Overcome bad prejudices against video games and the people who play them; raise awareness of the skills and abilities that can be improved by video gaming; discover how they can work as educational tools for video games to create an inclusive, inclusive community? Among other things, these were the main goals of the exchange program that took place in August in the wonderful Moraira, Spain, and…

where the Erhangja Association has dsent a group of six people representing Romania. One of the participants, Máté, said shortly after the program: “It was very pleasant, the schedule was good and the programs were good too, it will be a lasting memory!” There were participants who, while not being big players, were curious about what the topic had to offer.

Of course, there were those who had significant video player experience before departure. The above mentioned issues were discussed in the form of group activities during the program, but there was also time for video games and recreation during the siestas. “Personally, I really enjoyed the program and it was a great experience for me to participate in it. The topic was also something that was close to everyone in some way, and he could get involved on it. I liked that it wasn’t monotonous at all, there was always some task, game or a break. And Spain is an incredibly beautiful place, I love it. But what is certain is that their gastronomy is not for our taste in Romania, ”said Heni, who went to the program from Bihar, telling stories laughing after the team returned home.