CEV Policy Conference Promoting Inclusion Preventing Extremism (PIPE)

13-14 October 2016 Brussels, Belgium



13 october 2016

Venue: Permanent Representation of Slovakia,

Avenue de Cortenbergh 79, Brussels

Registration CEV Members General Assembly

09.30-12.30 CEV General Assembly



Registration PIPE Policy Conference

14:00-14:45 Welcome: Representative Permanent Representation of Slovakia

Opening of the Conference: Cristina Rigman, CEV President

Presentation of the PIPE publication: Gabriella Civico, CEV Director

Keynote Speech: Mohammed Azahaf, Intercultural dialogue and immigration expert

EVS 20th Anniversary: How Erasmus Plus volunteers promote inclusion & prevent extremism

Coffee Break
15:15-16:30 Volunteering, extremism and social cohesion: experiences from England: Nick Ockenden, Head of Research at NCVO

Discussion: Promoting Inclusion and Preventing Extremism – What role for volunteers?
Reception European Volunteering Capital 2018 Candidates Presentations

Venue: London House, Rue du Trône 108, Brussels
18:00-19:30 #EVCapital 2016 London Presentation

#EVCapital 2017 Sligo Presentation

#EVCapital 2018 Candidates Presentations: Aarhus and Ringkøbing-Skjern
19:30-20:30 Networking Reception


14 october 2016

Venue: London House & GIZ-Brussels Rue du Trône 108, Brussels
09:30 – 12:30 PIPE Workshops:

1. Gender Perspectives:

Ethnic Youth Support Team (UK)

Mothers for Life (BE)

Exitcirklen (DK)

Hope Not Hate (UK)

  1. Media

Against all Expressions of Hatred (CZ)

HejtAlert (PL)

180 Degrees Turn (DE)

We Are Like Oranges (SE)

  1. Sport/Art/Culture

Bmechte (SE)

Zinnekke (BE)

Fundacion Alfanar (ES)

Salaam Peace (UK)