Don Bosco partners committ to a joint effort to upskill Europe Don Bosco International’s (DBI) candidature has been approved by the European Commission, who launched this Pact on 10 November 2020 inviting public and private organisations to join forces and take concrete action to upskill and reskill people in Europe. DBI is already working hard on this thanks to the
The Steering Group of the European Sunday Alliance invites you to its Webinar on “The right to disconnect and the need fora European weekly common day of rest” Tuesday 1st of June 2021 – 13:00-14:00 CEST – via Zoom – in English Register The Article 2 of the revised European Social Charter and the Article 31 Charter of Fundamental Rights
On 9 May 2021, Europe Day, the European Union is officially opening the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE). This Conference is a paneuropean participatory process, facilitated by a multilanguage digital platform available here from April 19. You can register within the ECAS system, login and share ideas or organize events on 10 thematica areas. DBI is contributing to
DBI co-signed the Child Manifesto, co-drafted within the EU Alliance for Investing in Children and signed by 150 MEPs, to call on EU Member States to: Develop comprehensive Child Guarantee Action Plans that will be regularly reviewed. Set ambitious national targets to halve child poverty by 2030 and make sure that all children are counted. Ensure the meaningful participation of
“Educating and Upskilling the Next Generation of the EU and beyond” REGISTER HERE The Covid-19 pandemic took a heavy toll on European societies and economies. The impact that the health crisis is currently having on all EU member states, with its repercussions in the areas of employment, education and training, among others, will be felt in the upcoming monthsand years.
Don Bosco International is glad to publish the following documents presenting a Christian perspective on the EU New Pact on Migration and Asylum. The documents have been co-drafted together with Caritas Europa, CCME, COMECE, Comunità di Sant’Egidio, EKD, Eurodiaconia, International Catholic Migration Commission, Jesuit Refugee Service.
(Source: ANS) – The meeting entitled: “Human rights work in challenging times – ways forward” took place on Monday 1 February in digital mode. The event, promoted by the Platform of Fundamental Rights – a body of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), based in Vienna, saw the involvement of “Don Bosco International” (DBI), the body representing the Salesians
29 January 2021 – 12-1.30pm (CET) – Zoom platform Registration Form Press Release Description of the Speakers In spite of many challenges, the European Union “strives for more” in the present times, as announced at the beginning of the EU institutions’ current mandate, while looking at the future of its next generation. In the aftermath of the adoption of a
In view of the upcoming EU-Africa Summit, DBI and other 6 Brussels-based partners gathered policy-makers, Church representatives, and many more stakeholders from the EU and different African countries in a webinar that took place on the 15th of October 2020 to discuss ways to foster the people-centred dimension of the EU-Africa framework. Today the seven partners and co-organizers are issuing a joint Report of such
Over 100 European project managers from Salesian schools, VET (Vocational Education and Training) centers and social works based in over 10 European countries joined the 10th annual meeting of the “Salesian Europrojects” network. This year’s edition, formerly scheduled for a longer time in Brussels, took place on the 18th and 19th of November 2020 fully online, because of the covid-19