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“Matrix of education” Stari Grad, Croatia

Training "Matrix of education" was held in Stari Grad, island Hvar, in the period 06.09. to 15.09.2016 year. The training was attended by a total of 27 participants from: Croatian, Denmark,UK, Spain, Norway, Italy, Estonia, Hungary, Romania, Lithuania, Slovakia and Macedonia.

December 31st, 2016|Training Course|

First Intercultural Dialogue

First Intercultural Dialogue „First Intercultural Dialogue“ started on 10th September when students from Slovakia and Romania came to Navodari, Romania looking for a new adventure. For these teenagers between the age of 17 to 19 it was a great opportunity since they never had such chance to practice English. The purpose of the project was to get to know more about each other's culture, customs and lifestyle to become better European

December 28th, 2016|Youth Exchange|

Graphical Facilitation

Graphical Facilitation “Graphical Facilitation” is KA1 Mobility of young people- Training Course project financed by European Commission under Erasmus+ programme that took place between 30.10.2015 – 08.11.2015 in Obrucna, Slovakia aiming to develop practical abilities on how to apply graphic facilitation in the youth work of 48 youth workers inside 10 non-profit organizations from 10 countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Lithuania.

June 28th, 2016|Training Course|

Together 4 Our Environment

It is said that no great story starts by eating salad at a dinner table. Well this story is not an exception. It started at 25th of January when 46 young, active, eco- friendly and motivated people from 6 different countries such as France, Slovakia, Romania, Macedonia, Lithuania and Spain left to France for the great life adventure in Reunion island. The aim and the cause of the trip was a project under Erasmus+ Youth Exchange “Together 4 Our Environment”. This project was dedicated to active citizenship involvement as well as involvement in environmental protection through selective waste collection process. It was a great opportunity to engage young activists to recycle, reduce the waste and do little step to save the planet.

February 20th, 2016|Youth Exchange|