Italy for EU

Italy for EU is a non-profit organization that exclusively pursues objectives of social solidarity and is
active in the sectors of training, non-formal education, volunteering, activities in order to involve young people in democratic life, through the implementation of various projects and activities for young people and adults, within the framework of European and national programs.
Italy for UE firmly believes in the possibilities offered by European programs, such as Erasmus +, and in the cooperation between European partners for the development of new dialogue platforms for young people, promoting an inclusive and global dimension.
The organization’s goal is to promote activities and exchanges for young people throughout Italy, giving them the appropriate tools to deal with problems of modern society. In a multicultural context, we want to offer to people from different countries the opportunity to share their experiences, learning the value of teamwork, communicating in a foreign language, without fear of being yourself. At the same time, we are committed to promoting non-formal learning activities, digital competencies, activities that stimulate civic competences in young people.
We want to ensure that education and training are flexible and available to all. This is part of the overall goal of developing the skills needed to create a modern Europe in which everyone can have the opportunity to play an active role in society. The challenge of the organization is to help people to find their place in the society: we offer ourselves, as a reference for everyone wants to learn to express your personality.


Our reference values for each project are:
1. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: promoting employment for young people and adults in networks which can help the community; conditions of fair work for employees for social wellness ; cooperation with national and international volunteers; dissemination of a policy of absolute inclusion of all young people, without discrimination of gender, religious, sexual orientation or economic conditions.
2. ACTIVE DIALOGUE ‘: every activity we plan is inclusive and aims to stimulate dialogue between young people from different European countries. Our goal is to encourage young people to promote European opportunities, disseminating European experiences, possibilities, and values.
3. COMMUNICATION: we encourage young people to use media to promote issues related to active
citizenship. Our aim is to promote digital literacy among all young people, even among those who would not have the opportunity to access technology.