Environment for Inclusion 3
Start date: Mar 1, 2015,
End date: Sep 30, 2015
32 participants from 13 to 17 years old coming from Italy, Sweden, Estonia, Romania and Finland will join in a center of environmental education (Panta Rei) to Passignano sul Trasimeno, Italy, for a 8 days youth exchange named “Environment 4 inclusion 3”. All the national groups are made by clients of youth centres or shelters or high schools and they are accompanied by their leaders. All the participants have socio-economical and/or geographical fewer opportunities. The themes of the activities will be ecology, environmental sustainability, healthy lifestyle, social inclusion, sport activities, intercultural learning. Each group will prepare the intercultural evening with some traditional food and its country presentation. Participants will prepare a video, a sketch or a presentation about environmental excelles in their coutries and they’ll facilitate some activities (warm up). This project will be characterized by activities like name games, teambuildings and icebreackers in its first part; workshops like creative recycling laboratories, excursions and outdoor activites like sports and games in the second part. At the end of the project there will be the organisation and the implementation of the final event, that will be an exposition of the results of the workshops made by participants in the main square of the village, involving local community. Finally during the last day, we will organise evaluation activities and the Youthpass ceremony.
This international exchange wants to achieve the following objectives: giving participants the opportunity to experience multisectoral learning that stimulates participants to examine a healthy lifestyle, tied to respect of nature and environment sustanibility; promote intercultural learning and social inclusion through non-formal education activities, rediscovering values such as sharing, team working and not competitive sport; promote and experience of meeting, sharing and growing up out of daily life, in which participants learn to put themselves in the game; ncreasing participants' manual and creative skills through different workshops;
sharing good skilles and tied partnership for future collaborations; promoting the Erasmus plus program and improving and expanding the network of European partners of joint association.
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