While living in Greece for the past year, I first heard about youth exchanges and trainings through United Societies of Balkans. When I heard about the training course “InMediaAct” held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina I immediately knew it was the perfect course for me. I wanted to see what the program is all about and have the opportunity to work with youth from all over Europe discussing topics that are really important to me. The training course was focused on how refugees, migrants and minority groups are portrayed in the media. As a
Δεν υπάρχει ισχυρότερο αντίδοτο για να αντιμετωπισουμε την κουλτουρα του φοβου, που τοσο εντονα καλλιεργειται στις μερες μας. Το Erasmus + είναι μία καθοριστική εμπειρία ζωής, όπου η πολυγλωσσία, η διαφορετικότητα και η ισότητα προωθούνται υπό την διδασκαλία μεθόδων μη τυπικής εκπαίδευσης. Εκτός από σημαντικές θεωρητικές γνώσεις, το εκπαιδευτικό πρόγραμμα μας έδωσε την ευκαιρία να εφαρμόσουμε τις πληροφορίες πρακτικά, να εξετάσουμε τα δυνατά και τα αδύνατα σημεία μας και να συνεργαστούμε ώστε να πετύχουμε το επιθυμητό
Sentire Association together with partners from Turkey, Italy, Greece, Croatia announces the end of the project "Youth Work: Act of Inclusion. This project is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus program. The group was made up of 27 young workers aged over 18. The youth workers have participated in non-formal education activities that have been pursued: developing work skills through non-formal education methods, especially in working with marginalized and excluded people in society.
From 14th to 17th of May I participated as a representative of the Greek partner United Societies of Balkan with other 13 youth workers in the second Study Visit of the KA2 Strategic Partnership project "Digitalise it" which took place in Oviedo. The visit was organized by the Spanish association Asociación Youropia and the Italian association Affabulazione with the aim of sharing good practices, digital tools, and creative approaches in the field of storytelling to be used to work with young people with fewer opportunities.