Al via il progetto Hot Stop – Giovani contro i cambiamenti climatici La Sicilia è un hotstop di cambiamenti climatici, un territorio sempre più esposto ad eventi estremi. Negli ultimi mesi milioni di giovani in tutto il mondo si sono mobilitati per chiedere misure urgenti per fermare la crisi climatica. H.R.Y.O. insieme al contributo di … Continue reading Hot Stop – Giovani contro i cambiamenti climatici
La H.R.Y.O. Human Rights Youth Organization è lieta di introdurre “Letture Umane”, uno spazio in cui è possibile raccontare il diritto all’autodeterminazione e la libertà di scelta, una collana editoriale all’interno della quale trattare i diritti umanai a 360°. Iniziamo questo percorso ospitando Alexandra Dejoli, autrice del primo arrivato in famiglia H.R.Y.O. “Sotto il segno … Continue reading Letture Umane – Sotto il segno della stella
Da diversi anni H.R.Y.O. ospita volontari provenienti da diversi paesi europei. Nell’arco dell’ultimo anno alcuni di loro hanno dato vita all’iniziativa chiamata “English Language Cafè”. Nato come momento aggregativo in cui coinvolgere la comunità locale nell’esercizio della lingua inglese, si è poco a poco trasformato in un appuntamento settimanale in cui si incontrano persone con … Continue reading English Language Cafè: “A chat about European mobility”
The third International Training Course that took place in Cyprus at the end of October, represents the last step in the implementation of the project #GetUpStandUp. After being introduced to the general concepts of advocacy and activism and also to the main purpose of the Get Up Stand Up project, we have been given the … Continue reading Journey to activism and advocacy
visit the project website click here Right now, the data on the phenomenon of human trafficking is alarming! Moreover, Europe is one of the most common destination for victims of human trafficking. According to Eurostat, between 2010 and 2012 there has been 30,146 victims. Where Italy holds the sad record with 6,572 victims, followed by England … Continue reading Ireti – Empowering Women and Strengthening Socioeconomic Integration.
«My name is Marielle Franco. I’m a woman, black, mother and cub of the Maré favela.” Franco was all this and so much more. She was an activist from Brazil, who everyday fought for everyone’s human rights. She put herself in the spotlight, buy criticizing the government, politicians and the police. When she asked police … Continue reading My name is Marielle Franco
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Welcome! We are the new H.Y.R.O. volunteers working for the project “Alter 2.0.”, and we will be staying in Palermo for six months. Our backgrounds are pretty different; we have Inès from Orléans, France. She is 23 years old and studied Linguistics in Spanish and English. The next volunteer is Susanna from Lisbon, Portugal; she … Continue reading Here we are: Emma, Inès, Susana!
All the time in the world, will never be enough There comes a time for everything, and in October it was time for the final meeting of IRETI – “Empowering women and strengthening socioeconomic integration”. Many hours have been spent together planning, implementing and finalizing this project. After two years of collaboration between … Continue reading All the time in the world, will never be enough
“Unity is strength, division is weakness.”– Swahili Proverb What is the biggest challenge you see in the worldtoday? People seem to be more divided than united in the understanding of most topics on the agenda today (climate change, migration, health care etc....).When following the media and the inventive comment sections of online platforms, it makes … Continue reading “Unity is strength, division is weakness.”