Start date: May 1, 2015,
End date: Aug 31, 2015
The youth exchange brought youth together with migration , ethnic, national or Roma minority background to share issue of poverty, marginalization, encourage their inclusion, make their awareness of the importance of active participation in social life.
This was the opportunity for youth group in risk of social exclusion to speak directly about their rights and to create some photos and short movies to promote in the issue of poverty and marginalization and encouraging young people's awareness and commitment to tackling these issues for a more inclusive society.
The exchange empowered young people to take initiative/action and to stimulate their active participation in the local community. They discussed, found out and shared each other the experiences about integration and how the other countries promote their participation. By creating images, photos and short movies the participants had opportunities to express own ideas, to promote cultural diversity and active citizenship.
During the meeting the participants discovered non formal education and their relevance in youth work for active citizenship. The program was based on interactive workshops, games, debates and presentations. The activity promoted successful cooperation, certainly under condition of mutual tolerance and interest to comprehended culture of each other.
Intercultural Learning supported the development of the networking partner countries and to join youth strength and committee to present and realize common projects in the frame of the Erasmus+ and to give the possibilities young people to get skill and knowledge’s how to write projects and how to use the different possibilities that different actions are giving in Erasmus+.
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