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Involvement in networks

The General Foundation of the Universitat de València is part of the following networks:

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Spanish Association of Foundations (AEF)

The Spanish Association of Foundations (AEF) is a private and independent foundation registered in the National Record of Associations of the Spanish Ministry of the Interior (Home Office). It has been declared of great utility and operates in all the national territory. It gathers the Spanish foundations independently of their size, aims and fields of action. It aims to develop and strengthen the whole sector.



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Federation of Former Spanish University Students’ Associations

The Federation of Former Spanish University Students’ Associations was born in order to gather this group of associations. It was established as a platform for the respectful dissemination of the independent opinions of the entities, which have already become the civil transforming actors of the university.



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Anna Lindh Foundation

It is an entity that is financed by more than 40 countries of the Mediterranean and Europe. This foundation promotes regional initiatives in Euromed and gives support to local activities organised by the civil society that improve the coexistence between people, religions and beliefs; and support human rights and democracy.

FGUV is a member of the Spanish network of the Anna Lindh Foundation, which is coordinated by the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed).



Erasmus Europe on Scene Network

Erasmus Europe on Scene Network

It is a stable network of European cities, universities, schools of drama and performing arts companies to develop and participate in the project 'Erasmus on Scene'.
A cultural and civic project directed towards both exchange and local students that started in 2009 at the University of Valencia ('Escena Erasmus'), and also an excellent method of spreading the founding values of the European Union to rural areas through a program of theatre tours and “The Little Europes” exchanges.