Programme & action: ERASMUS+, Key Action 1: Youth Exchange
Venue: Buzau & Sarata Monteoru, Romania
Dates: 27 August – 5 September 2018
Participants: Vojtěch Lipták, Milena Mücková, Tereza Bílková, Kateřina Svobodová
Group leader: Tomáš Fogl
Participating countries: Cyprus, Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Spain, Macedonia and Romania
Please read the daily programme. Also check out the project calendar: CALENDAR “LOVE IS IN THE AIR”, project booklet: https://issuu.com/toleapostovei0/docs/love_is_in_the_air_brochure_last_ve and project Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/loveisintheairromania2018/
Hosting organisation: As. Hair Redivivus Buzau
Love is in the air – and if we want to feel love from air, we need to protect air around us. That was the main purpose of this amazing Erasmus project, which took place in beautiful place in Romania. It was very nice hotel in small village near Buzau. This place was great for our activities, which were focused on environmental problem of air pollution. We had a lot of discussion about air pollution in our countries, so we could compare the problems and the solutions. We also did practical things – we have made some videos promoting sustainable way of life and a brochure about our activities during whole project. We also went to a village and cleaned up the streets.
We had a lot of fun during the activities – especially during intercultural nights, where every country promoted different country. It was hard to do it, but it was nice to see Spanish guys when they were trying to learn the others traditional Czech dance Mazurka. Czech team promoted Macedonia, so we made a theatre about typical life in Macedonia. After this every team prepared some food and drinks from their countries.
On last day we moved to Buzau to very nice hotel and spent last day here. In the evening there was a goodbye party in pizza bar with our own DJ!
The whole Czech group want to thank for organization of this project, it was great experience and we are looking forward to next project.
HAIR REDIVIVUS ASSOCIATION BUZAU, ROMANIA announces the end of the week of youth exchange activities “LOVE IS IN THE AIR” in the framework of Action 1 – Youth Mobility – of the Erasmus + program.
LOVE IS IN THE AIR took place from 27 August to 5 September 2018 in Sarata Monteoru and Buzau with the participation of 41 young people from 8 European countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Poland, Macedonia, Spain, Romania
The project was conducted in a context where air quality issues are increasing due to domestic and industrial pollution and the population is increasingly passive and affected by physical, mental and social illnesses caused by air pollution.
The aim of the project was to increase the responsibility of young Europeans for the sustainability of the environment and to increase the quality of life by preventing, reducing and combating air pollution and adopting a healthy lifestyle
The activities covered 6 thematic workshops where the causes and effects of air pollution and inactive lifestyles were identified and analyzed and measures and solutions for reducing and combating air pollution were found. 4 videos, 6 flyers, 2 posters, and a magazine were created in VIDEO and PRINT creative workshops
The final products can be viewed on the Hair Redivivus page and on the facebook page of the project https://www.facebook.com/loveisintheairromania2018. Videos are also available at addresses
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72K69Vmk3dQ– HOLD YOUR BREATH
https://youtu.be/Tzuj_CqywB8 – AIR MACHINE
https://youtu.be/MUJDgHNRdW0 – NATURAL WRATH
https://youtu.be/E9U6cBwQtDs – ECO FRIENDLY FAMILY
HAIR REDIVIVUS ASSOCIATION BUZAU is a youth structure that supports projects and youth and youth initiatives.For details about this project and other aspects of our work please contact us at [email protected]
Catalina and Tolea Postovei
‘This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.’