Cooperativa Sociale San Saturnino onlus [SANSAT]
Cooperativa Sociale San Saturnino onlus was constituted in 1989, although its origins and first steps date back to 1980 when, as a volunteer association, it collaborated with the city government in launching an initial experiment of Domestic Assistance for the Elderly carried out in Rome.
Over the years, the considerable diversification of the activities performed has allowed the cooperative to operate in other jurisdictions of the city of Rome and in the region and to use its unique expertise of competencies and experience to respond to the various needs of different target groups: minors, elderly, homeless, women/single mothers with children, migrants, drug addicts, etc.
The cooperative offers its services in order to improve the quality of live, to promote the social solidarity, to encourage the acceptance of differences and non-discrimination, to develop a wide spread of community empowerment.
In carrying out its own mission, the cooperative is considered an active player participating – in close collaboration with institutional structures, non-profits and formal and informal resources – in constructing the well-being of the community and the social integration of citizens through the promotion, planning and realization of psychological, social health and educational services.
In managing these services, San Saturnino makes use of a qualified organizational system and diversified human and professional resources: social workers, psychologists, pedagogues, educators, and childcare workers.
Thanks to the experience gained over the years through direct contact with citizens, the cooperative aims to respond in the most appropriate way to actual needs, offering direct services to the individual while always keeping in mind the quality requested and specified by institutional structures.
Cooperativa Sociale San Saturnino Onlus
via Sirte, 21 – 00199 Roma
Tel +39 06.8415294 – Fax +39 06.8414522
Kyttaro Enallaktikon Anazitiseon Neaon [KEAN]
KEAN (Cell of Alternative Youth Activities) is a non-profit organization, founded in 2004 in Athens, Greece aiming the development and implementation of humanitarian programs for the protection of the social and physical environment. Its ultimate goal is upgrading the lives of young people and vulnerable social groups, combating social exclusion and poverty, promoting a better organized society with respect for human rights and the environment and promoting volunteering spirit and familiarity with the new technologies.
KEAN focuses on the preservation and promoting of universal values, such as peace, freedom, equality, social progress, human dignity, prosperity, solidarity, education, and environmental protection. KEAN devotes special attention to activities that support social minorities and disadvantaged social groups in their fight against discrimination, racism, harassment and violence.
As an open, social youth community, KEAN aims to raise public awareness of social issues by actively engaging children, youth, and the public at large. For meeting the above aims, KEAN engages in a range of activities such as educational and training workshops, scientific research and analysis, roundtable discussions, dissemination, publicity, and awareness-raising events.
Ten Ton Train LTD
Ten Ton Train (www.tentontrain.com) was established in 2017 after winning a startup innovation grant from the Cyprus Ministry of Commerce with the primary goal of creating an innovative online multiplayer game with a strong focus on social interaction. While our expertise lies mainly in the field of Computer Games, our strong academic and technical background in Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Data Analysis, and Networking allows us to tackle a variety of commercial and academic projects.
Restorative Justice for All cic
Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) is an international institute with a mission to advance community cohesion and human rights locally, nationally and internationally. We redistribute power in a more equal way by delivering social justice projects, educational programmes and high-quality volunteering opportunities to the most marginalised groups of society.
We focus on building better and more effective social justice systems by working locally, nationally and internationally through the redistribution of power. We do this by using the practices and values of restorative justice including power sharing, fairness, equality, dignity and respect.
Founded in 2010 by Dr. Theo Gavrielides, RJ4All is now recognised as the leading, international restorative justice network with members from over 40 countries. We work in partnership with decision makers, making evidence-based arguments to achieve long-term change. To this end, we carry out research and give voice to under-represented groups.
Symplexis is a Greek non-for-profit organization that strives to ensure equal opportunities for all through actions and measures that build skills, empower and promote active engagement and participation focusing on the most vulnerable categories of the population and particularly those with fewer opportunities.
Symplexis’ mission is to elevate social cohesion through integrated actions and project-based activities that aim at promoting the inclusion of disadvantaged groups at risk of marginalization and exclusion, while promoting and protecting the rights of various types of population groups that face discrimination focusing on the empowerment and support of victims, awareness raising and information sharing at all level.
Center For Social Innovation Ltd [CSI]
Center for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional, and global contexts. CSI is working closely to address social, economic, and cultural challenges with governments, local administrative agencies, non-for-profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions.
We identify and address systemic challenges through evidence-based research, state of the art investigation of global, national, regional, and local solutions, and we develop solutions by taking into consideration the local ecosystem and cultural dynamics. We strive to meet the stakeholders’ needs and implement those solutions as we keep constant vigilance to ensure continuous feedback and adjustments. The feedback mechanisms and processes we employ allow us certainty in keeping in touch with our stakeholders and continually updating our social propositions.
The CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully-equipped researchers, educators, social workers, social entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers and Information Technology professionals. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design, and implement adjusted initiatives, as well as project and provide the fertile ground for sustainable growth.
Our areas of expertise are in the fields of social justice, labour market, education and e-learning, social entrepreneurship, project management, project evaluation services, product validation, and training.
Alternata S.i.lo.s. Societa’ Cooperativa Sociale
Alternata S.I.LO.S. is a social cooperative, founded in 2007, under the planning push of somemembers and founding members of territorial associations operating since 2001 in the municipality ofGuidonia – Montecelio (RM), by citizens who participated in other associations and non-profitorganizations of the same territory (Ass Tribùle and Ass. Atlantide), among young professionals of theRoman sector, and thanks to the assignment of a public contribution for the activation of a socialcooperative in the territory (Call Filas).
Alternata promotes active citizenship, giving empowerment opportunities to individuals and socialcommunity, promoting social inclusion and improvement of life quality’s, especially for people(childrens, youngers, adults) in risk of social exclusion or who find difficulties to satisfy their essentialneeds or to exercise their fundamental rights.
Alternata has specific expertise in areas like: social inclusion; freedom, security and justice;educational and training; artistic and cultural; promotion of no profit sector and contribute with publicinstitutions, other social organisations and local communities to the construction of service networks,synergies of ideas and human resources, giving a response to territorial questions.
Alternata operates in local territories, where migrants are increasing without suitable measures thatcould favourite their social inclusion, and so has been created phenomenon like marginalization,criminality and sexual mistreatment. Our approach aims at growing respect and welcome conditions,especially for women and children, in order to help them to have the same dignity and rights like othercitizens.
In these years, Alternata S.I.Lo.S. has implemented collaboration with institutional bodies, privatesocial institutions of the non-profit world and citizenship in general, maturing a specific skills and
CULTURAL AREA, ARTISTIC AND TERRITORIAL AGGREGATION
- 2017-2018. organization of workshops and cultural artistic activities within the project “LA CASAGIUSTA” of Formia (social and cultural reuse of a property confiscated from organized crimehttps://www.lacasagiustaformia.it/) – (still active);
- 2013-2015. organization of initiatives in collaboration with PROLOCOFORMIA aimed at social inclusionand cultural and aggregation promotion of citizenship through: exhibitions, concerts, workshops. Inparticular, CINEBIOFAMILY territorial cinematic review;
- From September 2011 SILOSò is no Profit programming within the SILOSò space. Thematic meetings,live concerts, cultural aperitifs, video projections.
SOCIAL INCLUSION AREA
- From 2018 (end of the 2020 project). Partner of the European project “C.O.D.E. CompetenceOpportunites for Digital Employment 2017-1-414 “for the social inclusion of young women throughtraining and work placement programs in the field of new technologies funded by the Active YouthCall Fund – Iceland, Liechtestein, Norway Fond (still active);
- 2011-2012-2013-2014. STEP BY STEP project funded by the Lazio Region and implemented incollaboration with the municipality of Guidonia-Montecelio and the Folias cooperative (lead institution).The project, aimed at citizens from systems of exit from the use of substances and included in theinclusion paths of the District SocioSanitario RM G, was aimed at the implementation of training andwork placement pathways;
- 2010 – 2011 in collaboration with the Parsec cooperative and in collaboration with the Municipalities ofthe District Social Health District RM G2 and funded by the Province of Rome, activation andimplementation of the “MIGRARinPROVINCIA” project. Territorial intervention aimed at the socialinclusion of New Citizens, “migrants” citizens neocomunitari. The intervention is aimed at minors,young people and their families with school support activities, laboratory activities, territorial education,territorial animation, accompanied sending, territorial network work. firstname.lastname@example.org / f.b.MigrarInProvincia;
- 2009 – participation in the technical coordination of the RM G 2 District Health and Social Work DistrictOffice on policies aimed at the social inclusion of migrant citizens and the fight against bullyingwithin the school context.
RIGHTS AREA, SOLIDARITY, LEGALITY and PEACE
- From 2017 February: co-management of the property confiscated from organized crime incollaboration with other entities and on the basis of a public tender by the municipality of Formia. Socialuse and solidarity of the asset – project called LA CASA GIUSTA, including a welcoming migrantwomen service (still active);
- 2010 and 2011 participates in the international meeting “Olè” on Legality organized by Ass. Libera andFlare (European anti-mafia network);
- 2009 -2010: collaboration as a partner of the Terra del Fuoco association of Turin for theimplementation of the Train of Memory project and a referent for the territory of the Lazio Region andthe Province of Rome for the same project;