Participants

Here you will find all our Calls for Participants for mobility projects. Chose yours and apply!

Erasmus+ Youth Exchange "Make Human Rights Great Again"

Dates: 10th - 17th September 2018
Venue: Hotel Agro, Veľká Lomnica,Slovakia
Type: Erasmus+ KA1, fully funded by the EU Programme
Available spots: 5
Participating countries: Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Lebanon, Jordan
Topics: human rights, hate speech, anti-discrimination, human dignity, intercultural dialogue.
Summary: One of the main goals of our project is to help young people to overcome prejudices against the Third World as the people around us have different views of their inhabitants than it is in reality and it influences them a lot.

Our other goals are also to include bringing together and facilitating discussions on such difficult but also topical and typical themes in the 21st century, such as the question of cohabitation of different religions, cultures, issues related to sexual violence and violence against other people sexual orientation and discrimination.

Through our activities, participants will become better acquainted with other countries, their cultures and opinions on topics of our project. We also hope to gain better communication and argumentation skills that they can continue to use in their everyday lives. Through group work they will be able to work better in the team and become more tolerant and more responsive to others.

How to candidate: You can send an email to eurofrc@gmail.com not lately than 22th August 2018 with your CV and a short motivation letter.

Are you interested? Then, let us know ASAP!

Erasmus+ Youth Exchange "INFORMED CITIZENS VIA MEDIA LITERACY EXCHANGE"

Dates: 13th - 24th September 2018
Venue: Gyumri, Armenia
Type: Erasmus+ KA1, fully funded by the EU Programme
Available spots: 5
Participating countries: Armenia, Georgia, Estonia, Greece, Poland, Italy
Topics: democracy, media literacy, active citizenship, journalism
Summary: This youth exchange aims to spread ML culture to young people among EU member and neighboring
countries and increase youth participation through it by equipping youth with practical competences, raising
awareness, enabling them to act as changemakers and active members of their society based on non-formal
learning approaches.
Objectives
The main objectives of the project are:
- Develop youth's critical thinking and critical media skills to question, evaluate and analyze what
they hear and read.
- Encourage young people to become active, engaged media consumers and users.
- Increase youth participation through civic journalism to strengthen the basis of democracy.
- Facilitate networking and further co-operation between participants and their organizations for
issues concerning ML across EU member and neighboring countries. to ensure the further
continuation and follow-up of the project and cooperation on other projects.
How to candidate: You can send an email to eurofrc@gmail.com not lately than 22th August 2018 with your CV and a short motivation letter.

Are you interested? Then, let us know ASAP!

International Visegrad Fund "Youth Combating Radicalization"

Dates: 12th - 19th July 2018
Venue: to be determined, Armenia
Type: Training Course, fully funded by the IVF
Participating countries: Armenia, Poland, Czech Republc, Hungary, Slovakia, Georgia.
Available spots: 2
Topics: youth work, radicalisation of young people, human rights, extremism, international cooperation
Summary: The recent waves of newcomers to Europe in general and certain regions in particular provoked intercultural conflicts within different groups of societies. Lucking of dialogue-oriented actions to bring opinions closer we witness polarization of ideas in society. Radicalization and extremism are as 2 of those consequences. Today we are facing not-welcomed newcomers who are having not-positive experience and are easy “target” for violent groups to recruit, on the other hand we have locals with stereotypes, who can be easily manipulated by populist and nationalist movements. In all the countries involved there are grass root movement, who have successful experience with boosting intercultural and inter-community dialogue and sharing of best practices can be useful for combating radicalization.
The training course is designed for youth leaders and youth workers by developing their competences to work with radicalized youngsters, to build strategy to combat radicalization and extremism by using non formal education as well as the visual thinking tools such as stop motion animation, digital story telling and posters.

 

How to candidate: You can send an email to eurofrc@gmail.com not lately than 7th June 2018 with your CV and a short motivation letter.

Call closed!

 

Erasmus+ Partnership Building Activity "Mobility Bridges Plus"

Dates: 03rd - 10th August 2018
Venue: Łódź, Poland
Type: Erasmus+ KA1, fully funded by the EU Programme
Available spots: 2
Participating countries: Poland, Italy, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Georgia, Spain, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia and Russian Federation.
Topics: Project Manadement, project design, Eastern partnership cooperation, quality framework, activities design, non-formal education and competences of youth workers.
Summary: The Partnership Building Activity “Mobility Bridges Plus” (MB+) is a shared idea from Organizations coming from Poland, Italy, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Spain, Belarus, Armenia, Russia, Georgia and Ukraine. Its main aim is to create and multiply qualitative youth projects to tackle important causes in compliance to the missions and objectives of our organizations.
The objectives established by our partnerships for the PBA are:
- To provide a space for the design of Erasmus+ projects in the framework of Eastern and Caucasus cooperation with Europe;
- To allow youth workers and their organizations in tailoring new methods and curricula;
- To talk about the future of youth work in a professional level while cooperating for non-formal education and holistic approach;
- To deal with issues and matters and to nail how to overcome obstacles among the involved countries in the field of youth work;
- To share best practices and experiences through the analysis of our common needs for the upcoming years;
- To support the idea of youth mobility among the European countries, Eastern and Causcasus cooperation;
- To share the values and the benefits of the Erasmus+ Programme and spread its results.
The project will last a bow period of 6 months, and the 7 full days implementation phase will take place in Łódź (Poland) from 3rd to 10th August 2018, welcoming its participants to cooperate for the future of youth work.
How to candidate: You can send an email to eurofrc@gmail.com not lately than 18th June 2018 with your CV and a short motivation letter.

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Erasmus+ Youth Exchange "Talk on Democracy in EuroMed"

Dates: estimated for November 2018
Venue: Reggio Calabria, Italy
Type: Erasmus+ KA1, fully funded by the EU Programme
Available spots: 5
Participating countries: Italy, Poland, Spain, Greece, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia.
Topics: democracy building, human rights, youth participation, peace-building, active citizenship, Euro-Mediterranean cooperation.
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Erasmus+ Structured Dialogue "Democracy Youth Builders"

Dates: estimated for September 2018
Venue: Łódź, Poland
Type: Erasmus+ KA3, fully funded by the EU Programme
Available spots: 5
Participating countries: Italy, Poland, Spain, Macedonia, Estonia, Croatia.
Topics: democracy building, human rights, youth participation, structured dialogue, active citizenship, young politics.
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