L’Associazione FuturoDigitale è Partner del Progetto
“Turning Mirrors into Windows”
Training Course – Programma ERASMUS+
Paesi Partecipanti: Bulgaria, Italia, Turchia, Polonia, Finlandia, Danimarca.
Partecipanti: 24 giovani
Data: 14 – 21 Aprile 2016
Luogo: Razlog, Bulgaria
Capofila: L’Organizzazione Coordinatrice è l’Associazione finlandese “Olemisen Balanssia”. Il progetto è stato finanziato dall’Agenzia Nazionale Giovani della Finlandia, con fondi Erasmus+.
L’Associazione Futuro Digitale cerca:
- 4 Giovani di età compresa tra 18 e 29 anni, con esperienza come operatori giovanili.
(di seguito i dettagli in inglese sul profilo richiesto)
We will pick the participants according to the following criteria:
- Participants of the TC have to be well rounded youth workers who have experience in international and/or local projects, intercultural dimension;
- Have a will to develop their own international projects and build network.
- Will to take active part of the programme and support the idea of creating a network for individuals as messengers.
- Have a commitment to participate in preparatory activities before the project and dissemination activities after the project;
- As the whole project will be carried out in English we require fluent skills in that language.
- partecipazione alle attività, vitto e alloggio sono interamente finanziati del Programma Erasmus+;
- il partecipante deve anticipare le spese di viaggio, a cui seguirà un rimborso fino ad un massimo di 275 €;
- è necessario versare, prima della partenza, una quota di partecipazione di 50 €;
Ai partecipanti sarà rilasciato il certificato ”Youthpass” che descrive e convalida l’esperienza formale e informale acquisita durante il progetto, da allegare al proprio CV.
Per partecipare ti invitiamo a contattare il responsabile del progetto Antonio Rossi all’indirizzo email@example.com .
Il progetto (in inglese)
“Turning Mirrors into Windows” is a 7day training course in Bulgaria which aims is to create an atmosphere for the youth workers to inspire each other, share knowledge and experience, discover and discuss the possibilities on how to be the multiplier of their competences on how to change themselves and motivate young people to be active changemakers and make an impact on their society.
More precisely, the objectives of the TC are:
- discover the diverse aspects of youth participation, reflecting about roles, responsibilities, challenges and needs, to understand different types of active citizenship for youth and the role of each individual as a potential changemaker and active part of society;
- to develop practical skills to be more inclusive and attentive in group work, decision-making processes and in everyday life as active, conscious citizens; to create a learning space for debating;
- to gain practical competences in intercultural dialogue, networking both in an international and national level, as well as in communication, campaigning, and in critical thinking;
- sharing best practice and tools for supporting active citizenship and youth participation, to create an active and exchanging platform for creating projects with potent impact and results in their communities and to be an active citizen in everyday life situations;
- to discuss and improve cognition in the field of non-formal education, and by that achieve skills on how to multiply notions of youth participation in future projects to realize the opportunities of Erasmus+;
- to identify effective and creative methods to engage young people to be active in their lives and communities;
The methodology is based on the non-formal education, we try to endure the creative process through widespectrum of tools and activities; the participants will be able to not only learn through experience and reflect on their own interactions but also will be encouraged to create ideas on how to become actively engaged in their society, share their experiences and to create new project ideas with other participants to build a strong network of young Europeans.
Furthermore, participants will get the chance to present their ideas and give each other feedback on their project proposals which will be implemented later on in their local communities.