"Bądź otwarty - zmieniaj świat"
Start date: Sep 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
Project "Be open - change the world!" was created by two partner organizations: The Community Center of Culture and Ecology in Plichtów (coordinating and host organization) and Ayuntamiento de Cuenca (sending organization). Among the participants of the project will be two volunteers, employees of host organization, mentors, youth, local community including representatives of different generations. The actions foreseen in the project include the following topics: teaching and learning foreign languages, creativity and culture, health and well -being . The aim of the project "Be open - change the world!" is to improve basic competencies and skills of young people, to strengthen intercultural dialogue and social integration, to gain the knowledge and new skills through informal and non-formal methods of work, to develop language skills, to provide opportunities to work in the intercultural team and gain skills in working with different age groups.
In order to achieve the scheduled objectives volunteers will work in our organization for 5 months. During that time they will organize workshops allowing to know Spanish culture, meetings, which will develop their skills and creativity and language classes for different age groups. The main product of the project will be the exhibition of Spanish culture. Volunteers will run the blogs presenting their activities within the project, Spanish culture and their mother language. Due to all planned activities we would like to motivate local community to work together and further development. We will make sure that the project will contribute to the largest intercultural integration, increase of tolerance, react against prejudices and at the same time promote broadly defined voluntary service. We believe that the activities planned within the project will motivate younger generations to learn foreign languages and show how crucial the ability to communicate freely with the citizens of Europe is.
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