Say NO to Negative
Start date: Sep 5, 2016,
End date: Sep 4, 2017
Project „Say NO to Negative“ aims are to reach Youth attention to the problems, which migrants faces and search for the possible solutions. Also, to look into the features of social networks and the importance of being tolerant, while you are communicating in social networks. It is a project about the importance of integration of migrants’ to the society and social networks‘ features. The main objectives of the project are: to develop young people’s ability to choose information critically, to encourage tolerance and understanding and to gain knowledge about possible threats of “Facebook” and other social networks. To encourage young people to be brave and do not afraid of being tolerant with other mentality people, migrants, etc. Great attention will be paid to the development of participants’ various competences: English skills, public speaking, ability to work in a group and etc.In the main activity of the project – 6 day international exchange- 34 people from 4 different European countries will take part in. At least 5 participants will be migrants, who could share their experience, emotions, thoughts and difficulties they face with other participants. A non – competitive atmosphere will help them to master a newly gained knowledge and skills. Interesting, involving innovative methods will be applied. With a help of additional dissemination tools and presentations made by participants we will get familiar with the peculiarities of different cultures and share our experiences.During this project, we will create “Facebook” page, where we will encourage our friends and community to be more tolerant and present the results of our projects (suggestions, results of our discussions, etc.). There followers could find information about tolerance, migrants: their problems and ways, how we can solve them, the safety of private information in social networks, ways, how to fight with the problem of twit on the internet. There we will share the video about the importance of tolerance, which will be created during the youth exchange.
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