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Voice of Nagyvázsony
Start date: 01 Mar 2015, End date: 28 Feb 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Fekete Sereg Youth Association will host 4 voulnteers for long term EVS in partnership with Zöld Nap Association, Decouves Verte, Volunteer Centre in Kielce and IJD implement “Voice of Nagyvázsony”, a 24 months long EVS project in Nagvyázsony, Hugary that offers for young people from France, Germany, Poland and Romania a possibility to discover the cultural diversity in the country of Hungary. For the EVS volunteer will be given the opportunity to share their experience with the children and youngsteers between 13-18 years old, to share his/her experience in the youth work, to encourage his/her initiatives through non-formal education and outdoor activities. The activities will include organising and assisting in the following: - Plan and implement European and local youth events in and for local youth club - Assist the children in youth club to get better immage about computer operation - To take part in voice of Nagyvázsony activities, making youtube chanel with voices of Nagyvázsony with photos for the web page of the organization with the local volunteers, - Cooperate with partner organizations in organizing various events (weekend workshops, roma week, cleaning the stream etc) - Attend the meetings with staff regarding their responsibilities - Work with different youth projects what is running in this time in the Host organization During the EVS project non-formal methods will be used, such as: active movement games, workshops, presentation of ideas, brain-storming, sharing best practices, outdoor games, meet local youngsters and youth leaders, exercise local handcraft activities. The working language of the EVS will be the Hungarian and English. The impact of the project results: The children in our center will be richer for 4 different culture, colour. They will learn different cultur as well. It will be not visible but they will develeop the social skills of our children.
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