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A project aiming to empower young people to become active and responsible European citizens, by achieving specific goals such as raising participants’ basic knowledge of the EU, raising their awareness of the EU’s opportunities, developing basic competences for active citizenship and developing a sense of a common European identity.
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Erasmus+ Partnerships for Creativity
Project Data: 01.03.2021 – 31.08.2022
Deadline to apply: 27 January 2022
Places: Online, Italy & Bulgaria
Open to: Romanians
Given the technological advancement and the continuous process of digitization that marks the aspects of everyday life, good preparation in this regard should be part of the learning process of each person throughout the life, so we aimed through this project to raise awareness of the importance of digital education.
The aim of this project was to raise awareness of the importance of digital education.
While all this was going on, not only did we develop the digital skills necessary for professional and recreational activities among young people, but also we expanded our critical thinking and problem solving skills and learned how to use the Internet in a safe and ethical way.
Through this project we wanted to deepen our experiences and relationships with those who are different from us, who have a different set of values than ours, by virtue of nationality, cultural background, ethnicity, faith, education, etc. A key factor in a “process” of cultural exchange is that it requires us to meet, confront, explore, appreciate, and ultimately respect DIFFERENCE.
Trust in media has become a hot topic in recent years, with the emergence of both fake and suspicious news, fueling paranoia, distrust and disillusionment with traditional and digital media sources. Through this project, we brought together 32 people from all over Europe in Szentendre, Hungary, aiming to develop information literacy among young people.
Escape for Human Rights is a Project founded by European Solidarity Corps which aim to promote human rights among young people. The main idea of an escape room is that a team of players must solve several puzzles and find a way out of the room. While doing this, the players follow a story. In our rooms, this story promote human rights by illustrating examples of their violation, which are revealed at every step take by the players.
Pictures Speak for Inclusion was an Erasmus+ Youth Exchange that took place between 8 and 19 July in Szentendre, Hungary and involved 30 participants and 6 group leaders from 6 countries – Romania, Hungary, Serbia, Turkey, Italy and Bulgaria. The purpose of the project was to promote social inclusion and the European Values using photography as educational method.
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