Our Projects:


EquiliTRI is a journey to discover yourself, who you are and who you can be. It is a Personal Development Method developed in over 15 years of work and testing in Asia and Europe. It has created success stories and successful project, and it is promoted by an international team across Europe and Asia. If we were to give a definition for EquiliTRI, we would say that EquiliTRI is a self-manageable Personal Development method based on the principles of balance, simplicity and flexibility.

Why EQUILITRI? Most people believe that in order to achieve success, we must follow success stories. Although that idea has merit, and on some levels can be a part of your achievements, the problem with it is that not everbody is the same. Just because one guy went from rags to riches after a life full of hard work and sorrow does not mean that his way for becoming successful will work for you. The idea behind those success stories is that there were personality traits that those people had which you might not, socio-economic context which might be different, opportunities and challenges which are always different.

One other major factor that is surely different is something that we call emotional drive. It consists of desires, motivations, personal experiences and other motivational factors. Also, Success and Happiness are two different things. While success may appear to be the same what might make one happy, will be different from what will make you happy.

The bottom line is that if any given success system is not working for you personally, you need to find your own. EquiliTri allows you to do just that. EquiliTRI is not a success recipe, it offers you a set of tools to build your own success & happiness recipe.

Most Personal Development methods leave you dependent to tools, books, courses, couches, guides that you sometimes need to purchase as well. EquiliTri is pretty much self-manageable.


It is a project on cyber hate against Roma people.The project was implemented by CADDRU in partnership with La voix des Rroms, from France and financed by Council of Europe through European Youth Foundation.
The goal of the project is to raise awareness on these phenomena and to develop abilities for 16 young people to fight actively against hate speech online. 
The motivation for choosing this subject was the fact that the Romanian online space is filled with racial comments, because it’s easy to hide your idendity on the internet.
The project had 2 main activities:
First, a training on combating hate speech online against Roma which took place in Bucharest in 25 - 27 February 2013. The aim of that was to make the bloggers involved in the project feel responsible for moderating their texts and commentaries, aswell as for the commentators to understand the importance of their opinion, and that it should be an objective on.
Second, an on-line flash-mob “Want online respect? Respect the others!”  took place on 15 March 2013 It was promoted a month before on all social media means and at the specified moment, all the online users could post a personal against hate speech in the online environment.

EVS Outreach

The EVS project took place June – October 2012 and involved 10 young peple from Estonia, Turkey, Armenia, Slovakia and Armenia, who volunteered at different children’s centers of Bucharest. They organized sports events, workshops, games and participated in different educational activities with the children. The young people developed in the means of intercultural experiences, working with disadvantaged children aswell as volunteering activities and non-formal education.
The childrens’ centers who benefited were Child protection 4, Child protection 6 and Chance for Life Foundation.
The partners of C.A.D.D.R.U.: Continuous Action NGO from Estonia, Mugla Genclik ve Spor II Mudurlugu from Turkey, Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia from Armenia, CA C.A.R.D.O. from Slovakia and European Intercultural Forum from Germany.

Volunteers across Frontiers

Volunteers across Frontiers took place 1 May – 3 June 2012 in Guangzhou, China. The aim of the project was to overcome linguistic and cultural barriers among young people using non-formal education methods. 10 EVS volunteers with fewer opportunities from Romania worked with children and youngsters ages 6 – 20 with different needs such as ADHD or intellectual disabilities. Participants promoted the values of volunteering and non-formal education aswell as grew solidarity and mutual understanding between youngsters. The volunteers and CADDRU developed a brochure with tested non-formal methods that can be used when language is a barrier.
The participants were brought together by 3 Romanian sending organisations: CADDRU Romania, OSA (Arad Students Organisation) and Chance for Life Foundation and 3 Chinese hosting organisations: Tong De House Keeping Centre, Bei Du Xing Social Centre and Yang Ai – Special Children Parent’s Club.


The project took place 26 July – 9 August 2010 in Moreni, Dâmboviţa County and gave the youth from disadvantaged enviroments the possibility and means to express their lifestyle and everyday problems on photos. The participates were 37 youngsters from Norway and Romania coming from difficult social enviroments such as Roma communities, rular areas of Romania and immigrants in Norway from Afganistan, Syria, Latvia and Iran. The participants used the method of PhotoVoice to show the problems they face in their everyday life: marginalization, decimation, social exclusion, intorelance and intolerance.

The partners of CADDRU and Antirasistick Senter were Non-governmental organization Party of Pro- Europe Roma, the representative organization of the Rrome minorities in the Romanian Parlament, National Council of Combating Discrimination and The national agency for Romes, institution in the subordination of Romanian Government. The main sponsor is Năpăriş Pension from Moroeni, county Dâmboviţa.


The project took place in 1.10.2009 – 8.10.2009 in Sarata Monteoru in Romania. The beneficiaries were 26 young people from France, Spain, Lithuania, Slovakia, Portugal, Estonia, Czech Republic, Poland, Malta, Bulgaria, Turkey and Sweden. They had discussions about problems of youth training, non-formal education, made plans about future projects and developed about 26 different ideas for future projects with partners they met in the project.


It’s a Training of Trainers’ course and a follow-up pf the project Comunic. It took place in Sarata Monteoru, Romania, 16. – 22. October 2009 and involved 24 participants from Macedonia, Turkey, Germany, Lithuania, Spain, Serbia, Romania and Malta.
The aim was to give the participants knowledge to prepare new projects under the Youth in Action programmes and give them the means to improve the quality of non-formal education. Important part of the learning process was living together with people from different cultures, with the help of that the participants could change their experiences and learn how to be a better trainer in the area of intercultural dialogue.

EU Comunic

Comunic was a project about intercultural communication that took place August 2008-March 2009 during the Year of Intercultural Dialogue (2009).  It involved 25 youngsters from 12 ethnic groups from Romania (Romanians, Rromes, Hungarians, Greeks, Szekely, Germans, Armenians, Turks, Lippovans, Hebrews, Slovaks and Bulgarians) and took place in four cities: Timisoara, Sibiu, Toplita and Bucharest.
The main goal was to develop communication abilities in an intercultural context by growing tolerance towards other ethnic groups aswell as developing fundraising and project management abilities on the topic of intercultural communication.
The budget was 13 000 euros, but it was co-financed by several partners the most important of them was Hellenic Union from Romania.


Pro-Activ took place April 2007 – April 2008 in Bucharest and was a cocktail of training activities and volunteering. The project aimed to train 10 experts in one year to increase the capacity of absorbtion of European funds in Romania. It involved twice a month training sessions, networking activities, hands-on training (direct implication in CADDRU projects), mentoring and coaching, research and developing activities.