Erasmus+ Youth Exchange (Outdoor)
Location: Tbilisi, Mountainous region of Kakheti/Georgia
Project dates: 22 July–2 August, 2017
Participants per country: 4 participants between 18-26 years old
Partner organization form Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization www.csyo-az.org
Deadline: 21 June 2017 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email till 30 June 2017 for Skype interview.)
100% of accommodation, food and transportation will be covered with the support of Erasmus+. Travel cost limit for Azerbaijan is 80 EUR per person. Participants will be reimbursed in 1 month after the activity.
Description: Youth-Educational organisations “Norsk Organisasjon for Internasjonalt Samarbeid” (Norway) & “Youth For the World”(Georgia) together with partners initiates a project “Plant Your Future!”, which is based on rising awareness towards environment, and how we as citizens can make a change, when we work together. 40 participants from 8 different countries will focus on creating a community garden and with that leaving a special trace from each participant. The activities during this project will create an interesting learning platform for sharing knowledge Project aims to visualize the Erasmus plus program, in hopes to reach out to the target groups suitable for Youth Exchanges. To encourage citizenship, by demonstrating for youngster the ability they hold to make a difference, impact society to participate actively in the community. The project is straightforward to visualize Erasmus+, shine a light on sustainable development through nature preservation and grass-root projects, and encouragement of mobility through citizenship. We believe by aiming for these issues, we are also addressing needs of visualization of youth programs, environmental awareness and encouragement of citizenship.
-Encourage citizenship, by demonstrating for youngster the ability they hold to make a difference, impact society and encouraging to participate actively in the community;
-To make a visible project for the community such as a community garden;
-To learn about the importance of grass-root projects, as well as how to apply them in small and big measures;
-To build a broader understanding of what an inclusive attitude means;
-To show to the local community, the abilities to how E+ projects can affect & mobilize youth;
-To raise the sense of empathy towards other people.
Participant countries: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Norway, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Italy, Latvia.
Participant profile: Expected participants: youngsters, youth workers & young leaders who are already active but aim to develop as youth leaders, concretely in the sphere of motivation.