Artsformation is a research project that aims to understand, analyse, and promote the ways in which the Arts can reinforce the social, cultural, economic, and political benefits of digital transformation.
‘Assemblies of Solidarity’ is a citizens-led engagement and communications project, aiming at connecting groups that are disproportionately affected by Covid-19.
We are a group of civil society organizations, citizens and residents from across Europe, joined in a common effort to promote a forward-looking and citizens-centered European democracy.
The Civic Council on European Democracy is a platform that brings about energetic proposals to shake and reshape the European myth, bringing about new stories of common origin and destination.
‘From the Sea to the City’ is a joint Initiative that aims to join forces to reimagine the European stance on migration with cities and human rights at the center.
Room to Bloom supports 100 young feminist artists. It is a training and peer learning programme. It funds 15 artistic productions, which will be staged in international Biennales. The supported artists will engage in constructing feminist and postcolonial artistic narratives of Europe.
"Solidarity in Europe" is a research project in cooperation with the University of Siegen that aims to determine the status quo of European solidarity and pathways towards a future Europe of solidarity.
Transeuropa is one of the longest-running transnational art and political festivals in Europe. Founded in 2007 in London, Transeuropa takes place every two years in a different European city.
Workers without Borders advocates for the European institutions to do more to protect the rights of workers who move. In particular, it calls on the newly established European Labour Authority to take initiative in order to protect the rights of young workers and people in precarious forms of employment.
URBACT’s mission is to enable cities to work together and develop integrated solutions to common urban challenges, by networking, learning from one another’s experiences, drawing lessons and identifying good practices to improve urban policies.
EURYKA aims to study the relations between inequalities and young people’s ways of doing politics and to advance scenarios for future democratic models and political systems in Europe that are more inclusive for young people.
A series of two trainings bringing together activists and citizens willing to stand against hate speech and far-right radicalism in Central and Eastern Europe.
The “Co-Creation” project is a four-year research project that aims to address urban disadvantage and territorial stigmatisation, by bringing together different actors such as researchers, policy makers, residents and artists, to ‘co-create’ understanding about marginalised neighbourhoods and to address disadvantage.
Ahead of the 2019 European Parliament elections, a group of young activists travelled throughout fifteen European countries on board of five caravans reaching out to places of struggle and resistance, in defense of fundamental rights beyond borders.
Urban Alternatives is a mapping project that looks to understand and map those initiatives that are emerging from the many urban social movements that are claiming the right to the city, occupying urban space, demanding social justice, democratic participation, cultural spaces and economic transformations.