OUR MISSION

Our mission is to work with Cooperate bodies, and Institutions to create a just and sustainable world. We envision a world in which everyone can lead a prosperous and dignified life within the boundaries of the Earth's natural resources across boundaries with no limitations in ethnic, cultural, languages, and religion. We are dedicated to expanding the horizon of youth empowerment , diversity and equality utilizing non-formal education by means of voluntary services as a tool to global change.


OUR THEORY OF CHANGE

AAD believes that a just and sustainable world will result when the unique skills and resources of all sectors—business, civil society, and government—are aligned toward that goal.

The role of corporate bodies and institutions are to create and deliver products and services in a way that treats people fairly, meets individuals’ needs and aspirations within the boundaries of our planet, and encourages market and policy frameworks that enable a sustainable future. AAD’s role is to catalyse change within business sector, cooperate social responsibility, community developmental program by integrating sustainability into strategy and operations, and to promote collaboration among companies and their stakeholders for systemic progress toward a just and sustainable world while recognising community development and giving back the societies across our borders.


Latest News

The Withdrawal Agreement entered into force on 1 February 2020 and has legal effect under international law. The Union will fully respect its obligation in relation to this Agreement.

This applies notably to Art 138 of the Withdrawal Agreement that provides, in respect of the Union programmes and activities committed under the MFF 2014-2020 or previous financial perspectives, that applicable Union laws shall continue to apply to the United Kingdom after the 31 December 2020 until the closure of these Union programmes and activities.

On the basis of this article and other provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement, this means UK-based legal entities continue to be fully eligible to participate and receive funding under the current 2014-2020 EU programmes, including Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps, as if the UK were a member state, until the completion of these programmes.

Can UK students still undertake mobility in Erasmus+ programme countries?
UK beneficiaries can continue to take part in grants awarded under the current MFF until their end date, even if it is after 2020. Consequently UK students and other participants can continue to undertake mobility to other Erasmus+ programme countries, i.e. EU Member States, plus Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland, Turkey, North Macedonia and Serbia, until the projects finish or until the funds have been exhausted.

Can students from Erasmus+ programme countries still undertake mobility in the UK?
Yes, the conclusion of the Withdrawal Agreement means that higher education institutions and other bodies from programme countries other than the UK can continue to send their students and staff on Erasmus+ mobilities to the UK with funds from the 2019 and 2020 Calls, until the projects finish or until the funds have been exhausted.

Across Atlantic Development UK is a Eurodesk Ambassador with the main aim of spreading the word about Eurodesk UK and European mobility opportunities in our day-to-day work and activities.

Eurodesk UK is an information and support service to help young people and youth organisations find out about opportunities in Europe.

The Eurodesk UK website gives tailored information for young people aged 13-30 on the different opportunities available in Europe and an insight into what it’s like to take part in European youth projects.

The difficulties facing humanitarian actors are growing as crises become more complex and uncertainties more numerous. Adaptation to context, comprehensive and systematic understanding, critical thinking are part of the preconditions in order to develop creativity and set relevant, qualitative and accountable responses.

The difficulties facing humanitarian actors are growing as crises become more complex and uncertainties more numerous. Adaptation to context, comprehensive and systematic understanding, critical thinking are part of the preconditions in order to develop creativity and set relevant, qualitative and accountable responses.

The difficulties facing humanitarian actors are growing as crises become more complex and uncertainties more numerous. Adaptation to context, comprehensive and systematic understanding, critical thinking are part of the preconditions in order to develop creativity and set relevant, qualitative and accountable responses.

In his introductory message, UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov stressed the importance of a coordinated international response to the opioid crisis. He noted that UNODC's Strategic Response to the Opioid Crisis "provides a platform to effectively address supply and demand, improve access to controlled pain medications while preventing diversion and abuse, and reinforce early warning."


We thank all those who attended this training organized by ATDAS in partnership with Across Atlantic Development and in collaboration with Avicenna Private Business School.



Projects

During an EVS, you live between 2 and 12 months in other European countries and work in a social, cultural or ecological project. You get to know another culture and you can see the world and yourself with different eyes, learn a new language, gain practical experience in the world of work, and above all - you have fun! The EVS is funded by the EU under the Erasmus + Youth in Action program, which means that you will receive pocket money as well as free accommodation, food and travel and insurance. Especially if you just do not know what to do after school or graduation, or you want to look into a specific work area, the EVS is just right. Which degree you have does not matter.

AAD was established to makes land safe, freeing people from danger and fear. More than this, AAD’s core goal is working in some of the world’s poorest communities makes it possible for children to go to school in safety, gives better access to health services, and empowers people to make a better living and further landmine and risk education. Crucially, it enables other organisations to safely deliver humanitarian aid and development projects.

Working on strategies at creating a better future for achieving high environmental quality goals. One requirement is that the activity is environmentally positive. We introduce, educate about solar panels, solar cells and other environmental and climate solutions.

This programme aimed to address policy makers' poor understanding of the needs and views of the youths with different ethnic, religion background regarding drug issues. AAD try to explore their views and develop an understanding of how to work with young people from different background for community development.

Main Clients

Erasmus+ British Council Ecorys APBS Ethar Relief Eurad Green Pastures Africa at Heart Spectra Good Deeds Global Solenergi CMAC Universal Chaplain Corps & Rescue Mission IBA OECBTB Camintel