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Colour Our World

Start date: May 1, 2016, End date: Mar 31, 2017,

... their stereotypes and prejudices and will engage in activities supporting intercultural understanding rather than discrimination acts and intolerance. Intercultural education of the youth today can serve as the cornerstone for more peaceful societies of tomorrow.
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Integrating social marketing in everyday youth work

Start date: Sep 1, 2015, End date: Apr 30, 2016,

In the face of high youth unemployment, young people look for opportunities to distinguish themselves on the labour market, including through learning mobility. And while youth organisations, like YFU, fully understand the benefits of secondary school long-term mobility programmes, youth organisations need a new approach to effectively reach young people through their digital and social media cha ...
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Helping Hand

Start date: Sep 1, 2014, End date: Sep 30, 2015,

In Europe, over 2,500 teenagers participate annually in 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 experience cultural diversity. Dedicated volunteers and youth workers shape this first-hand intercultural experience and make it possible. They nee ...
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Speak Out

Start date: Aug 1, 2014, End date: Jul 31, 2015,

Through their secondary school long-term (1 year) home stay youth exchanges, Youth For Understanding organisations, such as Sdrujenie Mladezh za razbiratelstvo Bulgaria (YFU Bulgaria) are present in over 50 countries around the world, promoting the values of intercultural understanding, mutual respect and social responsibility. In some countries and at European level, YFU is also active in youth ...
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Steering the Ship

Start date: Aug 1, 2014, End date: May 31, 2015,

Youth For Understanding (YFU) organisations throughout Europe are volunteer-led non-profit youth organisations that primarily organise and facilitate secondary school long-term (1 year) youth exchanges to another country of the world. Working with minors who participate in such intense learning experiences means there is a high amount of responsibility on YFU boards and their young elected volunt ...
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iVolunteer for Europe

Start date: Jul 3, 2014, End date: May 2, 2015,

In Europe, over 2,500 teenagers participate annually in 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 experience cultural diversity. Dedicated volunteers and youth workers shape this first-hand intercultural experience and make it possible. Voluntee ...
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Creative Wave

Start date: Aug 1, 2014, End date: Feb 27, 2015,

... uidity and constant change. We can identify this phenomena especially in the employment section where new demands arise and acquiring more skills is a given expectation. This has a strong impact upon youth's quality of life. Committed volunteers are constantly working in bridging the gap between market's requirements and youth's development, therefore the need of empowering creative, alternative w ...
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Every year, European Youth For Understanding (YFU) organisations host exchange participants in over 1000 volunteer host families who are a main target group for YFU to increase tolerance and intercultural understanding. Today, most host families are identified through networking with the parents of the exchange students who are sent abroad from each country. Whilst YFU has many programmes to give ...
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... education methods, and c) include a European dimension in on-arrival orientations. In addition, many volunteers in new and developing YFU organisations in Central and Eastern Europe lack experienced youth workers to serve as role models in their own countries to learn from. So, the Training Course for leaders of on-arrival orientations will gather together 23 youth workers from 13 countries in Ch ...
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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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Approaching education

Start date: Nov 1, 2012,

A holistic approach to educationThe mission of YFU organisations worldwide is to foster intercultural learning through long term youth exchanges. 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 challe ...
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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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... ational levels to the values and goals of YFU and AFS organisations in order to encourage young people's active participation and raise awareness of the interdependence of national and European level youth policy. The training is a part of a broader strategy on empowering national organisations to promote democratic participation among their volunteers in order to prepare them for the responsibili ...
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Open Networking and Synergy Meeting

Start date: Dec 1, 2010,

... he 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 work. So, du ...
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As boarders within Europe turn from barriers to opportunities and as intercultural competences become a necessity both within communities and at the workplace, the youth of. Europe are also becoming more mobile. They are not just going on holidays, they are increasingly becoming participants of long term youth exchanges. And yet, these youth are faced with the challenge of the inevitable return to ...
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