In the framework of the Erasmus+ programme, the Youth Council of Yverdon-les-Bains, Dutch organisation “CN’ers” and Romanian association “Youth for Europe” have organised a youth exchange for youngsters aged 18-26. From 8th to 14th of July 2015, young habitants of Yverdon-les-Bains hosted a Dutch group from the city of Rotterdam as well as young Romanians from Ploiesti.Continue reading “We all need ID – Intercultural Debate”
This project is the second part of “We all need an ID / Intercultural Debate” (2015). Twenty youngsters aged 18-26 cooperated with the aim to build together a 5-day exchange program in Rotterdam in summer 2016. This cooperation resulted in “We all need an ID / Intercultural Dialogue. It took place from 7-14 July 2015Continue reading “We all need an ID – Intercultural Dialogue”
Youth exchange titled “Cut the Ice” was a multilateral project within Erasmus+ programme. The project took place in Murzasichle, Poland in October 2016. There were 40 participants, between the ages of 18- to 25-year-olds from the following countries: Holland, Lithuania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland. Young people, through creative activities, will were encouraged to realise thatContinue reading “Cut the Ice”
This youth exchange will took place in Bucharest, Romania from 21 to 27 July 2017. It was hosted by Youth for Europe (Romania) out partner organisation. The project brought together 25 participants from three organisations which are registered in Switzerland, Netherlands and Romania. This project is the last out of 3 youth exchanges implemented by the partners.Continue reading “We all need an ID: International Discovery”
From 7th to 12th of January we took part in a contact making seminar titled ‘Be Part of Future’. This seminar created a space for finding new partners for projects and enabled the exchange of experiences. The seminar focused on the promotion of volunteering and its meaning for the society and organisations. Be part of the futureContinue reading “Be Part of the Future”
“One World, Many Stories” is an Erasmus+ Youth exchange involving 42 young people from 7 countries, ages 18-26.
The theme of the project is to counteract discrimination and teach respect to all. Social exclusion, marginalisation in society, manifestations of xenophobia and racism can affect each of us in our closest environment.