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July

Vienna, Austria

30th July- 6th August

Two Thousand & Green

This youth exchange plans to increase the interest of young people in living sustainable. In the same time, it promotes living an ethical life by raising awareness about the positive impact of sustainability.

Learning about sustainability with a focus on:

 1) Environmental sustainability & recycling economy 

2) Sustainable fashion 

3) Sustainable food & food waste

-Sharing experiences and good practices of sustainability and green economic policies  and initiatives

-Analyzing each partner’s country experiences in sustainability problems faced and solutions founded, laws and regulations imposed by Governments, initiatives and future  views on sustainability.

-Fostering collaboration at European level, within Erasmus+ framework, between NGOs active in promoting the importance of sustainability.

Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

30th July- 8th August

Job R-Evolve (2nd stage)

‘Job R-Evolve’ is a two-part training course on employability and entrepreneurship for youth workers and youth leaders.

The title “Job R-Evolve” is a symbolic play of words – ”revolve” and ”evolve” with an emphasis on a positive transformation and growth.

This stage of the project will approach the entrepreneurship field from a practice-based perspective. In this way, the participants will be involved in a set of empirical entrepreneurial activities. The training will provide the methods for inspiring the potential entrepreneurs, encouraging them to set up new enterprises and be capable and eager entrepreneurs.

-to promote and develop innovative ideas and share good practices among project partners, 

-to gain experience and apply entrepreneurship through workshops and meetings with successful entrepreneurs, 

-to understand the changing and dynamic nature of entrepreneurship and initiatives,

-to promote practical methods in approaching entrepreneurial education in youth field, 

-to empower youth workers who will empower job seekers to become self-employed, 

-to develop creativity and entrepreneurial spirit amongst project participants,

-to develop new contacts with organisations from EU countries in order to create stronger partnerships for future projects.

August

Bakuriani, Georgia

29th August – 7th September

Postcards from Europe: Visual Arts in rural areas

This training course aims to use participatory photography as a tool for engagement, advocacy, skill building and social innovation in rural areas. We are gathering 30 youth workers and young leaders who are working directly with deprived communities to teach them new digital skills in the form of
photography and how to apply this method in their local community.

Learning about visual arts with a focus on:

 1) Photography

2) Various tools for inclusion for rural communities 

3) Developing further collaboration between NGOs.

 

– to provide participants with knowledge about participatory photography methods and the benefits of promoting the concept as way for enhancing young people’s involvement, especially in the deprived communities;

– to enhance participants ICT skills and encourage them to use open source technologies in their work;

– to raise the professional capacities of NGO workers and young leaders working in deprived areas, equipping them with skills and knowledge on mapping the community needs and designing projects that are in accordance with their beneficiaries’ expectations.

 

September

Agros, Cyprus

19-29th
September

Europe, a cultural mosaic (2)

“Europe, a cultural mosaic” is a multi-stage youth exchange which will take place in Cyprus. It will gather together youngsters from no less than 7 different countries: Denmark, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Estonia, Romania and Poland.

The main goal of this youth exchange is to deliver a better understanding of European values and identity to the youngsters, fostering cooperation within a multicultural background.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the whole project’s general objectives are:

– to improve foreign language competences;

– to promote participation in democratic life in Europe and partner countries, in the labour market, active citizenship, inter-cultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity;

– to increase motivation for taking part in non-formal education;

– to foster social inclusion and the active participation of young people in society;

– to promote European citizenship’s values;

– to foster quality improvements in youth field;

-to enhance further cooperation;

– to promote mobility and capacity building.

November

Torremolinos, Spain

7-13th
November

EUnique

This training course will use non formal learning methodology including methods such as: ice breakers, energizers, name games, reflection groups, working into intercultural subgroups, facilitated discussion, creative presentations, simulation, case study, and debates. The project will involve 14 participants, 2 for each of the Partner Countries and 4 for Spain between 18-35 years old. The project is implemented by 6 organisations and financed by the European Commission through Erasmus+ programme.

The aim of this training course is to raise awareness about the interculutral challenges that our society faces nowadays. Also, it’s intended to equip the participants with new skills in terms of interpersonal communication and networking.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the whole project’s general objectives are:

– to improve foreign language competences;

– to promote participation in democratic life in Europe and partner countries, in the labour market, active citizenship, inter-cultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity;

– to increase motivation for taking part in non-formal education;

– to foster social inclusion and the active participation of young people in society;

– to promote European citizenship’s values;

– to foster quality improvements in youth field;

– to enhance further cooperation;

– to promote mobility and capacity building.

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