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Escape for Human Rights is a Solidarity Project founded by European Solidarity Corps which aim to promote human rights among young people. We use in this regard the escape rooms method. 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 will promote human rights by illustrating examples of their violation, which will be revealed at every step that players take to escape the room. After the youth group “escapes” a reflection session takes place in which the young people will be able to better analyze the story behind the room and will be able to connect it to the daily realities.
We have proposed through this project to raise awareness of the negative effects that the media and social media have on young people, by developing the skills of 42 young people from Bulgaria, France, Georgia, Romania, Ukraine and Turkey to analyze objectively their own practices of using the Internet and by developing their critical thinking abilities.
A Youth Exchange which gathered participants from Romania, Croatia, North Macedonia and Turkey for 9 days, in Samobor, Croatia, aiming to contribute to the promotion of increasingly prominent social objectives such as environmental protection, sustainable development and healthy lifestyles, and to encourage entrepreneurship for young people.
A youth exchange that addressed “Media literacy” topic and gathered 36 youngsters form Romania, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Cyprus, Poland and Ukraine near the town of Devin, Bulgaria for 9 days in September 2020. One of the project results was a good practice manual which can support young people to build a good digital reputation and to stay safe in the online environment.
The project addressed the topic of “Rural entrepreneurship” and brought together 36 youngsters from Romania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland and Spain in the Bulgarian village Buynovo for 9 days between 8-16 September 2020. The main objective of our project was to inspire more young people from isolated rural areas to search for their development in their native place.
Writing Peace was a training course founded by Erasmus+ Programme who involved 35 of youth workers, social workers and all kinds of educators from 7 different countries (Greece, Bulgaria, Latvia, Poland, Italy, North Macedonia and Romania) with the purpose of learning to apply techniques and elements of creative writing at their daily work with young people from different backgrounds.
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