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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.
As more people carry around smartphones and other devices wherever they go, it becomes harder to escape the internet. Despite the long time we loose on these websites, what is really concerning is the lack of awareness and understanding of the negative effects that the unconscious use of social networks has on young people.
The ERASMUS+ KA1 Youth Exchange Project ”Happiness of Nature” took place in Samobor, Croatia. The project involved participants from four different countries, namely Croatia, Greece, Portugal and Romania and aimed to to connect young people with nature by developing their personal competencies and practical skills through meaningful outdoor experiences.
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.
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