national and international level mainly in the following areas: cultural heritage and culture and citizenship. PERIPLI develops a dialogue among societies and cultures as a mean to assert fundamental rights (civic, political, economical, social and cultural rights; gender equality), democracy and justice by pursuing values based on mutual respect. PERIPLI operates also through a dynamic and flexible organizational model by establishing collaboration and high-level partnerships to prepare and implement programs and technical multidisciplinary teams to support: publishing and audio-visual products, events, meetings and workshops’ organization; communication activities.

Main Projects / Activities

Among his many activities (see www.peripli.org), in 2010, PERIPLI organized an international conference in Rome on "The Arab world and Europe between conflicts and peace". The Proceedings of the conference were published in 2014 for Ed. L’Harmattan, Paris; in 2013, in collaboration with the Advisory Council of the ACM and the Moroccan Embassy in Italy, PERIPLI organized an international conference on "Europe and the Arab World in the times of transition: what reforms?", whose Proceedings are in preparation. In January 2014 PERIPLI led a conference called “Training and work: a challenge for the Mediterranean area”, during which PERIPLI analysed the crisis of work civilization and consequent challenges of rethinking a “Mediterranean project”. In June 2015 (Naples) "Cultural diversity and citizenship" in collaboration with CNR, "Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Migrants Rights in the Mediterranean, University "l'Orientale" Naples, FACM.   Peripli organizes training courses at the Licei G. da Procida of Salerno, Liceo di Pagani, Liceo Casimiri of Gualdo Tadino on issues related to the cultural, social and political problems of the Mediterranean area and its relations with Europe in order to developing the awareness of a Euro-Mediterranean citizenship among the younger generations. The courses are organized in partnership with some national and international institutions and have an annual duration. Moreover Peripli promotes and organizes a Café Philo on current issues such as eg. that of migrations, its causes and its effects in the Mediterranean area. It have an annual duration. In the current year Peripli organizes in May a debate meeting on the topic citizens of the Web / the Web of citizens, in June an event on Islamic cultures, in October an international conference on the theme of tangible and intangible heritages of the Mediterranean.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

The activities and objectives of Peripli are in harmony with those of the ALF and its network. They involve various institutional partners both of Italian civil society and of the Mediterranean area. Peripli is open to the collaboration of public and private organizations that share its objectives and values for the construction of joint projects in order to make the dialogue between representatives of various Mediterranean cultures more and more profitable. This dialogue seems to be increasingly urgent in an area where conflicts seem to prevail today. But this sensitization towards the construction of a Mediterranean area of peace requires ever more extensive synergies and increasingly effective partnerships. Peripli provides its experience and expertise to the its country's network, offering itself as a bridge between its partners.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

The presence of Peripli in the ALF Network can help to expand its partnership. Peripli aims to collaborate with institutions from other Mediterranean countries to carry out joint projects at national and international level with an interdisciplinary and intercultural methodology. On the other hand, Peripli intends to make its own contribution to the contents and to the common activities by making available the already consolidated patrimony of partnership, in a perspective of inclusion and cultural growth.

Contact (1) Full Name
Maria Donzelli
Job Title
Professor
Head of the organisation
Prof. Maria Donzelli
Contact (2) Full Name
Rita Felerico
Job Title (2)
Journalist