Movisie values the international networks in which it participates. We consider it important to share knowledge and to work together at international level, since social development issues usually are not limited to a single country.
For general information on Movisie’s participation in international networks you can contact Movisie International.
Movisie participates in the following international networks:
CEV - Centre European du Volontariat/European Volunteer Centre
CEV is a European umbrella association of 43 National and Regional Volunteer Centres across Europe, that together work to support and promote voluntary activity.
Contact at Movisie: Inge van Steekelenburg
CSEP - Civil Society Empowerment Programme
The Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP) database lists organisations campaigning in some way against radicalisation and violent extremism.
Contact at Movisie: firstname.lastname@example.org
ESWRA - European Social Work Research Association
The European Social Work Research Association takes forward the development, practice and utilization of social work research, to enhance knowledge about individual and social problems, and promote just and equitable societies.
Contact at Movisie: Martijn Bool and Renske van der Zwet
Eurocarers - European association working for carers
EUROCARERS aims to advance the issue of informal care at both national and EU levels through: 1) Supporting the development of Carers organisations; 2) Providing a united voice at European level; 3) Influencing policy at national and EU levels; 4) Promoting awareness of Carers issues; 5) Dissemination of experience and good practice; 6) Developing an informed research agenda; 7) Providing information on relevant EU policy developments.
Eurocarers defines a carer as a person who provides unpaid care to someone with a chronic illness, disability or other long lasting health or care need, outside a professional or formal framework.
Contact at Movisie: Anita Peters
ICSW - International Council of Social Welfare
ICSW is a membership organization that seeks to advance social welfare, social justice and social development. ICSW gathers and distributes information to civil society organisations, governments, and intergovernmental organisations and undertakes research and organises consultations to help analyse problems and develop policies.
Contact at Movisie: Anjo Leenen
IFS - International Federation of Settlements and Neighbourhood Centres
IFS brings together local, regional, and national organisations and individual supporters to strengthen communities in our society. Membership to IFS is open to multi-purpose community based organisations that support IFS aims and constitution.
Contact at Movisie: Mellouki Cadat
ILGA - International Lesbian & Gay Association Europe
ILGA is a world-wide network of national and local groups dedicated to achieving equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people everywhere.
Contact at Movisie: Charlot Pierik
WAVE - Women Against Violence Europe
WAVE collects and disseminates data on organisations working in the field of violence against women and children and on the applicable legal provisions, prevention programmes, campaigns and international activities in this area, issues publications (newsletters, conference reports, national reports etc.), and organizes and co-ordinates events such as the WAVE Conference and Steering Group meetings. www.wave-network.org
Contact at Movisie: Hilde Bakker