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Month: February 2021

Online Event – Youth Radicalization in the Digital Era

CARDET is hosting an online discussion to explore the threats of violent extremism and youth radicalization online.
The event, organized as part of the project HYPER, will examine the effect digital tools have on the radicalization process and how do radicals use the internet to engage and influence young people.
Speakers of the Event:
Dr Hilary Pilkington – Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester and Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences. She is currently coordinator of the H2020 DARE (Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality) project (, which considers the social origins and effects of radicalisation, focusing on young people and on both Islamist and anti-Islam(ist) (extreme right) radicalisation.
Petros Petrikkos – Doctoral Candidate (International Relations and European Studies) at the University of Nicosia, Department of Politics and Governance and Research Associate at the Diplomatic Academy. His research focuses on questions of societal insecurity and resilience, misinformation, hybrid threats, and foreign policy in small states.
Nicholas D. James – DPhil Student a the University of Oxford, Department of Politics and IR; and Doctoral Fellow Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right
The event will be in English and participation is open and free.
To participate please register via the following link:…/tZ0ocOigqzsvHdG…

Euroinvestment Final Newsletter

After two years of committed work, the Euroinvestment project has successfully completed all its activities, and the after-lifecycle plan has been set. During this long journey of experiences, lessons and challenges, the consortium has developed educational materials to foster low qualified adults’ knowledge and competences about financial literacy.

We are proud to release the Euroinvestment Game in five languages (English, Portuguese, Spanish, Greek and Catalan), as a fun, interactive and didactic way to enhance adults’ financial literacy skills.

For more exciting news, check out our Newsletter below.

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Guide on Good Governance Principles through Social Responsibility

In order to contribute to the improvement of good governance in sports organisations, the GoSport project has developed a comprehensive guide aiming at enhancing the capacities and awareness of sports clubs/organisations, professional and semi-professional sport teams and clubs on implementing good governance principles through social responsibility.

The GoSport guide provides the necessary information on how sports organisations interpret, manage and prioritise social responsibility issues – especially in terms of combating violence, tackling racism, discrimination and intolerance, and encouraging social inclusion and equal opportunities – how organisational governance influences social responsibility and how social responsibility is communicated within the organisations. Furthermore, this Guide provides tools to for-profit and non-profit sports organisations for understanding the relationships among the organisations, its stakeholders and society, and integrating socially responsible organisational governance practices.

If you work in the sport industry and you want to improve your knowledge on how to promote a more inclusive society through CSR activities, download the GoSport guide here.

The GoSport project has a duration of two years and is implemented in Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia and Cyprus by KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre (Project Coordinatior), Bulgarian Sports Development Association, CESIE, IDOP and CARDET. For more information about the project, visit their website.