FOR YOUTH WORKER
Youth Exchanges are meetings of groups of young people from at least two different countries who gather for a short period to implement jointly a non-formal learning programme
Big change start with small steps against violent radicalization
The project aims to contribute to deconstruction of the extremist narratives and diminish the space for spread of violent extremism.
Recognizing that using digital tools gives youth workers easier access to services that meet their diverse needs related to education, communication, networking, activism, and mobility, this phenomenon also creates a
Digital Storytelling for Youth Inclusion
Our NGO participated in the project “Digital Storytelling for Youth Inclusion”, that brought together 26 socio-educational animators from 08 European and Mediterranean countries, to develop their skills, find new approaches and methods to meet the challenges of working
Youth work for the ENTErGRATION of young migrants (ENTER Migrants) aims to work on common solutions to this growing problem in Europe with the support of all partner organizations, advocate for inclusive societies,
I stand up for equality and against violence
The theme of the project is considered important as the knowledge, skills, and tools to be developed will be used by participants to promote equality and combat violence against women.
Improving Youth work on International projects
The project seeks to address the youth-led international and transnational transformation of intelligent and sustainable employment through entrepreneurship offering significant opportunities for young people.
Leadership for Young Entrepreneurs
A unique opportunity for bright and motivated young entrepreneurs as well as adult volunteers, young community leaders and social entrepreneurship promoters to explore leadership issues, styles and skills
The Power of true stories vs false news
Youth nowadays live surrounded by a continuous flood of information and news. The information comes to young people from almost every app that we use. Radio, television, newspapers, social media and internet became the main sources of often false news.