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Lighthouse Calls 2021

This year we have been working on the presentation different calls, which we have categorised for the different people or institutions that we are addressing.

Volunteer Calls

Lighthouse works in teams, and opens its projects to volunteers who are interested in participating in transformative projects. Each project has its deadlines and specific objectives. Check the calls for proposals, we are waiting for you!

Team “Trolley”

Young people aged 16-25 listen to and collect the voices and knowledge of older people who do not usually access virtual social networks. The Team “Trolley” is part of the Sustainability before 1950 project.

Calls for support

Lighthouse supports initiatives that contribute to social and ecological sustainability with short or long-term actions and projects. This support takes the form of methodological, training, communication and/or financial support.

Holding the Key 2021

Annual call from Lighthouse to work with initiatives that want to systematise their knowledge and/or share it. Support is provided in four areas: financial, methodological, communication and future collaborations.

Grant

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Calls for participation in workshops

Lighthouse opens spaces for collective training and research related to social sustainability and ecological sustainability. These workshops, seminars, or conferences, among others, are aimed at various groups: educational teams, youth groups, families, students, people working in public administration, companies, etc.

Masculinities in construction for young people

A research-action-training space where the researchers will be the group of young people, accompanied by a social worker, a reference tutor or others, trying to answer questions such as What does it mean to be a boy? What would you do differently if you could do it without social sanction?

Virtual Narrative Spaces for Sustainability

Lighthouse offers a up to two-hour, or more, virtual and interactive seminar. The seminar works on a question-based basis, with the participants’ own experiences on the subject of sustainability and how they can support each other in the future in doing well for themselves and their environment.

Lighthouse Calls 2020

This year we have been working on different calls, which we have categorised for the different people or institutions that we are addressing.

Calls for support

Lighthouse supports initiatives that contribute to social and ecological sustainability with short or long-term actions and projects. This support takes the form of methodological, training, communication and/or financial support.

Holding the Key 2020

Selected initiatives Holding the Key 2020. The initiatives selected in this call are:

Projecte Sostre

A project to welcome transients from the neighbourhood for the neighbourhood, where volunteers organise themselves to accompany neighbours who sleep on the street and offer a platform to rebuild and move forward. Projecte Sostre is a space where neighbourhood, volunteers and residents meet every night in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, allowing them to rebuild social links.

Amics dels Infants del Marroc

An association founded in 2000 to foster families with children from Morocco. Its objectives are to raise awareness of the situation of abandonment and neglect of children in Morocco, to promote care by advising and supporting families and to cooperate with other associations that support adoption processes and adoptive families.

Calls for participation in workshops

Lighthouse opens spaces for collective training and research related to social sustainability and ecological sustainability. These workshops, seminars, or conferences, among others, are aimed at various groups: educational teams, youth groups, families, students, people working in public administration, companies, etc.

Masculinities in construction for young people

Research project carried out with three centres in Catalonia. Each centre works with young people under guardianship or out-of-custody. Both educators and young people have been able to react to the situations posed related to the fact of “being a man” in their usual environment, to reflect on the construction of gender, to confront their own ideas with those of others. In a three-phase dynamic, the young people have been sharing and deepening their own contributions in a spiral. The results of this project will be added to the following calls for proposals.