Freedom and Fundamental Rights

Social innovation

Rule of Law and Protection of Fundamental Rights

Social innovation

As SAFE Foundation, we are strongly committed to the design and management of Social Innovation projects that can act as a lever for the development and empowerment of local territories and the people living in them.
We work alongside numerous local authorities to create innovative and sustainable solutions designed to address the social needs of communities. Our highly customisable proposals have multiple objectives, such as promoting the harmonious development of the local socio-economic fabric (by providing educational training and giving support to young people), encouraging an ethical and supportive corporate culture, but also facilitating the integration of social and labour processes for the benefit of the most vulnerable.
In recent years, in partnership with the ‘socially oriented’ company ETHIC srl, SAFE has supported public and private entities at national level in setting up business incubators and innovation workshops aimed at youth entrepreneurship, empowering young talents, and encouraging them to take advantage of the opportunities offered by their home territory. In cooperation with schools, we have created innovative and replicable projects to combat educational poverty in high schools, and together with public bodies and other strategic players in the area, we have developed new forms of public-private community welfare.

Rule of Law and Protection of Fundamental Rights

At SAFE, we believe that only a free society can properly address the security challenges it faces, involving all social groups in a struggle for a safer tomorrow. With this in mind, SAFE combines the promotion of greater security with the protection of fundamental rights.

Some of our projects actively address these challenges, such as the EULEAD (Libya Expertise, Advisory and Deployment) project, in which Libyan social media education teaches how to protect against disinformation.

In support of SAFE’s mission to promote a freer society, we are committed to implementing social innovation and judicial cooperation projects.

Our socially oriented projects contribute to the development of useful capacities in the area where we operate, and in particular in favour of younger population groups.

Our judicial cooperation and rule of law projects foster the exchange of knowledge and networking between criminal justice professionals.

Projects

  • EUROMED JUSTICE

    Provision of training services for criminal justice practitioners withing the framework of EuroMed Justice V

    808.898 Euros
    11/2021-01/2023
    EU Member States, South Partner Countries

    EuroMed Justice is a new capacity building program that aims to create an interregional tool for cooperation in the judicial sphere. The main objective is to strengthen strategic cooperation between national judicial authorities between Southern Partner States (SPCs), between SPCs and EU member states, and collaborations with the EU judicial sector.

  • ODINO

    Officine D’INnOvazione

    550.000 Euros
    01/2020 – 09/2024
    Italy

    “Officine D’InNOvazione – ODINO” aims to support young people (16-30 years old), located in the Veneto region, during their entrance in the job market through the organization of specific training activities – both practical and theoretical – in the robotics/industrial and wine-making sectors. The leitmotif of the activities is technological innovation.

    The project activities, which began in October 2020, are taking place in Verona (robotics/industrial sector) and Soave (wine-making sector) and involve more than 20 local companies, the organization of at least 30 events and the provision of more than 1,000 hours of specialized training aimed at about 800 young people in the area.