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    "DIVE IN - "Preventing violent radicalisation among young people in Europe through innovative training approaches" is funded by AMIF (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund). It aims to support local actors working particularly with young people by improving their knowledge and capacity to prevent and counteract radicalisation (with a specific pragmatic focus on violent radicalisation).

  • Parents Edu (2018-2019)


    The Erasmus + PaRentsEdu project aimed to actively involve parents in the educational process of their children, mainly in extra-curricular activities (home schooling, alternative schools, individual learning, sports activities, etc.), so that they would be a key factor in helping children acquire the knowledge and skills needed to face new challenges in the field of education and for their professional future.

  • YouthEd (2018-2019)


    The project aimed to promote improvements in the quality of youth work by developing the skills and competences of youth workers, as well as to share good practices in the various fields of expertise of the consortium on the issue of migrants and refugees in the school environment.

    Opportunities were provided for the mobility of youth workers, using formal and non-formal education methodologies for the empowerment of young people, better opportunities for personal and professional development and increased motivation and satisfaction in the work environment

  • ACTIVE_U (2018-2019)


    "ACTIVE_U: Social inclusion through sport" is a European Project "Eramus +" KA 2 which aimed to promote the development of skills and learning of young workers with experience in the field of social inclusion of young people through sport. The youth workers were trained in inclusive and innovative actions, so that they could learn about new innovative and inclusive actions through sport.

    Partners from Spain, Portugal and Italy participated in this project.


  • A part of Europe (2017-2018)


    Solidaridad Sin Fronteras coordinated this project together with several European partners and one Spanish partner (the Guarani Association).

    The main objective of the project is to identify and exchange at transnational level good practices to promote the social integration of young immigrants through social participation. These good practices were identified at local and regional level in three countries in the Mediterranean axis of the EU.

  • M.YTH.WORK 2016-2018


    MYth WORK project was designed to address the needs of young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees: on the one hand, to identify innovative techniques in the field of non-formal education addressed to young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees; and, on the other hand, to create - from these techniques - materials addressed to professional staff in the field of youth in order to have evaluated and quality tools.

  • Interhealth (2016-2018)


    The aim of the project was to increase the intercultural competences of healthcare professionals in Europe, through non-formal training. Five intellectual products were developed, one of which, the Policy Recommendations Guide, was led by SSF.

    This project has been funded with support from the European Union.

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    A Part Of EU 2.0

    The A PART OF EU 2.0 project focuses on one of the EU's greatest challenges for the future: achieving the integration of young migrants and minorities (JMM) into society through their participation. As the proportion of migrant and/or minority youth in Europe has increased, the problems and difficulties in their participation have also become more complex, with major barriers to their effective participation being observed.


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    The project "Employment 4 Inclusion" (E4I) focuses on one of the biggest challenges in the integration of migrants, newcomers, asylum seekers and refugees (MRSR) in Europe: how to offer the best intervention model to promote their social and labour inclusion. Greece, Italy and currently Spain are the main destinations for migratory flows to the EU, while France and Denmark host refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.