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Campaigning for human rights in Portugal

A team of five person learned more about fundamental human rights representing Romania in an Erasmus+ youth exchange program that took place on March 20-29, in Coimbra, Portugal.

During the program, young people not simply listed human rights for each other, but also gained insight into what advocacy is, what are the mechanisms for protecting human rights in international law, what is climate justice, or how governance override human rights in a pandemic or war. As part of the program, a total of thirty participants organized awareness-raising campaigns and a human rights festival in Coimbra’s main square.

Exchanging good practices for a better inclusion!

The Erhangja Association had just risen from the return of young people volunteering in the Solidarity Corps program, and another event had already taken place, which was hosted by the Er Hangja Studio, and this time the participants were adults. Representatives of three countries took part in an international meeting in Sacueni in the framework of an Erasmus+ strategic partnership.

Focused on fake news in Denmark

“True or false? Can you tell the difference? ” – this was the title of the Erasmus + youth exchange program that took place in Denmark in mid-November. The Voice of the Ore Association sent five young people from Romania to the village of Pindstrup to learn new facts about the pseudo-news together with other young people from Denmark, Poland, Hungary, Spain and Portugal.

Video games certainly have positive effects!

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…

Youth Exchange in Denmark!

The Erhangja Association is looking for five young people between the ages of 16 and 25 years to send them to an Erasmus Plus Youth Exchange in Denmark to learn more about fake news, smart and safe internet usage and many more! The date is 15-24 November, 2021. – with travel days to Pindstrup, Denmark.

Travel costs, accommodation and meals are provided and covered by the project. There is no application fee. the organizing association is: Passion Udflugt from Aarhus. Other participants will arrive from Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Portugal and Spain. You can apply to the email address erhangja1@gmail.com by sending your cover letter as soon as possible, but not later than 5th November.

Youth Exchange in Spain!

The Erhangja Association is looking for six young people between the ages of 18 and 30 to send them to an Erasmus Plus Youth Exchange in Spain to learn more about video games and their positive effects. The date is 22–29. August, 2021. – with travel days to Spain, Moraira.

Travel costs, accommodation and meals are provided. There is no application fee, application deadline: July 10. Organizing Association: Amics from Valencia. Partner countries: Greece, Portugal, Spain. You can apply to the email address erhangja1@gmail.com by sending a cover letter.

Embrace Spanish Christmas!

Almudena and Maria presented their new online series to spread some knowledge on the most important elements of a Spanish Christmas! The online event took the online place between 14-18 December, 2020, on the Erhangja International facebook page, with short videos and descriptions! If you read further, you’ll find who are Tió or the Reyes Magos!

Embrace Spanish Food!

Our Spanish volunteers invited the great public to an online series where anyone could learn how the most well-known and delicious Spanish meals are done! If you missed the online event between 22-27 NOvember, 2020, here you find everything you need to know! If you read further, you’ll find the recipes and How it’s made? videos as well!

Embrace Spanish Dances!

Our Spanish volunteers, Almudena and Maria were excited to present their second cultural event called: “Move your body: Embracing Spanish Dancing” that took place on 24th October. They invited everyone saying: “come and let the music flow through your veins.” They had a wonderful time in which they let their bodies feel and move to the beat of Sardanes, Chotis and Sevillanas! Let’s keep that energy going and waltz into a new week full of joy and happiness!