Showing posts with label travelling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label travelling. Show all posts

14 February 2016

How to develop a community through the arts?

Between 18-26 January 2016, in Flaxley, Gloucestershire, UK, took place the training course ”Act for your Comunity! Training on Community development”. Andreea, one of our participants wants to share with you the story behind this project. Are you interested in finding out more? Keep reading!

13 January 2016

Call for 5 Romanian participants and one group leader: Youth Exchange in Aydin, Turkey (13-20 May)

GEYC is selecting 5 Romanian participants and one group leader, to take part in "First aid, second chance" European project that will take place in Aydin, Turkey from 13 to 20 May 2016. The main aim of the youth exchange is to of raise awareness of deaths caused by fatal drownings in summer seasons. Deadline: 24 January 2016 | Apply now!

02 July 2015

What to do in Antalya – The pearl of the Mediterranean

Do you plan to visit Antalya? Here are some useful tips on what to do in the city, from our volunteer Halit Tosun who is from Turkey.

28 June 2015

Bucharest's tourist attractions – in the eyes of foreigners

Over the summer GEYC is hosting 2 volunteers through the Erasmus Placement programme, Ferhad Orucov from Azerbaijan and Halit Tosun from Turkey. They visited parts of Bucharest until now and they want to share their impressions about two of the main tourist attractions in the capital city of Romania.

26 June 2015

Call for applicants: European Fellowship in the field of Human Rights Education

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "United Youth Combating Hate" Internship. The main aim of this project is aimed at developing skills in the fight against hate speech by training in human rights. Deadline: 1 July 2015

17 May 2015

5 cheap ways of travelling the world (and totally loving it)

Do you want to travel the world but don't really know how to mix limited resources in order to have an unforgettable experience? GEYC will give you a few tips in order to help you have an ultimate journey!