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Break the bricks! Youth for solidarity and respect
Start date: Aug 1, 2012,

The project "Break the bricks! Youth for solidarity and respect in a common Europe" is a direct follow-up activity of the exchange projects “Common pathways against xenophobia – European Youth shares tolerance and understanding” (2010) and “Tear down this wall! Youth for a common future in Europe” (2011) and aimed to encourage the participation of young people in public life, to facilitate the achievement of their potential as active and responsible European citizens and to make them active against xenophobic and racist tensions in their local communities and in Europe. Intense dealing with the reasons, mechanisms and results of poverty and marginalisation as xenophobia and racism tensions as well as thinking and acting as responsible European citizen against these tendencies will help to overcome discrimination and exclusion sustainably. The planned activities are encouraging young people's awareness and commitment to tackle these issues for a more inclusive society – in their home communities as well as on European level. By various creative workshops, discussions and practical activities the invited young people will take own initiative and share their experiences, discuss different opinions with other young people, reflect own positions and benefit from the knowledge of other participants. Finally this will lead to a public street action day where the results of the mutual cooperation will be presented to the public. The project which gathers young people from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Germany and Turkey will take place in Kljuc, BiH, 21st - 30th of September 2012.
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  •   15 496,00
  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Cooperation with neighbouring partner countries
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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