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May

Torremolinos, Spain

5-12th May

Way to go, E-commerce!

Consumer shopping habits have changed drastically over the last few years thanks to the explosion of e-commerce and now consumers can shop from anywhere and at any time. They no longer have to wait until store hours to make a purchase. E-commerce has brought the shopping experience to their fingertips via computers and mobile devices, completely changing the way consumers shop.

The training course “Way to go, E-commerce!” project will provide youth workers with more specialized knowledge on e-commerce tools applied to youth entrepreneurship.

The main goal of this training course is to present new setting of skill beneficial for youth digital skills development and entrepreneurship.

Young people without ICT competences cannot exploit the potential offered by e-commerce and all this is also certified by studies of EU commission which highlights how although 9 in 10 jobs in the future will demand digital skills, 44% of Europeans are still lacking even basic digital skills. Consequently, interfacing e-commerce with youth entrepreneurship presents a critical opportunity to foster growth and jobs as well as to reduce the digital skills shortage.

– To raise awareness and understanding of digital development
– To equip youngsters with knowledge and overview on entrepreneurship in the virtual world
– To promote  and present methods of creating modern, up to date campaigns for reaching the potential audience. 

July

Galten, Denmark

5th – 14th July

EUROvalues of mINorities

This project is intended to bring more awareness about minority groups
and the issues they are facing. Furthermore, this exchange aims
to include minorities and the differences of cultures in the local
societies and provide a better and healthier understanding of
versatile lifestyles.

• Stimulate young people to work on their personal development; 

• Support young people to find their role in society, receive their tools and a clear understanding of their opportunities; 

• Encourage young people to take actions and decisions in their lives and for their future; 

• Promote the active participation of young people, helping young people to become agents of positive change in their society and in Europe; 

• Develop a better understanding of the concepts of society, citizenship and participation;

• Increase the visibility of young people on European Union programs and other international opportunities. 

– To make youths more culturally competent and understand the diversity across EU
– Have a better understanding of what it means to be a minority with the help of real life personal stories and role-playing activities;
– Build up empathy and trust among young people of minorities in their respective local community
– Highlighting the connection between European citizenship, human rights, democracy and intercultural learning, together with the underlying values.

Galten, Denmark

15th – 21st July

Employ yourself!

Employ yourself is a training course gathering 16 youth workers from Spain, Italy, Romania and Denmark.

This project is intended to deliver a better understanding of what it means to become an entrepreneur, together with the necessary skills to achieve it.

• Stimulate young people to work on their personal development; 

• Support young people to find their role in society, receive their tools and a clear understanding of their opportunities; 

• Encourage young people to take actions and decisions in their lives and for their future; 

• Promote the active participation of young people, helping young people to become agents of positive change in their society and in Europe; 

• Develop a better understanding of the concepts of society, citizenship and participation;

• Increase the visibility of young people on European Union programs and other international opportunities. 

– Provide youth workers with new tools and knowledge on e-commerce tools and technologies applied to youth entrepreneurship; 

– To inspire youth with fewer opportunities to start an entrepreneurial career and accelerate further their development of basic digital skills; 

– To enhance mutual learning and share of good practices in the field of entrepreneurship; 

– To compose a set of learning materials as open educational resources (OER).

Galten, Denmark

22nd – 1st August

EUnited

Eunited is a youth exchange, gathering 42 youngsters from Denmark, Poland, Estonia, Greece, Romania, Lithuania and Cyprus. 

It is intended to deliver a better understanding of the EU values together with active citizenship and intercultural dialogue. 

• Stimulate young people to work on their personal development; 

• Support young people to find their role in society, receive their tools and a clear understanding of their opportunities; 

• Encourage young people to take actions and decisions in their lives and for their future; 

• Promote the active participation of young people, helping young people to become agents of positive change in their society and in Europe; 

• Develop a better understanding of the concepts of society, citizenship and participation;

• Increase the visibility of young people on European Union programs and other international opportunities. 

– Foster solidarity and tolerance, respect and mutual understanding, dialogue and cooperation between young people coming from different religious, cultural and social backgrounds.

– Prevent the negative impact of discriminatory action, fighting against exclusion and marginalization of young people with fewer opportunities. 

– Encourage young people to participate in the solutions for social hindrance, thus stimulating their prospective role as active citizens. 

– Highlighting the connection between European citizenship, human rights, democracy and intercultural learning, together with the underlying values.

August

Bedsted Thy, Denmark

16th – 24th August

Think smart, think green

Think smart, think green is a youth exchange, gathering 38 youngsters from Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Greece and Denmark.

It is intended to deliver a better understanding of the EU values together with active citizenship and intercultural dialogue. 

• Stimulate young people to work on their personal development; 

• Support young people to find their role in society, receive their tools and a clear understanding of their opportunities; 

• Encourage young people to take actions and decisions in their lives and for their future; 

• Promote the active participation of young people, helping young people to become agents of positive change in their society and in Europe; 

• Develop a better understanding of the concepts of society, citizenship and participation;

• Increase the visibility of young people on European Union programs and other international opportunities. 

– To raise participants’ understanding and knowledge on the concept of sustainable development and its environmental, economic, social and cultural dimensions; 

– To facilitate the process of exchanging personal experiences through peer to peer learning and country realities on sustainable development among young people; 

– To empower young people to participate actively in civil society to foster sustainable development; 

– To encourage participants to live sustainable in their everyday life through critically reflecting on their daily choices and consumption habits.

Contact

For any further information feel free to send us an email. Our team is here to help!

contact@danishyouthteam.com

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