Youth in the European traditions
Start date: Jul 1, 2010,
The main goal of the " Young people in the tradition of Europe " project is to connect youth groups from five different European regions - the Balkans - Central Europe and Scandinavia , through theater and folk customs as they stimulate about common thinking in future initiatives and solutions for the EU so it can create a bridge of understanding between young people of a common Europe. The participants represent different cultures , live in different social and economic circumstances. Each group in their home country Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Czech republic and Bulgaria will prepare a typical custom. Gathered together we will study the lifestyles of the other in everyday problems of young people from different countries. We will jointly produce a performance built on the basis of different traditions and customs concerning the benefits of European funds with a variety of theater, music and dance. We will meet in combined workshops with the customs of their partners. The most attractive folk custom, we will prepare and unite in a single performance, titled "Tradition and Present" . This product will be piblicated and will submit it to the local community. In Lyaskovets , Gorna Oryahovitsa, Arbanassi, Sevlievo and Etara . This will demonstrate the unifying nature of initiative different traditions, good teamwork and young initsiativnostt in solving the European policies. The activity will allow to use different theatrical techniques: verbal, dance, pantomime and other methods for creative work. At the same time they will discover their similarities and differences, concerns and problems and find common features of European Community. Working together, we will use untraditional approach for solving these problems . Will participate in the activity. In this activity will participate 58 people ( 50 youth and 8 leaders ) . We intend to feasible this program in Gorna Oriahovitsa , Lyskovets , Sevlievo , Gabrovo . The program starts 10th of August to 22nd of August 2010 .
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