„This is our Europe!” – this sentence from a social media content shared by one of the participants became the slogan of that 30 youngsters in an Erasmus+ youth exchange where the common objective was to get to know each others’ social systems and culture.
Six-six young people from Greece, Lithuania, Hungary, Portugal and Romania participated in a project supported by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union. The project title was: NEETs for Children in Need. This was the third youth exchange organized by the Er hangja Association since 2015.
The Erasmus+ project, in which the Er hangja Association from Sacueni works as the partner from Romania, arrived to it’s third, last session. Thanks to the first two programs the Association managed to send six young people to two different Albanian cities on the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, to international environment, with meals and accommodation free of charge.
So now the Erhangja Association is looking for three young people, aged between 18-25 years, who would like to go to Dürres, Albania, between 22-28 April, 2017. The participants would learn about the equality of sexes, the proper promotion and communication of this kind of equality through mass media and other information channels that we use day by day.
The youth exchange NEETs FOR CHILDREN IN NEED will take place between 20-26 April 2017 in Săcueni, Romania with 30 young people from Romania, Hungary, Greece, Portugal and Lithuania.
The main topic of the youth exchange will be the social-economical-educational inclusion of young generations which will be approached from two sides. On the one hand, the majority of participants directly involved in the project will be NEET (not in employment, education and training) youngsters willing to develop skills, competences that can enhance their chances to employment. On the other hand, we intend to decrease the risk of social exclusion of institutionalized children (orphans, semi-orphans) through various programs carried out by the participants of the youth exchange in the local orphanage.
The Er hangja Association is int he fortunate situation of being the partner of a multiphasic Erasmus+ project that has 3 events in 3 different cities of Albania. We already let you know on this page what happened in the seaside city of Dürres, on the first meeting, that was a Youth Training, but the second meeting is yet to come.
This is why the Er hangja association needs young people between the age of 18-25 yrs, who would like to travel to Albania, Lezhë, between 7-14th of March 2017 in order to learn about gender equality, how to report it properly through media, and to share thoughts about this topic with the young people of other countries.
The Er hangja Association participated as partner in a project in Albania, between 12-19 October. The title of the Erasmus+ training was Gender Portrays trough Media. Three participants took part in the program from the city of Sacueni and represented Romania beside other youngsters from Macedonia, Kosovo, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, and Albania.
During the seven days the participants worked on the question of how man and women are depicted in media, doing this through individual work and team work, and also through non-formal educational methods.
The Er hangja Association organizes an Erasmus+ youth mobility involving 30 unemployed youth from Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, between 22-28 August, 2016. The project aims to help the youth by creating the occasion for acquiring intercultural and gastronomical knowledge; besides this, the participants will take part in workshops developing digital skills related to gastronomy (food blogging, food photography, etc.) that might help them on the labors market.
This is why the Er hangja Association calls for those who want to participate, to learn something new, and who are between the age of 18-25. To participate, please send an introductory text about yourself and a motivational letter to the email@example.com until the 31st of July, 12 a.m.
The project is funded by the European Union.
For more information please call Orsolya Biro, organizer, on the following number +40 755-481-491, and Timea Aszalos on +40 762-830-344.
The Er hangja Association organizes a mobility involving 24 unemployed youth from Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, between 11-16 July, 2015.The project addresses local, European and global issues, such as youth unemployment, poverty and discrimination against Roma youth.
This is why the Er hangja Assoiation calls for those who want to participate, to learn something new, and who are between the age of 18-30. To participate, please send an introductory text about yourself and a motivational letter to the firstname.lastname@example.org until th 25th of June. The project is funded by the European Union.
For more information please call Aszalós Tímea, organizer, on the following number +40 762-0838-344.