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Social inclusion | Migration

Supporting Female Refugees into Entrepreneurship

While TERN already uses the expertise of established entrepreneurs in Britain to provide refugees with support to set up their own businesses, female participant numbers remain low. TERN aims to work with entrepreneurial refugee women to...
Social inclusion | Communities

An online educational toolkit against prejudice

Beyond Refuge is creating a multimedia learning app to dispel commonly held misconceptions about racism, sexism, anti-refugee views and other prejudices (‘isms’). The website and browseable mobile site will give users instant access to f...
Democracy and participation | Social inclusion

All Hands On

It was Europe that gave the world “democracy” - via Ancient Athens - a hopeful flag for all who live under its rule. Yet modern democracy’s loose definition, and poor practice, make its realities hard to love. The result is deep dismay w...
Democracy and participation | Social inclusion

Go Deep Game: playing for democratic inclusion

Go Deeps’ objective is to engage citizens of diverse backgrounds in deeper dialogue when transforming community and cities; increasing mutual understanding and participation, through dynamic, fun approaches. True inclusion is not where a...
Arts and cultural activities | Social inclusion

Football for Peace: Championing the Champions

How can Europe learn from Rwanda’s past to fight division and intolerance? We propose inviting youth leaders currently using football as a tool for social inclusion to join us in Rwanda for a week-long workshop. European coaches will e...
Social inclusion | Migration

Aniko FC - Connecting Communities through Football

We will address the disconnect between displaced peoples and the communities they are joining. Developing connections is a challenge. We'll facilitate the building of sustainable relationships on the football pitch, but they'll really th...
Democracy and participation | Social inclusion

Preferential points voting in decision-making.

In complex debates, a pluralist democracy should allow for > 2 options 'on the table' and ballot paper. The option with the highest average preference wins. An average involves not just a majority but every voter. Points voting is more ...

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