The objective of this open and free course is to analyse and present good practices in the field of social communication during the implementation of youth projects in the Programa Erasmus Plus.
The participants of the MOOC will receive theoretical and practical information according three thematic blocks: communicational strategies for Erasmus+ projects, target groups and communicational tools and resources.
The course, organised by iWith.org, will last six days and is intended for European youth organisations as part of the Erasmus+ programme. The course will touch on topics such as social networks, digital communication and non-violent communication.
The Crowd-Promoting platform is an opportunity for non-profit organisations. Users can create solidarity events to increase sales for local business and to attract donations.
iWith.org participated in IES Abroad's Encuentro de Organizaciones Colaboradoras y Networking (Cooperating Organizations and Networking Meeting) held on 20th May. IES Abroad is one of our close collaborators in volunteer management.
The 3rd Catalonian Congress for Associative Participation and Voluntary Work, which was celebrated on the 20th of May, ended with 28 proposals and brought together more than 300 participants in the CCCB.
The main aim of this organisation is to connect volunteer linguists with organisations working with underprivileged communities.
From iWith.org believe it is important that organizations are abreast of the latest developments and updates that occur around the Internet and ICT in order to improve their communication strategies and be more effective in its management and daily operation.
On July 10th, a meeting took place for the final evaluation of the project SmileUrbo, The Village Game, took place in Barcelona. This game won a contest in 2013 for the Council of Barcelona in the category of “Education and Awareness for Development.”
The Amazonia Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Palma de Mallorca which develops community projects aimed at helping young Latin-Americans who feel marginalised by society.
We are really happy to welcome the 5 new volunteers of iWith which will stay with us for many weeks. They are students of US, Trinidad and Tobago. They really want to make their contribution to our foundation.
From a long time we are involved in an idea of crowdfunding. This financing option collects projects and gives an opportunity for realization thousands of useful causes, that can bring new, quality jobs, needed help and hope. It is a vision in which we believe.
In order to implement a crowdfunding programme, a social base is needed, and making good use of the internet is essential for achieving this.
On October 17, 2012 Open Society Foundations, one of the most important humanitarian organizations in the world, announced the creation of the Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE) in Barcelona.
iWith.org has had the pleasure to collaborate with two partners that achieved great goals during the past year.
Smilemundo.org, a new and innovative crowdfunding organization, is coming this summer! Their aim is to create avenues for people to get informed, involved and educated about the world they live in.
On the 24th of May 2012, the Resources Center for the Juvenile Association of Barcelona and Torre Jussana- the Service Center to the Associations- will organize, with the participation of iWith.org, a cycle of informative sessions about private funding, with the objective of getting to know the financial alternatives to grants and to reflect about the recruitment of private funds.
Discussions about innovation and technology with the Third Social Sector is a co-creation process opened to people that make social transformation processes possible, either from the entities themselves or as specialists contributing their knowledge.
On March 21st, we presented the Opinion group in innovation and technology with the Third Social Sector.
iWith.org has joined World Community Grid. In this article Ramon Bartomeus, Resources Manager of iWith.org, explains more about what World Community Grid does and how you can help.
Read the complete article here
On February 24-25th, the IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain opened its doors to the Doing Good and Doing Well conference.
We are happy to present the new volunteers at iWith.org
. Claire Savelsbergh, Liz Cherba, Julie Nyce and Lauren Bayse are students from the United States and Miranda Gubbels is an EVS volunteer from the Netherlands, working with iWith.org this semester in Barcelona.
World Community Grid creates a public computing network that aids projects that benefits humanity. The success of the project is dependent on individuals donating their unused computer time to the cause.
Would you like to have students who are on their year abroad in Barcelona? If your organisation is a partner of iWith.org, then you can have access to these students via iWith.org.
There are hospitals where the doctors, nurses, anaesthetists and surgeons work alongside people who have doctorates in entertainment, masters in animal imitation and degrees in hugs.
iWith.org would like to present our new international volunteers. They are young people from the United States, Greece, Poland, Mexico, Italy and Hungary, who collaborate with our foundation through various international programs, such as the European Voluntary Service (EVS), the Erasmus Placement and Leonardo of the European Union programs, university internship, or the University of Dreams program.