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  • slovenya'da gençlik değişim projesi için ortak araniyor:

    gençlik değişim projeleri (eylem 1.1) hakkında detaylı bilgiyi ulusal ajans'tan alabilirsiniz (http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340)

    dear all,

    youth organisation in slovenia (celje) is planning to organize multilateral youth exchange within the programme "youth in action" this summer. therefore we are searching for interested partner organizations.
    date: 25.7. - 1.8.2011
    themes / topics: healthy lifestyle, sport, food
    target group: youth between 16-24 years (6 + 1 group leader)
    location and accomodation: slovenia, celje, mcc hostel (http://www.mc-celje.si/en/hostel_description_1/)
    if you are interested, please contact sonja majcen (info.pentlja@mc-celje.si)

    with regards!

    sonja majcen
    tadej lebic
    celje youth center

    tel: +38634908740
    m.: +38631374648
    e-mail: info@mc-celje.si
    web: www.mc-celje.si
  • gürcistan'da eğitim kursu projesi için ortak araniyor

    eğitim kursları, ab gençlik programı (ulusal ajans) kapsamında yürütülen eylemlerden biridir (eylem 3.1.2). detaylı bilgi ulusal ajans'tan (http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340) alınabilir. bir program ülkesi olduğumuz için bu projeye türkiye'den ortak olabilirsiniz.

    title: youth on the move: european migration and youth mobility

    this six-day training course, taking place in chakvi, georgia, in
    september 22-29, 2011, will gather 32 youth workers from eu and eeca
    countries to address issues pertaining to challenges and opportunities
    related to migration and mobility in europe. issues such as east-west
    and south-north migration, european mobility programmes as well as
    raising awareness of the challenges of international migration and the
    role of young people in it will be discussed. as a result of the
    training course, participating youth workers will gain knowledge and
    skills necessary in developing migration and mobility-related projects
    in their countries and communities.

    project objectives:

    - to foster reflection on different dimensions of migration
    and mobility (east-west, south-north, internal and international,
    permanent and seasonal, amongst others) among participants

    - to facilitate and exchange of experience and good practice
    in youth work, related to international migration and mobility and its
    influence on young people in eu and eeca countries

    - to train youth workers in addressing the challenges and
    opportunities resulting from migration with young people in their

    - to equip youth workers with knowledge of european mobility
    schemes, with particular reference to the evs scheme and other
    volunteering programmes and the new youth on the move initiative of the
    european commission

    - to promote european co-operation between youth
    organisations in the field of migration and youth mobility

    - to develop new initiatives in the field of migration and
    mobility for young people within the framework of the youth in action
    programme as well as outside of it

    date: september 22-29, 2011

    venue: chakvi, georgia (seaside region, 8 km from batumi)

    duration: 6 days

    all interested organizations, we kindly ask to send part 3 via email
    scanned version in pdf or jpg format to:

    nadja_rein@yahoo.de & "beata bankowska" beata@droni.org and post, to this address:

    and original by 15th march 2011:

    to: nadja rein, c/o hr&ec
    66 nottingham road
    le11 1eu

    for additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact to us:

    "beata bankowska" beata@droni.org
    mob: +99593 468184, skype: bebakowska
    waiting for productive cooperation with you,

    project team.
  • sözlüğe başka bir boyut katmış duyurulardır zannımca, ilan başlığı haline gelmiş .. bir sonraki adım eleman arıyorum mu olacaktır??
  • estonya'da agh projeleri için gönüllü araniyor

    avrupa gönüllü hizmeti (agh) ile yurtdışında 2-12 ay arasında kalabileceğinizi biliyor musunuz? agh hakkında daha detaylı bilgi almak için; http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=695

    contact person: juta männisalu
    organisation: estonian special youth work organisation (http://www.youthnetworks.eu/…outh-work-organisation)

    location: tallinn, estonia
    deadline: 10/05/2011
    start: 01/09/2011
    end: 31/05/2012

    details: work in a circus studio developing projects in cooperation with tallinn 2011 cultural capital and in developing circus ideas in local schools – 9 months starting in september 2011 until end of may 2012.

    preferred profile: young person with strong desire to work with young people, creative, pro-active and communicative. circus skills and teaching skills are taken in good consideration.

    link: http://ec.europa.eu/…ei_form_en.cfm?eid=28000162601

    if you are interested any of the aforementioned projects, then: - send us your cv and motivation letter (in two different attached files) before 10th of may - please mark clearly the project you are interested in - if you are interested in more than one project, please mark your order of preference - if a volunteer contacts us directly, then also please mark the name and contacts of the sending organisation. all documents have to be sent to info@erinoor.ee

    kaynak: http://www.facebook.com/eurodeskturkey
  • ispanya'da eğitim kursu için ortak araniyor

    eğitim kursu ulusal ajanslar tarafından finanse eidlmekte olup eylem 4.3 adıyla yürütülmektedir. eylem 4.3 hakkında detaylı bilgi için türk ulusal ajansı'nın sitesini inceleyebilirsiniz (http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340).

    activity organised by: gdr valle del guadalhorce c/ dehesa, 80 - 29560 pizarra (málaga) juventud@valledelguadalhorce.com

    summary: training course was to address the needs of youth workers developing activities with youngsters from rural areas, by providing them with the necessary tools and possibilities to effectively make use of the european voluntary program, to open doors for young people to active participation in society.

    the main elements of the training course were:
    rural community development;
    presentation of the european youth programme;
    intercultural learning with rural youth
    project management;
    project development within the european youth programme;
    activity date: october 2011
    activity type: training course
    target group. youth leaders, youth workers, support people involved in evs
    for participants from: eu programs and candidates countries
    group size: 30
    venue place, venue country: coín, málaga, spain
    details: this training course represented a unique experience which i strongly recommend to all youngsters interested in active participation in their rural communities. such an event provides new perspectives on life and gives the possibility of development both from a personal and a professional perspective. i advise all those that are given such an opportunity to take it and make the best of it.
    costs: hosting costs will be covered. 70% of travel cost will be reimbursed according to youth in action rules
    working language: english
    organizer: gdr valle del guadalhorce
    deadline: 1st may
    date of selection: 15th may 2011
    download: https://spreadsheets1.google.com/…0m5dvneqm9fzmc6mq
    contact to:

    gdr valle del guadalhorce
    c/ dehesa, 80 - 29560 pizarra (málaga)

    kaynak: http://www.facebook.com/eurodeskturkey
  • rusya'da eğitim kursu "let's go siberia!"

    ulusal ajanslarca finanse edilen eğitim kursları ab ülkelerinin dışında ab'ye komşu olan ülkelerde de yapılabilir. detaylı bilgi ulusal ajans'ın sayfasında (http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340) "eylem 3.1 eğitim ve ağ kurma" adıyla bulunabilir.

    training “let’s go siberia!”

    03rd dec. - 13rd dec. 2011

    novosibirsk siberia - russia

    - call for participation -

    partner request
    vufe we youth for europe association is currently looking around for 8 partners to step
    into the training course : let’s go siberia!”

    below you find the information needed to understand the project. if you’re interested to join, we expect that you can select after approval of the project 3 youth workers to join the training course! they can come from your organization, or trough your organizations (so you find them elsewhere trough your contacts and network).

    we need a signed part iii form (which you find in attachment)
    if you interest seriously sent partiiii before the 2nd may 2011we need a computer scan of the
    same part iii (send it to tony@vufe.org ) signed as well also you need to add 2 copies signed
    to normal post.

    tony vieira
    bivackvägen 2
    se – 88151 sollefteå sweden

    short description
    the training “let’s go siberia!” in siberia, will gather 24 youth workers from various parts of europe, who work in their
    daily work with unemployed youngsters. the reason for doing so is that there are still huge problems when it comes to the social and economical integration of unemployed youth. therefore, the youth workers at this training will share and
    exchange approaches and to build new methods to include the unemployed in the work we do and give those young people a valued place in society.

    since quite some years youth unemployment is an issue of concern in all european countries and it seems to be increasing in the present times. various programs and projects have been and are developed by govermental institutions and nongovernmental organizations, which try to tackle the problems that unemployed young people are facing nowadays in our societies. when we look carefully to all these projects, we notice that besides the successes of various programs for unemployment youth, still a certain amount of young people are falling out of all the programs. consequences are that some of these young people drop out of school, hang around on streets, do not have many welfare possibilities, have no or low income, etc. these are mostly the young people that cannot be motivated to take part in any employment program, because they don’t care, want to be unemployed, want to profit from the unemployment benefits that their society offers, or many other reasons.

    those youngsters cause direct or indirect problems, to themselves, society or to the both. they have lost their motivation, hopes but also dreams to belong to society and life a more ‘comfortable” lifestyle, to seek for life satisfaction.

    vufe we youth for europe association has noted this problem in their own community and has proposed its international
    partners to develop a training course for youth workers who work directly with these unemployed people themselves or
    who have unemployed youngsters among their group / organisation.

    this training would like to bring together 3 youth workers from each participating country, to work with them around
    various issues that could help them in empowering unemployed youngsters which who they’re working. selfempowerment a self-assessment and how this could be transferred in working with the target group, will take a big part of the content of the training course.

    dates and venue
    dates: 3rd december – 13rd december 2011 (notice that vufe has theright to change the date to january or
    february 2012 if the plans doesn’t go as plan )
    place: novosibirsk siberia – russia
    accommodation: cool hostal in the big city, exactly place will be tell later!
    aims & objectives
    the creation of new partnerships and/or youth projects.
    give youth workers the platform to exchange ideas and experiences among each other, en trough this way create
    partnerships between several organizations present at the training. this could than result in new future project within
    the youth in action program and european youth foundation – council of europe with unemployed youngsters.

    improvement of the quality of youth projects.
    during the training course the outlines of the youth in action program of the eu and european youth foundation of
    the council of europe will be explained towards the participants. together we will work around how to establish good
    quality youth projects (by discovering the different possibilities), what the criteria are, how the practical approach in
    the development is, and how you can use youth in action and european youth foundation projects in working with
    unemployed youngsters in everyday life.
    the promotion of the youth in action programme and european youth foundation.
    1. give youth workers working with unemployed youngsters the knowledge how they can use the youth in action
    programme and european youth foundation in their work so that they have an extra tool in their work to
    integrated unemployed persons in our society.
    2. bring youth workers in contact with each other so that basic contacts are established for possible future cooperation
    within the program and the target group.
    to work on the inclusion of young people with less opportunities into.
    since the target group will be youth workers who work with unemployed youngsters, we believe that through this way
    indirect we will work around the issue of integrating young unemployed people in our society.
    we will search among our possible participants a few youth workers who have gone to the same unemployment circle
    as lots of young people are going trough nowadays. trough this way we believe that we can establish cross-fertilization
    between youth workers (as graduated youth workers) and youth workers who have the same experiences as the target
    group mentioned in the application.
    the skills, qualifications and personal development of the participants.
    1. empowering youth workers with knowledge of practical skills in how to organize new approaches / methodologies
    in working with their target groups.
    2. sharing of experiencing / methodologies / approaches between youth workers of how they tackle the problems of
    unemployed young people.
    3. sharing of experiences / methodologies / approaches between youth workers how they work with unemployed
    4. youth workers will have the knowledge of how to set up new projects and ideas within their work.

    working methods used

    during the training course several methodologies will be used side by side, taking into account the target group with whom the youth workers are working with. informal and non-formal learning will be a major approach during the training.
    experiential learning, socio-cultural education and skill development together with a lot of creativity will be the general
    approach in working methods during the whole training.

    most of the time, the training will have a personal centered approach. by this, we mean that the starting point of all
    actions is the knowledge of the participants and their experiences. this requires a very active and intensive participation
    from all the participants. they will be challenged to share, experiment, and to design new possible approaches.
    the team will do its best to give them the space to do so in a safe and challenging environment. in this way we want to achieve that the group will get the feeling of ownership, and so, the learning process will be tailor made to their needs.
    the basic contemplated working methods are as follows:

    ice-breaking exercises.
    group-building and team-building exercises.
    leadership, teamwork and group-work skills development tasks.
    “learning through doing” experiences.
    practical challenges and skills development exercises.
    group discussions.
    theoretical inputs, presentations.
    site visits.
    intercultural experiences.
    questionnaires and evaluation forms.
    individual reflection.
    reflection groups.

    work program

    the program of the “let’s go siberia!” training course consists of consequent building blocks. every day has its own theme, on which the focus of working lays that day. in this way the whole issue of working with unemployed youth can be tackled and approached in a new consistent way.

    the flow of themes in our program is as follows:

    me, myself and i: it will focus on the individual person present at the training course. “who am i?” “where am i’m coming from?” “what is my work?” “how do i function?” etc. are questions to be dealt with. as we are coming from different countries, with different realities and backgrounds, it is essential to get to know each other and come to a common understanding among ourselves as a necessary basis to go deeper into the training course.
    me versus my organization: since we all will come from different organizations, working with several
    target groups and from different countries, it is necessary to allow space to discover how the organizations work in
    the field of youth work and in which way they’re related to working with unemployed youngsters. “what is youth
    work?” “what is non-formal education in youth work?” “what do we understand as local, regional, national and
    international youth work?” etc. are important questions, which should be answered both individually and as in
    a different approach: this day will focus on the exploring the different realities where youngsters are living in. we will try to search for reasons why people are unemployed besides the normal economical reasons. furthermore we will
    analyze several problems which occur and which we face in working with these youngsters. understanding what youth
    culture is and how youngsters go through this in their daily life.
    in practice: working with unemployed youngster requires specific approaches. after 3 days of discussing, the time is
    to get in contact with local projects on the issue of youth unemployment. afterwards, there will be discussions with
    different actors, as well as external experts.
    youth possibilities: this is day where several possibilities will be explained and discovered how ideas for projects could be implemented in real working situation. the youth in action program as well as the european youth foundation possibilities will be explained. afterwards participants will have the chance to share earlier project experiences, which they already did with the target group.
    me, my ideas and competencies: this day will be focusing on two main things. first of all we will try to integrate all the aspects we discussed till so far into project ideas. participants will share and develop ideas for future projects (local,
    regional, national and international ones). the second part will be an open space around the theme “working with unemployed youngsters” where the participants can share their knowledge, experiences, methodologies, etc. with
    each other.
    follow up: last but not least the link towards the future will be made. “how shall we continue from now on?” “how
    are we going to implement the newly acquired knowledge and skills?” “how are we going to communicate among
    each other or with others?” etc.

    finally an evaluation about the training course will be held to allow collecting critical thoughts of the participants after
    tackling the several modules during the previous week.

    profile of participants
    the target group for this training course is composed of youth workers and trainers who are directly working with
    unemployed young people.
    furthermore, participants should:
    be aged between 18 and 35
    working on a voluntary or professional basis with young unemployed people
    have proven personal and organizational interest in this training
    be willing to continue co-operation after the training
    be fully available during the whole training course (meaning 8 days and travel) and willing to actively participate

    financial conditions:
    when the project is approved by the youth in action program:
    - travel costs are subsidized for 70%. *(it means you will get total max 70% of total costs of your international
    travel from home to the venue of the training course)
    - visa for siberia - russia are subsidized 100%
    - food and accommodation, local transport & activities is also covered 100% by the youth in action program.
    - participation fee 50 euro (eu countries), 25 euro (non eu countries)
    to have clear understanding: everybody pays in advance his ticket to come to the training course. there you
    present the boarding passes + invoices of your tickets and visa costs. after approval you will receive a first
    payment of 50% of the 70%. the other 50% will be send to your organization after vufe association received the
    boarding cards when the participants went back home.

    practical information:
    participants are invited to arrive as early if they want in their own costs, you can always stop for a day or 2 in
    moscow or st petersburgh.
    in case you are interested in this amazing, full of surprises experience, please, let us know
    no later than 2nd may. for any piece of extra-information, observations, comments,
    recommendations reply us to tony@vufe.org !

    sincerely yours,

    the team

    1. tony vieira / vufe association / the knot association (chairman – trainer), sollefteå
    sweden site. www.vufe.org , email. tony@vufe.org or tony@theknotweb.net
    2. ronald keersmaekers(trainer) – the knot association, brussels belgium site. http://theknotweb.net/ , email. ronald@theknotweb.net
    3. elena anufrieva(organizer / trainer) - siberian civic initiatives support center, novosibirsk siberia russia site. http://cip.nsk.su/ , email. anufrieva_terra@mail.ru

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  • macaristan'da eğitim kursu projesi için ortak araniyor

    eğitim kursu projeleri (eylem 4.3) ulusal ajanslarca finanse edilen projelerdir. detaylı bilgi için: http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340

    training course

    be marketable!
    springboard to the labor market
    25.10 -30.10.2011, budapest, hungary

    hosted by:
    kiköto egyesület
    e-mail: info@kikoto.hu, kikoto.org@gmail.com
    website: www.kikoto.hu
    phone: (+36 30) 221-79-23

    about the host
    the “kiköto” association was founded in the end of 2002 by 10 keen young people, who loved the voluntary work, the civil organizations and the journeys abroad. the aim of the association was formulated upon the members’ social sensibility and cultural interest. the basic aims of the organizations are the following: to involve more youngsters to the life of the civil organization, to form an active civil society, to give equal chances to the youngsters in intercultural life and to give useful experiences to the participants of the programs. at the same time by intercultural and non-formal educational forms, training courses, seminars, camps we strive to develop the solidarity and the tolerance among youngsters all over the world, to help the peaceful living next to each other.

    the training course

    our training course is about developing of the skills, self-knowledge, and providing a lot of theoretical and practical hints for the youth workers from different european countries.
    help yourself - study yourself! we are looking for the best ways how to deal with unemployment. we help the participants to get to know themselves better by letters, draws and symbols (graphology, psychology). during the course we give job-finding methods and tools for everyone, plus the course will also put emphasis on the self-knowledge so that the mach-making between the person and the job will be adequate. the planned common activities: writing europass and motivation letter, preparing for an interview (behavior, basic rules, etiquette, and meta-communication). etc. best practices, hints and ideas that could help the placement on the labor market, will be discussed… the methods of the training course will mainly build on the non-formal learning, but not exclusively, since experts (eg. a representative of a job hunting firm) will also be interviewed on what is to be done to be successful when one is seeking job.)

    what is unique in the training course?
    professional trainers – learning from the best practices in job hunting
    latest news of the human-market’s research
    boosting self-esteem and self-knowledge through individual tasks and group work
    sharing experiences and reflection on the individuals’ performance during the tc so that they have more knowledge on themselves
    25.10-30.10. 2011

    budapest, hungary

    for whom
    this training course we recommend for youth workers, volunteers from european non-governmental organizations, employment advisers, social workers working with youngsters (with fewer opportunities - especially unemployed youth).
    we invite 2-3 persons from each organization.
    age: over 18 years old (there is no other limit)
    english language knowledge is required.

    niké panzió
    1039 budapest
    , szentendrei út 275/d
    tel.: (+36 1) 240-95-12­
    mobil: (+36 30) 9843-348
    e-mail: nikepanzio@t-online.hu
    web: www.nikepanzio.hu ­
    financial conditions
    we provide accommodation and meals. we’ll reimburse 70% of the travel cost.
    local travel costs in budapest will be covered by yourselves.
    participants have to get for themselves the travel health insurance or european health card

    participation fee: € 30

    schedule of participate
    a. send the signed and stamped partner promoter agreement (part iii) by email on kikoto.org@gmail.com no later than the 20th of may. (after our selection we will inform you on our decision if we accept your partnership.)
    b. send the original preliminary agreement by post mail to our address: kiköto egyesület 1039 budapest, attila utca 43. hungary
    c. we’ll send the confirmation about the approval of the project and all information about the training course no later than the 1st of july.
  • hindistan'da yapilacak bir eylem 3.2 projesi için ortak araniyor

    eylem 3.2 projeleri doğrudan avrupa komisyonu tarafından finanse edilen projeler olup detaylı bilgi aşağıdaki linkten alınabilir:

    hello dear colleagues,

    lecs (the league for education, culture andsport), from romania , is now creating a seminar in the 3.2 yia frameworkand is looking for partners from asia and europe.

    bellow, you will find theclear main lines of the project.

    even if we have a very strong vision of the project, we arestill open for integrating our partners’ vision in it.

    main topics:
    -well being,
    -cultural diversity,
    -inner diversity,
    -self discovery.

    you can read more about this in the“learning 4 well being” booklet, here attached or on the [ http://www.learningforwellbeingyouthmovement.org/…1 ] site .

    in ourexperience in youth work and well being network we realized the lack ofawareness among young on how important knowing themselves is, in personal andcommunity development.

    in order to work on this, we first felt the need to deepen the understanding oftheories and practices for wellbeing* amongyouth workers.

    we want to start by exchanging unique well beingpractices from asian and european cultures, exploiting the rich variety and oldtradition that asia has in this field. this is the way we wantto enrich the understanding on well being from different culturalperspectives.

    aim: to create aeurope-asia network of youth workers promoting well being among younggeneration.

    1. to create aproper environment for exploiting different visions of well being and culturaldiversity;
    2. to help theparticipants to improve their skills to act as facilitators for theunderstanding of well being among young on a local level;
    3. to exchange differentpractices on well being;
    4. to stimulate the creationof new projects on well being in their own communities.

    * well-being is realizing one’s uniquepotential through physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual development … inrelation to self, others and the environment. well-being is neither a productnor an end-state, but a dynamic and continuous process.

    we will use mainly: non formaleducation methods, experiential learning through sports, music, dances,drawing, theatre, interactive presentations, different kind of meditationsand…the participants’ personal well being practices.

    india, a country that has a rich culture of wellbeing, different from the one that can be directly and originaly experienced ineurope.

    target group:
    young (20-30 years old) working astrainers, multipliers, voluntary/professional youth workers, who are:

    · interested in well beingpractices;
    · willing to commit to a long term involvement inthe partnerships created.
    · experienced in youthworks,
    · motivated to create new methods;
    · ready to build new partnerships andcooperation’s;
    · able to communicate in english;
    · resident in eu , asian countries.

    one of the criteria taken inconsideration will be to ensure a large diversity of well beingpractices.
    here will be 24 participants, 2-4 fromeach country.

    check the criteria andeligible countries (written bellow), and if you fit to them and arehighly interested in being our partner in building and implementing thisproject together:

    -fill the attached application form andsend it to time2practice@gmail.com
    -complete the partii+mandate and send itby e-mail and post (3 copies) before the 1st of may 2011.


    lecs (liga pentru educatie, cultura sisport)
    str cegan ionita nr. 1, bl. p17, sc. 2, ap.64,
    050687 sector 5,
    bucuresti, romania.

    if you have any questions please contactus.

    contact person:
    oana mucea
    [ mailto:time2practice@gmail.com ]time2practice@gmail.com

    all the best,
    "time 2 practice 4 well being"romania team

    eligible countries:

    programme countries:
    • 27 member states of the european union: austria, belgium, bulgaria, cyprus, the czech republic, denmark, estonia, finland, france, germany, greece, hungary, ireland, italy, latvia, lithuania, luxembourg, malta, the netherlands, poland, portugal, slovakia, slovenia, spain, sweden, the united kingdom;
    • participating countries of the efta members of the eea: iceland , liechtenstein and norway ;
    • candidate countries for accession to the european union: turkey .

    neighbouring partner countries:
    • south east europe: albania , bosnia and herzegovina , croatia , former yugoslav republic of macedonia , montenegro , serbia , kosovo (under unsc resolution 1244/1999).
    • eastern europe and caucasus: armenia , azerbaijan , belarus , georgia , moldova , russian federation , ukraine .
    • asia: afghanistan , bangladesh , cambodia , china , india , indonesia , kazakhstan , kyrgyzstan , laos , malaysia , nepal , philippines , singapore , thailand , uzbekistan , vietnam , yemen .
  • macaristan'dan gençlik değişim projesi için ortaklik çağrisi

    gençlik değişim projeleri (eylem 1.1) ulusal ajanslar tarafından finanse edilen kısa süreli projelerdir. bir dernek adıyla ortak olabileceğiniz gibi, herhangi bir yere üye olmayan bir grup genç olarak da ortak olabilirsiniz. detaylı bilgi için: http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=340


    bakelit, a hungarian cultural organisation based in budapest, would like to submit a youth 1.1 action application, for the june 1st 2011 deadline.

    the planned activity would take place in the summer of 2012, the themes are the arts (decorative, creative, stage arts...) and intercultural dialogue. we would like to work with youth groups aged 18-25.

    if you are interested please contact ms. barbara dénes (barbara.denes@gmail.com, mobile: +36-30-376-9085) info@bakelitstudio.hu

    we would like to hear from you until may 10th 2011.

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  • romanya'da agh projesi için ortaklik çağrisi

    avrupa gönüllü hizmeti (agh) ile yurtdışında 2-12 ay arasında kalabileceğinizi biliyor musunuz? agh hakkında daha detaylı bilgi almak için; http://www.ua.gov.tr/index.cfm?k=695

    the cultural association for theatre and origami in romania - a.c.t.o.r. has launched a call to find partners for a new evs project "here, there, everywhere".
    they plan to apply on the 1st of june 2011 deadline to the executive agency in brussels.

    evs youth volunteers from all european countries, but also from africa, south america and china are invited, through the activities that will take place, to scan their own culture and then to present it in an easy way to the children, making it more attractive and more understandable for the target group.

    the project will run for one year starting december 2011. evs sending organisations are invited to apply by sending the part iii, filled, scanned by email and in original by post with signatures and stamps.
    email: evs_actorromania@yahoo.com
    please find more information in the attached document.
    for other details, please contact cristina curde - evs coordinator <evs_actorromania@yahoo.com>

    “here, there, everywhere”

    we plan to apply “here, there, everywhere” on the 1st of june 2011 deadline to
    the executive agency in brussels.

    through this project, cultural diversity has a chance to get into the lives of hundreds of
    romanian children, with playful activities and creative methods, brought by the evs
    volunteers from “here, there ... everywhere”, inspired by the childhood folklore from
    their own culture.

    children with different social backgrounds or from various geographical areas in romania,
    as european citizens of tomorrow, will have the chance of an early knowledge of the cultural
    diversity. this will lead to a realistic understanding of the intercultural universe around them,
    accepting cultural differences between people and integrating them into their universe of
    knowledge without stereotypes, becoming like this more tolerant, less tempted by

    evs youth volunteers from all european countries, but also from africa, south america
    and china are invited, through the activities that will take place, to scan their own culture and
    then to present it in an easy way to the children, making it more attractive and more
    understandable for the target group. this process brings by itself a powerful and essential
    form of non-formal learning, because scanning is based on the identities of the volunteers,
    and it’s made in a way they don’t usually have the occasion to do.

    this project continues the experiment of this concept implemented in a.c.t.o.r.’s four
    other projects: “intercooltural house”- 2009, “coloring kids' life” from 2009 to
    2010). “here-there” (“aici-acolo”)- 2010-2011, “diversity”- 2011. analyzing the success
    of the projects in the local community in romania (ministry of education, teachers, parents,
    media and especially children), and also the impact of experiential learning of the volunteers,
    led to our decision to extend the idea and to involve new cultures.

    each partner will help us select one volunteer. we will select just one partner from each
    country. the project will run for one year starting december, 2011.evs sending
    organizations are invited to apply by sending us the part iii, filled, scanned by email and in
    original by post with signatures and stamps.
    email: evs_actorromania@yahoo.com;

    address: b-dul c-tin brancoveanu. nr. 111, bloc v5, sc. 1, apt. 10, sect. 4, cod postal
    041444, bucuresti, romania

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