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ComeUnaMarea was established in 2005.

The Association is aimed at promoting and preserving the cultural heritage and gives great importance to the activities that valorise oral traditions and expressions. In the activities carried out emerges a great attention for the study and promotion of the cultural, natural, artistic and ethnic heritage of the Mediterranean region.

ComeUnaMarea helps and prevents any form of unease concerning the senior and youth at risk of social exclusion, through actions of prevention and integration. The Association realizes events that wants to strengthen citizenship by showing the possibilities to live together harmoniously, embracing the idea that a multiplicity of identities can live together accepting differences inherent to their cultural, religious and linguistic diversity. Inside our organization we have a "Time Bank Intercultural. As innovative form of social economy focused on the simple principle of time exchange - Timebanking fosters the exchange of skills and competencies through local communities inhabitants, without ethnic, gender,
age, culture prejudices.

The institution has been surveyed by the Municipality of Palermo “ UO. Interventi per Immigrati, Rifugiati, Nomadi” among the organizations active in the field of immigration and social integration. It joined in with the National Convention "NO MORE!" combating the male violence against woman. ComeUnaMarea is in the Unique Onlus National Registry, in the Regional Registry of social-promotion associations and in the Provincial Registry of associations of the third sector and non-profit organizations. The organization cooperates with foreign and Italian ONG and associations and it is member of the "Anna Lindh Foundation” and RIDE Rete Italiana per il Dialogo Euromediterraneo. ComeUnaMarea is active in  European contest. It has participated in EU Programs in the field of non-formal learning as LLP Programme Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, Youth in Action, ERASMUS + and Europe for Citizens Programme, Progress, and Daphne.

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