INSIDE Partnership Presented Three Outputs to Help Support European Youth with Identity Challenges

On Oct. 11th, 2018, the international conference: "How to Find Oneself in Diversity? Contemporary Understanding and Findings on Youth Identity" was held in Vilnius, Lithuania.  The event brought together youth scholars from Italy, France, Poland, Romania, the Netherlands, and Lithuania to discuss factors and resources that contribute to youth identity development, as well as present the outputs of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Project: Innovative Curriculum for Strong Identities in Diverse Europe (INSIDE). 

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Kampanija prieš smurtą startavo

2017 m. spalį startuoja naujas projektas „Kampanija prieš smurtą pažeidžiamų asmenų šeimose“. VšĮ Ante Litteram sudarė sutartį su LR socialinės apsaugos ir darbo ministerija dėl šio projekto finansavimo. Projektas bus vykdomas kartu su partneriais Tolerantiško jaunimo asociacija (TJA) ir VšĮ DEMOS kritinės minties institutu.

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CONSULTATION AND INFORMATION CENTRE PLUS

Tolerant Youth association in cooperation with Social – educational initiatives centre PLUS implement the continuous project “Consultation and information centre PLUS”, according to the European Fund for the Integration of third-country nationals, annual Programme 2013. The aim of the project – to increase opportunities for the integration of foreigners coming from non European countries, providing high quality services, ensuring counseling and information centre PLUS continuity. Project duration: July 1 of 2014- June 30 of 2015.

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Innovative Curriculum for Strong Identities in Diverse Europe

TYA is taking part in an international partnership with universities from Italy, France, Romania and Lihtuania. The international research project INSIDE will deliver new knowledge and tools to support European youth in identity-related challenges.

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Dialogue for promoting LGBT issues in Lithuanian regions

As regards LGBT+ rights activism in Lithuania, a problem of certain passiveness of LGBT+ activists & community outside the biggest cities prevails, underpinned in regions by remoteness from bigger cities, and fear of stigmatization in small communities, inner homophobia and low solidarity level.

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