Project Name: Race for Tolerance – How to organize a demonstration Dates: 1st – 10th October 2018 (APV Webinar 21st – 23rd September) Type: Erasmus+ Youth Exchange (KA1 – Youth Mobility) Participants needed: 4 participants and 1 youth leader Age: 18+ Location: Newcaslte, UK Costs: Travel costs covered up to a limit of €360. Food and accommodation 100% free. Membership fee of 5 EUR for non-members. Participation fee Malta - €10. Participation fee of host TBC during APV. Host Organisation: Mostar Friedensprojekt e.V. Countries Participating: Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Romania, Malta, UK Sending Organisation: Malta UNESCO Youth Association The project “Race for Tolerance” revolves around tolerance as being an intrinsic ideology. This YE will focus on proving that tolerance is one of the most important pillars for long-lasting peace and key at improving tomorrow’s society. For anyone who wants to know more, we could say ―google it! … but through this YE, participants will say … ―Explain it to others! ‖, ―YOU, bring tolerance to the people. This is what this project is about. During this project, 40 participants from all across Europe will learn to develop and teach each other methods on how to create tolerance in the immediate community. The scope of the project will culminate through a Tolerance Race that will be organized out on the road for the people of the village. Interested applicants are to fill the participation form: https://www.cognitoforms.com/MUYA1/participationform Deadlines for applications is 14th September.
Project Name: Race for Tolerance – How to organize a demonstration Dates: 1st – 10th October 2018 (APV Webinar 21st – 23rd September) Type: Erasmus+ Youth Exchange (KA1 – Youth Mobility) Participants needed: 4 participants and 1 youth leader Age: 18+ Location: Newcaslte, UK Costs: Travel costs covered up to a limit of €360. Food and accommodation 100% free. Membership fee of 5 EUR for non-members. Participation fee Malta - €10. Participation fee of host TBC during APV. Host Organisation: Mostar Friedensprojekt e.V. Countries Participating: Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Romania, Malta, UK Sending Organisation: Malta UNESCO Youth Association The project “Race for Tolerance” revolves around tolerance as being an intrinsic ideology. This YE will focus on proving that tolerance is one of the most important pillars for long-lasting peace and key at improving tomorrow’s society. For anyone who wants to know more, we could say ―google it! … but through this YE, participants will say … ―Explain it to others! ‖, ―YOU, bring tolerance to the people. This is what this project is about. During this project, 40 participants from all across Europe will learn to develop and teach each other methods on how to create tolerance in the immediate community. The scope of the project will culminate through a Tolerance Race that will be organized out on the road for the people of the village. Interested applicants are to fill the participation form: https://www.cognitoforms.com/MUYA1/participationform Deadlines for applications is 14th September.
Title: LEADER - Links for Rural Development Dates: 11th – 19th July 2018 Type: Erasmus+ (KA1 – Youth Mobility) Participants needed: 4 participants and 1 youth leader Age: 18 – 26, leader may be 26+ Location: Viseu, Portugal Costs: Travel costs covered up to a limit of €275. Food and accommodation 100% free. Membership fee of 5 EUR for non-members. Participation fee Malta - €10. Host Organisation: Fajuvis Countries Participating: Bulgaria, Slovakia, Lithuania, Poland and Malta Sending Organisation: Malta UNESCO Youth Association The project “LEADER” aims to enhance natural resources through: sustainable environmental management and development of rural areas. This project will also follow the creation of a historical consciousness of rural areas, in a logic participation of European integration by bringing together many young people from different countries and cultures to confront this issue, always focusing on enhancing their personal and professional skills in acquisition of transversal skills for personal development and subsequent integration in the labor market. The future of rural areas is a current concern and transcends national borders. The project stems from several discussions in several EU institutions which were put into action since 1991. In this period, the LEADER program was created for the promotion and development of rural areas, based on a territorial approach to rural development through the application of decentralized procedures, both relation to decision-making and in financial management. It is intended that the activities during this project occur in rural areas, contributing to the effective development of youth activities and to improve the organization of civil society capacity and the immediate the local community in the participants’ own countries. Interested applicants are to fill the participation form: https://www.cognitoforms.com/MUYA1/participationform Deadlines for applications forms extended to 24th June.
Title: LEADER - Links for Rural Development Dates: 11th – 19th July 2018 Type: Erasmus+ (KA1 – Youth Mobility) Participants needed: 4 participants and 1 youth leader Age: 18 – 26, leader may be 26+ Location: Viseu, Portugal Costs: Travel costs covered up to a limit of €275. Food and accommodation 100% free. Membership fee of 5 EUR for non-members. Participation fee Malta - €10. Host Organisation: Fajuvis Countries Participating: Bulgaria, Slovakia, Lithuania, Poland and Malta Sending Organisation: Malta UNESCO Youth Association The project “LEADER” aims to enhance natural resources through: sustainable environmental management and development of rural areas. This project will also follow the creation of a historical consciousness of rural areas, in a logic participation of European integration by bringing together many young people from different countries and cultures to confront this issue, always focusing on enhancing their personal and professional skills in acquisition of transversal skills for personal development and subsequent integration in the labor market. The future of rural areas is a current concern and transcends national borders. The project stems from several discussions in several EU institutions which were put into action since 1991. In this period, the LEADER program was created for the promotion and development of rural areas, based on a territorial approach to rural development through the application of decentralized procedures, both relation to decision-making and in financial management. It is intended that the activities during this project occur in rural areas, contributing to the effective development of youth activities and to improve the organization of civil society capacity and the immediate the local community in the participants’ own countries. Interested applicants are to fill the participation form: https://www.cognitoforms.com/MUYA1/participationform Deadlines for applications forms extended to 24th June.