Start date: Aug 10, 2015,
End date: Dec 9, 2015
The "Rural mola" project, is a multilateral European exchange in which the participation of 30 young people between 18 and 30 years (including youth leaders) from 6 different countries: Italy, Portugal, Croatia, Romania and Spain from 21th to September 30th, 2015 and in the Galician town of Senderiz.
"Rural Mola" is a fundamental objective awareness to combat youth rural depopulation, and ultimately, the disappearance of peoples and traditions. Besides showing obvious examples of generating self-employment opportunities in rural areas without having to leave their places of origin. Through, different dynamics and games aimed at raising awareness of young people in the environment and the analysis of the situation of youth unemployment in the activities of the organizations to which they belong, the participants will be developing a volunteering where we actively promote helping to the communities and governments to situation alleviate an increasingly and most pervasive problem: the gradual disappearance of our rural environment and our origins and multiple consequences that entails for tourism, economy, boosting the rural life and, first of all, nature itself.
Thus, this project aims to be an analysis of how sustainable are our activities and, above all, draw a number of proposals that allow us to be more consistent in our actions to preserve the environment and consequently our peoples.
The language of the project will be English.
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