Discover “Europe Talks Solidarity“, the online podcast that reflects on the impact on society through the programs funded by Erasmus+.
This audio journey takes you through Europe and beyond in the search of a common narrative on solidarity inspired by civil society activists and researchers.
This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps, produced by Instituto Now.
“Europe Talks Solidarity” is an online podcast, which you can listen to through major online streaming platforms (Spotify, GooglePodcast, Apple Podcast or YouTube).
There are currently 19 episodes available, each of which tries to explain and reflect on the positive impact that solidarity projects have on society.
The episodes are recorded by civil society activists and by researchers and are about the environment, society, politics, public health and reflect on strategies to improve the quality of life in the countries of the European Union.
The last episode
In the latest episode SALTO European Solidarity Corps visits Linda Ulane from Latvia and Daniel Gismera from Spain. Both are developing projects with young people in prisons.
The purpose of the episode is to explain what happens when solidarity projects involve those who have been excluded from society and how prisons are by definition barriers to participation.
The last episode revolves on the following topics:
- how solidarity can bridge detained young people with the rest of society;
- and how their projects support prisoners in their inclusion in society at the end of their sentence.
How to partecipate
All episodes are available online and can be listened to for free through major streaming platforms.
You can also see the list of episodes and the topics of each episode on the official website of Salto-Youth.