• Youth exchange The Power of Theatre

    The FCV has received the support of the Erasmus+ program of the European Commission to coordinate the youth exchange ‘The Power of Theater’. The FCV will host the first week of July 2021 the youth exchange ‘The Power of Theatre’. The activity will take place in a rural environment in the municipality of La Vansa […]

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  • Mainstreaming Media Literacy and Thinking Competences in Youth Work

    The FCV receives the support of the European Comission’s Erasmus+ program to coordinate a strategic partnership project in the field of youth, called “Mainstreaming Media Literacy and Thinking Competences in Youth Work” The project is a 17-month initiative, organized by the FCV and four other non-profit and non-governmental youth organizations with which the FCV has […]

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  • Communication is Key – bilateral volunteering with Greece

    The FCV has received the support of the European Solidarity Corps program of the European Commission to organize the volunteering project ‘Communication is the Key’. FCV will have the pleasure of coordinating the volunteering project ‘Communication is the Key’. Communication is the Key is a project that consists of three parts: a long-term volunteering for […]

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  • FCV will host the international seminar “Youth Leadership for Advocacy”

    Fundació Catalunya Voluntària is happy to share good news: we have received the support of the Erasmus + Program of the European Commission to organize and carry out the training activity for youth workers ‘Youth Leadership for Advocacy’, which It will take place in the Garraf region (Barcelona) in April 2021, if the situation of […]

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  • Forum to promote the validation of the skills of volunteers

    On December 1st, the FCV participated in the ‘Contributing value to volunteering. Skills recognition’ forum, dedicated to knowing tools for the identification, development, recognition and validation of the skills earned by volunteering. The conference was organized by the “Plena Inclusión Madrid” organization, a federation of entities that support people with intellectual disabilities, which groups more […]

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  • The FCV commitment to the SDGs

    The 25th September 2015, the General Assembly of the United Nations approved the 2030 Agenda with the objective of eradicating poverty, fighting against inequality and injustice, and combating climate change among other purposes. This agenda, together with other agreements such as the Paris Accords, set up the route to pursue a common global goal: sustainable […]

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  • I’m going for European volunteering in Barcelona!

    Imagine…it’s  the middle of pandemia, television is making you scared and a bit ‘pandemy-maniac’. What do you do then? Go for ESC – European volunteering in Barcelona! Sounds crazy?  Not as crazy if you think about it longer and deeper. My thought was: ‘Even if I can’t meet many people, there will be a chance […]

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  • Is there life beyond the EU funds?

    A few months before the end of the Erasmus + program of the European Commission, the time has come to look back and analyze which elements would be good to preserve and which would be preferable to change in future Youth Community action programs. At FCV we consider the Erasmus + program to be very […]

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  • ESC in Barcelona – Covid Edition

    Have you ever heard about European Solidarity Corps projects? Or maybe…have you ever think about becoming an ESC volunteer? Probably yes! It’s an amazing opportunity to gain new experiences, to meet open-minded people, to learn languages, to live abroad and see many new places. What is more, this opportunity builds cultural awareness, self-confident, creativity, ability […]

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  • Supportive environment for students with special educational needs

    We are pleased to share the results of the evaluation carried out by the group of teachers of the vocational training center that participated, from September 1 to 8, in the international study visit ‘The Barcelona model in establishing a supportive environment for working with students with special educational needs’, held in Barcelona and Hospitalet […]

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  • Have you heard about 360º Education Alliance?

    It is a proposal from Jaume Bofill Foundation, Barcelona Provincial Council and the Federation of Pedagogical Renewal Movements that defends and promotes an idea: education is a fundamental right that all people should be able to enjoy beyond school. The 360º Education Alliance is made up of a good number of municipalities, county councils, consortia, educational centers, […]

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  • Study Visit with teachers in Barcelona

    In the current situation marked by the pandemic, despite the obstacles and limitations that exist for the organization of face-to-face activities and for international mobility, we are pleased to inform you that, from September 1 to 8, the FCV hosted the international study visit ‘ The Barcelona model in establishing a supportive environment for working […]

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  • Rites of Passage: Strengthening Our Communities

    Since always I have had the curiosity and motivation to live new experiences in order to know more about myself and everything around me. Driven by this motivation I had the pleasure to be involved in the Erasmus+ Training Course called “Rites of Passage: Strengthening Our Communities” held in the Asha Centre (Forest of Dean, […]

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  • FCV takes part at the “Volunteering Summer School”

    From July the 28th till the 30th, the 21st Volunteering Summer School took part, for the first time in an online format version for obvious reasons that everybody knows. The sessions were dedicated to current issues and, from a practical point of view, helped us to reflect on issues that affect our daily lives as […]

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  • Fighting for the future and sustainability of the youth work sector in Europe

    The FCV will soon present the results of the European campaign for the recognition of youth work, carried out by the international network of entities Inter Alia, based in Athens, and composed of entities from Greece, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Portugal, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, Serbia, Germany, Northern Macedonia, Estonia, Turkey, Catalonia and France. […]

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