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Training Course: Creating Paddle Ability

Dates: 22-31 May 2019

Venue: Cunovo, Slovak Republic

Eligible are 29 participants coming from: Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Slovak Republic

Application deadline: 28th February 2019

Creating Paddle Ability is an outdoor training course for youth workers, trainers and instructors who would like to get new experience and knowledge in working with experiential and outdoor education, and in particularly water based activities.

General Description

-Would you like to learn how to use experiential education methods?
-Would you like to learn some kayaking skills?
-Would like to discover and push your own limits?

What?

Creating Paddle Ability is an outdoor training course for youth workers, trainers and instructors who would like to get new experience and knowledge or improve already existing ones in water based programs. The course is funded by Erasmus+ program.

The training course will be in English. Most of the activities will be outdoors, you can expect very few indoor sessions.

Why?

The aim of the training course is to develop youth workers’ skills and toolboxes for working with young people in outdoor context. The long term perspective is to encourage youth workers and organizations to run water based programs with youth from different backgrounds, including young people from disadvantaged background.

For whom?

  • Trainers, educators, instructors, facilitators, youth workers or volunteers working with youth and youth from disadvantaged background
  • Motivated to learn new methods of experiential education
  • Interested in outdoor activities
  • Beginner and intermediate experienced paddlers are welcome. It is important for this program that you are keen on learning new paddling skills.

What will you get from this training course?

  • Learn new experiential education methods
  • Learn and practice new safety and technical skills for water based program
  • Develop your capabilities and skills for their work with young people and young people from disadvantaged background

Program

The program will consist of 3 parts:

LEARN AND PRACTICE, where you will learn about the others in the group and practice technical skills together

INSPIRE, where you will plan, execute and reflect the 3 days water expedition

APPLY and REFLECT, where you will learn advanced skills, think of ways how to use the learned methods in your work with youth actually create and execute a water-based program for youth, under the supervision of the trainers

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme

Accommodation will be provided from 22nd – 31st May in wooden bungalows in the Divoka Voda center in Čunovo, please expect basic but nice and clean accommodation. Showers and toilets are 50m away. Three days and two nights will be spent on an expedition in the wilderness, camping in tents.

Full board is provided at the hotel 100m away. During the 3 days expedition you will prepare your own meals.

Travel reimbursement

Reimbursement will be done only after receiving the needed reimbursement documents (tickets, invoices…)

  • Finland: max. 360€ / person
  • Romania, Croatia, : max 275€ / person
  • Hungary, Czech Republic: max. 180€ / person
  • Slovakia: max. 20€ / person

Participation fee

Participation fee will be required only from accepted applicants. We will ask you to confirm your presence by payment in March 80€ / person.

As renting the needed equipment for running the training is quite expensive, the collected application fees will be used for covering some of the costs for rentals.

Application

 

Organiser:

Outward Bound Slovakia – Youth NGO

Phone: +421918340228

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack Creating Paddle Ability.pdf

Contact for questions:

Michal Keim

E-Mail: michal.keim@outwardbound.sk

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PBA: Game Changing

Dates: 7-11 May 2019

Venue: Cyprus

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, Israel, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 28th February 2019

The project aims to link the ‘worlds’ of youth work and football, so as to foster constructive and mutually beneficial cooperation between them, with a specific interest in supporting youth participation, social inclusion and women’s empowerment.

General Description

The Game Changing Project is a collaboration between the Erasmus+ National Agencies of Cyprus, Turkey, Italy, Portugal and UEFA, with the support of the Cyprus Football Association (CFA), the Football Association of England (FA) and the Romanian Football Federation (FRF). The project aims to link the ‘worlds’ of youth work and football, so as to foster constructive and mutually beneficial cooperation between them, with a specific interest in supporting youth participation, social inclusion and women’s empowerment.

Through this cooperation, the partners expect that the outcome of this project will be beneficial for young people, girls/women and under-represented groups, in their realms.

The Game Changing project includes two events that are designed to enable youth work practitioners, representatives of National Football Federations/Associations and young changemakers to learn from each other, to exchange best practices, as well as to initiate and develop collaborative projects in the framework of the Erasmus+ EU Programme, as well as of other programmes from the football and youth sectors:

Phase I: Contact Making Event (CME), to be held in Cyprus, 7 – 11 May 2019.

Phase II: Seminar in Turkey, in June/July 2019 (TBC).

Participants’ Profile

We are looking for 30 participants with the following profiles:

1. Youth work practitioners with experience in the fields of women’s empowerment and/or youth participation in civic life and decision-making, and/or social inclusion of under-represented groups, as well as with experience/an interest in collaborating with the football/sport sector.

2. “Young champions” – young changemakers aged 18 to 30, active in their communities, sport clubs or organisations, with a strong interest in football, willing to develop collaborative projects with the other actors involved in this initiative.

3. Representatives of National Football Federations/Associations with an interest in the themes of the project (youth participation, social inclusion and women’s empowerment) and with the capacity to develop new initiatives in their organisations, or implement constructive changes in the existing policies and programmes that will be generated as outcomes of this project.

Selected participants are expected to attend both events in order to maximise the impact of the project both on their development as active agents in their work, and on the progress of their organisations. Participants are expected to be willing to develop cooperation projects between football and youth work after the two events of the project.

Targeted Outcomes:

The creation of a network of 10 “young champions”/ young changemakers.

  • A better recognition of the important role that youth work plays in society (value creation, young people’s development and sense of belonging to society, etc.).
  • A new culture that will result from merging the youth field and football, characterised by innovative participation methods, such as co-management, deliberative participation, co-creation, participatory spaces, etc.
  • A review of programmes, structures and processes in line with best practice in diversity, equality, solidarity and inclusion.
  • An increase in young people actively engaged in policy, governance, decision making and programme implementation in football.

  • Better representation and engagement of young people in the structures of football (specifically females and ethnic minority groups).
  • The development of a common research agenda between the “worlds” of football and youth work.
  • A variety of developments by National Football Federations/Associations that will result from this project, i.e. setting up youth councils, developing more inclusive policies and programmes, setting up youth and female leadership programmes, etc..
  • The development of follow-up projects, e.g. cross-sector collaborative projects, toolkits, research maps, etc.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the participating NAs of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme

The hosting National Agency of this offer will organise the accommodation and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Application

 

Organiser:

Youth Board of Cyprus – National Agency

Co-organisers:

UEFA

National Agencies of Italy and Portugal

Phone: +357-22402691

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Info self-assessment grid.pdf

Contact for questions:

Stella Rousou

E-Mail: srousou@onek.org.cy

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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Local Activity for adolescents – Small Collaborative Partnership

Dates: 26th March till 30th November 2019

Venue: Greece

Eligible are 50 participants coming from: Greece

Age bracket: 6 – 13 years old

Application deadline: 15th February 2019

We strongly believe that sport is the main mean of communication among peers and that it represents one of the most important tools to favour social inclusion and the development of the competences for people with fewer opportunities.

General Description

If you want to take part to the development of society, you must search for the wellness of its members and educate them so that they can be active and responsible citizens. We intend to understand people’s authentic requests, to work out possible projects and to carry out real initiatives which make possible to employ “civil passion”.

The educational proposal addresses to everyone and focuses on the requirements of the Family, with particular care for weaker and less protected groups of population.

The new perspectives created by globalisation require a complete intercultural dimension in educational relations. The establishment of new dynamics and different languages broaden educational action beyond the limits, strengthened by tradition.

The General Objectives of the project are:

  •  to promote sports and European traditional games;
  • to help the development of child/ boy, through numerous ludic and motion experiences which allow him to live a gratifying and positive situation which will encourage him to improve himself and his relation to world, while favouring the arise of his inner dynamisms leading to grow, to improve himself, to discover surrounding reality, explore its limits and possibilities, by using European traditional games as the main mean to favour this development;
  • to remove the obstacles that limit the harmonious and integral development of person in order to grant the global growth of the child, not only related to the physical aspect, but also to the psychological and affective ones;
  • to improve the relational skills of each child, in order to make him capable to develop positive relations to peers and adults.

Planned Knowledge and Skills:

  • to acquire a base knowledge of the functions of the body, of the most serious dangers for health and its way of preservation;
  • to acquire the fundamental notions about human body, its parts and functions;
  • to recognise the relation between nutrition and physical wellness;
  • to know game tools;
  • to handle and use little tools;
  • to know and analyse dangerousness of objects and materials;
  • to know and respect the main rules to practise sport games;
  • to have an active and meaningful role in the various game activities and sport-game;
  • to accept and respect other people;
  • to cooperate in a group;
  • to compare loyally also in a competition;
  • to adapt oneself to the established rules and to find new ones;
  • to know the elementary rules of pre-sport games;
  • to sharpen the skill of linguistic description and graphic representation;
  • to be able to use different means of communication;

Through this project, the kid is encouraged to understand in a personal and original way, to create a movement or a series of movements, developing his creativity; developing reactivity, concentration, coordination and physical strength, the kid will avoid the accidents caused by a sedentary life or wrong movements.

The projects represents an educational path during which culture, motion and pre-sport practice can become:

  • psychophysical wellness, that reflects into all moments of life, be it school life or not;
  • spreading of a correct culture and positive values of physical education, game, sport-game and sport;
  • a means arousing interest in students;
  • a means of socialisation.

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This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Sports Programme

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the local promoter YIA 18 – NEANIKI EKSELIXI 18

Participation fee

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Sports Programme and there won’t be any participation fee

Application

 

Organizer:

YIA 18 – NEANIKI EKSELIXI 18 – NGO

 

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: Greek

Partnership building Activity. Inclusive Volunteering in Social Economy. Turkey

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PBA: Inclusive Volunteering in Social Economy

Dates: 30 April – 4 May 2019

Venue: Ankara, Turkey

Eligible are max 25 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, 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

Application deadline: 10th January 2019

SALTO I&D and the Turkish National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth programme would like to see more young people with fewer opportunities taking part in volunteering projects.

General Description

Do you have experience working with individuals with special needs such as disability, social issues, mental challenges or an organisational environment that would welcome young people with such needs? Perhaps you’re experienced with volunteering but need more partners who can host these young people? Or maybe you just want to make a difference to young people’s lives…

Then this partnership building activity is for you! We would like to see more young people with fewer opportunities taking part in volunteering projects, but many hosting projects are not adapted or do not provide the needed extra support for young people (18-30 years) with special needs.

We believe that social economy organisations, with the necessary structures in place to support volunteers from disavantaged background in their activities, could become the perfect hosting place for these young people.

Hosting European volunteers gives not only the opportunity to change lives but the chance to add an international dimension and increase organisational capacity. We therefore want to bring ‘social economy’ organisations together with inclusion, youth and volunteering fields to explore the possibilities, advantages and concerns of having an European Volunteer.

Following a 2017 Inclusion & Diversity Strategy Steering Group meeting with representatives of social economy and the Youth and Vocational Education Forum 2018 (hosted in UK as part of the long term Toward’s Collaborative Practice), social economy organisations have been identified as often having projects or activities that are particularly directed towards people in underprivileged situations.

Despite frequently seeking committed volunteers to support their work, many organisations remain unaware of European volunteering funding opportunities, requirements and structures – such as the European Solidarity Corps. This partnership-building activity is a follow-up of the training course under the same topic taking place in Glasgow 10-14 December 2018.

This 3-day activity will take place in Ankara from 30th April (arrival day) to 4th May (departure) 2019 and it will be a unique opportunity to find partners to create inclusive volunteering projects in the framework of ESC. Although the programme also covers jobs and traineeships opportunities, this activity will only focus on quality volunteering projects.

General aim:

To introduce European volunteering projects to social economy organisations and encourage partnerships with inclusion, youth and volunteering organisations for quality, sustainable volunteering projects for young people with fewer opportunities.

Objectives:

– To get acquainted with the existing opportunities for youth volunteers’ placement, under European Solidarity Corps
– To share different practices on how to involve volunteers with fewer opportunities
– To motivate social economy organisations to host and send volunteers with fewer opportunities
– To develop skills in Erasmus+/ESC project management, specifically on volunteering initiatives
– To foster partnership building of potential hosting/supporting organisations equipped to support young people with fewer opportunities

Profile of participants at the course:

– Staff members/volunteers of social economy and volunteering organisations able to work on inclusion or directly with young people with fewer opportunities
– Youth workers (grassroots – involved in outreach youth work and directly working with young people with fewer opportunities)
– Staff members/volunteers involved in inclusion organisations
– Able to work in (international) English
– From ESC programme countries
– Former participants of the TC held in Glasgow (December 2018) are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth 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.

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Application

 

Organiser:

SALTO Inclusion & Diversity Resource Centre – SALTO RC

Co-organiser:

Turkish National Agency for Erasmus+

Phone: +3222 09 07 20

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Andreia Henriques

E-Mail: andreia@salto-youth.net

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.

Helsinki

Nordic Thematic Seminar: Health and Well-Being of Young People

Dates: 25-27 February 2019

Venue: Helsinki, Finland

Eligible are 60 participants coming from: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden

Application deadline: 7th January 2019

The Nordic Thematic Seminar is organised for representatives from ongoing Erasmus+ projects. It aims to focus on how the EU priority of health and well-being is relevant in European youth projects and youth work in general.

General Description

Highlighting an important priority

Young people’s health and well-being is a permanent priority in Erasmus+ Youth programme and it is also highlighted in the European Youth Strategy. Many promoters have chosen it as a theme in their projects, but it is also a theme that comes up universally in all our work with young people.

As educators we have the duty to support the mental, physical and social well-being of the young we work with. The Nordic Seminar highlights research results and general understanding about the well-being of Nordic young people.

It offers tools and good practices for supporting young people’s well-being in Erasmus+ projects and youth work in general. Practicioners outside the Erasmus+ projects will share their expertise, whereas project promoters present their working ways too.

Health and well-being is a wide topic

Health and well-being are a wide topic to look at. The seminar will concentrate on four strands of well-being:

  • Mental health
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Empowerment
  • Belonging

Young people’s mental health is the overriding topic that comes up on many levels: statistics and research, general understanding of mental health, practical tools for supporting mental health and project examples of good practices. The programme starts with a more general look and dives deeper into understanding during the days.

Healthy lifestyle can include many aspects relevant for your project and youth work. Topics that can be tackled include e.g. outdoor activities, sports, healthy body images, drugs and alcohol, sexual health and healthy food.

Empowerment links to the support that some young people need in order to take part in activities or in life as general. Good ways of empowering young people with fewer opportunities exist in projects and organisations.

Belonging is a basic human need. We have the need to have social contacts and friendships. We suffer, when we are excluded. How can we fight back loneliness?

Objectives of the seminar

  • to have a better understanding of the well-being of the Nordic youth
  • to learn ways to support young people’s mental health in European youth projects
  • to share good practices on how to support young people’s well-being or how to tackle the
  • topic in European youth projects
  • to diminish the stigma around mental health issues in youth work
  • The programme consists of inputs of external experts, workshops on relevant topics,
  • project presentations and sharing of practical tools. Workshops are interactive and many
  • tools can be transferred into own work.

Participants from ongoing projects

The participants for the seminar come from Erasmus+ Youth projects that are currently ongoing or starting very soon. If the project period of your project is ongoing or you have been approved in the October application round in 2018, you are an eligible participant. All project types and key actions are welcome to join.

The short term activities of youth exchanges, youth worker mobility projects or meetings of young people and decision makers may already have happened or are happening later. Long term activities like volunteering projects, transnational youth initiatives or strategic partnerships can be ongoing.

Profile

  • over 18
  • has a relevant role in relation to the project
  • is interested in developing the competences in supporting young people’s well-being
  • comes from an ongoing project
  • is willing to work in English

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the participating NAs of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

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

Your travel costs are reimbursed against relevant travel documents/receipts after your trip. You will get more detailed information on reimbursement procedures of travel costs after your selection has been approved.

Participation fee

The organisers have to cover 5% of the project costs in co-funding. The countries use different strategies in covering the co-funding needs. Some countries charge a participation fee, some do not.

  • Finland: no participation fee
  • Norway: 500 NOK deduction of travel reimbursement
  • Iceland: 10% of the travel costs
  • Denmark: no participation fee, travel costs reimbursed up to 500€
  • Sweden: 1250 SEK

Application

 

Organiser:

Finnish National Agency of Education EDUFI

Co-organisers:

National Agencies of Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Sweden

Phone: +358 400 247 774

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Paavo Pyykkönen

E-Mail: paavo.pyykkonen@oph.fi

Asenovgrad

Training Course C.O.A.C.H: Creative Opportunities, Attitudes, Cooperation and Holistic method

Dates: 3-9 June 2019

Venue: Bulgaria

Eligible are 35 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 5th April 2019

Coaching is the process of helping another person to perform at the peak of his or her abilities. Coaching emphasizes generative change, concentrating on defining and achieving specific goals. R. Dilts

General Description

C.O.A.C.H. is a 5-day long training course for youth workers to learn about, practice and develop own methods of coaching. Coaching is a tool for empowerment and clear and effective communication. It takes integrity, leadership and creativity to be a good facilitator and trainer and coaching is the must-have method and tool for every youth worker, trainers, leader and activist.

What is C.O.A.C.H.?

C.O.A.C.H. is an abbreviation for Creative Opportunities, Attitudes, Cooperation and Holistic method, where we train, develop and master our own communication and coaching style.

The contemporary trends of training and development, youth work and working with those facing a situation of NEETs, or fewer opportunities, requires new standards and approaches. What was working 5-10-15 years ago in the field of outreach and grass-root youth work is now new and different. Competences like inclusion, participation and entrepreneurship are important, yet some attitudes are missing to make them work. What prevails is contextual design of experience where knowledge and skill are trainable, competences attainable, yet attitudes are what makes the difference.

In this training course we will work on:

1. Establishing understanding of what is communication
2. Defining where and how coaching happens
3. Practicing and training basic coaching skills
4. Further development of personal coaching method
5. Putting it all together in a holistic way
6. Steps to put in order all our competences
7. Mastering personal coaching method

This training is practical and effective. It only happens by doing it. And now we invite you to challenge your own competences and to allow yourself to learn and expand. The training is designed as a whole 6-day coaching session. There will be real case studies and practice in different groups. The method is tested and it works with youth workers, leaders, trainers, coaches and learning facilitators because of it’s practical utilization.

Last, but not least, it is based on the work and experience of leading business coaches and the methods of: ontological coaching, non-violent communication, NLP, embodiment, feedback (giving and receiving), questioning, heuristic solutions, distinctions, active listening.

The program is well-designed and balanced based on the Kolb’s learning cycle. Hand-outs, input and bibliographical references will be provided.

Objectives:

· Learn and Practice coaching
· Define where, how and what works for you in coaching
· Develop your own method
· Understand basics about human brain and neurology
· Learn 7 techniques to boost your communication and cooperation skills
· Stronger conversation, questioning and observation skills
· Work with and Discover how body relates to experience
· Detect and handle resistance
· Identify own limitations and transform them into advantages
· Benefit from the opportunity to coach and be coached
· Make a quality jump in the competences of communication and cooperation
· Explore, Learn and Practice inclusion, participation and creativity in a new holistic way

Profile of Participants

Youth workers with proven track record of involvement in an NGO as well as:

– Interested in communication, cooperation, creativity and leadership
– Working with NEETs and fewer opportunity youth
– Working on youth participation

– Willing to expand their professional competences of inclusion, participation, cooperation,
creativity, entrepreneurship and initiative, involvement and participation of youth,
including those with fewer opportunities; leadership, communication, teamwork, design thinking, problem solving
– 22 years old and older
– Able to use English as a working language

Trainers:

Anna Sipos

Tihomir Georgiev

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the participating NAs of the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

The hosting National Agency of this offer will organise the accommodation and covers the costs for accommodation and food. The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Your sending National Agency will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Application

Organiser:

Human Resource Development Centre – Bulgarian National Agency

Phone: +359 2 9155026

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack C.O.A.C.H.pdf

Contact for questions:

Milen Petkov

E-Mail: tcabulgaria@hrdc.bg

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: Film the Change

Dates: 2-10 December 2018

Venue: Nea Makri, Attiki, Greece

Eligible are 31 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 12th November 2018

Take part in the 2 phases project Film the Change and learn how to build a social promotional video of your organization and/or initiative with low-cost equipment! The training takes place in Greece in December 2018.

General Description

For all of us who are part of the not-for profit and social initiatives, it is always tricky to spread our message compared to for-profit initiatives.

We are aware or we should become aware that branding and namely the video presence of our initiative is the second thing we have to build (after our website). Nowadays technology allows us to create video productions without expensive equipment.

Smartphones, laptops and other low-cost gadgets can offer high quality video productions.

For this reason, Solidarity Mission is inviting you to Film The Change project. It is a 2 phase project where you will have the chance to learn how to build a social promotional video of your organization and/or initiative with low-cost equipment as well as to learn and experiment together with 31 more people, how to use video by creating yourselves a video for an Athens based non-profit initiative or social enterprise.

The project is for people above 18+ years old, who are youth workers and/or staff members of non-profit initiatives or social enterprises, interested on how to incorporate new technologies and namely video production in their work.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.

Accommodation and food are covered 100% and all costs relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the project coordinator

Travel reimbursement

Travel costs are covered 100% up to the maximum reimbursement

  • 275 € (Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Romania),
  • 360 € (NL, UK, Spain, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia),
  • 20 € (Greece)

Participation fee

There is a participation fee of 50€.

Application

 

Organiser:

Solidarity Mission – NGO

Phone: +30 6977669679

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Infopack Film the Change.pdf

Contact for questions:

Cathy Manousaki

E-Mail: training@solidaritymission.org