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Here are projects that have been showcased during the NCG Forums since 2009. Culture, social inclusion, environment, solidarity, media..., they all have on thing in common: the aim to strengthen the notion of citizenship and "living together".

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Inspire your teacher

We believe that teachers are the main driver of academic success. Thus, it is essential to recognize their social mission and motivate them to do even more and better. The campaign Inspire your Teacher aims to activate students and mobilize society to recognize and motivate teachers. The main activities are: workshops in schools, sharing of inspirational contents and a big communication campaign. We want to inspire the world so that the world is able to inspire more and more teachers!

Cristina, Catarina / Lisbon

Youth Media and social rights

To facilitate access to rights and social services for young African Portuguese speakers in deprived areas of Lisbon and involve them in community activities via a magazine, radio station and blog.

Dynka and Raquel / Lisbon

Spruce Up Europe

Spruce Up Europe is a project of short documentaries and a website about young people renovating old houses to transform them into the social and cultural spaces. The objective is to gather the data about old house projects, to raise people’s awareness about the patrimony to avoid the destruction of old houses and to show the creative side of youngsters.

Rita, Marine / Crestuma 

Youth tackling Hate Speech

Youth peer learning for Tackling Hate Speech is a project that was created to combat hate speech, strengthen human and individual rights and promote intercultural dialogue between migrants and residents in Amadora, Portugal. It is carried by Bué Fixed-Associação de Jovens, a youth organization that leads a campaign to prevent from hate speech and to support those who suffer from its consequences.

Mario, Monica / Amadora

Bisturi Active Citizenship

Citizenship 2.0 – In Portugal, the association Bisturi has been developping an online platform on which every european citizen can express or exchange ideas and opinions about daily topical subjects as political issues. Bisturi posts articles and publications online on its blog but it also organizes open discussions in public spaces : as in shops of the French brand Fnac for example. 

Ana Regina, Mafalda / Porto