We are an informal group of youngsters active into local society for the last 4 years. We have implemented several initiatives for young people of our society in order to prevent marginalization as a result of social exclusion and drug abuse.One of our initiatives, was YiA 18+ site. We made our best effort in order to broadcast and provide all vacancies and opportunities, which are related to youth mobility, and life- long learning. YiA 18+ site is already a successful site which contributed to measurable outcomes during its first year of work.
We wish that we may boost employability amongst youngsters, while we will have the chance to broaden our target group. We do strongly believe that this initiative is worthwhile and thus we are highly dependent upon your personal contribution.
We are running an ongoing crowdfunding for this wonderful website that informs youth about upcoming projects and training courses for Erasmus+, without asking for money or donations!
How is it possible? Through Affiliate marketing, in which our website is 100% based. Please have a look at the attached document and ask your friends to join our campaign as well.
0.9euro will be deposited to our banking account, for each valid subscription.
Thank you very much for your time!!!
European Action Day – Safer Internet Day, 11 February 2014
The No Hate Speech Movement is organising a European Action Day on the occasion of the Safer Internet Day on 11 February 2014.
The aim of this day is to make the Internet a safer space for expression and to support young people to contribute to the governance of the Internet. This European Action Day aims at raising awareness about the responsibility of users regarding the way they’re using the Internet and how they can contribute to make the online space safer. The role of education is essential to support young people to use the Internet safely and to make them aware of the risk of hate speech.
For this, the Safer Internet Day Slogan of 2014 is: “Let’s create a better Internet together” . A better Internet means a place where human rights apply and hate speech has no place, where young people can feel free and safe to express their opinions and speak their mind, just as they would in the offline world.
More information here:
EAD SID Presentation final.doc (107.00 kB)
Visit the Campaign platform for more information on 11 February 2014!
See more at: http://www.saferinternetday.org/web/guest
Human Rights Day has been celebrated on the 10th December since 1950 to bring to the attention ‘of the peoples of the world’ the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations. Since 1950 the issue have not become less important, only the media changed. Internet is the new media where applying Human Rights is as importnat as anywhere else. Human Rights violations occur in every second online in chatrooms, in forums, in online games, on information portals and on different social media. The No Hate Speech Movement is organising actions to emphasize the importance respecting Human Rights of all people online! Human Rights Online! via Thunderclap: Human Rights ONLINE!.