OPERATION DAGSVÆRK: IYN delegation reflects on Lyon...

The Iraqi team consisting of a youth and delegation leader each with three participants went to Lyon, France and participated in the Street Football World festival between 28th of June till July 7th 2016.
OPERATION DAGSVÆRK: IYN delegation reflects on Lyon festival

OFFS - Seminar for leaders and coaches in Bosnia &...

The Open Fun Football Schools season 2016 in Balkan , started officially with the first Seminar for leaders and coaches , held in Bosnia and Herzegovina, from July 29nd to 31st. Participants of the Seminar were leaders and coaches from 15 local communities from Bosnia and...
OFFS - Seminar for leaders and coaches in Bosnia & Herzegovina

CCPA Mini Champions - Bosnia and Herzegovina

May 28th, Open Fun Football Schools Mini Champions event took place in Bihac, where 450 boys and girls gathered in city center to celebrate friendship,togetherness and football. The kids came from 11 cities across Bosnia and Herzegovina.From 15 stations, to workshops...
CCPA Mini Champions - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Open Fun Football Schools - Bihac, Bosnia and...

May 28th Mini Champions league will take it's 6th edition In Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 29, 30 31 May and June 1st Partnership between CCPA OFFS BH and Out of Area foundation will be presented by joint organization of FUTUREA Festival. On June 11th, CCPA OFFS...
Open Fun Football Schools - Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Iraqi widows go independent after Danish...

Two widows have broken out of the entrepreneurial projects created by the Danish NGO, CCPA & the Iraqi Youth Network, which led them to create their own beauty saloon chain called Well-Hair Baghdad. They went into the project as widows without an income and came out...
Iraqi widows go independent after Danish entrepreneurial projects

Danish NGO conducts festival in Babylon after...

The Danish NGO, CCPA conducts a youth festival in Babylon, not far from the devastating terror attack on a football tournament where 29 youths lost their lives in a meaningless terror attack. CCPA in cooperation with their partner, the Iraqi Youth Network conducted...
Danish NGO conducts festival in Babylon after devastating attack

MAGLAJ & HELSINGOR students together at Open Fun...

Cross Cultures, together with it's Sarajevo branch office, organized a one day visit to the city of Maglaj, for the students of Helsingor gymnasium, as a part of their study trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Thirty Danish teenagers met their Bosnian peers, on a...
MAGLAJ & HELSINGOR students together at Open Fun Football activities

DEMENA: Tunisia project gets kick started for 2016

This February, the first instructor seminar was kicked off in Monastir. At the seminar, 20 youths from all over Tunisia; who later on were tested on their organizational and technical capabilities in Sayda, where they had 24 hours to orchestrate an Open Fun Football...
DEMENA: Tunisia project gets kick started for 2016

OPERATION DAGSVÆRK:116 New Associations in Iraq

The Iraqi Youth Network has established 25 social associations, 32 associations within the refugee camps and 59 sports associations in form of athletic clubs. The associations were sponsored by the Danish network Operation Day's Work, whilst the administrational...
OPERATION DAGSVÆRK:116 New Associations in Iraq

OPERATION DAGSVÆRK: Danish Consultant lectures in...

In the third seminar held for the Iraqi Youth Network, the guest of honor was Henning Kurland, who lectured in strategic planning for 10 board members and 12 coordinators from the Iraqi Youth Network in Side, Turkey. This times Danish consultant was Henning...
OPERATION DAGSVÆRK: Danish Consultant lectures in Strategy Seminar for the Iraqi Youth Network

Cross Cultures - investing in children and youth

Cross Cultures (CCPA) is a politically independent, non-profit organisation that exists for the purpose of promoting peaceful coexistence and social cohesion between people of different cultures and backgrounds. 

Cross Cultures has long term experience in implementing social programs in conflict sensitive communities that promote PEACE EDUCTATION, CHILD PROTECTION, SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.

Since 1998 our activities have reached out to more than 950,000 children, 52,000 parents and 79,000 local volunteers from conflict sensitive communities and we have educated over 36,000 local coaches in our specific community-based and child-centered approach.

Currently, Cross Cultures is active in the following countries

We bring people to work and inter-act together

Cross Cultures is especially known for the OPEN FUN FOOTBLL SCHOOL program, which is a humanitarian program we use as an instrument to provide ACCESS to conflict sensitive communities and to MOBILISE young people of both genders on a voluntary basis with the purpose to bring people of different cultures and backgrounds to work and inter-act together.

Following the Open Fun Football School implementation we further TRAIN and BUILD CAPACITY of the local volunteers, and we encourage SELF-ORGANISATION and CLUB-FORMATION with the intended effect of making the volunteers capable of engaging themselves in various community processes and contributing to the rebuilding of social systems and institutions.

 

 

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