Author: Irina

Youngsters Are Updated, Not Misled

Youth Exchange “Be updated not Misled”  will gather 36 young people and youth leaders from 6 countries interested in the development of media literacy which implies a critical attitude towards media images and discourses as well as interested in developing certain skills of using media tools. During the YE  participants will have an opportunity through…

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What have I learned in Romania

My name is Mariam Akobia, I am from Georgia and I did a long European Voluntary Service in Constanta, a big city in Romania. The name of my project was: “Human skills for human life” and it started on 1 December 2017 and finished on 1 July 2018, so I had this experience during seven…

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MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE IN CONSTANTA

by JUAN ANAYA RODRÍGUEZ, ERASMUS + VOLUNTEER IN CONSTANTA (ROMANIA) At the beginning of my adventure I could not believe it that I was going to take the step to live in a very different country. I had many doubts about what I was going to see there, for me it was my first experience living outside of Spain,…

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The Booklet Rural Entrepreneurship Appetizer, on Salto Tool Box

This booklet was designed in the mobility of the “Rural but Crucial” Youth Exchange , organized by Unigrowth Development Center, Yerevan, Armenia, and coordinated by Romanian National Agency through Association for Promoting Creative&Eco Education and Innovative Abilities. It is a useful tool for inspiring youth workers to design activities on entrepreneurship topic for their youngsters….

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How I Discovered Romanian Culture – Part II: Georgian Volunteers

  It has already been three months, that I am here in Romania, Constanta as a EVS volunteer,  and I can say that my first stage of great discovery has been successfully finished and now, when cultural shok has gone I want to talked about my feelings that I have had in this 3 months….

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How I Discovered Romanian Culture – part I: Spanish Volunteers

It is impossible to forget the nerves of the day before our trip because there were many questions that arose during that moment: How is Romania? Will the weather be very cold? Will I be able to communicate with people? How is your culture different? What type of project am I embarking on? If we…

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4 Youngsters from Spain and Georgia are Volunteering in Constanta

Constanta is a 7 months host for  4 youngsters from Spain and Georgia, as participants to the project Human Skills for Human Life,  funded by the European Union through the Erasmus + program. Opportunity is called the European Voluntary Service and can be accessed by any youngster aged 17-30 in Europe. The Association for the…

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Anna’s Inktober

Drawing Emotions in Black and White – A Personal Project during Volunteering in Romania by Anna Koch „A long long time ago… There was a volcano…” Well… there aren’t any volcanos in Austria, BUT there where two young hitchhikers and one – not to brag – really talented young driver who picked those two up…

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Erasmus+ Projects Explained for High School Students

On 24th of October 2017, the  dissemination event for “Rural but Crucial” youth exchange took place at the Decebal Theoretical High School. The youth exchange was held in Armenia in June 2017, where the Association for the Promotion of Creative-Ecological Education and Innovative Abilities was represented by a number of 4 young people and 1…

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EVS – Human Skills for Human Life

    Long-term EVS, funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Union   Short description of the project: Time: 01/12/2017 – 30/06/2018 – 7 months long Place: Constanta, Romania – a big city near the Black Sea Coast Objectives: Raising the awareness of the importance of multicultural learning in fighting discrimination, among the 4…

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