Youth Work versus Euroscepticism — Romania


Programme & action: ERASMUS+: Youth, Key Action 1: contact making seminar (CMS)

Dates: 7—16 September 2021

Venue: Iasi, Romania

Participants/organisation: 3

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Hosting organisacion: KASTA MORRELY International Organization

Participating countries: Romania, Italy, Slovenia, Turkey, Spain, Greece, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Czech Republic

Project description:

The project aims:
Strengthening collaboration at European level between organizations active in the development of youth activities to combat Euroscepticism.


  • Development of the European partnership between 11 youth organizations from 11 countries based on increasing the quality in future youth projects to support European solidarity;
  • Increasing the capacity of youth workers to bring added value in raising awareness on European identity valuing media tools specific for written media, radio and TV;
  • Supporting the initiation of four youth projects developed in European partnership as concrete way of action in favor of diminishing the risk of Euroscepticism among youth.

Working Methods:
The seminar is based on methods specific to non-formal education and includes:

  • team building activities,
  • TV show simulation on presentations of organizations,
  • role play on common good practices in the youth activity of partners,
  • brainstorming and presentation of Erasmus+ Program,
  • writing Erasmus + projects,
  • laboratory of projects to promote European identity and reach disadvantaged groups;
  • mindmap: Euroscepticism in Europe,
  • workshop on creating media tools to promote European identity: press release, radio spot, TV spot,
  • practical visit to Radio and TV institutions in Iasi – how to use media tools in youth activity,
  • workshop for dissemination and development of organizational capacity,
  • walk and talk on development of the international dimension of youth activity of partners,
  • intercultural activities.

Participant’s Profile:

  • Staff members of partner organisation motivated on organisational development;
  • Youth workers and youth leaders interested in development of future Erasmus+ projects;
  • To involve actively in all the project activities;
  • Age over 18;
  • Fluent English spoken and written.

It is an international cultural organization of human rights defence through promotion of competences and qualifications necessary to the development of a democratic society.
Various KASTA MORRELY projects financed by the European Commission were selected as model of good practices by the Romanian National Agency.

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