Under the title “Stating the importance of dialogue in Euro-Mediterranean area”, and as part of the CaBuReRa project, a press conference will be held at Moltivolti, on Friday, February 20, 2015, at 10:30 a.m.
- Vito La Fata, President of CESIE
- Rita Quisillo, Project coordinator, CESIE
- Renato Botti, ENPI CBC MED Programme Representative
- Adham Darawsha, President of the Council of Cultures, Palermo
- Serena Marcenò, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, University of Palermo
- Claudio Arestivo, President of Per Esempione
On the same day of the press conference, and in celebration of the Euro-Mediterranean dialogue, you are invited to join our inter-cultural event entitled: ‘We Have On This Earth What Makes Life Worth Living’ which will also take place in Moltivolti, on Friday, February, 20, 2015 at 6:30pm.
Get the chance to interact with our CaBuReRa participants from Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, and learn more about Arabic music, poetry, culture, traditional dance and food.
The event will be also an occasion to present “What would the shoot say if it was soundless”, a photo gallery by Ms. Sara Ramos, who is spending her CaBuReRa mobility period in Lebanon.
“Similarities between me and the reality. Between him and her. Between countries. Similarities exposed in the moment of the shooting. Lebanon in frames. The way I see it in frames.” by photographer: Ms. Sara Ramos.
As part of the ENPI programme, CaBuReRa – CAPACITY BUILDING RELAY RACE project aims at strengthening the cooperation amongst European and Mediterranean Countries.
Having 1,680,000 € budget, funded for the 90% by the European Union, CaBuReRa project promotes training, exchange and networking actions so as to develop relationships amongst youngsters, public authorities and education actors which should facilitate school-to-work transition and enhance active citizenship and intercultural dialogue by means of mobility experiences.
The project intends to involve in these activities 30 youth workers and 60 unemployed youths from Italy, Greece, Portugal, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine.