Showing posts with label prismaEU. Show all posts
Showing posts with label prismaEU. Show all posts

02 July 2020

GEYC adopts the PRISMA Guidelines on Mobilities in the post Covid19 context

Together with our partners in the PRISMA European Network, GEYC has developed a set of guidelines that are meant to help organisations reduce COVID19 connected risks in running youth mobility projects at the international level.

09 November 2019

Join our consultation for the future of ErasmusPlus programme in the youth field for the period 2021-2027

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Together with our partners from PRISMA European Network we have launched a consultation targeting beneficiary organisations of Erasmus+ programme in the youth field aiming to collect their experience and suggestions for improving the format of the upcoming European programme in the youth field, the successor of the Erasmus+ programme during the period 2021-2027. 

12 November 2017

Japanese Culture in a Nutshell

Konichi wa! This is the first greeting phrase everyone hears getting out of the plane and stepping on the outlandish land of Nippon koku. A month has passed since my Japanese experience has finished and yet, it feels as it happened yesterday. Every day was a travel in time, from the Ancient Japanese culture to the present and future one. Thus, in what follows, the story will focus on the most memorable things it happened each day, from my personal perspective.

01 October 2017

MIRAI Program: a new opportunity door for young people

GEYC arrives at Japan [between 4th-10th of October] through our collegue, Cristina-Elena BALACEANU, who will take part at MIRAI2017 Program, together with other 165 students from Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus. 

28 October 2016

#SupportMoldova - Erasmus + Round Table

Mult aşteptatul program Eastern Partnership Youth Window a fost anunţat oficial în Ghidul Programului Erasmus + 2017 - Key Action 2 - Capacity Building in the field of youth. Altfel spus, organizaţiile din cele 6 ţări partenere din estul Uniunii Europene, printre care se numără şi Republica Moldova, pot aplica direct pentru granturi în calitate coordonatori ai proiectelor de tipul:

20 October 2016

Meeting EU Delegation in Moldova

On 17 Octomber 2016, GEYC & PRISMA European Network representatives have met EU Delegation in Moldova in the frame of #SupportMoldova program, as a step forward to strenghten the EU integration of Moldova.

08 October 2016

UPDATE: General results published - Have your say: Hate Speech Survey in Europe

Do YOU act or react? Hate Speech Survey in Europe (HaSpe) is part of a European research, which aims to identify youngsters' perception about hate speech, with a particular focus on hate speech online, and how they perceive their role in this regard. Let us know your opinion by November 15, 2016.

20 September 2016

Disseminating ESOQ in Barcelona

This week, 19-22 September, Mrs. General Secretary of PRISMA European Network, Cristina Bălăceanu, is participating at contact-making seminar "Real deeds in problematic fields” in Barcelona.

18 September 2016

EQYP Seminar in Yerevan

After 5 intensive days, full of energy and impact, GEYC team have came back home from Yerevan, Armenia with promising results and future objectives.

From 13th to 18th of September 2016, GEYC and "Education without Boundaries" (both members of PRISMA European Network) have organized "EQYP - European Quality in Youth Projects" Seminar in Yerevan, Armenia. The activity was the second mobility of the EQYP project coordinated by GEYC with the financial support of the European Commission through Erasmus+ programme. 

17 September 2016

European Fair held in Armenian State Pedagogical University

Thursday, 15 September 2016, GEYC, along other partners of PRISMA European Network and not only, have organised in the frame of EQYP [European Quality in Youth Projects], the European NGOs Fair at Armenian State Pedagogical University.

06 August 2015

#PrismaEU: Campania „Tinerii merită” a ajuns la final

Campania „Tinerii merită” a ajuns în mai multe orașe din țară unde voluntarii GEYC au discutat cu oamenii întâlniți pe stradă și în alte spații publice pe care i-au invitat să reflecteze la propoziția „Tinerii merită ...”. Rezultatele au fost imortalizate și încărcate pe rețele sociale.