The work of the students is based on the analysis of the territory, field work and the development of proposals to improve the quality of the landscape.
The students participates in the development of an interactive exhibition aimed at 4th grade students from secondary son prevention of drug addiction (alcohol, tobacco and pills) and prevention of HIV and sexual health.
Students perform a social function of accompanying and providing emotional support to the elderly, facilitating a generational exchange
URV students learn to transmit health advice and reflect on the need to train the population and therefore improve their quality of life in general
Third-year bachelor’s degree students in sports management organized physical practices for schoolgirls to raise students’ awareness of this issue of girls’ sports participation.
New forms of living arrangements for the elderly in Madrid city from the renovation and design of public space
Students achieve a first professional approach to urban planning, while interacting with the different agents involved in a townin all phases of the project.
We have worked with a focus on the elderly to think about new forms of social and care community life as weel as to design safe and atractive urban itineraries.
Aimed at young foreigners from 14 to 18 years old designed to promote their social and cultural integration and to provide them with personal and professional tools suitable for a more effective integration into the world of work
To support the families of the diocese to take care of their weakest members, namely the chronically ill and the very elderly, providing or facilitating access to various types of support.
To promote the inclusion of disability in the world of artistic creation and to sensitize students about the reality of cerebral palsy
Students prepare workshops on Physics and Responsible Consumption aimed at people with functional disabilities or at risk of social exclusion. We work with 7 different entities, the objectives of the service being different in each case.
Post COVID: EducamosContigo is an interuniversity and inter-optional Learning-Service program that offers psychoeducational, school and digital literacy accompaniment online to families and students in situations of educational and social vulnerability at all pre-university educational levels.
Post COVID: Public Home for children and youth without parental care. During the last 12 months after COVID restrictions we tried to maintain the contact between the students and the children online, but this has not substituted in any way the in-person experience.
The “SApS ODS?” project for Global Justice aims to move from “Education for Global Citizenship” to a global justice paradigm that is considered more holistic, comprehensive and transformative.
Sharing Ideas is a Service-Learning project in which undergraduate and master’s degree students from the University of Barcelona (UB) prepare lecture-workshops on interesting topics related to their studies and teach these in high schools which the university visits.
To sensitize students to the true needs of families of children with rare diseases, beyond the necessary but insufficient focus on the child’s disease.
Responding to the community needs in times of the natural disaster, after the 6.4 earthquake in Albania in November 2019.Temporary accommodation, tents, social, psychological and edutainment services were offered to the affected families.
Evaluate the psychological consequences of Covid-19; raise awareness of sleep disorders resulting from Covid-19; spread solutions to this problem.
To valorize the Villa Borghese park in Rome, as a meeting place for young people and a place to take care of its green spaces without their mobile phones.
“I’m like you” born from a group of 3 psychology students who decided to face the cyberbullying problem. They had opened an Instagram page “Io come te” (I’m like you) to raise awareness on this issue, felt even more urgent because, during the pandemic, social media were the only way to have relationships with others.
The project is determined by inclusion – The students get to know new fields and gain experience in areas (outside of school) with which they have not yet had any contact.
Service-learning project for providing independent reports on the quality of the tests available at the Psychology Test Library of the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona while teaching psychometrics at undergraduate level.
As a part of a practical assignment, students accompany children and adolescents as well as young refugees in Nuremberg.
Our service objective is to educate in oral health, motivating people with different abilities to promote autonomy in their oral hygiene habits.
Training of Education Professionals and Doctorate in Education, both include a subject with the principles of “Education for Sustainability”.
The main objective of the experience the design of a project following a “food chain” structure in which every participant was able to learn something and teach to other people
University students took charge of doing an exhaustive research on mobile apps which may serve to develop and record a nature itinerary, as well as other apps aimed at plants and animals’ identification.
The students should create an idea of how to carry the message they have to their target audience and also how to make it more attractive to them.
To raise awareness about the significance of data culture related with human trafficking; study and understand the complexity of human trafficking data and providing a diagnosis of the human trafficking situation in Spain.
Report on the loss of income by asylum seekers from red ID cards in Spain
Share learnings between students with different abilities by creating a climate of respect and coexistence that allows developing spaces and times of practical life knowledge.
the student carries out the tasks of a teacher with a specialization in teaching and evaluating literacy in public schools with great needs for specialists in this area to attend to the diversity of children they shelter.
Our aim was to point out the dimension of interconnectedness and context in the given topics and to reflect on how each of us has an impact on others and also on the environment.
The students collect from the companies they work with, the information to prepare a diagnosis of their economic-financial situation. Improvement of current financial plan and possible strategies for your future development.
Learning from the Lives of Others is a first year course which requires the students to maintain a weekly commitment as a volunteer at a partner charity, and to integrate reflective learning from their experiences as part of assessment.
University students conducted interventions with students of Compulsory Education during a scholar course, with the aim of increasing their school performance, climate school and personal, social, school, and family adaptation.
Students design and execute a consulting project with a non-profit organization in order to resolve one or more concrete problems.
Language acquisition and led to the development of EUFICCS (European use of full-immersion: culture, content and service) that was born as a European project and subsequently adopted as a teaching methodology.
Stemming from this service-learning has become a privileged tool not only for the acquisition of language and culture but more extensively for the development of a culture of democracy based on RFCDC.
Support for lecturers from all disciplines who wish to integrate sustainability topics into their courses, we want to enable our students to become change agents for sustainability.
The project consisted in developing the business strategy of 3 different labor insertion companies (Taller99, Asiscar, Carifood) belonging to the NGO Cáritas. Taller 99 is dedicated to manufacturing leather goods (bags, wallets …) and making clothes, Asiscar works in the transport sector, doing removals and transporting goods, and Carifood focuses in the catering industry.
Authentic, positive, meaningful learning moments benefiting partners and students. Addressing complex problems in complex settings rather than simplified problems in isolation.
Job-relevant skills such as communication skills, conflict skills and teamwork are required and trained in the engagements.
Housing, as a fundamental human need, enables participation in social life, but in many major cities affordable housing is becoming an increasingly scare resource.
Students are invited to get to know societal partners in the environment of their institution and produce stories that are relevant for the community which surrounds them.
The curricular learning goal is, that students learn about didactical planning instruments and theories.
During the first half of the semester students have classes with relevant people related to the Social Justice field and during the second, they complete a number of hours of voluntary work within an institution.
About 250 undergraduate students in their second year, take a core module, Criminology & Service-Learning. They work in groups with local not for profit organisations.
To explore and enhance collaboration opportunities with work field organisations in the neighbourhoods surrounding the new campus through community-based learnin