TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migration Labs

ACTA Romania Welcomed 2 ESC Volunteers

As part of TAS project ACTA Center started preparatory work in May 2021, together with our partners Co.P.E. and Vocal Europe, for the recruitment process of volunteers. ACTA prepared an invitation for the open call on the European Solidarity Corps platform, as well as on social media (Facebook, Twitter) and during local events in order for […]

COPE (ITALY) WELCOMED 2 ESC VOLUNTEERS

As part of the TAS Migration LABS project, 2 young volunteers were selected via the Solidarity Corps Platform and hosted by project partner from Italy – Co.P.E. Sharon and Samuele were included in the Co.P.E. staff and carried out the final activities related to the TAS labs project, as well as fine-tuned activities depending on the […]

ROMANIA: Tas Labs Multiplier Event

Participation: the event involved 25 participants from Romania Location / Dates: the event took place in Oradea, Romania, on August 26, 2021, in physical format Short description: the event aimed to disseminate the results of the Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis-Migration Labs AS project and addressed young people, professionals and stakeholders in the field of migration. The audience […]

PROJECT PARTNERS

ACTA Center
Romania
www.actacenter.ro
– lead partner

Cooperazione Paesi Emergenti
Italy
www.cope.it

Instituto Marques de Valle Flor
Portugal
www.imvf.org

Terraforming
Serbia
www.terraforming.org

Vocal Europe
Belgium
www.vocaleurope.eu

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