Publications

  1. The Wageningen University on behalf of Prof Dentoni (board member of MVNGO) hosted an italian researcher, Giuseppina, to write a paper about Social Entreprenurship and NGO as way to fight the crisis.
    Case Study: MVNGO.
    The research was also usefull to our greek Erasmus Placement Konstantia who is preparing a dissertation about the NGO sector.
  2. ITS Publication: Sport and Non Formal Education MVNGO is engaged in a long-standing cooperation with the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands in whose context MVNGO’s practitioners and academics from the Wageningen University with internationally recognized expertise in the field of Social Entrepreneurship cooperate in the development of thematic publications on the topics of Social Entrepreneurship and NGO work. The experienced staff of MVNGO has also contributed to the development of high-quality academic publications in the frame of Erasmus Plus KA2 strategic cooperation projects in the different fields. Particularly noteworthy in this frame is the Booklet “Our Neighbourhoods’ Heroes- Stories on Citizen Participation in Local Development in European Cities” developed in the frame of the Erasmus Plus KA2 Strategic Partnership project in the Adult field “EURBANITIES” focused on exploring and fostering citizens participation in urban development processes in Europe. The digital publication of the Booklet is available at https://eurbanities.wordpress.com/2017/09/21/our-neighborhoods-heroes-the-eurbanities-booklet/). The Booklet is an official publication released with an ISBN Code (83946832010).  As an offspring of MVNGO’s internationally recognized experience and quality in the use of Sport as a tool of education and social inclusion, as well as of its tested capacity in the coordination of European/international cooperation projects, the “Format Training Course Inclusion Through Sport Publication” was developed as a specific result of the Erasmus Plus Capacity Building Youth project “Inclusion Through Sport”, coordinated by MVNGO with a Consortium of 12 partners from 12 countries in 4 continents of the World. The publication, developed under the coordination of MVNGO, received academic backing from the University of the Philippines.