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Training Course: Welcome Refugees. Plus 1 aid

Dates: 10 – 17 April 2018

Venue: Batumi, Adjara, Georgia

Eligible are 3 participant coming from: Greece

and Involves 23 participants coming from: Georgia, Germany, Italy, Greece, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine

Application deadline: 21st January 2018

The main aim of the project is to bring a positive change and support the implementation of the European policy agenda for the growth, peace building, integration and social inclusion via non-formal education.

Description

Erasmus+ TC “PLUS1Aid- Refugees Welcome”– aims to rise up personal and professional skills of the trainers and youth workers. Prepare and motivate them regarding the migration related topics. Process will support them to successfully include and cover the integration related topics among their target groups.

Furthermore it`ll empower them to be actively involved in this process and stimulate the idea of the integration among the youth. According to the project aim and objectives, there will not be an age limit for whole cycle of the project.

The main aim of the project is to bring a positive change and support the implementation of the European policy agenda for the growth, peace building, integration and social inclusion via non-formal education.

The project content is building a strong logical chain to rise up the awareness about the refugees and an importance of the integration process for modern society based on the philosophy of the Erasmus+ program “Building on the past experience, looking towards future”.

Overall objectives are following:

• Create a network of the organizations working in this field
• Explore migration policy of EU and enroll civic society in the process
• Rise up an awareness about the migration among the youth workers and NGO workers
• Stimulate the idea of social integration and peace building in Europe
• Share the best practice connected with the management of migration among the Youth NGOs and youth workers
• Encourage young people to be actively involved in social life
• Motivate the youngsters to be an active European citizen in general
• Promote non- formal learning and present it as a tool for the participation and development
• Promote inter-cultural exchanges, tolerance, outdoor activities and the solidarity in general
• Spread the information about the Erasmus+ stimulate future cooperation

Participant profile:

The participants of the training course “PLUS1Aid- Refugees Welcome” will be the youth-workers, trainers and representatives of NGO sector who are looking for the opportunities to improve their knowledge about the migration related issues and explore advantage of non – formal education.

Also, the decision makers (from governmental sectors) will participate in the project who can significantly contribute to the network. All project participants will have a personal experience linked to the migration process, especially active youth workers, who work for concrete target group and the youth with fewer opportunities (migrants, refuges educational, economic, social, geographical point of view).

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation.

Transport: 100% covered by the Erasmus + program, within following limits:

Greece: 275 Euro/participant. Participants who will exceed this travel cost, will be charged the additional cost

Participation fee 40 euro per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

Application

 

Organizer:

Student-Youth Council – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 6937185827

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

Profile of participants: Motivated young people holders of EU passport, residing in Greece.

Age bracket: 18+ years old

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Study Visit: Integration of young refugees in youth work

Dates: 18-21 April 2018

Venue: Sweden

Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Norway, Sweden

Application deadline: 28th January 2018

The study visit wants to inspire youth workers working or motivated to work with young refugees, newly arrived young migrants and asylum seekers. Visits to Swedish good practices, sharing of experiences and ideas for project development on a local level.

Description

Youth work organisations can be one of the important actors in the integration of young refugees. They offer opportunities for the young refugee to learn new competences, gaining self-confidence and a feeling of belonging in this new country.

At the same time they can support awareness raising about refugees by working on connecting local communities with young refugees and as such strengthen acceptance and decrease xenophobia of the local communities towards ‘the unknown refugees’.

There are many initiatives going on to integrate young refugees. The challenge for youth work organisations is to not re-invent wheels, but connect successful initiatives and share and learn from each other.

This study visit is organised by four National Agencies: NA Belgium-FL (coordinating NA), NA Sweden (host), NA Belgium-FR and NA Norway. It wants to offer a space to 25 youth workers from the 3 involved countries to exchange good practices on a local level, learn from identified successful projects and each others experiences and bring back inspiration and new ideas for successful local projects back home that will benefit the integration of refugees.

Aim and Objectives:
This study visit aims at empowering and inspiring youth workers and others working or motivated to work directly with young refugees, newly arrived young migrants and/or asylum seekers to get them integrated in the local communities by sharing good practices and inspiration for new ideas and formulating concrete steps.

The objectives are:
– To reflect on the own local reality of integrating young refugees into local communities and identifying needs, challenges and good practices for working with young refugees.
– To exchange good practices (projects, methods, activities) of youth work in how to integrate young refugees into local communities
– To explore local good practices of Swedish youth organisations in how to integrate young refugees into local communities
– To get inspired and create own ideas for the integration of refugees within the own local youth work context and to formulate concrete next steps.
– To explore how Erasmus+ can be used as a tool for the integration of refugees.

The study visit fits into a pathway with different phases, set up by each involved NA:
1) National preparation meeting in January or February 2018 where the participants will get to know each other on local level and will be informed on the opportunities offered by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme and the European Solidarity Corps and on the support offered by the NA.
2) Study visit to Sweden in April 2018
3) Follow-up phase on national level by the NA: support in project development, offer other (international) training opportunities,

This pathway allows the study visit to fully focus on sharing concrete good practices, getting inspiration and creating new ideas on how your youth work can contribute concretely to the development and integration of refugees. The study visit will not be directly focused on writing new project proposals, but will allow partner finding and developing first project ideas.

Profile of the participants:

If you are a..
– A youth worker, social worker or experience expert connected to a youth organisation, youth care institution, … working with or motivated to work directly with young refugees, newly arrived young migrants and/or asylum seekers
– Willing to share your challenges and good practices with other organisations.
– Motivated and able to implement new (international) projects in your local organisation for the integration of young refugees
– Experience with the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme is not required.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO involved in this project – except a participation fee which varies from call to call and country to country.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Application

 

Organizer:

NA Belgium-FL – National Agency

Phone: +32 2 209 07 20

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Inez Adriaensen

E-Mail: inez.adriaensen@jint.be

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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Training Course: Train Europe

Dates: 3-9 February 2018

Venue: Austrian Alps, Trofaiach, Austria

Eligible are 3 participants coming from: Greece

and Involves 27 participants coming from: Portugal, France, Austria, Greece, Poland, Bulgaria, FYROM, Slovenia, Romania, Spain

Application deadline: 8th January 2018

This project is designed as a training course for youth workers, youth leaders and young activists to improve their work when educating young people on cultural diversity, participation and active citizenship having the European dimension and the European union as the peace project in the focus.

Description

We strongly believe that people need to know the facts about immigration in order to have a clear picture regarding to the current immigration situation, understand the reality of the
immigrants, explore the truth behind political communication, discover the human behind the crisis and explore the possibilities for giving support and cooperate together for the peace of Europe and for the peace of people who survived wars.

Fear is a power, nevertheless Love is a power, and we would like to give the chance to choose between them based on information and campaigning offline and online against xenophobia and racisms towards immigrants/refugees/human beings.

The needs, fears we would like to reflect to in our project:

  • Biggest immigration pressure on Europe in modern times;
  • No exact and general solution plans from EU countries, since the phenomenon is very
    quickly escalating. It even causes tension between the EU countries;
  • Growing fears of local population, even encouraged by political forces;
  • Growing racism and radicalisation;

We selected these topics, because our main idea was that we have to reflect on what is happening at the moment, since we cannot avoid being involved in these happenings, because of our previous work, our values and principles. We have the potential background to contribute to the solution on our level.

The overall aim of the training course is to fight against xenophobia and arising racism towards immigrants, to change the negative feelings regarding to migration into positive approach based on understanding of the backgrounds of immigrants and the political and cultural based roots of fears and ignorance of the societies. To train youth workers, youth leaders how to invent offline and online campaigns with, for and by young people in order to support the integration of young people with immigrants’ background and fight for humanity and European values.

Learning objectives of the mobility project:

  • To raise awareness on the reasons of ignoring, generating fears from immigrants, and
    becoming racists connected to immigration in the EU;
  • To gain experiences on developing and improving methods, tools and techniques in
    order to discover and accept cultural and religious diversity;
  • To clarify and define the meaning of stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination based
    on human rights education related with migration;
  • To identify and define the roots and origins of xenophobia and racism;
  • To develop critical way of thinking;

The methodology of the mobility project:

  • The project is based on the methodology of non – formal education; it will be voluntary
    based and learner – centred.
  • Experienced international trainers’ team will conduct all methods based on the needs and expectations of the partner organisations and the participants. In the
    preparation phase local research in the participated countries will be run about the reasons of ignoring, generating fears from immigrants, and becoming racists connected to immigration.
  • The results will support youth workers, teachers and young people to understand their feelings and reactions and where these perceptions come from. This understanding can help to fight against xenophobia and racism and can be used as a fundamental base of campaigns.

  • Campaign booklet against xenophobia and racism, including correct information about the reasons of immigration, the immigrating groups and their cultural and religious backgrounds: during the project local campaigns will be run by young people with the support of youth workers, teachers, social workers, psychologist, etc. These campaigns will happen in online and offline forms and addressing all parts of societies in order to spread the true facts from immigrants instead of lies and find more humanitarian aids for people in need.

Profile of participants:

  • youth worker; – involved in activities with vulnerable groups;
  • interested about the topic;
  • availability to attend full training;
  • English speaker;
  • committed to use the knowledge they gain in their future activity and multiply the results of the training.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation.

Transport: 100% covered by the Erasmus + program, within following limits:

Greece: 275 Euro/participant. Participants who will exceed this travel cost, will be charged the additional cost

Participation fee 50 euro*  per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

*20+30 euro for both hosting & sending organisation

Application

 

Organizer:

YiA 18, in partnership with VEREIN – InterAktion, NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 6937185827

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

Profile of participants: Motivated young people holders of EU passport, residing in Greece.

Age bracket: 18+ years old

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Training Course: The Power of Non Formal Education 2018

Dates: 7-13 March 2018

Venue: Portugal

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline: 21st January 2018

Improving the impact of Non Formal Education (NFE), principles and methods in creating empowerment opportunities for young people as real actors of the society (from local to Europe).

Description

Why this Training Course?

– To stimulate the participants to feel and reflect about the power of non-formal education (NFE) by experimenting different kind of non-formal educational methods.
– To analyze the role and reception of NFE in our different countries within a common Europe.

– To discover and debate the European strategy of NFE.
– To fight against the growing consuming approaches towards young people in the non-formal education field.
– To explore meanings, roles and complementarities of different educational approaches and methods (formal, non-formal, informal).
– To reconsider daily youth work practices.
– To understand the principles of program building and NFE within Erasmus + Youth in Action.

How it will be done?

In order to have real impacts, the participants experience an innovative approach, using a full immersion in the experiential learning cycle: doing/ feeling, reflecting, transferring…

To have profound impact, we need to go further than classical running of training courses. The participants are encouraged to really build their own training and learning process, supported by a fine tuned pedagogical programme. We consider that this is the condition to understand the real power of NFE.

The pedagogical process

A fundamental flow during the training is based upon:
– Experiencing: different educational settings, different non formal education methods (role play, simulation exercise…)
– Reflecting: on the methods and its impacts, on the power and limits of NFE, on building a pedagogical process…
– Transferring: to the own reality of participants, in order to improve ways of working with young people

– Sharing: different perceptions, current situations and experiences.
– Developing: the building capacity of the participants, by including them in the decision process of the project designing (participants will decide some sessions they feel they need to have) but also in the implementation of the program (‘Power to the People’ moments).

Participants should be at least 18 years old and should have a good level of English.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO involved in this project – except a participation fee which varies from call to call and country to country.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

If you come from a country other than Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme Countries, please contact the host Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA for further information about the financial details.

Info for sending NA´s: TCA 2017 budget

Application

 

Organizer:

Portuguese National Agency for Erasmus + Youth in Action

Co-organizers:

Spanish National Agency for Erasmus + Youth in Action

Belgium – FR National Agency for Erasmus + Youth in Action

Phone: +351253204260

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack NFE.pdf

Contact for questions:

Carla Marques

E-Mail: carla.marques@juventude.pt

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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Training Course: EuroPeer Training Course

Dates: 2-7 March 2018

Venue: Youth centre Marttinen in Virrat, Finland

Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Western Balkan countries

Application deadline: 22nd January 2018

A training course for young people who have taken part in Erasmus+ Youth in Action projects. The training prepares participants to share their experiences and inspire other youngsters to get involved in European international mobility programmes.

Description

Who are the EuroPeers?

EuroPeers are young people who have taken part in Erasmus+ Youth in Action projects, i.e. European Voluntary Service (EVS), youth exchanges, youth initiatives, or meetings between young people and decision-makers.

EuroPeers volunteer as spokespersons for international experiences: they share their experiences and inform other young people (their peers) about mobility and youth participation opportunities in Europe.

Being a EuroPeer is not a paid job, but it allows you to gain new skills and competences, stay connected with the EU programmes, and build national and international networks.

What is the EuroPeer training course?

The EuroPeer training course is an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills you will need as an active EuroPeer. The training course includes workshops on:

• what it means to be a EuroPeer
• basic information about international mobility opportunities in Europe
• presentation techniques
• how to make use and develop your own talent in EuroPeer activities
• how to plan, prepare and carry out EuroPeer events and activities

The training course starts on the 2nd of March (arrival day) and finished on the 7th of March (departure day). You will also have time to develop your first own EuroPeer activity.

Participating in this training is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme, meaning that it is free of charge for you. At the end of the training you will receive a Youthpass certificate.

Who can participate?

You can participate in this training course if
• you have taken part in an Erasmus+ Youth in Action project
• you are committed to volunteer as a EuroPeer after the training course
• you feel confident to share your own story & experiences to encourage others
• you are committed to attend the full duration of the training
• you are at least 18 years old
• your English skills allow you to actively participate in a training held in English

How to apply?

To apply, fill in the application form by clicking on “Apply now” on the top of this page. If you are applying for the first time, you need to register before you can start filling in the form.

The venue

The EuroPeer training course is organised in the youth centre Marttinen in the municipality of Virrat. Marttinen is located in Finnish countryside, far away from urban rush. The venue offers a great opportunity to try the Finnish sauna and get to know the country’s history and traditions. The arrival and departure point of this training course is the city of Tampere (1,5 hours from Helsinki).

Travel costs

Your travel costs are covered by the Erasmus+ Youth National Agency / SALTO Resource Centre of your own country. For any questions regarding the participant selection or travel cost reimbursement practices, please contact your own National Agency or SALTO Resource Centre.

More about the EuroPeers

The concept of EuroPeers was founded by the German National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. Over the years, the activities have spread to other countries, and today the EuroPeers form an international network global-minded young people.

Information about both the EuroPeers and previous events organised by EuroPeers can be found on this hyperlink.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs or SALTO South East Europe RC involved in this project – except a participation fee which varies from call to call and country to country.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Application

 

Organizer:

EDUFI – National Agency

Phone: +358 (0)295 338 505

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Hilma Ruokolainen

E-Mail: hilma.ruokolainen@oph.fi

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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Training Course Common Ground: Training in Socially Engaged Art Tools

Dates: 31 January 2018 – 4 February 2019

Venue: Cork, Ireland

Eligible are 20 participants coming from: Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Portugal, Serbia

Application deadline: 30th December 2017

Common Ground, a training in socially engaged art tools is a 1-year long part-time programme comprising 3 residential and an online stage taking place in Budapest, Hungary, and Cork, Ireland, from February 2018 to February 2019

Description

Common Ground: Training in Socially Engaged Art Tools

Common Ground, a training in socially engaged art tools is a 1-year long part-time programme comprising 3 residential and an online stage taking place in Budapest, Hungary, and Cork, Ireland, from February 2018 to February 2019 initiated by the Firestarter Network and developed by Makeshift Ensemble (IRL), Artemisszió Alapítvány (HUN) and Postmodernsquare (FIN).

Common Ground is a training and research project focussing on approaches to working and engaging meaningfully with local communities of place within the internationalised, migratory professional practices of both international youth work and the arts.

The project will “twin” two multi-cultural, inner city streets and communities in Cork and Budapest that will serve as the location as well as the subject of the training allowing to explore, through artistic tools, the questions: Who are your neighbours? Whose street is this anyway? How can you leave again?

Bringing together participants from different backgrounds, the aim is to develop strategies and explore methodologies within the broader frame of socially engaged art with a specific focus on ‘parachute strategies’ to engage with local communities. By ‘parachute strategies’ we mean methods and practices that do not require long-term engagement with communities but work on the basis of interventions, one off events or remote practices that nonetheless provide meaningful connections and a real exchange.

This training will join trainers and participants coming from different backgrounds to allow Common Ground to act as a platform for peer-learning, sharing of international practice and collaboration which will have multiple outcomes in methodology, projects and the professional development of the participants.

What to Expect?

The aim is to equip the participants with a broad understanding of tools and practices, develop their skills and awareness and allow them to learn by doing while also providing support, mentorship as well as skills-based workshops. Having the experience of working in two different countries on similar streets will also give the participants the opportunity to understand the international dimension of working locally.

We firmly believe in peer learning and the power of joint thinking across sectors and disciplines. The participants will be invited to contribute their knowledge and expertise as well as receiving inputs from trainers, peers and invited guests. It is this learning and the questions raised, as well as the methods developed, that will form the backbone of the second half of the project and will culminate in the international seminar in Cork entitled

How to finish? focussing on dissemination and knowledge sharing practices within the context of short-term international projects with young people taking place within local communities. The results of the activities will be the learning of the participants, development of new methods and potential projects on a local and European level, a book documenting the project and its outcomes, as well as public presentations, both in Cork and Budapest.

The training will have 4 segments:

1. Common Ground: Cork 30th Jan – 4th Feb 2018 a 4-day study visit in the context of the Quarter Block Party festival in Cork, Ireland, focussing on performative strategies and anthropological approach to public space.
2. An online part-time training conducted via www.artescommunity.eu, a web-portal for community and social engaged arts projects in Europe that will take place in April/May 2018.
3. Common Ground: Budapest in August (exact dates tbc) an 8-day residential training in Budapest, Hungary taking place at Aurora and other locations along Nepszinhaz utca in Budapest. This training will have a specific focus on exploring video methods.
4. Common Ground: How to finish? 1st Feb – 5th Feb 2019 a return to disseminating the results and learning of the project in the form of presentations, performances and talks in collaboration with Quarter Block Party festival. This will also include the launch of the book.
Full participation in the four elements of Common Ground is mandatory!

Who should Apply?

This training is aimed specifically for participants resident in Hungary, Ireland, Serbia, Finland, Greece and Portugal who work with young people under 30 and have a background in either socially engaged art, public art, urban design intervention, documentary film, participatory arts and/or social work, youth work, community organising, activism or cultural anthropology, and already have some professional experience in their fields and a genuine interest and openness to explore the intersection of art and the social in a cross-disciplinary environment.

What will it cost?

Successful applicants will be required to pay a €30 / training participation fee.
Travel, accommodation and meals during the training will be provided. Please note that we will only be able to reimburse travel up to a certain limit defined per country by the European Commission.

The travel band applicable to your country will be provided. This limit will be communicated to successful applicants, if you require more information at this point do not hesitate to get in touch. Common Ground is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ programme.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Accommodation and food will be covered by the project.

Travel will be reimbursed according to the travel allocation by the Commission, see below.

Maximum limits of travel reimbursement:

Hungary, Serbia, Portugal to Ireland €275
Greece to Ireland €530
Finland to Ireland €360

Finland, Greece, Ireland to Hungary €275
Portugal to Hungary €360
Serbia to Hungary €180

There is a participation fee of €30/training activity for the selected participants.

Application

 

Organizer:

Makeshift Ensemble – NGO

Phone: 00353851386734

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack Common Ground.pdf

Contact for questions:

Eszter Nemethi

E-Mail: eszter@makeshiftensemble.com

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International seminar: Cross over

Dates: 12-16 February 2018

Venue: Elektrenai distr, Training centre “Daugirdiskes” , Lithuania

Eligible are 35 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline: 10th January 2018

This is invitation to international phase of project “Cross over” aiming at increasing understanding of “Erasmus+” Key Action 2 youth part.

Description

Aim of the international seminar: to improve the quality of Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships projects.

Objectives:
• To increase in depth understanding of ERASMUS+ KA2 among potential beneficiaries;
• To provide a space for further development of project ideas with partners and for feedback from and consultations with NAs’ representatives;

• To explore specifics of Strategic partnerships in the field of Youth”;
• To support the development of Strategic partnership projects based on cross-sectoral cooperation.

Target group:
* Participants of national events in Czechia, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Malta and Romania
* other countries interested in increasing understanding of “Erasmus+” Key Action 2 youth.

It is expected to have up to 5 participants per each country listed above (Czechia, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Malta and Romania) and 1-2 participants per each of other countries.

“Cross over” process: from national activities to international seminar

At the end of September – beginning of October 2017 national activities (trainings, seminars) took place in Czechia, Lithuania, Latvia and Croatia. Participants got acquainted with the Key Action 2 of the EU Erasmus + Youth. Participants had an opportunity to find out about the qualitative and quantitative requirements, acquainted with the strategic directions.

The funded project promoters presented project activities, told about the advantages and challenges of sectoral co-operation. Participants had opportunity to present and discuss ideas, further develop them, to find partners at the national level, to deepen practical aspects of the application, better understand the qualitative aspects of the project.

The second phase of international project “Cross over” is international seminar. The participants together will expand project ideas and fill in strategic partnership applications further develop strategic partnership project ideas, discuss themes discussed at national training sessions.

Participants will increase understanding of KA2 SP (quality criteria + promote benefits of cooperation between different sectors) and explore potentials of positive effect on youth work and non-formal learning by KA2 SP projects. They will explore the concept of strategy of long-term partnerships.

Expected results:
– Better developed project
– Increased readiness to apply to Erasmus+
– Better understanding of the quality demands in KA2 projects
– Better understanding of the youth work realities across countries.
– Better understanding how to approach partnership in a strategic way
– Possibility to bring or find potential partners.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs involved in this project – except a participation fee which varies from call to call and country to country.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Note for sending NAs: This activity is financed with TCA 2017 budget

Application

 

Organizer:

Agency of international youth co-operation

Co-organizers:

Centre for International Cooperation in Education

Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes

European Union Programmes Agency

Agentia Nationala pentru Programe Comunitare in Domeniul Educatiei si Formarii Profesionale

Phone: +370 5 2497003

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Programme Crossover.pdf

Contact for questions:

Ms Eglė Venckutė

E-Mail: egle@jtba.lt

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.