Soft Drugs Create Hard Problems — Romania

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Programme: ERASMUS+, Key Action 1: youth exchange

Dates: 12—21 April 2022

Venue: Buşteni, Romania

Please read the info-pack  & daily programme. 

Participating countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Spain, Romania

Hosting organisation: ORGANIZATIA PENTRU DEMOCRATIE SI EDUCATIE NONFORMALA

Czech team: Jakub Priputen (GL), Roman Timothy Velc, Sarah Biricik Pešatová, Helena Engová, Mateusz Klimek, Daniel Branný, Filip Burian

Project report:

Hi again to everybody who is reading this report from another project! Today I will tell you about my and the rest of the Czech´s team experience in Romania. I joined this project together with Roman Velc, Filip Burian, Daniel Branný, Mateusz Klimek, Helena Engová and Sarah Pešatová. The main topic of the project was about soft drugs and how are they making our lives harder, and the project lasted from 12th to 21st of April in the year 2022. The other participants have been from Romania, Greece, Spain, Latvia and Macedonia.
The project was very interesting indeed and I must say that I really liked the team building activities and socializing with other people on this project. The facilitators of the project were very nice people and they tried to make the project as nice as possible for us and for themselves too. We had a very nice view of the Romanian mountains all the time and the city where we stayed was very cozy.
There were some little problems with the Hotel like not working lights or bad doors, but otherwise it was manageable, and we stayed in nice conditions. The topic itself was very interesting, but in many people’s opinion we didn’t learn that much about it, but nevertheless we at least had a chance to discuss the topic and to share our opinions.
The other thing about this project was a fact that we had a chance to go on a few trips around the country and we visited Dracula´s castle for instance. We also tried some traditional food and had a chance to interact a lot with the locals. It was nice that the project was very easy going and nobody pushed you to do some hard work.
So, I would love to thank our organization EYCB and the facilitators for this amazing experience and that they are trying to help students to travel abroad and visit new countries and see new people. Thank you so much for this opportunity!

                                                                                     Jakub Priputen   

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