EPIM

Thanks to EPIM Cresm have been able to improve in fundraising and capacity management through specific trainings and coaching. Three persons of our team attended lessons for fundraising at AICOON and we also started our coaching for management with two experts of no profit organisations (one for strategy management, as …

Qualyterra

Qualyterra is an initiative launched by CRESM, along with other partners, as part of a series of activities involving a large number of actors, companies and stakeholders, which aims to contribute to the integrated and sustainable local development in a global perspective (“Glocal Development“). Qualyterra is also a community of …

Asylum Seekers Project (SPRAR)

Since late 2012 we started, (within the City Project for Asylum Seekers-SPRAR) to use part of the “Comunità Urbane Solidali” Building to host eight (8) Asylum seekers. We opted for a reduced number of guests to really develop with them really individualized projects of education and inclusion. This model of …

Belìce/EpiCentre of Living Memory

The Belìce/EpiCentre of Living Memory is an open space, always ‘under construction’, since it was not conceived to be a ‘museum’ but an open place where people can meet. It constantly evolves since whoever lives or ‘passes by’ the Belìce area can make a contribution. Every visitor can bring and …

MEDNETA Project

MEDNETA  is one of the 95 projects implemented  under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013 (www.enpicbcmed.eu). Its total budget of 1.985.553,89 million Euro and it is financed for an amount of 1.786.998,50 million Euro  by the European Union  through the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument. The objective of …

Immigration and Inclusion

CRESM works with immigrants in Palermo – a city that hosts 19 different immigrant communities – and the Belice valley. CRESM creates new inclusive spaces where immigrants and local people work, live, dialogue and exchange. CRESM’s activities range from hosting asylum seekers to showcasing the technical knowledge of migrants