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SIMETRIAS INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION (SFI)
INCLUSION SOCIAL

 Contact details
Contact personANGELES DIAZ VIECO
DIRECTORA 
StreetBUENAVISTA 27 
Address 45005 - TOLEDO (Spain) 
Phone677183097 
EmailShow Email
Webwww.simetrias.es
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)1-10 
Organisation TypeNon profit 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Cultural studies
» Law
» Public affairs
» Social work
» Other applied sciences

 Brief description of your activity focus
INTERNATIONAL OPERATORS PLATFORM PUBLIC POLITICS IN CREATIVE ECONOMY , CULTURAL AND INCLUSION SOCIAL

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Simetrías is an international operators platform in creative economy, cultural industries and social inclusion
articulated by the need to respond to the impact of the economic crisis in the private sector cultural and social
work in the interest of promoting innovation in technology, sustainability, internationalization and social
cohesion.
Objectives.
 Promote projects that deepen social inclusion of young people and equality between men and women.
 Disseminate Spanish culture.
 To promote cultural relations between Spain and other countries
 Internationalizing cultural and creative industries.
 Fomentar las relaciones culturales entre España y otros países.
 Internacionalizar las industrias culturales y creativas.

How we evolved

• We have experienced strong growth in a difficult environment by cuts in government subsidies to local, regional
and national levels.
• Our funding in the last two years comes from the European Union.
• The core of Simetrias Foundation is stable by providing us with a structure very flexible management on a
project basis.
• The evolution of the employees assigned to projects has provided us with 2.500 between academics, experts
from government, businesses and nonprofit private national and international


What makes us different.

• Own Solutions in cooperation sectors, cultural industries, creative economy, social inclusion.
• With themselves to work with national and international operators driving class projects on complicated issues
about the future of the knowledge economy, employment, training in skills and competencies, management
diversity and citizenship

SOCIAL INCLUSION OF YOUTH

Projects developed

 Perceptions of integration processes of the immigrants or young people in Castilla-La wide.
 I Dialogue Forum with Morocco.
 Create Toledo Lala Delazhelin. Brazil To work the social inclusion through culture.
 2013/2014 DAPHNE European Project Homeless Kids European Commission Justice


CREATIVE AND CULTURAL INDUSTRIES ECONOMY

Projects developed in cultural industries, creative economy and social inclusion: 2010/2012

• I First Meeting international cultural cooperation Europe. Latin America, Africa. Spanish Agency. AECID
• Experience Create Toledo Cultural and Symmetries Enthusiasmo Node. Brazil / Spain. Spanish Agency. AECID
• Gender Network in cultural industries in Central America. Iberoamerican States Organization.IEOI
• International Cultural Cooperation Platform 2009/11 Ministry of Cultura de Castilla-La Mancha Country
• Innova educatio: I + D + I Evaluation of conflict in school and immigrant youth neighborhood. Ministry of
Education. JCCM
• Laboratory Sciences: Managing Diversity and Citizenship. Ministry of Social Welfare. JCCM
• International Cultural Cooperation Platform 2009/11 Ministry of Culture.
• Culture Program. Creative Policy. Cuenca, Dublin, Newcastle. Commission Education, Culture, Audiovisual.
European Union.
• Interreg IVC Programme. TOOL QUIZ. European Regional Development Funds. European Union.
• Program European Capitals of Culture. Advice from the cities of Cuenca and Katowice.
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» YOUNG-3-2015: Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies for growth and inclusion in EU
» REFLECTIVE-2-2015: Emergence and transmission of European cultural heritage and Europeanisation

 Project participation
 
Project #1
Project TypeOther (International)
FunctionCoordinator
Project TitleDAPNHE Runaways Programme, homeless and sexual exploitation victims, abuse and street violence
AcronymCRS
Specific ThemeResearch about inclusion of street children
Project websitehttp://agreenment.altervista.org/
CoordinatorKATE MOSS UNIVERSIDAD DE WOVERHAMPTON
 
Project #2
Project TypeOther (International)
FunctionCoordinator
Project TitleINTERREG IVC TOOL QUIZ
AcronymTOOL QUIZ
Specific ThemeCreative Economy and social inclusion of youth people in Europe. Public policies research.
Project websitehttp://mon.nordpasdecalais.fr/toolquiz/fr/tool-quiz/
CoordinatorDONATO GIULIANI DEPARTAMENTO NORD PASS CALAIS
 
Project #3
Project TypeOther (International)
FunctionCoordinator
Project TitleCreative Policies
AcronymPC
Specific ThemeResearch about Regeneration of the cities throught culture
Project websitehttp://www.simetrias.es/salaprensa_detalle.php?id=221&tipo=1
CoordinatorNOLAIG O FIONGALE PORFESORA UNIVERSIDAD DUBLIN GRADCAM

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
Who are our international partners

 Oracle network. Marcel Hicter Foundation. Brussels

500 European professionals working in companies and institutions based Cuenca and Toledo European Diploma
(Foundation Marcel Hicter)

 Anna Lindh network. European Instituto Mediterráneo

 Culture Program 2007/2014. European Union

 GRANDCAM Art Center. Dublin Ireland.

 Intercultural Arts Newcastle United Kingdom

2009/2013. Tool Quiz network. Interreg IVC. Skills for use in the development of the knowledge economy.
 Cultural cooperation Department or Nord Pas de Calais, Silesia,
 Department Cultural cooperation, Flanders,
 Department Cultural cooperation, Wallonia,
 Councils Art, Wales.
 Department Cultural cooperation, Rogaland,
 Relais Culture Europe, France
 Gamborg University, Wales
 Milan University

2013/2015. Daphne Project. Commission Justice, European Union.
 ENGLAND. University of Wolverhampton.
 CZECH REPUBLIC: NGO Communication.
 HOLLAND: Initiatives for International Development - ICDI
 POLAND: Formacition and social enterlprise support association.
 PORTUGAL: Associacao Conversas Rua.
 ROMANIA: Romanian Society for Lifelong Learning.
 SLOVENIA: EU Sector Programs.
 HUNGARY: Regional Center Resources Social Welfare.

Our identity.

• Internationa Platform based in Spain and seven European countries and in Latin America and Africa.
• non-profit organization recognized as an organization for development cooperation by AECID Spanish Agency
• More than 3.500 professionals working through their participation in workshops, seminars, conferences.

How we evolved

• We have experienced strong growth in a difficult environment by cuts in government subsidies to local, regional and
national levels.
• Our funding in the last two years comes from the European Union.
• The core of Simetrias Foundation is stable by providing us with a structure very flexible management on a project
basis.
• The evolution of the employees assigned to projects has provided us with 2.500 between academics, experts from
government, businesses and nonprofit private national and international.

What is our strategy.

• We aspire to leadership in the development of content in creative economy, cultural industries and social inclusion
with young people through working on initiatives with strong national and international presence.
• Efficiency, flexibility and proximity to the local territory in the projects to be developed by our willingness to
operate
as a nonprofit organization.
• Capacity in its portfolio of services to develop strategic plans, training of operators and social cultural and
development cooperation.

What makes us different.

• Own Solutions in cooperation sectors, cultural industries, creative economy, social inclusion.
• With themselves to work with national and international operators driving class projects on complicated issues about
the future of the knowledge economy, employment, training in skills and competencies, management diversity and
citizenship

SOCIAL INCLUSION OF YOUTH

Projects developed:

1ºPerceptions of integration of young immigrants in Castilla-La Mancha. First Forum of managing diversity and
citizenship.Simetrías, since birth, has been linked with research processes and transfer of good practices for
practitioners.Research conducted in the beginning by Fernando González Quiñones, Complutense University professor
along with Joaquin Arango. He has had the collaboration of Eduardo Diaz Herranz professors and Inmaculada the
University of Castilla La Mancha in the exploitation of the field study conducted social service professionals, education,
health and employment throughout the region. This project was financed by the Health and Welfare Ministry.

How professionals to provide tools to manage initiatives that promote the coexistence of immigrant youth in public
spaces through culture.

2ºOrganization of the pilot Create Toledo Lala Delazhelin. Brazil to work the social inclusion of young people through
culture.Create Toledo, led by Lala Delazhelin Brazilian pilot in Spain to work with 150 young people from different
cultures in the field of music, theater, dance, photography, etc.. This project was financed by the AECID. How to
contact the countries of origin to work co-development and facilitate their integration.

3ºI Dialogue Forum with Morocco:The impact of the economic crisis on children and youth who are homeless or in
sweatshops.

4º 2013/2014 DAPHNE European project Children and youth experiencing homelessness European Commission of
Justice.Technical Meeting Wolverhampton University for the launch of the European project Children and youth
experiencing homelessness. Justice of the European Commission. During two years we will make a qualitative research
and the transfer of good practice key professionals from 10 European countries. In Spain the local partner is Symmetries
project manager in collaboration with the University Castilla La Mancha and Comillas.


CREATIVE AND CULTURAL INDUSTRIES ECONOMY

Projects developed in cultural industries, creative economy and social inclusion: 2010/2012:

1ºCuenca European Capital of Culture 2016:Open the gates of cities and citizens worldwide: We work for the mobility
of
professionals and artists worldwide as a hub of creative economy capable of generating employment Cuenca and
Toledo
were based in 2010 the European Diploma of international cultural cooperation.

2ºEuropean Foundation Hicter director Marcel key in the process of international cooperation when Symmetries host
2010 Diploma in European cultural cooperation and be part of the Network Oracle with 500 operators who have been
through the European diploma q ue today manage or work in major cultural institutions in Europe

3ºFour directors of Cuenca visiting European capitals to transfer their experience and express their support for the
process of developing the draft racing 17 Spanish cities. Organization Basin Conference of European Capital of Culture
Where discussed the opportunity to present the city as European Capital of Culture Lille Guiuliani Donato, Mary Miller of
Norway, Jean Paul Gautier of France, Lala Dhelazelin Brazil, Catalonia Jordi Pardo.

4ºCuenca and Katowice: compete with their projects to be European Capital of Culture 2016 advise technical and
policy
teams of cities for presentation and defense before the European jury.

5ºPresentation at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid by the delegation of the President of the region, Mayor, council
Chairman, Councillor culture, Dean of Fine Arts and Director of the UIMP; Symmetries by its director and the director
of
Relais Culture Europe Pascal Brunet advise the technical team and city politician for presentation.

6ºInternationalization of professionals and creators from Europe, Latin America and Africa.Toledo Organization First
International Cultural Cooperation Europe, Latin America, Africa.International meeting in Toledo where 80
professionals
public cultural institutions, private and cultural industries operators worked on finding partners for the development of
cooperation projects for the coming years. Funded by AECID


7ºInterreg IVC project TOOL QUIZ:Job creation through culture:

-Interreg IVC project TOOL QUIZ seven European regions identifying good practices of 28 European cultural projects
successful with their transfer work on a pilot. W e travel, Rogaland in Norway, Lille Nord de Calais Pass to find points
of
interest on which arm the European project. Giulini Donato strategy designed to work in employment, with young
people
through their training skills and abilities, innovation in creative economy and cultural industries as a basis for the
knowledge economy.

-Start meeting project in 2010 Brussels. International Cultural Cooperation Department at the headquarters of
Tecnocite
digital sector business incubator Flemish Community. Belgium.Technical meeting at the headquarters of nursery
Tecnocite digital sector partner quiz Tool.As young people to be trained in new skills in creative economy to create
jobs.

-Simetrias organization in Spain in 2011 European Conference Young creative entrepreneurs.
Inauguration of the European Conference. Conference venue Science Museum of Castilla La Mancha in Cuenca. Ana
Navarrete Dean Faculty of Fine Arts, Egeda Manager, Director CLM Design Center. Technical working meeting between
European partners from seven regions to identify the top 28 best practices in creative economy in Europe. Presentation
by Pier Di Sacco Luggi indicators for the analysis of the 28 good practices in creative economy. Identification of good
practices Castilla La Mancha by European partners Library Program solidarity CLM Design Center, FECISO. Guided tour
of the historic center of Cuenca, their tunnels. & Museum of Abstract Art. Visit Especularis Lapiz Mine - Mora
Encantada. Guided prepared and made by María José Carlos Villar Bernárdez Researcher and Head of Equity. Council of
Cuenca.Visit Segobriga Archaeological Park. Good practice within the project JCCM Quiz Tool.

-2012 Transfer of good practice and Bussines Arts Program Wales to Spain. Tool Project Completion Quiz.
Start of the European Factory creative economy as a project to unite technology, sustainability, internationalization in
a
new model of global economy.

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