Vase Pelagica 56, Belgrade, Serbia
WEBSITE: Under construction FB: https://www.facebook.com/Medjugeneracijski-volonterski-centar-Intergenerational-volunteer-center-878939532173691/?ref=hl YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7MaW-wj7q0CjFlbkTe1_A
tel: Jovana Andjelkovic - 0038163 1113408 Ana Ivanovski - 0038160 3557818
Informacja o organizacji
The Foundation was founded as a non-partisan, non-governmental and non-profit organization with the aim of contributing to the general development of the community. The task and goals of the Foundation were developed through experience during the last ten years of activities within the project Intergenerational Volunteer Center. The Foundation was a logical consequence of program improvement, analysis of functional requirements and spatial conditions at a particular location. The Foundation provides transparency and communication with the environment. Particular emphasis is placed on social programs, through culture, education and recreation, with the intention to launch topics such as the collective housing of older people, daily stays in local communities and business incubators with social entrepreneurship. To empower citizens to influence the local government, to organize in a public space a free scene that can be used without restriction by citizens in accordance with the national sustainable development strategy. Then, it affects the citizens to self-organize or build a net with other organizations, faculties, schools, embassies and other organizations in the country and abroad, and in accordance with the general objectives of the Foundation. The Foundation aims to establish spatial conditions for the integration of social, educational, cultural, service and other programs with a modern model with intergenerational approach. The analysis of the demographic situation in Serbia shows that there is a great need for opening clubs / daily stays for the elderly in Belgrade. It is conceived as a place for a widespread network of social protection programs outside the institution, and intergenerational cooperation. It integrates in the local community the modern concept of self-organized living / club for the elderly, that is, care for children, people with disabilities, special needs and the elderly, a center for culture, education and recreation, multipurpose auditorium for other programs and services. Help and Public Aid in Europe The aging of the population is already one of the most prominent challenges for European societies today, and this will affect all countries in the future. As a balance between the elderly and the young changes rapidly in all societies, less and less young people will be able to take care of a large number of the elderly. The economic crisis and the decline in social benefits have led to a fall in public finances and practical support. Accordingly, the family is becoming an increasingly important 'safety net'. In the light of the great concern about the future of intergenerational solidarity in Western societies, it is vital that private and public support interact in order to maintain and mobilize local resources.
Komponent/działanie, którego partnerstwo dotyczyKomponent 2.2.Sieci miast
Zakres tematyczny projektuSpołeczeństwo obywatelskie, Społeczne zaangażowanie, Zaangażowanie demokratyczne
Rola partnera w projekcie
Opis projektuStrand 2: Specific priorities for "Democratic engagement and civic participation" Measure: 2.2, priority Debate on the future of Europe Europe is getting older and more threatened by poverty, middle class disappearance is visible more and more. System solutions are no longer in accordance with the needs. This is a call for partners to build a network of self-sustaining programs, of governmental and non-governmental institutions locally as well as national and European. General aim: should contribute to the creating and improvement of non-institutional social services through non-profit self-sustainable programs – Collective housing for adults and intergenerational volunteer daily stays Specific aim: Networking of partners Main activities: 1. Three meetings – in three different cities, one of which is in Serbia, for 2 days in each, 3 representatives from each partner country Topics: 1st Intergenerational Daily Stay LATS HAVE A TALK - What is the childhood of your children and the old age of your parents like? We are looking for solutions with the help of a volunteers 2nd Collective housing with the supervision LETS HAVE A TALK - what can be system or self-sustainable solutions for non-institutional social services. 3rd Open for Yours suggestions in accordance with the aims of the project – what is burning issue in your community we should debate about? 2. CAMP – presenting of good practice of the Foundation Intergenerational volunteer center that has been slowly developing since 2008. and is increasingly moving towards an adequate solution to the growing problem of aging in Europe - 6 days, number of participants from each partner country will be subsequently determined. 3. Travelling Exhibition - Video recordings of meetings and camp, presented in Belgrade and partner towns. The hosts of the exhibition are in charge of the practical organization and promotion of the Exhibition. The goal is to present the solutions and the topics discussed at the meetings and the camp to the citizens and interested institutions, organizations and representatives of local self-governments, which have an impact on the resolution of social issues and the adoption of appropriate norms and regulations. Participants: 10% children, 20% persons with disabilities, 30% 60+ elderly, 20% institution representatives and 20% local authority representatives.
We are looking for leader partner who would have a role of the Applicant. If you are interested in a partnership for the project MEETINGS FOR BETTER TOMORROW please confirm us by 20 th January, 2019. If you have comments, suggestions, corrections, feel free to contact us at e-mail: [email protected]