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International Platform for Citizen Participation (IPCP) is an International nongovernmental organization working actively to foster human rights and local democracy. IPCP is an important international NGO connecting the local authorities and civil society. IPCP has members from more then 15 countries that share interests in theory, methods and practice of active citizenship. IPCP promotes discussion among local and regional authorities, schools, vocational centers, foundations and non-governmental organizations dealing with human rights, local democracy and active citizenship and withthose in related fields.
The purpose of IPCP is to enhance international understanding and friendship through educational, cultural and humanitarian activities involving the exchange of ideas and experiences directly among peoples of different countries and diverse cultures.
IPCP works on :
The IPCP's working method is based on:
It does this through the exchange of experience, ideas and information and supports members to strengthen the quality and effectiveness of the sector. IPCP offers a range of services to members in order to assist them in developing projects and increasing the networking. IPCP also promotes the sharing of best practice across its members. This is complemented by a range of other communications, including a variety of online and e-communications, all designed to keep members up to date with news and issues that are of relevance to the sector.
Social Capital School
Duration: 2 years
Partners: Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Hungary
Publications: "The lab" ; "Workshops"
Duration: 2 years
Partners: Turkey, Portugal, Spain, Lituania, Bulgaria, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Island, Hungary, UK, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, France