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The long-term youth exchanges organised by national Youth For Understanding (YFU) organisations are made possible by networks of young volunteers who prepare and support the exchanges. It is part of both the mission and values of the organisation of YFU organisations to promote active citizenship by reaching out to young people and involving them in volunteer work. However, reaching out proves to ...
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Every August and September, YFU organisations across Europe organise trainings for exchange participants who have just arrived in their countries for their year-long stay abroad. Immersed in new countries and cultures, the exchange participants need guidance and support for their adaptation to new multicultural environments as well as for their personal safety and wellbeing. However, there is a gr ...
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F!rst

Start date: Feb 1, 2013,

In Europe, each year over 2,500 teenagers participate in yearlong youth exchanges organised by YFU. Their experience abroad, integrating into a new family and school, making new friends and learning a new language, is a profound one where they are challenged to develop intercultural competences. Dedicated volunteers and youth workers shape this experience. The ‘F!rst’ training course will bring to ...
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Get ready!

Start date: Dec 1, 2011,

Annually, 2500 European youth prepare to go abroad on a long-term school exchanges organised by YFU and one of the most important steps before this is to take part in a Pre-Departure Orientation that helps students prepare for the intercultural experience that they will take part in during the coming year. While pre-departure orientations are a basic part of YFU youth mobility programmes, their co ...
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Open Networking and Synergy Meeting

Start date: Dec 1, 2010,

Following the outcomes of several consultations and work on organisational priorities, it has become clear that EEE-YFU should become a greater facilitator of horizontal co-operation between its European member youth organisations, specifically in the form of projects. At the same time YFU is faced with the challenge of integrating new social networking and web 2.0 technologies into its field of w ...
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... . Volunteer youth workers from 12 countries who support and organise these exchanges will thus come together from secondary school, university and volunteering long term youth exchange organisations (YFU, AFS, ESN, SCI, ICYE) for 6 days in Mollina, Spain to a seminar to 'Bridge the Gap.' On the road to recognising long term youth exchanges, they will deepen their understanding of long term youth m ...
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