You too can be an entrepreneurA youth exchange involving in total 25 participants from 5 EU countries: Bucharest, 25 October - 2 November 2013. The objectives of this youth exchange are:
Entrepreneurship for Social ChangeThe residential training course (held from 13th to 21st October 2012 in Barcelona) will bring together nineteen participants from six European countries to develop competences on self and community learning fostering new sources and approaches for creative employment and social entrepreneurship. The course will use a combination of non formal education methodological approaches (including experiential learning and outdoor experiential learning) and the experiences and support of practitioners in self-employment and social entrepreneurship. Through developing key competences such as learning to learn, social and civic competences and sense of initiative and entrepreneurship, the project will foster social cohesion, creativity and spirit of entrepreneurship, specially targeting the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities.
Empowering Youth in Rural AreasThe general idea of the seminar is to create a platform for youth workers, project managers and youth leaders working with youth in rural areas in Europe and Eastern Europe and Caucasus (EECA) in order to discuss challenges that young people currently face (especially when it comes to unemployment and development of competencies necessary for 21-st century job market) and to exchange good practice on how to empower/support young people in becoming more mobile, competitive in job market and more active citizens.
Roma Counts!The TC is implemented in the Region of Murcia, from 22nd - 29th of October 2012. The theme of the training is the social inclusion of Roma Young People through non formal education projects within YiA Programme (Action 1.2 & SVE). The objectives of this youth exchange are:
20 Young people, 12 Monuments - A performance of 12 scenesThis programme has been created to celebrate the presidency of Cyprus in the European Union during the second half of 2012. The principal aim of the programme is to bring together 20 young people aged 18-30 who are citizens of member countries of the European Union in order to take part in workshops hosted in Cyprus for a period of 6 days of collaboration and co-existence. The workshops use drama as their main focal point and develop on the use of pieces of literature (theatrical plays, poems, traditional songs, legends and stories) as stimuli for dramatisation. The pieces of literature used in the workshops are related to the Cypriot tradition and history and are linked inseparably with specific historical monuments of Cyprus through the myths and stories they relate.
The Voice of RomansThe origin of this project held in Turkey comes from recognition of idea of how multicultural the European society is and how important it is to involve Roma people and young European citizens with fewer opportunities (with social obstacles and cultural differences) into building a prosperous and united Europe, where there is no place for social exclusion and cultural barriers and to find some solutions against the unemployment of young people as well. 30 young participants from Latvia, Italy, Germany,Portugal,Romania and Turkey with multicultural communities are going to discuss about young people with less opportunities, the diversity and complexity of transitions; the influence of the local area,processes of inclusion and exclusion, the influence of the family, etc.
Fighting youth unemploymentThis project held in Leskovac, Serbia, from 12 - 18 March 2012 is a response to the high youth unemployment that is present in Europe and south of Serbia in particular. The objectives of this youth exchange are:
Online AddictionIt's a reality that internet has a very important role in our lives. We can say a life without internet is imposible. Our relationship with the internet has turned into an addiction. Recent researcher prove that our addiction to being online is higher than our addiction to alcohol, smoking. In order to contribute to find a solution to addiction of internet.
Living Forward, Reflecting AfterwardsThis course held in Spain is aimed at developing the competences of those youth workers involved in social inclusion activities with young prisoners.The objectives of this youth exchange are:
Let's throw the trash awayA youth exchange involving total 30 participants from 6 EU countries will in a village called Koukli, Greece in November 2012. The objectives of this youth exchange are:
Snoeze and Paint!The training course (held in the Czech Republic) will bring together youth worker, psychologists, special pedagogist and people interested in getting more knowledge about snoezelen and particular arts technigue (encaustic and graffiti/airbrush) which are useful in youth work (also with disadvantaged people). The course will be based on the Non Formal education tools like visual presentations, practical demonstration, group work, group discussions and brainstorming, brief presentation of Youth In Action Programme The course' aims are to experience snoezelen and painting processes in action at very practical level.
Cale!The TC is implemented in the Region of Murcia, from 4th - 13th of February 2013. The theme of the training is the social inclusion of Roma Young People through non formal education projects within YiA Programme (Action 1.2 & SVE). The objectives of this youth exchange are:
Treat others as you want to be treated!
Entrepreneurship for Social Change
Empowering Youth in Rural Areas
20 Young people, 12 Monuments - A performance of 12 scenes
The Voice of Romans
Fighting youth unemployment
Living Forward, Reflecting Afterwards
Let's throw the trash away
Snoeze and Paint!