The implementation of European projects, with or without the
participation of national authorities, is a key sector of the Centre’s
operation, since it is the main source of financial funding during the last
years. Moreover, European projects provide the Centre with the
opportunities of updating its scientific work, exchanging expertise and educational activities, as well as offering certified qualitative services.
This year (2014) we participate in the Transnational Research Project: «Reviewing social auditing practices to combat exploitative brokering in Southern Europe», implemented in several European countries with the overall coordination of the University of Coimbra (Portugal), and the coordination of the Institute for the Child’s Health in the national level. For additional information please check the following source: