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A Place called Home – Discover Identities and Cult
Start date: 01 Aug 2012,

Participants will collaborate in a structured programme of work involving young people and leaders to explore the issues of home and national identity and be asked to examine the following questions: What is home? In an age of immigration – wishful and forced - and globalisation, where is home? Is it where you live now or where you come from? Is it where your parents come from? Can home be more than one place? Do you feel part of the European ‘home’? What does this mean? What are the similarities and differences between life in capital cities and villages, between Western Europe and Eastern Europe and Caucasus?The participants will:• Use a range of theatre-arts and other non-formal learning methods which will act as catalysts for dialogue and shared learning• Develop a range of creative skills alongside personal and social development• Research and discover the richness and diversity at the heart of their own cultural landscapes• Connect with peers from another country to explore common ground and differences• Disseminate and share their learning/experiences with the communities in which they live on return homeThe Georgian youth organisation Youth for the World will host the youth exchange in Kobuleti (Georgia). Its dates are 13th until 23rd of October 2012. 32 young people and 8 group leaders from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Moldova and Turkey will participate in the project.
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  •   24 905,00
  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Cooperation with neighbouring partner countries
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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