Colours of Youth Work (An International Seminar for Sharing Practices in Youth Work)

Posted on August 22, 2019

The Slovak Civil Society Organisation “EduEra” is happy to welcome you on our upcoming international seminar “COLOURS OF YOUTHWORK”.           The Slovak Civil Society Organisation “EduEra” is looking for participants from ERASMUS+ Programme Countries and Eastern Partnership Countries for a 6-day-lasting international seminar for sharing practices in youth work. The seminar is targeted at youth workers and managers in youth organisations who are interested in sharing practices and learning from each other in order to ……

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LET’S BLOG – Blog Literacy for Online Generation

Posted on August 5, 2019

LET’S BLOG In the 21st century digital technology widens options for choosing when and how to contribute to society. New digital citizenship platforms, where to share experiences and support each other are springing up ever more frequently. It brings more possibilities to become active citizen and to find more space in a given community. In the 21st century citizenship has gone digital, giving more opportunity and choice how we can contribute to society and make a difference to real lives…

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Tools For Self Reliance – ESC Southampton, England – Call for Participants

Posted on July 30, 2019

Introduction to Tools for Self Reliance   1 volunteer from Moldova.  September/October 2019 – September/October 2020   Practical information: Tools for Self Reliance is situated in Netley Marsh which is on the edge of the New Forest, approximately 11km from the main city of Southampton and 4km from Totton. For more information about Tools for Self Reliance and our work in the UK and Africa please visit www.tfsr.org Tools for Self Reliance is a UK based charity, established in 1980.  Our…

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Liviu Rotaru’s ESC Adventure in Vevelstad, Norway/

Posted on July 24, 2019

This is an short article that our local Moldovan, Liviu wrote about his 1 year journey in the beautiful Vevelstad, Norway. “I believe that one must love his or her country very much before one leaves for another place. I’ve always loved Moldova and I’ve been working with youth and developing projects here since the age of 15. After graduating high school, I desired to challenge myself even more and to test my skills in an international environment. Deciding to…

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Help, we are looking for Friends!

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Right now ADVIT Moldova are offering the chance to become a local friend to one of our new and current volunteers. This is an opportunity to improve your language skills and take a chance to make in international buddy.         What is a Local Friend. A Local Friend is a person who provides guidance and help to the volunteers as they adjust to their new chaotic life in a completely new city. A Local Friend has the…

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“Roads” Exercise

Posted on May 9, 2017

Roads Exercise To show how the Intercultural dimension is related to the capacity of dealing with a complex and interactive situation and emotions. To develop negotiation skills, decision-making skills, to become aware of cultural/personal perception of reality. Description of the tool In four groups distribute the description of the communities to each group (see download). Each group can ask one question after a period of reflection. Answer by reading the rules. RULES: This game is about building roads.You can only…

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“The Island of MonoMulti” tool

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THE ISLAND OF MONOMULTI (3 cultures) Exercise in which three different cultures meet and have to co-operate. Aims to raise awareness of diversity and consequences to start the discussion about how to deal with differences to experience a multi-cultural situation Time 1,5 – 2 hours (incl. evaluation) Group size 20 – 30 Material cartoon, scissors, glue, pencils, role cards (7 for each groups), 3 x observation questions Instructions The group is divided in 3 groups. Each group gets their role…

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Migration vs. Integration – Manual for youthworkers

Posted on March 23, 2017

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