International News

02 Nov 2015
Diagrama Foundation meets with European Project 'REVIJ' partners in France
The second meeting of the partners of the European Project ‘REVIJ’ was held, on September 23, in the city of Rennes (France), where there was a presentation of the analysis of good practices accomplished by each one of the project’s partners in their respective countries. The study, 'Reparition to the victim in the European Juvenile Justice Systems: Comparative analysis and transfer of best practices', compares the restorative measures found in different European Juvenile Justice Systems. Read more...
16 Jun 2015
Since 2012, Diante Bou Bess Association has offered farming and nutrition training to 120 Senegalese women in the Polyvalent Training Centre of Sandiara (Senegal). During this time, Diagrama Foundation professionals have collaborated in the technical development of the programmes. This project of food sovereignty reinforcement and training in ecological farming techniques and trading, includes the implementation of a drip system in 5 hectares of the farmland and the installation of a 50 m³ water tower. Read more...
10 Mar 2015
The past 2 and 3 of March, Rochester held the first partners meeting of the European Project REVIJ, which compares the victim reparation measures in different European Juvenile Justice Systems. This project, funded by the European Union Criminal Justice Programme, is led by Fundación Diagrama (Spain) and has partners from several European countries: Association Diagrama (France), Diagrama Foundation (UK), Istituto Don Calabria (Italy), Universidade Catolica Portuguesa do Porto (Portugal) and the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (Belgium). Read more...
23 Dec 2014
The 3rd of November launched the beginning of the European Project REVIJ, ‘Reparation to the victim in the European Juvenile Justice Systems: Comparative analysis and transfer of best practices’. Diagrama Fountadion is one of the partners of this project, led by Fundación Diagrama (Spain), which also has the participation of European organisations like the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (Belgium), Association Diagrama (France), Istituto Don Calabria (Italy) and the Universidade Catolica Portuguesa do Porto (Portugal). Read more...
18 Sep 2014
EASE Kristiansand 1
The core partners travelled to Norway to visit Jegersberg, a recently-established project that helps ex-substance misusers get their life back by providing mentoring, accommodation and meaningful work. Read more...
27 Jun 2014
The Chairman of Diagrama, Francisco Legaz Cervantes, was part of the representation of the Spanish associations, entities and NGOs aimed at helping the most disadvantaged people, and which work was thanked by Their Majesties. The Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality, Ana Mato, and the Secretary General of International Cooperation for Development, Gonzalo Robles, were also present at the event. Read more...
19 Jun 2014
Together with other international organisations, Diagrama was invited as an expert in the field of social inclusion to identify the most effective and innovative practices in the field of substance and alcohol abuse. Read more...
16 Jun 2014
All the EASE partners got together to discuss the developments and next steps in the project and attended the 1st LH Forum on Positive Economy organised in partnership by the Italian host. Read more...
06 Jun 2014
Diagrama has signed a collaboration agreement with the NGO Cirugía Solidaria in order to develop medical consultations and surgery interventions, during the last week of november and the first week of december, in Sandiara (Senegal), where they will be supported by Diagrama’s local counterpart Diante Bou Bess, which facilities will also be available for such purpose. Read more...
21 May 2014
On 14th and 15th of May, a group of professionals from Diagrama Foundation participated in Canterbury in the last meeting of the European project ‘Into Caring Europe’, organised by Action with Communities in Rural Kent. Also some representatives from Fundación Diagrama (Spain) and Group Ubuntu (Belgium) attended the meeting. This was the 5th encounter of the project and it allowed the participants to lay out some improvements that will ease the job of the health professionals who provide domiciliary care to people in need of support. Read more...

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