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Xarxa de Convivència

National Network: 
Spain
Address: 
C/ Gravina, 14
17480 Roses Girona
Espagne
Telephone: 
0034665835466
Organisation Type: 
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment: 
2010
General Information: 

The Xarxa de Convivència is aimed at young people at risk of social exclusion or who come from dysfunctional families, above all immigrants with integration problems and, in general, anyone who supports the idea of a cohesive society.

The association is based in Roses (Girona) and has a delegation in Figueres and Málaga. Directorate of 8 members and more than 200 collaborating volunteers.

Projects: Cross-cultural trips, European exchange projects, women's empowerment, promotion of youth leadership, improvement of coexistence.

 

Mission and Objectives: 

- Attention to young people with social inclusion problems,
- Search and create a point of attention for partners where they can find information and any type of support, deriving the problem detected in the corresponding team that forms the network.
- Offer a mediation service to all the partners in order to solve their problems, thanks to a professional and innovative alternative to solve conflicts of all kinds. By favoring and strengthening the coexistence.
- Organization of activities with the aim of bringing the diverse cultures existing in the city closer.
- Simultaneously consolidating coexistence through the organization of meetings, talks of various social topics, and various activities among neighbors.
- Organize trips for learn new values ​​and with the objective of knowing other existing realities.
 

Main Projects / Activities: 

- European exchange projects
- International exchange projects
- Empowerment projects for women
- Youth boosting talent projects
- Community mediation
- Improving coexistence

Contact (1) Full Name: 
Mohamed El Amrani
Job Title: 
President
Head of the organisation: 
Mohamed El Amrani