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11 December 2013

GEYC takes action in No hate speech movement

EN: GEYC is actively involved in supporting "No hate speech movement" campaign run by Council of Europe.
RO: GEYC sprijină în mod activ campania „No hate speech movement” coordonată de Consiliul Europei.

01 September 2016

GEYC's added value to ''Balkan without hate'' Project

At GEYC we believe that the quality of a project should also be visible in the partners' contributions. Each one can add value by efficiently communicating with the organizers and other partners, choosing the most relevant participants, increasing visibility, disseminating and multiplying the results through local activities and generating follow-up events. This year, we were partners along with other 6 NGOs from 6 countries in Balkans without hate Project. And we've put into practice what we preach. 

31 December 2015

Our first Fellowship on Human Rights: "Out hate" achievements

In July 2015, Group of European Youth for Change launched the call for the selection of three European Fellows in Human Rights, in the frame of No Hate Speech Movement, for a three phase chain-project (7 days Training Course on Human Rights in Bulgaria - Implementation of activities in Romania – Dissemination of the results in Georgia) that lasted from August until December. 
After a competitive process Ana-Maria Andreea LUPU, Georgiana NUȚU and Cristina Elena PETCU were the ones who stood up as the most passionate, active and knowledgeable in the field of human rights, and thereby, they were selected to become the European Fellows in Human Rights.
The project was implemented together with the organizations Alternativi International from Bulgaria and DRONI, from Georgia in the frame of an Erasmus Plus project.

11 December 2012

Step in! Be Active Against Racist Propaganda and Hate Speech Online!

lossy-page1-250px-UNITED_logo.tiffFrom 9 to 15 December 2012, GEYC takes part at ”Step in! Be Active Against Racist Propaganda and Hate Speech Online!” study session in Strasbourg, France. The event is organized by United for Intercultural Action and Youth Department from Council of Europe.

14 March 2013

Black & White are not colours!
Choose what colour you want to be!

EN: GEYC marks The International Day against Racism (March 21) by organizing an awareness campaign at national level in Romania, both online and offline starting with March 16 until March 24, 2013. This initiative is part of two big worldwide events: the “No hate speech movement” campaign started by Council of Europe and ”European Action Week Against Racism” started by the UNITED network.

RO: GEYC marchează ziua internațională împotriva rasismului - 21 martie prin organizarea unei campanii de conștientizare a discriminării la nivel național în România atât în format online, cât și offline în perioada 16-24 martie 2013. Inițiativa face parte din două mișcări de seamă la nivel mondial, respectiv campania ”No hate speech movement” inițiată de Consiliul Europei și ”European Action Week Against Racism” organizată de rețeaua UNITED. 

12 November 2014

Call for 3 Romanian participants: Training course in Istanbul, Turkey, January 2015

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants to take part in the “European Cooperative Youth Network for Human Rights Online” European project that will take place in Istanbul, Turkey from 17th (arrival day) until 25nd (departure day) of January 2015. This is a training course that aims to find solution for combating all forms of hate speech online.

19 January 2015

Call for 6 Romanian participants: youth exchange in Limassol, Cyprus (March 2015)

GEYC is selecting 6 Romanian participants to take part in the “Youth against hate” European project that will take place in Limassol, Cyprus, from 15th until 22nd of March 2015. This youth exchange aims to raise awareness about human rights and hate speech online

29 April 2018

YE - “YOUth 4 Tolerance”, Castellammare di Stabia, Italy

The project “YOUth 4 Tolerance” was a youth exchange that included 44 young people aged 16 to 26 years from Bulgaria, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Spain. The main objectives of the project were to understand the migration processes, to promote a positive attitude, tolerance, solidarity and understanding towards refugees and migrants, to discover hate speech, its causes, roots and consequences and having the ability to distinguish it from freedom of expression, to inform youth about ways and channels for reporting cases of hate speech online, to promote the No hate speech movement among young people. 

26 June 2015

Call for applicants: European Fellowship in the field of Human Rights Education

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "United Youth Combating Hate" Internship. The main aim of this project is aimed at developing skills in the fight against hate speech by training in human rights. Deadline: 1 July 2015

27 April 2016

“Stop feeling sorry, start acting” training course in Vidrike, Estonia

Do you want to find out more about youth exchanges and the amazing stories behind them? Well, Alexandra is sharing with you her amazing experience from “Stop feeling sorry, start acting” training course that took place in Vidrike, Estonia between 10-20 April 2016. 

20 August 2015

Time to start our European Fellowship on Human Rights

Our European fellows, Andreea, Cristina and Georgiana said "Hi" from Bansko, Bulgaria where they are attending the first training course of their ‪#‎fellowship in the frame of "No hate speech movement".

They are part of a 5 months programme aimed to promote human rights at local level, particularly the "No hate speech movement" initiated by the Council of Europe.

22 December 2018

Hack the Hate - Internet Governance Forum

On the 12th of November 2018 our colleague, Cristiana Lucaci, took part at the IGF - Internet Governance Forum event where we shared best practices in combating hate speech online as there is little consensus of what hate speech really is.

28 March 2015

Tinerii care au reprezentat România la proiectul „Youth against hate” din Cipru s-au întors cu amintiri frumoase și cunoștințe valoroase despre drepturile omului

Proiectul Erasmus+ „Youth against hate”  s-a încheiat, iar cei 6 participanți români s-au întors în țară, după o experiență frumoasă, cu noi cunoștințe despre drepturile omului. Proiectul s-a desfășurat în Limassol, Cipru - în perioada 15-22 martie 2015 - și a avut ca scop principal schimbul de experiență între tineri din 5 țări europene despre hate speech, combateria acestui fenomen, democrație și drepturile omului.

15 January 2018

TC- "Youth Hate=Hate Youth", Newcastle, England

As a regular participant of Erasmus project, quite experimented with non-formal techniques I usually have the tendency of becoming too technical and abstract disregarding my experience.

08 August 2018

Call for participants - TC Hate speech fighters, 11.09.2018-18.09.2018, Bansko, Bulgaria

We are looking for 3 Romanian participants to take part in the Project ‘’Hate Speech Fighters’', a training course for youth workers involving 3 trainers and 30 youth workers from 10 countries in Europe and the Caucasus-Bulgaria ,Spain, Italy The Netherlands, Estonia, Romania, Lithuania, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan.

08 October 2016

UPDATE: General results published - Have your say: Hate Speech Survey in Europe

Do YOU act or react? Hate Speech Survey in Europe (HaSpe) is part of a European research, which aims to identify youngsters' perception about hate speech, with a particular focus on hate speech online, and how they perceive their role in this regard. Let us know your opinion by November 15, 2016.

27 January 2017

International Holocaust Remembrance Day - Q: why should we remember? A: In order not to forget and repeat.

History has a way to repeat everything we did not understand. Over 70 years ago, 6 million Jewish people, 2 million Romani people, 250,000 mentally and physically disabled people, and 9,000 homosexual men were killed by one of the most horrible genocides in history. 
Today, we live in a modern world with high human rights laws and standards, but still discrimination is everywhere, it is rising and the risks of radicalization is imminent. GEYC, as a member of PRISMA European Network stands for human rights and launches today the final findings of HaSpe research.

10 July 2018

EVS "Volunteers 4 Tolerance ", 15.05.2018-14.06.2018, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

The EVS "Volunteers 4 Tolerance " which took place in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, from 15th of May to 14th of June involved 28 volunteers from Armenia, Georgia, Italy, Romania, Spain and Turkey and was hosted by our partners from Alternativi International.

In March 2013 we celebrated GEYC13 Anniversary