A(ctive) C(onnected) T(olerant) young people!
Start date: May 20, 2015,
End date: Oct 19, 2015
Project: A(ctive)C(onnected)T(olerant) young people!”
Bilateral Youth Exchange with participants from Bulgaria and Italy between 18 and 30 years.
Location: Isernia - Italy
Activity duration: 7 days of activities
Participants: 24 people - 12 participants per country (+2 leaders, one per each country)
Partner organizations: SFIDE scarl (Italy) and Foundation Korenyak (Bulgaria)
The main aim of this project is to stimulate active citizenship and to promote European identity and multicultural dialogue among young people using methods of non-formal education and intercultural cooperation. The focus of the project is related to raising awareness of European citizenship and motivation of young people for active social participation; stimulation of the interest and positive attitudes of the young participants to different cultures; promotion of intercultural dialogue, tolerance and mutual understanding between young people from different European countries; promotion of international cooperation in the youth field.
The project offers a variety of activities and methods of non formal education, such as presentations, debates, role plays, traditional dance representations, traditional cooking etc... All are related to the promotion of youth active citizenship, European awareness and identity, intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding.
The project methodology is based on the learning process, the social and professional development of all participants through approaches of non formal and informal education. In this regard, the activities allow and encourage the active participation of all involved and the development of new skills and competencies.
In the long term, the project will contribute to strengthen the sense of European identity among young people, to improve their attitudes towards different cultures and EU issues. Also, this project creates conditions and opportunities to deepen partnerships between the organizations involved and to increase long-term cooperation in the youth field.
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