On July 14, 1789, the French stormed the Bastille, a medieval fortress-prison in Paris in one of the key moments of the French Revolution.
The average people were fed up with the Ancien Régime — aka the monarchy — and they were protesting the vast inequality between themselves and the upper echelon.
Fast forward 266 years: inequality is still a major issue.
"We have reached a tipping point. Inequality in OECD countries is at its highest since records began," OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría said in a recent report.
Mexico, Chile, the US and Turkey have the highest inequality among the OECD members. And inequality is even higher in emerging economies. On the flip side, Denmark, Slovenia, and Czech Republic have the lowest. 
"The evidence shows that high inequality is bad for growth. The case for policy action is as much economic as social. By not addressing inequality, governments are cutting into the social fabric of their countries and hurting their long-term economic growth," Gurría added.
For what it's worth, France is below the OECD average.


Agence de marketing numérique
    * Définir et exécuter des tests MVT et A/B/n pour améliorer l'engagement, la conversion et la fidélité à la marque
    * Faire des rapports d'analyses
    * Participer à l'amélioration des sites internet
    * Gérer plusieurs projets

Offre à pourvoir entre le 2015-04-06 et le 2015-04-19 pour une durée de 6 mois 

Rémunération de stage: De 500 à 1000 GBP par mois
Frais d'agences: A partir de 250EUR


    * Être étudiant(e) ou jeune diplômé(e) spécialisé(e) en E-Marketing     * Maîtriser le pack office     * Une première expérience en marketing numérique serait appréciée

Niveau(x) d'études

Bac +3/+4


6.0 mois

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Erasmus+ 5 days project open call: Djakovo, Croatia, 'Stay Tuned Online': Deadline: 29 July

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Stay Tuned Online

Training Course
12-19 September 2015 | Djakovo, Croatia
Training Course about online communication in Youth Work.
Deadline: 15 May, 2015
Open to: MA/PhD holders / currently enrolled at postgraduate degree program in human rights, international law, political science, international relations, philosophy, sociology or related subjects OR with one year experience in organizations in this field
Venue: Monastery of San Nicolò, Venice – Lido, Italy from 6 July to 15 July, 2015

About The Venice Academy of Human Rights

The Venice Academy of Human Rights for this year will focus on the theme of: (Dis)Integration through Human Rights: Citizens, Courts, Communities. It will take place at the Monastery of San Nicolò, Venice – Lido, Italy from Monday, 6 July to Wednesday, 15 July 2015.
Human Rights often form the basis for integration processes into various communities, be they national, regional or international. In this context, human and fundamental rights are hailed as shared values and foundations of communal convergence. Yet other voices highlight the homogenising, civilising and excluding effects of these integration processes.
The Venice Academy of Human Rights 2015 will look at international, regional and transnational integration processes from an institutional, policy, dogmatic and interdisciplinary perspective. The discussion addresses communities of various actors, including citizens, peoples, minorities, but also communities of international and regional organisations, courts and private bodies. How become communities imaginable and how are they constructed? What role do fundamental and human rights play in building and consolidating these communities? How do courts and judicial bodies forge communities and integration processes? What happens to differences and diverse identities? And what are the darker sides of these processes for those on the periphery or outside the community? These are but some of the questions that the Venice Academy of Human Rights will raise and discuss.
Courses during the first week will focus on topics of multiculturalism, minorities and courts. The second week focuses on the European integration project.


The Academy is an intensive programme of high standard and applicants should be confident that they are academically and linguistically prepared. All courses will be taught in English. It is, therefore, indispensable that all participants understand and speak English without any difficulty.
Participants must:
  • hold a LLM/MA or PhD/JSD or be currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree programme in human rights, international law, political science, international relations, philosophy, sociology or related subjects; OR
  • have work experience of at least one year in one of these fields in an international or non-governmental organisation; OR
  • work on human rights issues for a government authority or in academia.


The participation fee is 600 EUR. The fee includes enrollment, lunch during the week (Monday-Friday), use of the facilities at EIUC (including wireless access) and social events. The registration fee does not include accommodation. The Venice Academy of Human Rights does not offer scholarships or waivers of the participations fee.
All participants must ensure sufficient funds to support themselves during the programme. The Academy is happy to provide support letters to employers and grant institutions.
The Academy offers a limited number of rooms in student residencies and hostels that can be booked through the Academy. Prices range from 450 EUR for a room shared with another participant to 780 EUR for a single room for 11 nights. Detailed information will be sent to all admitted participants. Participants, who wish to book a room in one of the student residencies or hostels, need to pay the full accommodation cost together with the participation fee.
More information on fees and accommodation

How to Apply?

Only applications submitted with the provided form below and received until 15 May 2015 will be accepted. The entire application, including the motivation and the CV, has to be submitted in English. Please also include a non-certified English translation of the required proofs, if the original certificates were not issued in English, French, Spanish or Italian.
The application form is available online HERE.
For more information please visit the official webpage.

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 1. Sweden
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 4. Finland


5. PolandPoland
6. Malta

7. Armenia

8. The Netherlands

9. Turkey
10. Belgium

11. Denmark

12. Spain

13. Russia


14. Cyprus

15. Iceland

16. Austria

17. France

18. Portugal
19. Norway

20. Germany

21. Albania
22. Greece

23. Ukraine

24. Ireland

25. Croatia
26. Czech Republic

27. Hungary

Deadline: 16 February 2015
Open to: international journalists, bloggers and other media professionals
Fellowship: travel, accommodation and food costs are covered


The International Reporting Project provides opportunities for journalists to report internationally on critical issues that are under covered in the news media. For the 2015 the are accepting applications for a reporting trip in Nepal. The trip will focus on health and development in Nepal, particularly in light of the upcoming end of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the potential adoption of Sustainable Development Goals. Participants will be expected to post frequent stories – such as articles, blog posts, infographics, interactive stories, slideshows, social media posts, video and audio clips – before, during and after the trip.


This fellowship is open to innovative journalists, bloggers, influential social media practitioners, and other media professionals. Preference will be given to citizens or residents of Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, South Africa, United Kingdom and United States.


The IRP will purchase the fellows’ roundtrip air tickets to Nepal and will pay for visas, hotel costs, local transportation and several meals.


You can apply online here where you need to provide the required information and documents.
Deadline for applications is 16 February 2015
Deadline: 31 March 2015
Open to: youth workers, trainers, youth leaders, projects managers from Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, United Kingdom
Venue: 30 May- 6 June 2015 in Forres, United Kingdom


Enact” is an innovative 8-day Erasmus+ training course that will take place from 30 May- 6 June in Forres, a small town in the county of Moray in North-East Scotland, UK. The course is designed to develop the competences of youth workers, trainers and youth leaders to engage and empower young people in their lives, work and communities by using the tools of Nature, Authentic Communication and Theatre.
The training objectives are:
  • To identify effective and creative methods to engage young people to be active in their lives and communities;
  • To explore and understand how theatre & outdoor based methods can be used as tools for youth empowerment;
  • To introduce effective communication techniques in order to create positive dialogue and authentic communication;
  • To develop competences to implement tools, non-formal and informal educational methods of conflict resolution;
  • To provide space for participants for discussion and sharing best practices and to develop their training skills and competences;
  • To improve knowledge about Erasmus+ Youth Programme as a tool for improving the quality and enhancing the international dimension of youth work through capacity building activities.


The training is open to youth workers, youth leaders, project managers and trainers from Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Turkey and United Kingdom.


Accommodation and food will be cover by the organizers and travel costs will be reimbursed. There is participation fee of  €50 per participant.


Interested candidates should apply online HERE.
The deadline to apply is 31 March 2015. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of selection by 10th April 2015.
For further information please contact: enactandempower@gmail.com or visit the official call.


École de langues privée située au cœur de Madrid offrant une grande variété de classes d'Espagnol dynamiques et interactives pour les étudiants de tout âge ainsi que des activités culturelles et sociales chaque semaine. 

Vos principales missions seront :

Référencement du site (SEO/Techniques d'optimisation de moteur de recherche)
Développement du contenu web, mettre à jour les dates des cours, les images/photos, etc.
Prise en charge des réseaux sociaux (facebook, twitter, linkedin...)
Proposer de nouvelles stratégies marketing
Traduction de documents marketing et contenu web dans d'autres langues et vérification des traductions déjà effectuées
Relation clientèle internationale


Niveau B1 en espagnol et B2 en anglais minimum Intérêt dans le marketing et social média Expérience en Web marketing est un plus

Niveau(x) d'études

Bac +5 - Bac +3/+4


Stage disponible à partir de mars pour une durée de 6 mois


440 €/mois. Prévoir 450 € de frais d´agence en cas d´acceptation en stage. Si l´étudiant n´est pas accpeté aucun frais ne lui sera demandé

Convention de stage



Training Course
24-29 May 2015 | Konstancin-Jeziorna, Poland
“Energy by Synergy TC” is targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers with a draft Erasmus+ project plan, interested in building up strong long lasting partnerships and getting inspired to work on innovatory ideas and putting them into practice.
Partnership… it feels better when it lasts longer...
“Energy by Synergy TC” is targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers with a draft Erasmus+ project plan, interested in building up strong partnerships. Long-term partnerships and sustainable networks have gained a big importance within the Erasmus+ Programme. Many organisations and their youth workers don’t know how to make this happen. So unfortunately, projects mostly end after the last day of the activity and the collaborations die together with them.
How can you have sustainable impact on regular youth work and make sustainable changes and collaborations by doing Erasmus+ projects? How can you obtain more than ‘just make another project’?
We carefully selected two mayor elements to work on:
1. Creation of an inspiring common vision for the changes that you would like to happen in the future.
2. A supported strategic plan which integrates project management elements such as how to build up your network, intercultural communication, common aims & desired outcomes.
This training course is an opportunity for you to get inspired and challenged to work on innovatory ideas and put them into practice. It will not be about how to apply for an Erasmus+ Programme, although the participants will have the opportunity in brief to get to know Key Action 2 of Erasmus+, which supports building up strategic partnerships.
Through the training course, we want to encourage participants to direct their own learning and to exchange experiences and good practises. We support this process by a variety of methods such as simulations, future thinking techniques, open space, outdoor activities and mentoring.
Aims and objectives of the TC
After the Training Course:
• Participants will give value to and integrate the perspective of sustainable partnerships in their project plan. 
• Participants will be ready to work on sustainable partnerships by:
- creating a common vision of a project and an adequate partnership/collaboration
- strategic thinking
- setting up common goals/aims and a matching timeframe
• The participants will be able to identify and understand:
- core elements of intercultural communication
- different stakeholders' interest
- different ways to make waves (exchange useful methods of dissemination and exploitation of results)
- different phases of partnership development.
Target group of the TC
The training course is designed for youth workers, youth leaders, project managers and multipliers who:
• have experience in „Youth in Action“ and/or Erasmus+ Youth projects or have the intention to get involved in Erasmus+ programme
• are motivated to work on the quality of their projects
• represent an organization/institution realizing or willing to organize international youth projects;
• are available to actively attend the full duration of the training course;
• are minimum 18 years old
• are able to communicate and work in English
• are residents of the Erasmus+ Programme Countries and Eastern Partnership countries and Russia (we will invite 4 people from this region).
Date & venue:
- From 24 to 29 May 2015 (participants are expected to arrive on the 24th before 16:30; departures are planned on the 29th after breakfast).
- The training course will take place in Konstancin-Jeziorna (in the neighbourhood of Warsaw), Poland.
Trainers: Line Ostyn (Belgium), Melih Özkardes (Germany), Soner Baskal (Turkey) and Anna-Sophia Pappai (Poland)
(Info for NAs: This course is financed by TCA 2015 Budget)

Available downloads:

  • Call_for_Participants_Energy_by_Synergy.pdf
    This Training Course is
    for 30 participants
    and recommended for
    Youth workers, Youth leaders, Project managers
    Polish National Agency of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme (National Agency)
    • German, Belgian FL and Turkish National Agency of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme (National Agency)
    Contact for questions:
    Karolina Suchecka
    Phone: +48 22 46 31 432
    Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.


    The “Energy by Synergy TC” is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme and is organised by the Polish, German, Belgian FL and Turkish National Agency of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.
    - Board and lodging of accepted participants will be provided and paid by the organizers. 
    - Participants from Programme Countries: travel costs can be covered by your National Agency according to their own rules (please check before applying). 
    - Participants from Eastern Partnership countries and Russia: travel and visa costs will be covered by Polish NA but selection will be done by SALTO EECA. 
    - Any insurance, especially medical, is a private responsibility of each participant.
    (Info for sending NAs: This TCA activitiy is financed by TCA 2015)
    This training activity is funded by:
    The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme
    Apply now!
    Application deadline: 15 March 2015Date of selection: 31 March 2015