Train of Friendship
The aim of the project is to improve relations between the EU and Russia on the level of people (civil society) by engaging in intercultural dialogue, breaking stereotypes about our respective cultures and learning about each other’s way of life in order to promote peace, dialogue and friendship between our respective nations.
Studen’Trip is a social venture that organizes trips for Moroccan University Students aged between 18 – 25 years old who want to help the community in Moroccan rural areas. The industry of tourism in Morocco is growing and becoming more and more attractive. “Studen’Trip” service will allow students to do community work and connect them with people in need who live in the Moroccan rural areas. Studen’Trip is a social venture but it is also a business that aims to gain profit in order to keep the business and the social impact sustainable.
Conference on digital game-based learning
The goal of the Conference is to provide a floor for deliberations on strategies, policies and best practices of Information and communications technology (ICT) application in education, as well as on development and implementation of innovative teaching and learning methodologies.
To improve the communication between young artists and show the cultural differences in our world through development of an online communication platform. Working in the field, reading studies we have realized that augmenting communication mechanisms between art schools and young artists themselves would provide a significant positive social impact by allowing young artists to share works and ideas and participate in constructive communication with the aim of developing an open artist community active both at a national and regional level.
Girl Friendly School Sanitation Improvement Project
The ‘Girl Friendly School Sanitation Improvement Project in Far Western Nepal’ will be implemented in the schools of two municipalities of Far Western Nepal i.e. Amargadhi municipality of Dadeldhura district and Dipayal Silgadhi municipality of Doti district. The main reason behind choosing these districts is because of the extremely poor sanitation condition and to address the deeply rooted traditional practice called ‘Chhaupadi’ (isolating girls and women from the outside world during their menstruation) which prevails here. Frequent absenteeism of girl students during their menstruation has posed threat in achieving the Millennium Development Goal 2 i.e. attainment of universal primary education in Nepal.