To You in Europe σε συνεργασία με τον οργανισμό S.E.M.Ι. της Ιταλίας, σε προσκαλεί να λάβεις μέρος σε μια ξεχωριστή ανταλλαγή νέων, με θέμα την κοινωνική ενσωμάτωση και εμψύχωση των νέων μέσα από μεθόδους δημιουργικής έκφρασης όπως η αφήγηση, η δημιουργική γραφή, το Theatre of the Oppressed κ.α.
‘We are all Equal in Creativity’ is a youth exchange that promotes European values, awareness of other cultures (European and non European), Human rights (in particular Freedom of expression), Self-empowerment of the participants and cooperation between organizations in the youth field. The aim is to empower young Europeans as actors of positive social change by enhancing their self-development through creativity. The project, therefore, focuses on empowering young Europeans by bringing them together in a multicultural environment and involving them in activities that would enhance self-development: Storytelling, Creative writing, Theatre of the oppressed, Role play, Blogging.
The objectives of the project are to encourage young Europeans to become more aware of other cultures (of the hosting country, of the other participants’ and of the asylum seekers hosted in Faenza) and of the Human rights, especially Freedom of expression, in other cultures and countries. The participants will be provided with the necessary knowledge and tools to apply Storytelling and Creative writing to the topics of migration and asylum seeking. Furthermore, they will be provided with the skills to setup and manage a cultural blog in order to organise their ideas and stories, publish and share them online. This way, the participants will be encouraged and empowered to be actors of positive social change in their communities and countries. The project will greatly improve the level of key competences and skills of the participants, support recognition of non-formal and informal learning, create awareness of diversity and encourage the participants to take part in more Erasmus+ projects.
The project involves 30 participants, male and females, aged 18-30 from 6 countries:
– Italy (SE.M.I – Seeds For More Interculture) – Greece (You in Europe) – Spain (Projuven) – Slovenia (Zavod Dobra Pot) – Poland (European House of Youth Meetings) – Romania (ATIC)
The exchange especially focuses (but is not limited to) young Europeans with an interest in Creativity (especially Creative writing and Storytelling), in the topic of migration and the situation of the asylum seekers, in the human rights within European and non European countries. The youth exchange is open to people with fewer opportunities and aims at ensuring gender balance.
In Italy, near Faenza (RA). Ca’ Garlena is where the youth exchange will be. You can see it in the picture bellow. It is a beautiful old country house, in sight of the beautiful Oriolo Tower (on the side).
PAY ATTENTION: There is NO WI-FI and the house is OLD. Although it was renewed and it is used by scout and church groups, it is not an hotel. It’s in the middle of the countryside, very relaxing and in contact with nature. There are 4 big bedrooms, a kitchen, the activity room and a big space outdoors. It’s perfect for sporty people who want to spend some time offline! 😉
You will be provided with breakfast, morning coffe breake, lunch, afternoon coffee break, dinner. During the cultural visit in Faenza we will have lunch at Villa Franchi, a restaurant with typical italian food and pizza.
Το πρόγραμμα χρηματοδοτείται από την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση και το Erasmus+ και καλύπτει στους εθελοντές διαμονή, διατροφή (3 γεύματα την ημέρα) και τα έξοδα ταξιδίου μέχρι το ποσό των 275 ευρώ.
Κόστος συμμετοχής στην ανταλλαγή 30 ευρώ. Εάν είσαι 18-30 ετών και σε ενδιαφέρει να πάρεις μέρος σε αυτή την ξεχωριστή ανταλλαγή, δεν έχεις παρά να συμπληρώσεις την αίτηση ενδιαφέροντος στο παρακάτω link μέχρι την Παρασκευή 23 Ιουνίου 2017.
Αν έχεις απορίες ή ερωτήσεις διάβασε τον mini οδηγό που έχουμε δημιουργήσει για τα προγράμματά μας εδώ: https://youineurope.gr/kit/
Εάν εξακολουθείς να έχεις αναπάντητες απορίες, μη διστάσεις να μας βρεις στο firstname.lastname@example.org.