November 4, 2013 – November 13, 2013
Por primera vez organizamos un curso en Dinamarca en cooperación con otras 6 asociaciones internacionales y contamos con 4 plazas para participantes españoles. El curso se llama ACTIVE y tendrá lugar del 4 al 13 de noviembre de 2013 en Hjortdal.
ACTIVE es un curso de 9 dias que tiene por objetivo la promoción de la educación sobre ciudadanía europea entre jóvenes de diversos países. El curso tendrá lugar en Hjortdal (Dinamarca) y contará con la participación de 25 jóvenes de 7 países: Dinamarca, Eslovenia, Rumanía, España, Letonia, Turquía y Grecia.
A través de la participación en este curso los jóvenes líderes, trabajadores sociales, trabajadores en el ámbito de la juventud y representantes de asociaciones aprenderán y entenderán en profundidad sobre la ciudadanía europea, la importancia de ciudadanía activa y el entendimiento entre individuos cohabitan en la misma comunidad o ciudad.
El curso ACTIVE ofrecerá a sus participantes herramientas para explorar el significado de “la ciudadanía”, y cómo incrementar la participación activa de jóvenes en sus comunidades. Habrán actividades tipo workshops, learning peer-to-peer, presentaciones, visitas locales, para desarrollar los valores de tolerancia, derechos humanos, solidaridad y responsabilidad.
Para poder participar los participantes deben de tener un nivel de inglés básico para poder comunicarse con el resto de participantes y ser activos en los debates, participar en todas las actividades que la asociación de acogida organice (los participantes no pueden irse de vacaciones o por su cuenta de turismo -esto es un curso-).
CONDICIONES DE PARTICIPACIÓN
Para participar es necesario ser socio de Libertas International. Si todavía no lo eres visita este link http://www.libertasinternational.com/membership/ . Tener entre 18 y 35 años de edad, hablar inglés al menos básico para poder comunicarse con el resto de participantes.
Alojamiento y comidas está incluido en el programa. Reembolso del 70% de los gastos de viaje a través de transferencia bancaria. El límite para los gastos de viaje es de 710 euros ida/vuelta.
Para que el reembolso del 70% de los gastos del viaje sea efectivo, los participantes deberán traer impresos los emails de confirmación de sus vuelos, tarjetas de embarque, tickets de metro, bus, tranvía, tren, y toda prueba de pago. El viaje tendrá que realizarse de la manera más económica en vuelos de clase turista y en 2º clase si los participantes viajan en tren.
Hay una tasa para la gestión de las plazas de los participantes de 32 euros.
Los participantes serán alojados en régimen de pensión completa en habitaciones compartidas en el albergue Ferriecenter Slettestrand. Esta es su página web: www.slettestrand.dk
Puedes descargarte el programa de actividades aquí: ACTIVE. program
Para participar es necesario enviar tu curriculum por email a email@example.com
April 7, 2013 – April 13, 2013
There will be a training course in Latvia under the title SEE A GAME that will take place in Riga from 7th to 13th April 2013. 2 participants have been already selected to go to this event.
Summary of the Project
The project targeting youth leaders, workers and those working for the elimination of unemployment among young people will gather participants from 10 partners of 10 countries (Latvia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Ukraina, Belarussia, Georgia and Armenia) to address the challenges and opportunities related to youth unemployment and social exclusion in Europe.
An entrepreneurial attitude is essential for adapting to the fast social and economic developments of our time. SEE A Game is game based activities where using a set of board games, entrepreneurial processes are simulated and entrepreneurial attitudes are stimulated.
“ Often it is the right attitude that makes the diference between failure and success in entrepreneurship.”
Through „learning by doing” to acquire a new non-formal working method which in future Project participants (game masters) could use in their own countries.
„More than 23 million people are unemployed in Europe today. Unless we can improve our growth rates, unemployment will remain high. We need to keep people in work and create new jobs, including in the “green economy”. (Statement of the members of the European council , 30. January, 2012)”
„In total, 7.5 million people in the 15-24 age group are neither in employment nor in education or training. This means that one in five young people on the labour market cannot find a job. The youth unemployment rate (at over 20%) is twice as high as for the whole working population and nearly three times as high as the rate for the adult active population. In some countries, rates are as high as 40%. Within the same countries situations may differ widely between regions. Moreover, certain groups of the young population (including women, young people with disabilities, youth with migrant background) are particularly exposed to the risks of unemployment, long-term unemployment, early school leaving or inactivity. (Communication from the commision to the European parliament, the council, the European economic and social comittee of the regions / Youth Opportunities Initiative, Brussels)”
The focus on entrepreneurial attitudes instead of on an entrepreneurial knowledge base is the major innovation of SEE A Game. Knowledge and information are not sufficient to succeed in taking charge of one’s own professional, social and personal life.
What is „SEE A Game”? SEE A Game is game-based learning activities where students/players are pushed to develop an entrepreneurial attitude and competencies. Using a set of board games, entrepreneurial processes are simulated and entrepreneurial attitudes are stimulated. In particular SEE A Game focuses on the following ones: Assessment/Factor analysis Self-confidence Motivation Focusing/goal-orientation Taking initiative Out-of-the-box thinking Organisational competence (information, searching, planning) Self-reflection Decision making Problem solving Social competencies and empathy Creativity MENU is a competitive game designed for promoting the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and competencies. However, the game is designed not to allow uncontrolled flaming up and strikes a balance between in-game competition and keeping a socially collaborative learning environment. Each team consist of 2-4 players and in game can take part up to 5 teams. It includes different challenges, that can be played over multiple sessions, and it also allows teachers to create their own challenges and also to mix together with another non formal learning methods. In addition, it also develops creativity, presentation and time management skills as in the beginning each team need to develop a team name and logo, which need to be presented.
FAIR is a collaborative game designed for promoting the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and competencies. Collaborative game means that collaboration is the main driver in the game. However, for the game to remain intriguing, some competition will develop within teams, still maintaining a socially collaborative learning environment. FAIR is designed for sessions with 6 to 24 players. In this game each player represents a catering company and there are used the card decks. Each player’s cards represent the company’s assets, and its goals are stated on the goal card included in the deck . The goal of the game for each player is making an offer to the country fair organizers, getting the contract and achieving her/his individual goals.
Training course time Plan
Arrival Date Project : 7 April 2012
Departure Date Project: 13 April 2012
Duration (without travel days) : 5 working days
Profile of participants and partner organisations
Totally in Project will be 10 countries and 20 participants. From each organisation 2 participants – youth
workers or /and Project leaders with age over 18. Partners need to send participants who already work with young people and we prefer participants who work in the field of entrepreneurship.
March 28, 2013 – April 8, 2013
28th March – 8th April 2013 in Marrakesh
Trip to Morocco to discover the Moroccan culture and geography, and to participate in a voluntary program with children and youngsters from Marrakesh.
28th March: Participants arrive to the Marrakesh Airport. Bus Transfer to the youth hostel based in the Medina of Marrakesh. Welcome to participants and presentation of them program. Energisers to get to know each other. Typical Moroccan dinner.
29th March: Day trip to Essaouira in a minibus with a tourist guide, visit to the Medina which is cultural heritage of the UNESCO. Visit to Argan eco-farm.
30th & 31st March: Trip with a 4×4 car to the Zagora Desert and Ouarzazate city. Excursion with camels. Visit to Ait Ben Haddou. We will spend the night with a berber community sleeping in haimas in the desert.
Next morning we will go to Draa Valley and Kasbah of Taurirt Ouarzazate.
1st-7th April: voluntary project with children in a primary school. In the evenings we will have different workshops: Moroccan cuisine, henna,session in the hamman, Moroccan culture, basic Arabic language.7th April Good bye party.
8th April: Breakfast, evaluation & certificates.Departure of participants to their respective countries.
Participation fee: 259 euros. The fee includes transportation from Marrakesh Menara airport to the youth hostel, accomodation, meals, excursions with guide, cultural activities, materials for the workshops with children and translators. The fee does not include travel costs from the origin of the participant to Marrakesh, beberages, snacks out of the meal times, souvenirs or travel insurance.
Practical information: For going to Morocco you do not need any vaccination or special treatment. We only advise you not to drink tap water. You need a passport to come. If you are not coming from a EU country just check with the Moroccan consulate in your country and ask.
VOLUNTEERING: We would like participants to be so motivated to organise activities for the children. There will be 2 volunteer per class plus a translator, so you do not have to worry about how you will communicate with the children. We have done similar projects 3 times before and the result was excellent. We will have a preparation process before arriving to Marrakesh, and we will all participate to design the workshops for the children. We will appreciate that participants will be highly motivated, flexible, patient and ready for active children and youngsters.
If you want to apply please download this form and send it to us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How can you make the payment of the participation fee? By bank transfer to this account:
BENEFICIARY: LIBERTAS INTERNATIONALNAME OF THE BANK: BANKIA
I.B.A.N. : ES83 2038 6422 6960 0000 6102
BIC / SWITCH CODE: CAHMESMMXXX
Address of the bank:
BANKIA Plaza Mayor, 3 Onil 03430 Alicante Spain
March 1, 2013 – May 31, 2013
Recently our organisation Libertas International signed an agreement with the Toros University based in Mersin (Turkey), in order to give the opportunity to 2 young people who are trainers or Spanish language teachers who are members of Libertas International to spend a period of 3 months in Turkey teaching Spanish language.
The Toros University offers accomodation, meals and 100 euros per month as pocket money.
The period of volunteering starts 1st of March and ends on the 31th of May 2013.
The travel costs round trip will be covered by the volunteers.
Potential applicants should send their resume and motivation letter by email to email@example.com and write “voluntary program at Toros University” in the subject of the email.
The final selection will be made by the team of Toros University.
The deadline for sending candidatures is 5th of February 2013.
January 28, 2013 – February 10, 2013
We are partners of a very nice project called HOME STREET HOME that will take place is Ordu (Turkey) from 28th January to 10th January.
This Youth Exchange project, “Home sTReet Home” is about protecting homeless street animals by building homes to them and informing people living in Ordu, the middle sized , city of Turkey, is a representative place for protecting street animals in Turkey. There will be 7 young European people including group leaders from Romania, Lithuania, Italy, Poland, Spain and 8 young European people including group leaders from Turkey. The youth exchange project will take place in Ordu between the dates 28th January and 10th of February 2013. During the 12 days, participants will have the opportunity to build home to protect street animals in winter and inform people about how to protect street animals which directly promotes the notion of European citizenship. All participants will actively participate in all activities. Besides these, there will be some social activities , pool day, Turkish bath day, traditional Turkish family visiting ( we will have a breakfest + Turkish cafe and inform family about YiE) , cultural nights , promoting YiA programs and so on. There will be evaluation sessions each evening evaluating the daily activities in order to promote democratic rights of the citizens. The project, also, allows every group to introduce their culture to other groups, emphasizes socilization, broadmindedness of youngs and caring other participants’ ideas, allows getting information about other countries.
There are 6 participating countries from:
Turkey, Poland, Spain, Lithuania, Romania and Italy
The Group size: 7 participants (ages between 18 and 25)
The Youth Exchange is scheduled from 28th January to 10th February, 2013 and will take place in Ordu (Turkey).
Finantial conditions: The project covers accomodation and meals during the whole stay of participants and also the 70% of travel costs (presenting original tickets, invoices, boarding cards, proof of payment and emails of confirmation).
The organisers will give the 35% of travel cost in cash, and the rest when the participants send the remaining tickets to the organisers, when they are back home.
The youth Exchange will be held in English language.
Arrival Time: whole day 28th January, 2013 (Monday)
Departure Time: Before 12:00 am 10th February, 2013 (Sunday)
Visa: No Visa is required for EU citizens, participants will need to have only valid ID card or international passport.
! Please, check the VALIDITY of the passports before the departure – Passport must be valid at least for 6 (six) months.
Local Transportation and Transportation:
Firstly, you should buy your tickets from your country to Samsun airport. In Samsun, you will see a bus, naming HAVAŞ. It costs 20 TL , Euro is NOT valid. The bus collects you from the airport and takes you to Ordu. Then, We will collect you when you arrive in Ordu.
Hotel DSI Sosyal Tesisleri. It will be near the city center. It is the best place for a Youth Exchange. You can reach city center by using public transportation.
We recommend you to bring with you, Cloths which you consider as the most comfortable for you. Take your boats and winter clothes, bruise, muffler, gloves, jacket etc; because there will be usually snowball fights during the project.
Accommodation and Food:
Rooms with 2, 3, 4 beds
In principle 2, 3, 4 participants of the same sex and different nationalities will share one room.
Hotel will provide us with towels and bed linen.
Dining room is located in the same building. Organizers will provide participants with three meals per day.
We strongly recommend each participant to inform the ORGANIZERS about any special needs such are dietary, vegetarian or any other kind of special need!!! FuturEurope Address:
It is the responsibility of the participant to get an insurance for whole duration of Youth Exchange 28th January – 10th February, 2013.
The Currency in Turkey is Turkish Lira. 1 Euro = 2.3 TL
1 Beer = 2 Euro (In Market) , 4 Euro (In Pubs)
1 Coca Cola = 0.7 Euro
1 Water = 0.25 Euro
Public Transportation = 0.7 Euro (1 Way)
There will be a Wi-Fi Internet available in the hotel.
Each Group is asked to prepare a short oral and visual presentation of their organization
· _Each Group is asked to prepare cultural presentations (any kind of activity will be welcomed)
· _Each Group is welcome (actually obligatory J _) to bring national drinks and snacks for the intercultural evening.
You are expected to participate fully in all activities, unless you are ill. Unauthorized absence from activities and workshops won’t be permitted. We would really appreciate energetic and active participation.
Smoking is prohibited inside of the buildings, so all smokers will have to leave the building in case you want to smoke a cigarette.
If need any other additional information please contact:
List of Partners:
Number of Participants
Polish-Lithuanian association of turism and recreation ,,Neighbours”
ASOCIATIA TINERI PARTENERI PENTRU DEZVOLTAREA
Leadership and Innovation Academy, Kaunas University of Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences
Centro Solidarietà Incontro Ascolto e prima Accoglienza ONLUS – CSV Chieti
Association Libertas International