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The Network: together against THB

CARTT is proposed by ARCI

ARCI is an independent association of social and civil promotion founded in 1957 in Italy. Composed of 5.600 clubs and over 1.100.000 members, ARCI has its roots in the 19th century tradition of mutual solidarity and people’s self-organizing capacity. ARCI promotes and supports associations as a factor of social cohesion, a place for civil and democratic commitment, a place where assert rights of citizenship and fight against every way of exclusion and discrimination.

Since 1994, Arci organize every year the Anti-mafia Caravan, an itinerant campaign based on organizing events against crime in Italy. In 2005 and 2011 the Caravan for Legality became international, travelling through Europe, Balkans, and Tunisia. In order to establish a best practices EU Network, including non EU countries, all initiatives were organized jointly with organizations active in the field of Education to Lawfulness, belonging to local civil society

Since 2006 ARCI promotes concrete actions aimed at minimizing, through mobile units and open door support office, the consequences of sexual and labor exploitation, providing prevention services (psychological, social, health support), offering shelter in a protected environment, counselling for residence permit. www.arci.it

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LIBERA Associations, names and numbers against mafias was born in 1995 in Italy with the purpose of involving and supporting all those who are interested in the fight against mafias and organized crime. Libera is presently a network of more than 1,200 associations, groups and schools, committed to build(ing) up organizational synergies between the political and cultural local realities capable of promoting a culture of lawfulness. The law on the social use of the real estate confiscated from organized crime, the education on democratic lawfulness, the fight against corruption, the camps for antimafia education, the projects on work, development and anti-usury activities, are some of Libera’s concrete commitments. www.libera.it

INIZJAMED is a voluntary non-governmental cultural organization (registered as a Voluntary Organization in Malta, VO/0355) founded in 1998 in Malta that is committed towards the regeneration of culture and artistic expression in the Maltese Islands and actively promotes a greater awareness of the cultures of theMediterranean. Inizjamed is a secular, non-partisan organization that acknowledges that every generation must seek to create its own language and both respond to realities of its day and look beyond them. Since it was founded in 1998, Inizjamed has been nominated three times for the Youth in Society prize awarded by the Government of Malta for the work it carried out in 1999, 2000 and 2003.. I has also run major projects funded by the European Union, the British Council, the University of Malta, and UNESCO. www.inizjamed.org

PARADA Foundation is a Romanian NGO, nonpolitical, nonprofit, legally recognized by Court on 15th of February 1996, with the agreement of the Youth and Sport Ministry and recommended by the Culture Ministry, member of the Federation of Child Protection NGOs. The aim of the Foundation is to support homeless children, young people and families, through its social, educative and social – professional integration services. The mission of the Foundation is the complete and stable re/integration of the persons at high risk of social exclution, by using a programme to which beneficiaries participate, first as partners of the Foundation and then as decision takers of their proper development. PARADA Foundation is not a place for social recovery; it is a place where the beneficiaries get the neccessary tools for setting up an individual valuable life plan. www.paradaromania.ro

LA LIGUE DE L’ENSEIGNEMENT is a movement of popular education which was created in 1866 by the French republican journalist Jean Macé. Today, the League provides a broad range of services and activities in different fields such as culture, sports, leisure time, and lifelong learning. It coordinates more than 28000 French associations, is represented in 103 affiliated federations on the departmental level and has more than 1.8 million members. La Ligue de l’enseignement gathers more than 28 000 associations with the common aim of training responsible men and women who will fulfill their duties, make full use of their rights and be active in the French Republic, reinforcing its democratic, humanist and social character. These associations also aim at acting collectively against all inequalities in order to discuss and build a fairer and more independent society. La Ligue aims at guarantee access to education for everyone, regardless of their age, social and ethnic backgrounds. It further promotes a secular society, solidarity amongst citizens, sustainable development and respect for our planet. www.laligue.org

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