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Project in Istanbul

  HUMAN BEING

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PLACE AND DATE FOR EXCHANGE: (19-26 April 2019) in Istanbul, Turkey

PARTICIPANTS: 60 young people (1 group leader + 6 participants from each countries)

WHO: 15-30

COUNTRY:  Partner countries will be UK, Macedonia, Turkey, Denmark, Slovakia, Lithuania, Czech Republic and France.

LANGUAGE: The working language will be English.

        SUMMARY OF PROJECT

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Youth exchange ‘HUMAN BEING’ will be held in Istanbul, Turkey with contribution from all partners.

Dates of Youth Exchange (excluding travel dates): 19-26 April 2019

Participants countries: UK, Macedonia, Turkey, Denmark, Slovakia, Lithuania, Czech Republic and France.

Number of Participants: 60 including group leaders.

Principle inspiration of Youth Exchange ‘’HUMAN BEING’’ is to raise comprehension of the participants on gender and gender related issues and to make the participants more gender sensitive. During the Youth Exchange the participants will participate in intelligent lectures, exchanges, debates, simulations or theatre-based exercises and they will chip away at making arrangement of short films on gender issues with plan to aim increase awareness among youngsters on gender and gender equality.

Targets of Youth Exchange ‘’HUMAN BEING’’;

– To raise learning of the participants on gender and gender related issues (gender mainstreaming, gender equality);

– To give the participants a chance to think about the substances in their nations and to recognize steps prompting gender equal society;

– To enable the participants to address gender inequality;

– To build community mindfulness on sexual orientation issues through mindfulness campaign made by the participants during the Youth Exchange;

– To build information of the participants on Erasmus + Program and to urge the participants to participate in youth mobility.

By coming to previously mentioned targets we believed that Youth Exchange ‘’HUMAN BEING’’ will add to making gender equal societies, bringing issues to light among groups on gender-based issues and also will prompt gender strengthening of youngsters in participating countries.

Youth Exchange ‘’HUMAN BEING’’ will be founded on various non-formal education strategies and systems: becoming more acquainted with procedures and techniques to make open and strong condition and break the obstructions between the participants; discussion on the significance of gender equality, introductions of gender realities in participants nations, contrasting the substances and distinguishing the underlying foundations of gender balance, reproduction with intend to increase better comprehension of the result of gender inequality and the part of youngsters during the time spent tending to it, work in mix- intercultural groups on the recordings mirroring the gender issues over partner countries.

Key effect of the Youth Exchange will be on singular level of the participants who will turn out to be more gender sensitivity and prepared to address gender-based discrimination.                

ACTIVITIES AND METHODS

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Working methods Youth Exchange ‘’HUMAN BEING’’ will be founded on various non-formal learning strategies and procedures: becoming acquainted with systems and techniques to make open and strong condition and break the obstructions between the participants; discourse on the significance of gender equality, introductions of gender realities in participants nations, contrasting the substances and recognizing the underlying foundations of gender inequality, recreation with mean to increase better comprehension of the outcomes of gender inequality and the part of youngsters during the time spent tending to it, work in mix-intercultural groups on the recordings mirroring the gender issues over partners countries. Every day the participants will meet in their national groups and think about the project. After meetings in national groups group leader will meet and examine the input from the participants. Other than meetings in national groups the participants will have a chance to ponder advancement of their abilities and reinforce their insight about the part and utilization of Youth Pass. Toward the finish of the project, every participant will get Youth Pass as acknowledgment of their learning comes about.

                                          PARTNERS

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The project will host participants from the following 6 countries;

The partners are from UK, Macedonia, Turkey, Denmark, Slovakia, Lithuania, Czech Republic and France.

TRAVEL COSTS

According to new Erasmus Plus rules, the reimbursement of travel costs will be calculated used a specific program called Distance Calculator:

Country of Origin Country of Destination Distance Band No. of Participants Travel Grant per Participant
UK Istanbul, TR 2000-2999 km 7 360.00
Czech Republic Istanbul, TR 500-1999 km 7 275.00
Denmark Istanbul, TR 2000-2999 km 7 360.00
Macedonia Istanbul, TR 500-1999 km 7 275.00
France Istanbul, TR 2000-2999 km 7 360.00
Lithuania Istanbul, TR 500-1999 km 7 275.00
Slovakia Istanbul, TR 500-1999 km 7 275.00

After sending their tickets and boarding cards, participants will receive reimbursement of their travel costs. Travel expenses (flights and other means of transport) are compensated (up to 100%) based on the actual expenses incurred and the distance from your location of residence to the location of the project (Istanbul, Turkey). These distances must be calculated using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission. We will not send money to each participants. We will send money to the sender organisations which in turn will reimburse the participants.

Accommodation, living and other project-related expenses: 100% funded by the EU. Visa fees are to be covered by participants.

Please note any extra days you wish to stay will be your own responsibility and food etc.

DON’T ASK TO LEAVE PROJECT ONE DAY EARLY TO CATCH YOUR FLIGHT OR BUS. PLEASE BUY YOUR TICKETS ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT DATES.

THE VENUE

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Istanbul (Turkish: İstanbul)), once known as Constantinople and Byzantium before that, is the most populous city in Turkey, and the country’s economic, cultural, and historical center. Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosphorus strait between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its commercial and historical center lies on the European side and about a third of its population lives on the Asian side. The city is the administrative center of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (coterminous with Istanbul Province), both hosting a population of around 14 million residents. Istanbul is one of the world’s most populous cities and ranks as world’s 5th-largest city proper and the largest European city.

Note: Organisers will not provide accommodation for any additional stay in Istanbul. If participants plan to arrive a few days earlier or depart a few days later, they are kindly requested to inform us and we will be glad to offer assistance with booking a hotel. 2 days before project or 2 days after project only allowed. This is no holiday, so please respect the Erasmus+ projects rules.

THE VENUE

NEW PENGUEN HOTEL

Kumburgaz Mh. Milli Egemenlik Cd.

48/1, 34530

Büyükçekmece/İstanbul

T: +90 (212) 885 60 60 T: +90 (212) 885 67 67 F: +90 (212) 885 09 05

E: info@newpenguenhotel.com  W: www.newpenguenhotel.com

You can see pictures from hotel ; http://www.newpenguenhotel.com/galeri.html#prettyPhoto

HOW TO REACH THE HOTEL

We can pick you up from airport. We can collect all participants in one place and take big bus to hotel (if you want us to pick you up). If you want to come yourself, You can take tramway/metro from airport to Yenibosna station. From Yenibosna station you can take bus to Kumburgaz.

Remember that travel costs from the airport to the hotel is part of your total travel budget. We can pick you up from airport if you want, but each participants must pay for travel costs.

ARRIVAL

When you come to the hotel, you will find your name and room number at the reception desk.

There will be 2-6 persons per room. Some of the participants must share a double bed with another participant.

We cannot arrange special room for couples. COUPLES ARE NOT WELCOME TO THIS PROJECT.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served in the hotel.

You do DO NOT NEED to bring your own towels. Note that the special events are not included in accommodation facilities. If you want to take a sauna or enjoy the spa, you will have to pay from your own pocket.

                                   WHAT TO BRING

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Since there is going to be an international evening, we will ask you to bring something traditional, famous or delicious from home. Something that you would like to represent your country with, and share with the others, it can be any kinds of food, drink etc. Check the weather forecast and be prepared for all kinds of weather.

                                HEALTH INSURANCE

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Health insurance is not provided and will not be reimbursed by the organisers. All participants are strongly advised to purchase private travel insurance, as the cost of private health care in Turkey is quite high if you do not have insurance.

                                         PREPARATION

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The organizers will not provide the participants with any kind of insurance! Therefore, we strongly recommend every participant to acquire travel insurance at their own expense for the whole duration of the course. Also, please have a valid EU healthcare insurance card (if applicable).

Each of the participating countries should;

  • Bring all your travel documents as presented above. Print out all your documents even if they are online. We don’t have printing opportunities.
  • Prepare a presentation about the sending organization (initiatives they have previously participated in, non-formal learning methods used, etc.). We want to get to know each other, to find out how people work with youth in other countries, and maybe to cooperate in the future.
  • Prepare a presentation on diversity in their country.
  • Find interesting videos / games / exercises / educational activities on diversity.
  • Prepare energisers that could be done in the morning.
  • Prepare for your country’s cultural evening. Please, try to be fun and creative for this! 🙂 No one likes regular .ppt presentations! Any kind of activities are welcome (e.g. video presentations, dances, songs, games, quizzes, posters, flyers etc.). Don’t forget to bring your national drinks, dishes or snacks to share with others. Also, please prepare a mini (and, of course, fun) language course for the others. We count on you to make these evenings as interactive and fun as possible.
  • check the weather forecast before arrival and bring adequate clothes. Please also bring clothing and shoes that can be used for strenuous activities (such as dancing).
  • Bring good spirit, joy and happiness!!!

Whenever possible, bring your laptops, digital cameras, smart phones and tablets – we will be doing some multimedia work that requires mobile equipment!

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BASIC RULES

All participants are expected to be present and active in all the activities, unless they are ill.

Unauthorized absence from the activities and workshops will not be tolerated.

IF YOU ARE LATE ALL TIME AND DON’T OBEY THE RULES, YOU WILL BE SENT HOME.

Smoking is prohibited everywhere inside buildings, thus all the smokers will have to go outside or to specially designated areas for a cigarette.

ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN in our projects.

  Stress, nerves and bad mood is prohibited everywhere.

  Bring your best mood and big smile with you and keep it through the exchange!

  Prepare for fun! Those who fail to do that will be expelled from the exchange.

                    OUR PARTNERS MUST PROVIDE;

  • Full Police checks for staff who are working with organisation and those who are participating youth exchange.
  • Partner Organisations’ Policies relating to Child Protection, Data Protection and Health and Safety.
  • If you have participants under the 18 years old, participants must provide “Parental Consent form”.
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            SEE YOU ALL IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY

Upcoming project: A NEW STORY BEGINS HERE

A New Story Begins Here, is the name of an upcoming project, which will be held in Poggiardo, Italy from 2-8 of November 2018. There will be 49 participants in the project, aged between 18 and 25, thus making the project an international youth exchange. 

Danish Intercultural Organization will represent Denmark, one out of 7 countries which are partners in this project, others being: Turkey, Spain, Lithuania, Poland, France, and Italy the hosting country. The topic of the project is the European Union and its different aspects. 

The goal of the project is to bring awareness and understanding to the social, juridical and economic differences between the member states and the people of EU. The work method will be non-formal learning in an intercultural dimension, with various activities which will include: games, role-play, stimulations and discussions.

This work method will by the end of the project provide the participants with the capabilities to recognize the importance of the EU and its cultural diversity, causes of social economic problems, the power of the democratic process and the power of the right of European citizens initiative cornerstone of participatory democracy.

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United Europe, 14 -22 October, Nysted/ Denmark


PLACE AND DATE: (14-22 OCTOBER 2017) to NYSTED, DENMARK.

PARTICIPANTS: 60 young people. (8 Youth+1 group leader from each country)

WHO: 18-30

COUNTRY:  Partner countries will be from Denmark, Turkey, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Slovenia and Croatia.

LANGUAGE: The working language will be English.

This event will bring together 60 participants from Denmark, Turkey, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Slovenia and Croatia.

The idea for the United Europe project has arisen in the wake of the growing anti-EU movement in Europe, and the desire to raise awareness among young Europeans about the EU and Erasmus +. Studies have shown that EU countries’ populations have expressed that they do not know enough about the EU project and what possibilities exist under EU auspices. The latest report was commissioned on behalf of the European Commission had shown that 34% of citizens across the member countries not feel say as EU citizens. We want to create a platform for young Europeans, where they have the opportunity to discuss both while getting to learn about their “own” European Union and Erasmus +. They will express what it means to be an European citizen, become aware of the opportunities the EU and Erasmus + has to offer them and become ambassadors for the EU once the project is over. Therein they will, through dialogue and acquaintance with other participants, understand what are the causes of anti-EU movement, why Brexit happened and how to deal with the anti-EU movement.

The goal of the project is that participants must embrace the EU for then to “live out” their inner EU in their local and regional networks, so they spread a positive image of the EU.

The first tangible goal is a manifesto created by the young people themselves, how they determine what values they think the EU should consist of.

The second is a video where all participants are allowed to film something that they believe can be used to show the possibilities in the EU and Erasmus + auspices.

The Anti-EU movement will have a youthful opponents. Young people need to share experiences and tools with each other so that they can agree on what is best practice. Thus they automatically help to promote co-operation that exists between organisations across the country in youth mobility framework. Participants will also feel connected with each other across differences, which is important for the EU’s future.

Deltagere søges til “Active Citizens”- projektet

UNGE SØGES TIL GRATIS UDVEKSLING I HAREBO/NORDSJÆLLAND, HER I NÆSTE MÅNED!

I forbindelse med et projekt organiseret af Danish Intercultural Organisation, søges der lige nu unge til et projekt, som skal foregå i Harebo. Projektet varer fra den 9. – 20. Juli, 2017.
Projekt type: Europæisk ungdomsudveksling / træningskursus. 
Tema: Dette er et EU Erasmus+ projekt ved navn “Active Citizens of the European Union”, som omhandler europæisk medborgerskab og samhørighed.

Varighed: 10 dage – fra 09. – 20. Juli, 2017. 
Deltagende lande: Danmark, Lituaen, Tyrkiet og Bulgarien. 
Antal deltagende: 60 
Alder: 13-30.

Projektet er støttet 100 % af DIO, som også dækker alle kost- og logiudgifter.

 

Second Home 12-20 December 2016, Denmark

Human migration is a global and vital issue of Europe. Annually a total 214 million international migrants are immigrating to other countries. Young people constitute more than 10 % of this sum, yet too little is known about their struggles and experiences of them abroad.
Project is created by all partners that initially worked together on different international projects before. During our cooperation in other projects, we suddenly started a conversation about migration and emigrants problems in our states and we found that all of our countries have different types of issues related to the migration of people which provoked us to create all together this exchange project.
“Second Home” will be implemented in December from 12-20 of December 2016. The aim of the project is to concentrate on the following objectives:
• To focus on the consequences of migration and reflecting on the practice of migrant integration and inclusion in European countries;
• To share best practice in tackling migration, integration and inclusion;
• To exchange experience and good practice related to international/local migration and mobility and its influence on young people in Europe;
• To prepare young people in addressing the challenges and opportunities resulting from migration for young people/society as a whole;
• To raise the competence of young people about the push and pull factors of migration and causes and consequences of migration and how to prevent negative effects of migration (such as discrimination) in society;
• To promote European cooperation between youth organizations promoting youth mobility and support engagement youth with immigrant backgrounds in participating organizations’ activities;
• To provide informal learning opportunities with a European dimension and to create innovative opportunities in connection with active citizenship, especially for the young people with fewer opportunities through the development of new initiatives in the field of migration and mobility for young people within the framework of Erasmus + (Learning Mobility of Individuals).
Immigration to Denmark has increased steadily over the past 30 years, with the majority of new immigrants arriving from Non-Western countries of origin. As of 2014, more than 8% of the population of Denmark consists of immigrants. The population of immigrants is approximately 476,059, excluding Danish born descendants of immigrants to Denmark.
Turkey has traditionally been a country of transit for migrants and, to a much lesser extent, a country of final destination. Turkey is becoming a key transit and destination country for migrants from non-EU Member State countries, including the neighboring ones.
On the other hand, there are many who want to leave Diyarbakir and seek a better life in west part of Turkey. The main problem here is that many of them are educated people who are immigrating to another cities to increase their life conditions e.g. social rights, political situation, social life, higher living standards, etc. A big number of youths see Diyarbakir as a city experiencing lack of opportunities and development. Thus this brings many complications to the business sector and development of economy of the country because de facto Diyarbakir is raising young specialists for the other market. 1 out of 8 young people, especially in the 20 – 29-year-old group in Diyarbakir has concrete plans to leave the city in a search for better life in the nearest future, data from the draft National Strategy for Youth in 2010-2020 of the Education Ministry reveals. Another pair of countries that face a huge immigration flow are Bulgaria and Italia. Those countries have a tradition of dealing with the issue of illegal migration and employment of people without documents. They have a big arsenal of methods, policies and activities which can help us all together to build a strategy of how to resolve this problem at national level and influence internationally. Italy, also faces great challenges due to the high rates of emigration. In 2013 almost twice as many people left the country than came into the country.
The exchange project “Second Home” aims at addressing (illegal) migration and help young people understand the advantages and disadvantages of being an emigrant and apply all of the set objectives. This project will bring awareness to the people and will improve their competences of how to resolve an issues of such an importance which correspond to the Erasmus + goals and KA1 for youth mobility.

Do you want to participate in a youth exchange??

Danish Intercultural Organisation is looking for participants for the project “Second Home” here in Denmark, not far from Copenhagen, from 12th – 20th December 2016. 

The goal of the project is to create an environment where people from different countries will form a mini society which will be based on common understanding and respect.

The project will be in a camp area and there is no cost of participation.
Food and accommodation will be provided by Danish Intercultural Organisation.

Please apply through our application form

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Detailed describtion of the project:

The exchange project “Second Home” aims at addressing (illegal) migration and help young people understand the advantages and disadvantages of being an emigrant and apply all of the set objectives. This project will bring awareness to the people and will improve their competences of how to resolve an issues of such an importance which correspond to the Erasmus + goals and KA1 for youth mobility.

Human migration is a global and vital issue of Europe. Annually a total 214 million international migrants are immigrating to other countries. Young people constitute more than 10 % of this sum, yet too little is known about their struggles and experiences of them abroad.
Project is created by all partners that initially worked together on different international projects before. During our cooperation in other projects, we suddenly started a conversation about migration and emigrants problems in our states and we found that all of our countries have different types of issues related to the migration of people which provoked us to create all together this exchange project.
“Second Home” will be implemented in Copenhagen from 12-20 of December 2016. The aim of the project is to concentrate on the following objectives:
• To focus on the consequences of migration and reflecting on the practice of migrant integration and inclusion in European countries;
• To share best practice in tackling migration, integration and inclusion;
• To exchange experience and good practice related to international/local migration and mobility and its influence on young people in Europe;
• To prepare young people in addressing the challenges and opportunities resulting from migration for young people/society as a whole;
• To raise the competence of young people about the push and pull factors of migration and causes and consequences of migration and how to prevent negative effects of migration (such as discrimination) in society;
• To promote European cooperation between youth organizations promoting youth mobility and support engagement youth with immigrant backgrounds in participating organizations’ activities;
• To provide informal learning opportunities with a European dimension and to create innovative opportunities in connection with active citizenship, especially for the young people with fewer opportunities through the development of new initiatives in the field of migration and mobility for young people within the framework of Erasmus + (Learning Mobility of Individuals).
Immigration to Denmark has increased steadily over the past 30 years, with the majority of new immigrants arriving from Non-Western countries of origin. As of 2014, more than 8% of the population of Denmark consists of immigrants. The population of immigrants is approximately 476,059, excluding Danish born descendants of immigrants to Denmark.
Turkey has traditionally been a country of transit for migrants and, to a much lesser extent, a country of final destination. Turkey is becoming a key transit and destination country for migrants from non-EU Member State countries, including the neighboring ones.
On the other hand, there are many who want to leave Diyarbakir and seek a better life in west part of Turkey. The main problem here is that many of them are educated people who are immigrating to another cities to increase their life conditions e.g. social rights, political situation, social life, higher living standards, etc. A big number of youths see Diyarbakir as a city experiencing lack of opportunities and development. Thus this brings many complications to the business sector and development of economy of the country because de facto Diyarbakir is raising young specialists for the other market. 1 out of 8 young people, especially in the 20 – 29-year-old group in Diyarbakir has concrete plans to leave the city in a search for better life in the nearest future, data from the draft National Strategy for Youth in 2010-2020 of the Education Ministry reveals. Another pair of countries that face a huge immigration flow are Bulgaria and Italia. Those countries have a tradition of dealing with the issue of illegal migration and employment of people without documents. They have a big arsenal of methods, policies and activities which can help us all together to build a strategy of how to resolve this problem at national level and influence internationally. Italy, also faces great challenges due to the high rates of emigration. In 2013 almost twice as many people left the country than came into the country.

UNGE SØGES TIL UDVEKSLING I DANMARK!

Location: Toreby, Nykøbing Falster – Danmark

Projekt type: Europæisk ungdomsudveksling

Tema: et møde med noget eller nogen, der er forskellig fra deres sædvanlige kultur. Ved anvendelse af sådanne kategoriseringer af kultur, antager vi implicit en “fremmedhed” i mødet med mennesker af en anden kulturel baggrund – det såkaldte mødet med de “andre”.

Varighed: 10 dage – fra 16. – 25. November
Deltagende lande: Danmark, Slovakiet og Tyrkiet.
Antal deltagende: 60 (20 fra hvert land).
Projektet er støttet 100 % af DIO som også dækker alle kost- og logiudgifter.

Join the others
“Join the others” er projektet som omfatte en 10-dages ungdomsudveksling i 16-25 november 2015 i Møllevang, Toreby, Danmark hvor der vil i alt være 60 unge. Det vil give os mulighed for at optage flere unge på samme koncept og metoder, men nu med nogle af deltagerne fra kurset som co-facilitatorer. Partnere lande er: Danmark, Tyrkiet og Slovakiet.

I begreber inden for interkulturel læring, er fokus ofte på at forberede enkeltpersoner i et møde med noget eller nogen, der er forskellig fra deres sædvanlige kultur. Ved anvendelse af sådanne kategoriseringer af kultur, antager vi implicit en “fremmedhed” i mødet med mennesker af en anden kulturel baggrund – det såkaldte mødet med de “andre”.

“Join de andre” er et forsøg på at uddybe interkulturel læring, og forsøge at tage det i en positivt ændret retning, hovedsageligt ved at vælge et andet udgangspunkt for sådanne møder med fremmede kulturer. I stedet for at fokusere på mødet mellem mennesker fra forskellige baggrunde, vil vi starte fra en grundlæggende menneskelig erfaring, såsom hvordan vi forholder os til noget, der er anderledes end hvad vi er vant til. Vi vil fokusere på at løse problemer sammen, arbejde på opgaver i tværnationale grupper, og fremvise vores resultater gennem forskellige kreative og kunstneriske udtryksformer. Som sådan vil vi forsøge at nedbryde begreberne “anderledeshed” og “fremmedhed”, og forsøge at blive klar over, hvor sådanne “mærkværdigheder” i mødet med de andre, opstår – uanset om det er iblandt os selv eller et eller andet sted i vores samfundsmæssige omgivelser.

De generelle mål for projektet er:
– At give en mulighed for ungdomsledere og unge til at reflektere over deres møder med ”de andre” på forskellige niveauer.
– At give deltagerne mulighed for at opleve emnet interkulturel læring fra et nyt og usædvanligt perspektiv.
De specifikke mål for aktiviteten ungdomsudveksling er:
– At støtte de unge i deres personlige vækst ved at udfordre stereotype opfattelser og måder at handle på.
– At give unge mulighed for at reflektere over personlige emner gennem kunstneriske udtryksformer.
– At give en mulighed for unge til at samarbejde i multinationale teams og til at lære dem om den kulturelle mangfoldighed verden har at byde på.

Nogle af spørgsmålene som bliver berørt af begge aktiviteter i projektet, kan godt være noget abstrakte. Derfor er det vigtigt at arrangørerne er kreative i formuleringen af konkrete metoder, som kan tilskynde til refleksion omkring emnet blandt alle deltagere. Vi vil arbejde med metoder fra ikke-formel uddannelse, og vil bruge konkrete øvelser såsom “Albatross”, “Et skridt fremad”, “passerer grænsen”, og andre konkrete øvelser, som vi har gode erfaringer med. Et meget vigtigt aspekt er at være grundig i evalueringen af hver dag i projekt forløbet, for at kunne fremme passende behandling hos deltagerne, og hjælpe deltagerne med at forstå det tunge materiale der følger med. Til det formål vil vi afsætte tid, hver eneste dag for gruppe og individuel refleksion.

Vi forudser, at en afgørende påvirkning på alle deltagere vil være, at de bliver mere bevidste om opfattelser, stereotyper, fordomme, etc. Blandt dem selv, i kulturer, gruppedynamik, etc. Deltagerne vil få en forståelse af interkulturel læringsmidler og anderledes begreber i relation til det. De vil også blive fortrolig med tanken om en fredskultur, som de praktiserer både under uddannelsen og ungdomsudvekslingen. Målet vil være at nå ud til alle 60 deltagere i ungdomsudveksling, hjulpet på vej af det tidligere kursus, og tilskynde til en vis grad af selvrefleksion i dem alle med hensyn til projektets emne.

Udover at vi vil give rigelig tid og støtte til udvikling af nye projekter (i de åbne rum sessioner, samt uformelle møder), er det også et mål, at støbe kommende nye projekter, der iværksættes som opfølgningen i vores projekt. Det er den mest effektive måde at sprede resultaterne af vores projekt tilbage til de initiativtagende organisationer og deres lokale sammenhænge.

Er det noget du kunne tænke dig at være med til? Så ansøg her! Husk at skrive navn, alder, tlf. nr., mailadresse, interesser samt lidt om dig selv når du ansøger.

For tilmelding skriv til shab@dio.life

Boosting Abilities By Empowering Languages 2

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Vi har brug for 5 personer, som kan deltage i et godkendt projekt i Vibo Valentia, Italien, fra den 5 til den 13 oktober 2015.

Dette er et EU Erasmus+ projekt ved navn “Boosting Abilities By Empowering Languages 2”, som omhandler sprog og kommunikation.

Uddybende information omkring projektet kommer længere nede.

Kost og logi dækkes 100 % af værtsorganisationen inProgress Calabria (iPC).

Rejseudgifter dækkes op til 170 Euro af (iPC).

Flydende engelsk er ikke et must!

Der er et tilmeldingsgebyr på 250 DKK, som giver et medlemskab af DIO.

Interesse i emnet og ønske om at bidrage konstruktivt til projektet, er de forventninger vi har til deltagerne.

Hvis du gerne vil deltage så skriv til vores mail.

get@dio.life

PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR:
YOUTH EXCHANGE

BABEL 2 is an exchange of 60 young people from Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Greece, Hungary, Turkey and Denmark representing 7 linguistic stocks of Europe who participated in the first project, BABEL, plus the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Serbia, which will allow us to expand the project to new linguistic stocks ( Albanian, Armenian, Altaic, caucasian and south – Slavic, with the chance to discover the Cyrillic alphabet).

The project is a follow-up of BABEL: Boosting Abilities By Empowering Languages thanks to the hugely successful and highly effective impact that the project had.

Therefore, all partners have decided to remake BABEL to:

1 ) improve the techniques used and make them usable by other NGO by sharing in OER material products ;

2 ) more effective and participatory preparation phase and the implementation phase of the project in order to improve and

strengthen the non – formal techniques used , and promote greater and active collaboration between the countries;

3 ) extend the initiative to more countries since the previous project we noticed how the understanding of different languages

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resulting from similarities intrigues and motivates positively the active participation of young people involved

The Working Method of the activities is the non-formal learning approach. The timetable is a draft. Small changes can be adopted for logistic needs.

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Are we Charlie? – I am, you are, we are the future

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Personer mellem 18-30 år søges til et projekt “Are we Charlie? – I am, you are, we are the future”.

Projektet går ud på at diskutere, hvad der definerer den europæiske civilisation, hvordan skal man definere grænserne mellem religion og sekularisme, og hvordan skal den fælles europæiske fremtid se ud.

Datoen for projektet er 20/09 – 04/10, og foregår i Bordeaux, Frankrig.

Kost og logi under opholdet er 100 % dækket ind af værtsorganisationen Association AUX COULEURS DU DEBA (ACDD).

Rejseudgifter dækkes op til 170 Euro af ACDD, som bliver betalt efter projektet er afsluttet. (I danske kroner svarer det til 1270 DKK.)

Der er et tilmeldingsgebyr på 250 DK, som giver et medlemskab af DIO. Hvis du gerne vil deltage så skriv til vores mail get@dio.life

Detaljeret info:

Erasmus + Youth Exchange “Are we Charlie? – I am, you are, we are the future” vil samle 40 unge og gruppeledere fra forskellige organisationer baseret i Bulgarien, Italien, Letland, Norge, Danmark, Portugal og Frankrig med det formål at løse nuværende europæiske problemer. De vigtigste mål for udvekslingen er:

– Diskutere hvilke problemstillinger Europa står overfor, vedrørende religion og sekularisering.

– Forstå årsagerne til nuværende problemer i Europa.

– Arbejde på tværs af nationaliteter og i fællesskab forsøge at skabe løsninger, der tager hensyn til de forskellige befolkningsgrupper i Europa.

 

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