Celebrating the ME4Change Pitching Event in Milan

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It’s time for pitching! ME4CHANGE PROJECT CAME TO MILAN FOR BOOSTING THE EVENT, DEDICATED TO MIGRAPRENEURS BUSINESS IDEAS Migrants Empowerment for Change —  project’s aim is to create, improve and provide wider dissemination of support schemes for young migrant entrepreneurs to help them becoming self-employed and building a successful enterprise (profit- generating or with social Read more

Migrant Entrepreneurship: untapping the potentials

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Nowadays, more and more youngsters are approaching entrepreneurship as a bright career. In recent times, the startups by young entrepreneurs have got enormous success and huge funding from various resources. There are many business owners of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who dream of migrating to developed (and at times not so developed) countries, but only Read more

“From Violence to a Place of Power: A Funder Convening on Movement Building to End Sexual Violence”

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On July 10, a London convening examined a specific context “From Violence to a Place of Power: A Funder Convening on Movement Building to End Sexual Violence“, organised and celebrated by NoVo Foundation, Oak Foundation, Unbound Philanthropy and Ariadne. Jude Kelly facilitated the discussion to explore how philanthropy can radically increase its support for the Read more

Dar el Kalimat : Working for Women Inclusion through Intercultural Activities

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Hana Bensalem e Caty Suquillo are the President and Vice-President of Dar el Kalimat Association. With their great enthusiasm and positive energy, they co-manage this organization, renovating their will to promote integration day by day. Through their contribution and thanks to their help in promoting the ME4Change project, many young migrants applied for or have Read more

The 4th EU Migration Forum

The 4th EU Migration Forum: a great two-days conference discussing the future of the EU

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On last March 6 and 7, I had the honour to attend the 4th EU Migration Forum, celebrated in Brussels jointly organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the Commission. The focus of this year edition was on the labour market inclusion of migrants, whose unemployment rate in the EU remains high, standing Read more