SmileUrbo in Amsterdam

SmileUrbo returns to the Netherlands

Education, SmileUrbo

In April around 170 students of the Governance and Inclusive Development Studies of the University of Amsterdam will play our SmileUrbo role-playing game. The purpose of the activity is to let the students, through the simulation, learn to represent and defend a specific role within a certain conflict.

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Carteles Valor Añadido

Our posters in the classrooms of 300 Polish schools


One year after the Added value project started, we are beginning to see the first results of all our work. Thanks to the extensive network of schools connected to the organization leading the project (School with Class Foundation) 6,000 posters have been just sent to a total of 300 Polish schools.

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Mathematics with meaning


Mathematics is still considered by many students as a difficult subject that is vaguely linked to reality, although, paradoxically, many believe that maths is necessary to solve problems, especially problems of everyday life.

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Memoria corporativa 2016

We published the 2016 corporate report


The Smilemundo corporate report for 2016 is available on the Transparency Section on our website. Following the transformation process started two years earlier, we have intensified the diversification of our activity between our own projects and services that we offer to third parties.

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Project “A model for more”


The “Model for more” project is implemented by the Center for Citizens’ Initiatives in partnership with Witkac Sp. z o. o., the local government of the Pomeranian Voivodeship and the association Asociacion Smilemundo from Barcelona (foreign partner). The project is implemented under the Operational Program Knowledge Education Development 2014-2020 co-financed from the European Social Fund.

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Economia social i solidària

New projects on social and solidarity economy

Smilemundo, Social economy

We have started a process of transnational cooperation with the Citizens’ Initiatives Center in Słupsk to explore and transfer good practices on social economy from Barcelona to this municipality in northern Poland. Within this collaboration framework, we plan to develop several projects.

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