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The project is under the Lifelong Learning Programme, a Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral Project for the Development of Innovation project.

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The Ministry of the Interior and of Sport Bremen has developed a strategy for athletic training, youth employment and mobility training in theory and practice.

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The project Draw the Line is focused on the prevention and combat violence against immigrant women and mothers who suffer from sexual violence in their homes and who cannot prevent or protect themselves from violence.

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The programme promotes the equal opportunities in sport in relation to gender equality. In doing so, it supports the implementation of a number of EU policies and strategies, both in relation to sport and to gender equality.

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The negative effects of the economic and financial crisis on growth and employment are affecting in particular vulnerable groups or at risk of exclusion eg. school dropout, as the young, with a consequent increase in poverty amongst them.

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The project of a Regional Centre for Dual Career Politics and Advocacy is consistent with the efforts and concerns of the European Commission for insuring a safe future to retired athletes.

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This project supports university dropouts by recognizing the vocational skills, knowledge and abilities they have acquired during their studies to aid access to the job market and increase their employability with a particular, but not inclusive, focus on the skilled craft sector.

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The aim of the project is to approach the cancer patients by encouraging them to participate in sports. It is very important for the cancer patient to be part of a sport game as it makes him/her feel unique because sports allow everyone, at every level, to participate and get involved in a team/group.

About us

European Institute for Local Development’s mission is to provide innovative tools for the sustainability of regions promoting experience sharing between its members and partners for sustaining international cooperation, skillful networking and further progress and growth.

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West Midlands Tomorrow Ltd

West Midlands Tomorrow Ltd is a nonprofit organization founded in 2000 which specializes in Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Learning sets, Corporate Learning Events, Social Responsibility,, Business Support, Family Learning, Volunteering, Knowledge Dissemination.

West Midland Tomorrow Ltd’ s purpose is:

To build sustainable relationships at all levels in the West Midlands among strategists, academia, fund holders, leaders of major organisations and small businesses, and to develop the “third Sector” (charities, trusts, social enterprises to cater for the disenfranchised in the community).

To unlock the potential for learning and continuous improvement among organisations in the West Midlands.

To disseminate knowledge nationally, europe-wide and globally.


Web: www.westmidlandstomorrow.eu

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