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Youthckub in Stereotyoes with Irina and Ema

On 29th November 2016 Irina and Ema held a Youth Club session for teenagers and young adults on stereotypes. Since the latter are practically omnipresent, the facilitators’ intent was to show that in their role as everyday generalizations they are not always bad but also to emphasize, that discrimination based on stereotypes is, of course, highly problematic. To underline the fact, that first impressions are not always true, the participants were separated in two groups. One group got pictures of…

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Reflecting on personal Identity

On 28th November 2016, Ana and Arancha gave a Youth Club lesson for Moldovan youngsters. The main topic of this meeting was identity. Though every person has one, it is important to reflect on it from time to time and to realize the importance of being open towards different people and societies. Undertanding, that we have sometimes more in common than we might think at first glance but also respecting differences is essential. To achieve this goal, the participants reflected…

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Participants of the project “Let’s Explore Intercultural Competence with YOU(th)” have started organizing and realizing Youth Clubs.

Participants of the project “Let’s Explore Intercultural Competence with YOU(th)” have started organizing and realizing Youth Clubs. The first Youth Club took place on 25th of November and covered the topic of Identity. 20 young people have brainstormed and shared ideas on what forms our Identity. Also, they have participated in activities designed to discover and define our own identity. Laura McCoy and Victoria Popescu, well done!

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Iceberg theory of identity

On 25th November 2016, Laura and Victoria gave a Youth Club lesson for Moldovan ten-graders aged 15 or 16. The main topic of this meeting was identity. Though every person has one, it is important to reflect on it from time to time and to realize the importance of being open towards different people and societies. Undertanding, that we have sometimes more in common than we might think at first glance but also respecting differences is essential. To achieve this…

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Youth club on identity

Aliona and Roza gave a Youth Club lesson for Moldovan youngsters aged 15 to 17. The main topic of this meeting was identity which is a very relavant subject for every participant since everybody has a personality. Especialy during adolescence, shaping the own identiy, finding out what defines one and gaining self-consciousness are very important factors. Furthermore, the meeting was also about being tolerant towards other people. To achieve this goal, the participants were asked to write down a positive…

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A new generation of volunteers in 2016 – First General Meeting

On the 14th of September, ADVIT “Europe without borders” together with the new EVS and Weltwartes volunteers community from Chisinau Republic of Moldova, had the first introductory meeting about Erasmus +, about the local culture and EVS practicalities. During the first meeting, volunteers had introductive games and a city quest for that they were split into four teams and were having different tasks that helped them to understand better the local Moldovan culture and society where they are going to…

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APV for the project “Youth for Heritage!”

In between 11-14 of March 2016 in Chisinau, Moldova took place Advanced Planning Visit (APV) for the project “Youth for Heritage!” funded from Erasmus+ Programme, KA1, Belgium NA (JINT vzw – Flemish NA). The Youth Exchange ‘Youth for Heritage!’ aims to support the involvement of young people in the sustainable development of urban communities and to promote the understanding of the importance of protection of cultural heritage both on national and international level. The project consists of 2 parts –…

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