We don’t ask ourselves whether another world is possible but rather, we try to concentrate on the way to obtain change by sharing our knowledge and ideas.

Networking doesn’t only mean connecting organizations, people and experiences. In order to generate added value through a network it is necessary that all of the actors involved wish to share their own knowledge and are willing to contaminate themselves, recognizing that which is positive and essential in each interlocutor.

We believe that sharing ideas is the best way for them to grow, with the objective of improving both individually and collectively. We start from the assumption that acquiring knowledge is a process which should never consider itself completed. Innovation is rarely born of a single revolutionary idea, most often it originates from the ability to bring improvements to the many, already existing, good ideas, making them visible and accessible.

Thus, our habitat is a place where sharing and contamination thrive.


Training of candidate volunteers of the European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps

The European Solidarity Corps programme aims to provide young people, including those with fewer opportunities, with easily accessible opportunities for engagement in solidarity activities, while improving and validating their competences.

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Civil society and human rights in Eswatini

In Eswatini we support human rights associations through the promotion of knowledge and participatory methods, thus facilitating the work of local networks and the interaction between different public and private entities operating in the African country.

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