Evropské centrum mládeže Břeclav
Evropské centrum mládeže Břeclav

Zahraniční projekty - chystané

Effective Communication for You(th) - Slovensko
23. 8. 2019

E+ for Environment - Řecko
1. 9. 2019

Cyber Equality - Chorvatsko
2. 9. 2019

Sports for Inclusion - Lotyšsko
3. 9. 2019

Smart Up Inclusion - Francie
5. 9. 2019

Visualise the Invisible - Irsko
6. 9. 2019

European Photosynthesis - Portugalsko
8. 9. 2019

Activism Explosion - Polsko
8. 9. 2019

Youth Vision: A New Perspective on Intercultural Learning - Lotyšsko
9. 9. 2019

You(TH) Decide - Polsko
12. 9. 2019

#GetUpStandUp - Česká Republika
14. 9. 2019

Activism Collectivity and Auto Organisanisation on Board - Francie
23. 9. 2019

Enterprise 101 - Turecko
25. 9. 2019

Say 'Stop Violence' through Sport - Turecko
26. 9. 2019

Get Your Own Picture - Turecko
26. 9. 2019

Empowering Minorities - A project to improve practices for work with minorities - part 4 - study visit - Makedonie
30. 9. 2019

We Know Our Rights - Slovinsko
1. 10. 2019

Growing Up: Sustainable Tools for a Healthy Lifestyle - Itálie
8. 10. 2019

Get Your Own Picture 2 - Turecko
10. 10. 2019

More Mosaic 4 All - part II - Ukrajina
12. 10. 2019

The Road to Success of Future Leaders - Bulharsko
12. 10. 2019

A Youth's Journey to Politics - Rakousko
14. 10. 2019

The Art of Visuals - Chorvatsko
14. 10. 2019

Volunteerism vs. Voluntourism - Rumunsko
16. 10. 2019

#GetUpStandUp - Kypr
24. 10. 2019

Alcohol Free - Litva
2. 11. 2019

You(th)r Culture - Litva
2. 11. 2019

Social Exclusion Fighters - Polsko
8. 11. 2019

Active Youth Work in Progress - Slovinsko
10. 11. 2019

Cooperation for Youth Exchange Development - vícefázový (I. část: listopad, Rumunsko, II. část: leden, Francie)
11. 11. 2019

Dance Your Ability - Francie
12. 11. 2019

Inspire - Social Innovation & Leadership - Dánsko
12. 11. 2019

Tell Me Why - Partnership Building Activity - Portugalsko
1. 3. 2020

Tell Me Why - Partnership Building Activity - Portugalsko
1. 3. 2020

Místo konání: TBA, Portugalsko

Počet volných míst: 2. Přihlašování bude otevřeno až bude znám přesný termín konání.   

Program a akce: program ERASMUS+, Klíčová akce 1: Partnership Building Activity (PBA)

Pokud máte zájem se na tento projekt přihlásit, prosím důkladně si přečtete info-pack. Prosím zamyslete se, jak do tohoto projektu zapadáte vy (viz "participants' profile" níže). Pokud máte zájem se na tento projekt přihlásit, prosím odešlete vyplněnou přihlášku (objeví se zde v násl. měsících).

Pro to, abyste se na tento projekt přihlásili je nutné, abyste vlastnili nejen občanský průkaz (který musíte mít ze zákona), ale také platný cestovní pas (s platností min. ještě 150 dní od datumu začátku vámi vybraného projektu)

 

V rámci programu ERASMUS+ jsou následující finanční specifika: v rámci všech projektů je kompletně (ze 100%) zajištěno jídlo, ubytování, aktivity, a to vše je zcela pokryto z fondů EU programu ERASMUS+ a zařízeno organizátory. Účastníkům dále budou proplaceny cestovní náklady (reimbursement) do max. výše €360 (v případě tohoto projektu) z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět.

 

Hostitelská organizace: H2O – Associação de Jovens de Arrouquelas

 

Věkový limit pro účastníky: 20+

 

Popis projektu:

Partnership Building Seminar on raise awareness and foster knowledge on different migrants and refugees’ cultures and using cultural encounters as positive tool of youth exchanges according to KA1 of Erasmus + programme

Themes of the partnership building seminar:

“We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”
                               Martin Luther King Jr.


Our organisation already runs projects on tolerance, living together, sharing cultural diversity, local multiculturalism. Our experience is that, if in a project Refugees and local young people participate together, they can enjoy the cultural diversity, and learn a lot about each other’s culture.

Refugees and migrants’ people live everywhere in European Union. One hand they are seen as a big challenge of the different societies because they go against the written and unwritten rules of the mainstream societies, they follow such type of rules what are not understandable for the majority, who are not want to be integrated into the majority, or if they do, they become outsiders from their cultural communities and the majority don’t accept them either, they are seen as migrants’ people furthermore. Of course, it depends what type of migrants’ culture we meet. There is not only one and there are not only “migrants” or “Refugees” people how mostly the mainstream society see them.

Most of the European people have stereotypes and prejudices towards migrants’ people and these are generalised and mostly negative approaches. Our partnership building seminar is aimed at bringing together youth workers, youth leaders, project managers directly work with young people with migrants and refugees background in order to explore together migrants’ culture, to share the political, cultural, educational and economic approaches of different countries towards migrants and refugees and how migrants and refugees react on these stereotypes and prejudices. Give an answer to these approaches through sharing methods and techniques how migrants, refuges and European young people can be involved together into youth projects in order to break stereotypes and prejudices and getting to know each others’ culture even better.

Then we plan to build partnership among organisations deal with cooperation among migrants and European young people through supporting each others’ local work and inventing youth exchanges together for two reasons:

  • Migrants and refugee young people from different cultures from different countries can meet each other and share their cultural background. Maybe this way they can understand more their roots and getting positive point of views for their future.
  • European and migrants’ young people can get to know more each other and use migrants’ culture as positive tool during the youth exchanges.

So the overall aim of this partnership building seminar is to provide space and opportunity for youth workers, youth leaders from European and migrants’ communities to work together, to share their information and knowledge on migrants’ cultures, to break stereotypes and prejudices concerning migrants’ people and share experiences how to work with European and migrants’ young people together.

To get familiar with the diverse migrants’ cultures and use it as positive tool in youth work. To establish partnerships and invent together youth exchanges in order to involve young people from European and migrants’ communities to act together and gain knowledge about migrants’ cultures.


Learning objectives of the partnership building seminar are:

  • To share and explore together the different elements of migrants and refugees’ cultures in different countries;
  • To find the impact on migrants’ culture in the mainstream culture in order to recognise the mutual intercultural learning between European and migrants and refugees’ communities;
  • To share methods and techniques on working with European and migrants and refugees young people together in order to break the stereotypes and prejudices;
  • To invent together youth exchanges in order to involve young people from European and migrants and refugees’ communities to act together and gain knowledge about migrants’ cultures;
  • To build solid partnership among represented organisations.

Participants' profile/Who can participate in the partnership building seminar:

  • represent the needs of the partner organisations;
  • represent the needs, expectations and interest the European and migrants’ young people they work with in daily basis;
  • represent their personal learning goals;
  • having experiences working with European and migrants and refugees young people together;
  • represent a migrant’ culture what they know closely or belongs to;
  • being able to communicate in English;
  • being ready to run and participate in youth exchanges with their target groups after the PBS;
  • being ready to adapt methods and techniques learnt during the PBS in their daily youth work;
  • being ready to become part of an international network for at least 2 years and being an active member.


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