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Youth Exchange: Between two worlds

Dates: 04 – 18 August 2019

Venue: Klaffer, Austria

We are looking for 6 participants (13-19 years old) + 1 group leader (21+ years old) coming from: Greece

and Involves 56 participants coming from: Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Lithuania, Turkey and Austria

Application deadline: 18th May 2018

The purpose of this Exchange is to encourage tolerance among youngsters, to help them to recognise labelling and discrimination.

General Description

Abusive behaviours, against refugees, immigrants and other vulnerable groups are the dangers that recently arise at Europe and other continents.

Abusive behaviours and bullying are serious contemporary problems in EU according to the Statement by the Council of Europe, Anti-Racism Commission and according to many problematic situations of violence and radicalisation around us,

This situation has led to a xenophobic tendency since migration has been part of the common experience of all our countries; thus, European values have been greatly influenced by this.

As a consequence, youth work must show solidarity with these vulnerable groups and to accommodate their needs in an urgent matter. This shared responsibility will not only help people in desperate need but will also streghten the bond between European countries.

Youth work has become more and more important for personal and social development of young people from these vulnerable groups. The interest from these concepts is rising, but unfortunately there are not so many opportunitites to tackle these issues or to make them more attractive, for both the targeted youngsters but also for the communities they now live in.

Youth work is a big challenge and responsibility for all the actors that are involved in the field. There are numerous factors having a great influence on the quality of youth work, but still the youth worker is the main force responsible for the results and the learning of young people, especially in these sensitive times.

Methodologies:

  • Working groups, with the aim of reflecting about youth, racism, intolerance, migration and marginalised groups
  • Work and creative working methodologies and tools for the development of inclusion projects in the frame of Erasmus+ programme
  • Internal forum of experiences with the presentation of experiences/ projects
  • Visit Foundation for Shelter and Support of Migrants

This project addresses the query of how to identify youth radicalisation, violent or non-violent and which initiatives should be taken for tackling this issue. Young people, belong to this social group which is extremely exposed to the risk of radicalisation, taking under consideration that hate speech and xenophobic tendencies, might be easily disseminated through social media or mass media in general.

Prevention of racism and youth radicalisation will only become effective, after involving active citizenship for the sake of local societies. The role of youth workers and educational institutions is crucial towards this direction.

The main aim of this project is to make a focus on those risks, that young people, social vulnerable groups and local societies, might be facing as an outcome of financial recession, degraded living environments, lack of opportunities and financial resources. Local societies, are daily exposed to populism and rhetoric of well-furnished totalitarian regimes, without having the means or the disposition to dream of a better world and to change the world they live in.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. During the exchange the catering will be provided (breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 coffee breaks).

We will take care of our space where we will live, work and learn therefore we need to keep the place clean and useful for our activities.

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

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

Participation fee 30 euro per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

Application

 

Organizer:

Kinderfreunde Muhlviertel – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

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Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

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Training Course: Youth work – a path to peaceful societies

Dates: 13-21 May 2019

Venue: Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 27th April 2019

The need of the project comes from the existing growing tension and violence among smaller ethnic/migrant groups and the increasing tensions within many EU countries in regard to nationalism and racism.

General Description

The training course “Youth work – a path to peaceful societies” will be held in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria from 13.05.2019 – 21.05.2019. It will involve 30 youth workers and leaders from the UK, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Cyprus, Holland and Republic of North Macedonia.

The need of the project comes from the existing growing tension and violence among smaller ethnic/migrant groups and the increasing tensions within many EU countries in regard to nationalism and racism. After extensive analyses on the situations in all the partner countries and the long-term experience of our partners in the field, together we have developed the concept of the current project proposal.

Chauvinism, racism and discrimination, combined with violence and threatening acts against minorities raises the need to seek effective strategies to address the problems of conflict, radicalization and violence among young people. With the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe, the level of violence is increasing among all countries, including the UK.

The project will cover different types of conflicts and in different settings and consequently ways of transforming conflicts by non-violent actions. The training course will foster constructive debate on recent conflicts in Europe and cooperation in the youth field.

This is done by promoting non-violent approaches leading to actions on peace-building. Moreover, young leaders will discuss the significant role of youth participation in grass-root peace-building initiatives. By providing an overall understanding of conflict theories and providing space to analyses concrete conflicts and tensions, participants will increase their competences for solving conflict in a non-violent way.

Therefore, youth workers participating in the training will gain skills in planning and intervening in these situations with transformation approaches, by implementing peace building activities and non-violent actions. All the above stated illustrates the importance of youth work in the areas of peace building, conflict transformation, human rights education and anti-discrimination.

Main objectives of the project:

• To develop a set of knowledge, skills and competences of youth workers in conflict transformation and peace-building;
• To equip youth workers with an understanding of non-violence concepts and human rights education that can be applied to their local communities to prevent conflicts and violent radicalisation among local youths;
• To motivate participants to advocate for non-violent actions on the local, national and international levels, and for them to act as multipliers and ambassadors of peace;
• To encourage cooperation between the organisations for further actions on youth peacebuilding initiatives;
• To promote the European values of intercultural dialogues, peace, anti-discrimination, diversity, respect of human rights, tolerance and solidarity

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

Accommodation and food will be provided by the hosting organization

Travel reimbursement

ravel reimbursement

Travel costs limits in euro:

  • Bulgaria – 0 euro; UK,
  • Spain – 360 euro;
  • Turkey, Italy, Netherlands, Cyprus – 275 euro;
  • Romania, Greece, Republic of North Macedonia – 180 euro.

Participation fee

Contribution fee: 20 euro This way we will ensure the participants have a stake in the project: A modest contribution from participants to the overall costs of a project helps to create a sense of investment and ownership

Application

 

Organiser:

Association Älternnativi International – Youth NGO

Phone: 00359888122125

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Georgi Kuzmanov

E-Mail: office@alternativibg.org

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Training Course: War Games

Dates: 22-30 June 2019

Venue: Castiglione in Teverina, Italy

Eligible are 22 participants coming from: Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 30th April 2019

Would you like to explore games and discover the possibilities offered by Game-Based learning to develop brand new original educational games to foster political participation, leadership, inclusion and non-violent communication? Then, the game is on!

General Description

“War Games” is the third edition, funded by the Erasmus+ programme and promoted by the Italian NGO Cooperativa Sociale Muovimente, of a training format on Game-Based Learning targeting primarily youth and social workers and educators.

The project is a 8-days residential training course aimed at exploring games and gaming methodologies of different types and on different platforms and their direct application in educational activities.

The course will take place in Sermugnano, a small village in central Italy, from the 22nd to the 30th of June 2019 (travel days included). It will involve 22 participants and 3 trainers from 11 different European countries (Italy, Czech Republic, Ireland, Greece, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Hungary, Turkey and UK).

Aims and Objectives

The objectives of the training course are:

• to explore games as a medium through history in their different expressions and forms (from traditional games, outdoors, social and role-playing games, to creativity expression exercises, to board-games and video and digital games);
• to explore the possibilities offered by Game-Based learning to develop political participation, leadership, inclusion and non-violent communication;
• to introduce tips and principles of “gamification” in education and training, and to discuss potential negative side effects;
• to empower and endow educators, trainers, youth and social workers and leaders with applicable tools to increase young people’s participation to political life, reduce radicalization and xenophobia and promote a less violent society.

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The training course aims to support the participants to get a deep understanding of games and gamified systems, to apply them effectively in their work, and to design new ones, according to different settings and contexts. The project will specifically address topics such as:

– violent communication, “fake news” and propaganda;
– aggressive and autocratic leadership on the rise;
– decline in civic and political participation of youth;

Through a programme that will be able to provide youth workers, educators and trainers with tools, theoretical background, motivation and empowerment to tackle these problems more effectively in their local work.

The course will have a very experiential character. It will produce a toolkit of games that will be published and shared on open source platforms, and will focus on the immediate applicability and re-applicability of all the learning outcomes.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The hosting association of this offer will organize and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

According to the Erasmus+ Distance calculator, these are the maximum amount for each country travel:

  • Italy – 20€
  • Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Romania, Poland, Turkey, Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain – 275€

Participation fee

The course foresees a non-refundable participation bond of 30€ to be paid by bank transfer after selection, plus an on-the-spot participation fee – to be paid in cash during the training course – on a sliding scale from 30€ to 70€.

Participants will be free to choose their total contribution according to their own personal financial possibilities and the value they see in 8 days training programme.

Application

 

Organiser:

Cooperativa Sociale Muovimente – Youth NGO

Phone: N/A

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack War Games.pdf

Contact for questions:

Mafalda Morganti

E-Mail: training@muovimente.it

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Training Course: Equality call for all

Dates: 17 – 24 May 2019

Venue: Klaffer, Austria

We are looking for 1 final participant aged 18+ years old coming from: Greece

and Involves 26 participants coming from: Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia, Hungary, Republic of North Macedonia, Portugal, Italy and Austria

Application deadline: 25th April 2018

According to the statement by the Council of Europe, Anti-Racism Commission on the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean: ‘There is a deep concern at the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean region regarding thousands of people risking their lives, being also exploited by human traffickers, trying to escape various tragic situations in their home countries.

General Description

This situation has led to a xenophobic tendency since migration has been part of the common experience of all our countries; thus, European values have been greatly influenced by this.

As a consequence, youth work must show solidarity with these vulnerable groups and to accommodate their needs in an urgent matter. This shared responsibility will not only help people in desperate need but will also streghten the bond between European countries.

Youth work has become more and more important for personal and social development of young people from these vulnerable groups. The interest from these concepts is rising, but unfortunately there are not so many opportunitites to tackle these issues or to make them more attractive, for both the targeted youngsters but also for the communities they now live in.

Youth work is a big challenge and responsibility for all the actors that are involved in the field. There are numerous factors having a great influence on the quality of youth work, but still the youth worker is the main force responsible for the results and the learning of young people, especially in these sensitive times.

Methodologies:

  • Working groups, with the aim of reflecting about youth, racism, intolerance, migration and marginalised groups
  • Work and creative working methodologies and tools for the development of inclusion projects in the frame of Erasmus+ programme
  • Internal forum of experiences with the presentation of experiences/ projects
  • Visit Foundation for Shelter and Support of Migrants

The objectives of this project are: 

To explore the concepts of racism, intolerance, migration and marginalised groups

  • To create the space where participants share their experience as youth workers working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • To give the participants basic tools in order to develop creativity to facilitate more attractive activities when working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • To promote the Erasmus+ Youth Programme for organisations and youth workers working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • Develop participants’ competences in planning and developing a project within the framework of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme

Participants’ Profile:

-over 18 years old
-active youth worker or leader who is daily working with youth people (especially
in the field of human rights)
-communicative level of english
-experienced in NFE mobilities or in usage of NFE methods
-motivation to take active part in all workshops during the activity
-willing to promote the project during all phases via social media
-willing to improve the quality of their education methods use in work with youth
-willing to prepare necessary materials about youth work in their community and about Erasmus+ Youth Programme, before the project and make the follow up of the activity

Pool of Trainers: Flavia Ardelean – Trainer of Youth Ministry and Sports, for Structured Dialogue. Member of the national committee ”No Hate Speech Movement”

Luciana Popescu – Registered educator for the Romanian Erasmus+ pool pf trainers for seven years

Munjid Ali – Erasmus+ trainer with three years experience. He worked as journalist, reporter and cameraman for various TV channels and news agencies

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. During the exchange the catering will be provided (breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 coffee breaks).

We will take care of our space where we will live, work and learn therefore we need to keep the place clean and useful for our activities.

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

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

Participation fee 30 euro per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

Application

 

Organizer:

Kinderfreunde Muhlviertel – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

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Training Course: Equality call for all

Dates: 17 – 24 May 2019

Venue: Klaffer, Austria

We are looking for 3 participant aged 18+ years old coming from: Greece

and Involves 26 participants coming from: Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia, Hungary, Republic of North Macedonia, Portugal, Italy and Austria

Application deadline: 12th April 2018

According to the statement by the Council of Europe, Anti-Racism Commission on the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean: ‘There is a deep concern at the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean region regarding thousands of people risking their lives, being also exploited by human traffickers, trying to escape various tragic situations in their home countries.

General Description

This situation has led to a xenophobic tendency since migration has been part of the common experience of all our countries; thus, European values have been greatly influenced by this.

As a consequence, youth work must show solidarity with these vulnerable groups and to accommodate their needs in an urgent matter. This shared responsibility will not only help people in desperate need but will also streghten the bond between European countries.

Youth work has become more and more important for personal and social development of young people from these vulnerable groups. The interest from these concepts is rising, but unfortunately there are not so many opportunitites to tackle these issues or to make them more attractive, for both the targeted youngsters but also for the communities they now live in.

Youth work is a big challenge and responsibility for all the actors that are involved in the field. There are numerous factors having a great influence on the quality of youth work, but still the youth worker is the main force responsible for the results and the learning of young people, especially in these sensitive times.

Methodologies:

  • Working groups, with the aim of reflecting about youth, racism, intolerance, migration and marginalised groups
  • Work and creative working methodologies and tools for the development of inclusion projects in the frame of Erasmus+ programme
  • Internal forum of experiences with the presentation of experiences/ projects
  • Visit Foundation for Shelter and Support of Migrants

The objectives of this project are: 

To explore the concepts of racism, intolerance, migration and marginalised groups

  • To create the space where participants share their experience as youth workers working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • To give the participants basic tools in order to develop creativity to facilitate more attractive activities when working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • To promote the Erasmus+ Youth Programme for organisations and youth workers working with migrants, refugees and marginalised groups
  • Develop participants’ competences in planning and developing a project within the framework of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme

Participants’ Profile:

-over 18 years old
-active youth worker or leader who is daily working with youth people (especially
in the field of human rights)
-communicative level of english
-experienced in NFE mobilities or in usage of NFE methods
-motivation to take active part in all workshops during the activity
-willing to promote the project during all phases via social media
-willing to improve the quality of their education methods use in work with youth
-willing to prepare necessary materials about youth work in their community and about Erasmus+ Youth Programme, before the project and make the follow up of the activity

Pool of Trainers: Flavia Ardelean – Trainer of Youth Ministry and Sports, for Structured Dialogue. Member of the national committee ”No Hate Speech Movement”

Luciana Popescu – Registered educator for the Romanian Erasmus+ pool pf trainers for seven years

Munjid Ali – Erasmus+ trainer with three years experience. He worked as journalist, reporter and cameraman for various TV channels and news agencies

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

– Being selected for this course, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. During the exchange the catering will be provided (breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 coffee breaks).

We will take care of our space where we will live, work and learn therefore we need to keep the place clean and useful for our activities.

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

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

Participation fee 30 euro per participant. The fee will be deposited after succesful selection of the candidates (non-refundable in case of cancellation).

Application

 

Organizer:

Kinderfreunde Muhlviertel – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

For additional information please: Download the Application form

email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

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Conference: Fight homophobia and ostracism against Roma, in the past and today

Dates: 24-27 May 2019

Venue: Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia

Eligible are 28 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Western Balkan countries

Application deadline: 12th April 2019

Knowledge of the history of Europe is necessary to be able to interpret the different perceptions of current events.

General Description

The knowledge that the citizens should acquire in order to be aware of a relationship between current events and processes in the past is not primarily based on simple facts and dates but also on a knowledge of basic structures, the economic and social situation, and political systems.

In many totalitarian countries minorities were not considered of the perfect race, or did not fit into the ideology of the totalitarian societies. The Roma were seen by the Nazis as being inferior, they were not as good a human being as the superior race and in October 1939 all Roma were ordered to be sent to concentration camps. During this period, Roma were subjected to genocide and totally denied of their civil rights.

The conference will gather activists for the Roma issues, Roma and Non Roma politicians, historians, young people in order to discuss about the scope of democracy in the past and today. What are the educational tools and legal instruments at EU and national levels to fight racism and xenophobia, how to boost the Roma involvement into decision making process.

Aim and Objectives
The aim of the conference is to raise awareness about the Roma Holocaust and Human Rights Education stimulating the critical thinking and debate of young people, their reflection and understanding of history and antigipsysm.

To reach the general aim of the TC, the objectives are:

  • Raise involvement of Roma and non-Roma citizens in European debate on Roma Inclusion;
  • Sent key points to the stakeholders: Roma civic and democratic participation is necessary for greater Roma inclusion and better future perspectives in Europe
  • Roma and non-Roma volunteers and activists, sharing their grassroots engagement and practices;
  • Build alliances of Roma organizations to the established stakeholders

Profile of the Participants
Roma and non-Roma youth leaders, activists, multipliers, and volunteers who are working with young and/or Roma youth.

Participants should also:

  • be familiar with the situation and challenges of the Roma community in their country;
  • be motivated to develop their competences in advocacy, anti-discrimination work; human rights and to share their experiences with other participants;
  • be aged 18+;
  • be committed to attend for the full duration of the course;
  • be able to work in English;
  • be resident in one of the EU countries and of Balkan countries: Republic of North Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo*.

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Costs

 

This project is NOT financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food

The organizers cover the costs for accommodation, board and any program-related costs. The venue is in the city center of the capital Skopje.

Travel reimbursement

Travel costs are reimbursed during the seminar or afterwards by bank transfer based on a fully presented travel reimbursement claim:

  • Western Europe max. 250 Euro
  • Central and Eastern Europe max 200 Euro
  • Balkan countries: return bus ticket price

Participation fee

There is no participation fee however participants are encouraged to contribute to the travel costs

Application

 

Organiser:

Roma Youth Center – Youth NGO

Phone: +389 71 376 260

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack Skopje 24-27 May.pdf

Contact for questions:

Senad Sakipovski

E-Mail: info.marandost@gmail.com

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)

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Kick-off meeting: European Citizenship and European values, against Euro-scepticism

Dates: 3 – 6 May 2019

Venue: Durrës, Albania

We are looking to recruit 1 assistant project manager coming from: Greece

and Involves 45 participants coming from: Albania, Greece, Italy, Kosovo*, Lithuania, Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia

Application deadline: 10th April 2018

H(Youth)MANITY aims to raise awareness of European citizenship and European values, against Euro scepticism, radicalization and violence, by promoting solidarity towards migration crisis in the EU; by empowering youth workers and youth leaders in the field of prevention of radicalization and extremism among young people by analyzing local realities, exchanging practices and developing sustainable activities aimed at promotion of culture of peace.

General Description

This is a twelve months Capacity building in the field of youth project, which is consisted of a training course, two youth exchanges and its practical phase. During this annual project, 18 beneficiaries coming from Greece will achieve the subsequent objectives and goals of this project:

Know European values and analyze how they materialize in Europe;

• To analyze and discuss the responses of each country to the refugee crisis and increased immigration policies and support mechanisms that the EU offers immigrants and refugees;
• Share Opinions and experienced by participants in situations of exclusion in similarity to the experiences of immigrants and refugees;
• To campaign against xenophobia in social networks to promote European values, the integration of migrants and refugees;
• To increase amount of quality projects in the field of peace building;
• To foster and improve transnational cooperation through staff and youth workers exchange, through innovation and the exchange of good practices in the area of combating and preventing extremism and radicalization against migrants;
• To increase the competences of youth workers in the field of prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism;
• To enhance international dimension of youth activities by planning cross-border actions focussing on intercultural dialogue as a counterbalance for extremism and radicalization;
• To empower youth workers and NGOs involved in the project to become stronger actors for current problematic and to contribute to the resolution of the crisis through youth work and promotion of culture of peace;
• Increase leadership capacities of 45 youth leaders and youth workers and equip them with competences needed to successfully mobilise young people in their community and motivate them for active participation in international youth projects and activities;
• Increase capacities of organisations participating in the project for tackling important issues of young people;
• Enable sharing of different experience, good practice examples, tools and methods during mobility activities;
• Foster mutual understanding of certain topics among youth from different cultures, promote intercultural learning and support youth organisations in strenghtening international and intercultural aspect of their work;
• Provide space for networking and developing mutual projects and strategic cooperation between youth organizations form Western Balkan and programme countries (also improving sense of initiative);
• Promote Erasmus+ as a tool for European cooperation in the youth field, increasing of youth mobility and fostering their intercultural learning.

Kick-off meeting with partners

The first activity is meeting of project partner representatives who will be working on all project elements.

The meeting will last for 2 working days and gather 11 participants; 3 from hosting organisation and one of each partner organizations. During the first day of the meeting participants will discuss and fine tune proposed activities and time frame, reflect on present situation in the region and needs of youth workers, discuss educational approach and values the project will promote and look for synergies with other similar initiatives and strategies.

In the second day of the meeting, participants will share ideas about the preliminary study of the situation in each country on European values; immigration and economic crisis will give expertise and share previous experiences.

Representatives of organization will further discuss implementation and coordination of the project. Each group will provide recommendations and guidelines for high quality implementation of each segment. The meeting will end with common presentations and reflection

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

– Being selected for this project, accommodation and lodging (breakfast-lunch and dinner) will be 100% covered by the host organisation. During the exchange the catering will be provided (breakfast, lunch, dinner, 2 coffee breaks).

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

Application

 

Organizer:

YDA – NGO

Co-organizer:

YiA 18, NEANIKI EKSELIXI 18 – NGO

www.YiA18.org

Youth in Advance 18

Phone:+30 693

The potential assistant project manager, shall present the following set of skills & attitudes:

  • Intercultural competence
  • Competent communication in English, knowledge of Greek Language
  • Proven experience as a youth worker, or social worker having attended international projects – initiatives
  • Availability to coordinate the activities of the Greek delegation, throughout 2019
  • Open-minded and team-player
  • Shall be residing in Greece, preferably at Thessaloniki

All interested applicants are requested to send us their resumes, at:

email: yia18plus@gmail.com

Contact for questions:

YiA 18

Working language: English

Only shortlisted candidates, shall be contacted for a Skype meeting.

The assistant project manager, shall be recruited on a project basis reference and shall be also entitled to receive a remuneration (according to proven set of skills and final outcomes of this project, at a local scale)

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)