GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "Creativity as a tool for youth empowerment" European project that will take place in Ohrid, Macedonia from 7 to 14 August 2015. The aim of this TC is to to train young people and develop approaches of working with young people and audiences, develop creativity and creative actions that animates the public. Deadline: May, 26, 2015.
Please notice that this call is for Romanian participants only. Other applications will not be considered.
About the project:
The training "Creativity as a tool for youth empowerment!" aims to train young people and develop approaches of working with young people and audiences, develop creativity and creative actions that animates the public. In order to strenghten the dialogue between youth work with Roma and non-Roma on local, national and international level, as well the cooperation and relations between Roma and non-Roma youth and youth organizations. The TC aims to foster the conceptual understanding of intercultural dialogue, youth empowerment and mobilization. One of the objectives is also to develop approaches for creating creative public actions, as well to develop new projects within the new Erasmus+ Programme. This 8-day training will bring youth workers, youth activists and volunteers together that are engaged at a local, regional and national level in the empowerment process of young Roma and inspire youth's creativity to take action.
-3 participants with no age limit
-personal and professional motivation
-minimum 18 years old
-GEYC volunteers and GEYC Community applicants will have priority to participate
|Ohrid Lake and City by night|
by 30th of May: selection of participants, notifications and confirmations (paying the participation fee - please notice that the participation fee is non-reimbursable)
Note: if you won't receive an e-mail by 30th of May, it means that we found other suitable candidates for this project.
The organizers will cover the following costs with the support of the European Commission:
- In order to start their travel, Romanian participants should own a valid ID card or passport.
- Arrangements regarding medical insurance are the responsibility of the participants.
- In order to be reimbursed, Romanian participants should start their travel from Romania.
- Please make sure you have read and accepted the terms and conditions of GEYC European mobility programs before you apply.
- A schedule draft of the project can be found below