We work for Human Rights and Peace-building Education

In Helsinki España we are convinced that a life without wars constitutes a premise and a requirement for the effective realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

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Youth for Youth

Help us spreading Human Rights

If you are a university student and you want to become a Human Rights Educator, participate in our project “Youth for Youth: educating in human rights and sustainable development goals”. You will receive free training and you will go to schools in your city to make children and young people aware of values.

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Number of people trained

University students trained in Human Rights

Children aware of Human Rights

Teachers trained in “Gender Equality and Human Rights”

Civilians trained to work in Peace Missions

“I don’t know who has discovered more, if they by listening to us or we reflecting with them…The best way to change the world is to sow in them the seed that made me want to change it.”
Mariano, Youth to Youth volunteer.

“After my REACT experience I have worked for UNDP in Cabo Verde, GVC Tunisie in Tunisia, the Spanish Red Cross and even started my own project, Tejidos, aimed at the prevention of violent extremism, which led me to the African Union to represent Spain in 2019.”

Katima del Mar, REACT 2016.

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REACT XXV Edition

REACT XXV Edition

REACT has the objective to give participants the knowledge and the necessary skills to be able to comprehend and analyse the principal threats to peace, international security, the contexts in where armed conflicts emerged, the...

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