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May

Ureki, Georgia

 

1st – 10th
May

Dance it out!

Using a personal development approach, body movements and dance as teaching tools, we will provide you with the context where you can connect with yourself, connect with others, and have a healthier approach to life. During this 10-days youth exchange you will learn, play and experiment by moving on your own or together in multicultural group of 40 young people from 8 countries: UK, Denmark, Czech Republic, Italy, Georgia, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Algeria. 
With this project we want to raise awareness about the importance of having a healthy life using dance and body movements as tools. In the same time we aim to promote tolerance, diversity and inclusion among youngsters from across Europe and beyond.
  Using non formal education methods we plan to:

• empower participants to actively work with specific target group of young people;
• increase participants understanding of other cultures and countries;
• to gain knowledge about the possibilities of Erasmus+ programme and skills how to use this program in order to involve young people to be more active in the society.
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Yerevan, Armenia

5-13rd
May

Promoting Diversity and Inclusive Youth Work Practices (2)

The Long Term Training Course “Promoting Diversity and Inclusive Youth Work Practices” is intended for youth workers, youth trainers and facilitators who are ready to work on the topics of diversity, inclusion and anti-discrimination in order to activate the potential of diversity in trainings and work with young people both at National and the European levels.

– To empower 30 youth workers, trainers and educators to develop diversity orientation in their work with young people and build their competence in diversity management;
– To support youth workers in incorporation of diversity into their working environment, thus, making their work more inclusive and effective;
– To promote diversity-oriented attitudes and awareness within the European programs in the fields of Education, Training and Youth;
– To introduce key theoretical aspects, the glossary as well as the practical tools, methods and instruments to the youth workers who seek to implement the concept of diversity in their work;
– To discuss how the European Youth Work can reinforce equality and ensure that diverse groups of people get equal treatment during trainings, seminars as well as other formal and non-formal educational settings;
– To strengthen cooperation between 14 organizations based in the EU and non-EU countries in order to exchange methods and develop new projects on diversity and inclusion within the Erasmus+ programme.

Introductory Training Course in Armenia aims:

– To empower 30 youth workers, trainers and educators to develop diversity orientation in their work with young people and build the their competence in diversity management;
– To support youth workers in incorporation of diversity into their working environment, thus, making their work more successful and inclusive;
– To promote diversity-oriented attitudes and awareness within the European programs in the fields of Education, Training and Youth;
– To introduce key theoretical aspects, the glossary as well as the practical tools, methods and instruments to the youth workers who seek to implement the concept of diversity in their work;
– To develop training and educational activities and tools on diversity and try them out in the group of participants in order to use the tools during the Local Activities back home;

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Agros, Cyprus

12-19th 
May

Educate Youth to Bridge Conflicts and Build Peace”

The training course (TC) “Educate Youth to Bridge Conflicts and Build Peace” will take place in Agros, Cyprus. It is dedicated to the promotion of non-violent actions, the development of peace initiatives and facilitating network of youth workers and youth leaders. The project will gather 36 young people from several Western, Eastern European, Euro-Mediterranean and Caucasus countries.

The TC will cover different types of conflicts and in different settings and consequently ways of transforming conflicts by non-violent actions. Crucial attention will be placed on fostering a constructive debate on recent conflicts in Europe and cooperation in the youth field. This will be done by promoting non-violent approaches leading to actions on peace-building and promotion of Human Rights. Moreover, young leaders will discuss the significant role of youth participation in grass-root peace-building initiatives.

– to increase awareness of youth leaders of conflict management and resolution through an intercultural dialogue and in cooperation by bringing together youth from different countries;

– to prevent intercultural conflicts that are based on stereotypes, through the creation of an atmosphere of mutual understanding and cooperation between these youth leaders from different cultures.

In the course (with plenary sessions, discussions, workshops, creativity sessions, intercultural & interactive exercises and using other non-formal education methods) youth leaders will discuss the significant role of youth participation in different peace building activities, and will explain their own role in a wider society.

The project is inspired by the needs of protection and promotion of human rights, intercultural dialogue and democracy, and particularly those related to youth policy in Europe and to the reaffirming young people’s role as active citizens and protagonists of social change.

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July

Aalborg, Denmark

4-13th July

Europe, a cultural mosaic (1)

“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.

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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.

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