STEADY-Project Team of Partners enthusiastically welcomes GEA Cooperativa Sociale from Italy in the STEADY Partners Team.
GEA is a social non-profit cooperative aiming at promoting processes on inclusion of migrant and refugees people, with specific focus on women, youth and children. GEA has developed different experiences and skills in the field of integration and intercultural education, offering different services such as Cultural and Linguistic Mediation, language teaching, intercultural counselling in health and education field, support and consulting of migrant associations and groups in their relations with institutions, public and private territorial services.
GEA hosts directly 28 young asylum seekers, as member of a wider regional consortium of social organization that hosts almost 2000 refugees and asylum seekers in Padua province, Consorzio Veneto Insieme. GEA develops activities and initiatives of social inclusion for young migrants cooperating directly with local social, sport and cultural associations and grassroots organizations, including regional Paralympic committee for example.
GEA will take on the tasks initially assigned to AttivaMente, starting from the second semester of 2020.
The main responsibilities will be:
– Management and Coordination: taking part to the coordination activities and the Management Board with qualified staff; duly contribute to the narrative and financial reporting of activities; organizing and hosting the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting which will be held online because of the Covid 19 pandemic traveling restrictions.
– Round Tables/ Focus Groups for reviewing the Manual &Handbook of the STEADY Project
– Implement Grass-Roots Actions for Displaced Youth with Disabilities (at least 2 Actions) and organise at least one round table/ workshop that will promote the opening and the coordination of innovation programmes | Participation in STEADY Action Week & European Week of Sports & Contribution in Policy recommendations
– Elaboration of the deliverable Dissemination Plan of the STEADY Project.