The “DIMITRIS TSATSOS” Prize
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The Centre for European Constitutional Law has partnered with METAdrasi- Action for Migration and Development (the Co-ordinator), Fundació Privada Idea per a la millora social d'infants i famílies, APOSTOLI Plan International Deutschland EV, Athens Lifelong Learning Institute and Stichting Nidos to implement the project entitled ‘Promoting Supported Independent Living as an alternative care practice for unaccompanied minors’ (AMIF-2018-AG-INTE-4), which is co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Commission. The implementation of the project initiated in December 2019 and will be implemented over a period of 24 months.
The Centre for European Constitutional Law (CECL) along with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA), EDEX – Educational Excellence Corporation Ltd (University of Nicosia) and the Hellenic League for Human Rights are implementing the project entilted SOpHiSM: A response to online hate speech through the enhancement of high-quality professional and citizen journalism which is funded by the European Commission Justice Programme (JUST) Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC-AG-2019/REC-RRAC-RACI-AG-2019). The project attempts to address the issue of online hate speech in Greece and Cyprous by drawing on existing international standards and tools, as well as the views of all involved actors (young journalists, students of journalism, citizen journalists and NGOs). The duration of the project will be 20 months as of 01/03/2020.
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