The XUL Foundation has been the main agent boosting the Anti-Rumors Network, which arises in response to prejudices, unfounded opinions and stereotypes affecting immigrants in Andalusia, in order to identify, halt and dismantle these rumors, so that better management of intercultural coexistence is promoted.
The Xul Foundation has contributed to the launch of the Villa del Río (Córdoba) School of Citizen Participation, conceived as a space for participation, meeting, dialogue and collaborative work that involves associations, groups and citizens with the aim of learning to dialogue in a constructive, positive and bridging way.
XUL Foundation has been the partner for implementing the Innovation for Communities (SIC) Social project in Andalusia. We have boosted different social projects related to the improvement of educational success among children and youngsters and the creation of green employment for young people.
This project has ben promoted by the Association for Social Innovation in Andalusia, in which XUL Foundation takes part, with the aim of integrating social innovators from entrepreneurship, social organizations and public entities to work, share experiences and talent, and face socially innovative projects.
The XUL Foundation has boosted the Intercultural Network Project, placing special emphasis on actions to improve the capabilities for communication and collaboration between the organizations involved in the project and the rest of the Andalusian society such as trainings and meetings, both face-to-face and virtual.
Through this project, XUL Foundation wanted to contribute to the display of migrants as people integrated into society, acting as driving forces towards the defence of human rights and the fight against xenophobia, through the acquaintance of people hawking at traffic lights from a positive approach.