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ABOUT CASA PER L’EUROPA…

CASA PER L’EUROPA is a No-Profit organisation born in 1989. It is recognised by Friuli Venezia Giulia’s regional authority for its service of promotion of the European Union according to the Regional Law n.6/89.

Since its foundation, Casa per l’Europa works with young people (but not exclusively) to promote values of pluralism, peace and cooperation in order to establish a civil European conscience. Casa per l’Europa found its place in our territory as a mediator between European institutions’ programmes and opportunities, and Youth.

In coherence with its objectives, Casa per l’Europa privileges the following activities:

Information through the regular activity of our Eurodesk point and Youth Informing Service, as well as the organisation of conferences in schools, round tables, and the production and dissemination of publications and multimedia material;
Organisation of conventions, meetings and seminars on European themes;
Promotion and realisation of celebrating events and projects for youth;
Promotion of European programmes such as “Youth in Action”.

ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL:
President: Silvio Moro
Vice-president: Renato Damiani
Secretary: Angelo Floramo
Councillor: Nadia Campana
Councillor: Gabriella Zanocco

ACCOUNTS REVISERS:
President: Daniela Macor
Secretary: Mario Londero
Reviser: Santino Revelant

OPERATORS:
Stefania Marchetti (operating areas: study opportunities, jobs and mobility in Italy and abroad)
Elena Anziutti (operating areas: projects and programme “Youth in Action”)


SERVICES:

EURODESK

CASA PER L’EUROPA is a decentralized local point of the European Network Eurodesk.
Eurodesk is the structure of the European programme “Youth in Action”, which is dedicated to the information and orientation on programmes dedicated to Youth and promoted by the European Union and the European Council.

Eurodesk operates in cooperation and with the support of the European Commission.

The activities of information and orientation for “Youth in Action” are enacted in collaboration with the Italian National Youth Agency ANG.

Eurodesk gives information and orientation, through its website, a newsletter, a freephone (800257330), an online database, as well as a national network of decentralized local points, about european programmes dedicated to youth in the areas of culture, education, mobility, civil rights and volunteering, with the goal of making the employment of opportunities and programmes more accessible.

At a European level, the Eurodesk network is formed by 29 countries, and counts more than 900 Local Decentralized Points within the whole European territory. The network is coordinated by a resources and documentation centre in Bruxelles, that maintains a daily contact with the European Commission Education and Culture headquarters and the 29 coordinating national structures of the network.

At national level, the Local Decentralized Points (about 100), coordinated by a National Headquarter based in Cagliari, offers free services of information about programmes and opportunities from the European Union and the European Council for Youth. In cooperation with the National Agency of the programme “Youth in Action” and on a mandate of the European Commission, the offices operate as information and orientation centers.
Eurodesk ITALY
Free-number 800-25.73.30
http://www.eurodesk.it/

INFORMATION CENTRE FOR YOUTH

InformaGiovani (Information Centre for Youth) is a public service from Casa per l’Europa, mainly for young people but opened to everybody, which object is to inform about study, job volunteering, social and free-time opportunities.
InformaGiovani can also be useful for teachers, enterprises and associations who want to spread their activities or know more about our territory.
Our Information Centre for Youth can be useful to find information about:
jobs and professions – job offers from employment offices both local and national, and public competitions;
School and education – training courses, university, post-graduate courses etc;
Associations and volunteering – summer camps, volunteering associations etc;
Events and culture – cultural events, exhibitions, conferences, meetings, concerts etc;
Sport and Hobbies;
Tourism and Holidays;
Opportunities Abroad – Jobs, working and studying experiences; au-pair stay, language courses, European programmes, competitions, traineeships, universities etc.

Free Internet Point
On Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 3pm to 7pm, it is possible to use for free our PC to surf the net, update your CV, etc.