TITLE: European Values Through Wide-Angle Lens PLACE: Santander, Spain DATES: October 7-13, 2019 PROJECT AIMS TO Promote European values by using cameras which are common to use nowadays Improve the level of skills and key competences of young people including the ones with fewer opportunities Reduce passive participation by promoting interaction and intercultural communication between the participants WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants should be at least 18 years old young people, youth workers, youth leaders who are interested in photography and image, who are creative and willing to share ideas, discover new things and reflect. Working language i...


TITLE: Colours of Youth Work PLACE: Bardejov, Slovakia DATES: November 18-25, 2019 The seminar is targeted to youth workers and managers in youth organisations who are interested in sharing practices and learning from each other in order to enrich their own youth work and toolbox provide better services to young people improve the work of their organization and create more impact build lasting international partnerships to support each other and run activities together   WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants should be at least 18 years old youth workers, youth leaders, mentors, facilitators, social workers, teachers and other professional...


TITLE: Art of Conflict Management: Achieving Solutions for Life, Work and Beyond PLACE: Kobuleti, Georgia DATES: September 23rd - October 1st, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS to motivate young people, as well as youth workers, in their home countries to develop intercultural dialogue projects as a result of their training in negotiation, intercultural communication, diversity management and conflict resolution.     PROJECT OBJECTIVES: To empower and equip young leaders and youth workers with skills which help them for conflict resolution - negotiation, intercultural communication, diversity management and conflict resolution skills on personal, interper...


TITLE: Conflict Resolution – Move Fast and Say Yes PLACE: Kobuleti, Georgia DATES: September 15-22, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS to develop and promote intercultural competences and diversity management skills of youth workers in multi-cultural environments.   PROJECT OBJECTIVES: Equip participants with interpersonal communication and negotiation skills to create more effective outcomes in conflict situations; Explore tools, approaches and attitudes for effective conflict intervention and resolving seemingly intractable disputes on all levels (personal, organizational, community and country level); To equip participants with knowledge and tools abo...


TITLE: Fish or Fishing? PLACE: Akhaltsikhe, Georgia DATES: September 22-30, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS to explore the concept of youth initiatives and how youth work can become more participative and co-owned if young people are empowered to implement their own ideas. AFTER THE SEMINAR PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO support youngsters in implementing their ideas without judging engage young people in active community life by implementing mini-scale projects promote co-responsibility, co-ownership and solidarity among youngsters explain basics of project writing support young people in all phases of project realization WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants...


TITLE: Power to You(th) PLACE: Galway, Ireland DATES: September 22-27, 2019     THE PROJECT AIMS to develop youth workers’ and youth leaders’ skills on how to support young people to become and feel empowered to positively contribute to society. We will also explore how the Erasmus+ programme can be used to inspire and empower young people to actively participate in society.   WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants should be at least 18 years old youth workers, youth leaders, mentors and other professionals who work directly with youth.   Working language is ENGLISH.    The Armenian team will consist of 2 partici...


TITLE: VOLUNTEERING POTENTIAL LAB PLACE: Poznan, Poland DATES: August 16 - 24, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS  to increase the quality of volunteering projects by developing competences of coordinators and other people working with volunteers.     Through this training course it is envisaged that participants would be able to expand their knowledge with modern methods of assessing the needs of volunteers, will develop conflict resolution and communication skills․       WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants should be at least 18 years old youth workers, volunteer coordinators, youth leaders, youth managers and other professionals who work...


TITLE: Wild style: live outdoors, love outdoors PLACE:  Tramonti (Amalfi Coast), Italy DATES: 10-20 September, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS to reconnect participants to nature and through this reconnecting them also to each other and to themselves.         THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES: Re-discover outdoor activities of different types and having fun outdoors together; Intercultural exchange and sense of community through outdoor educational elements and a small “adventure” together; Discover and develop personal competences during everyday camp life; Discuss and develop concepts of sustainability and respect for nature and...


TITLE: Developing Resilience through Youth Work PLACE: Wroclaw, Poland DATES: 30 August – 06 September 2019     THE PROJECT AIMS to improve the quality youth workers’ work and to improve the quality of Erasmus+ projects at all stages, by developing practical recommendations on symptom recognition and minimizing the consequences of professional burnout that will be disseminated among the partners and uploaded on SALTO for the use of youth workers from different countries. Project aims to also develop participants’ resilient skills and to deal effectively with stress using tools and resources for further application of these methods within the...


TITLE: Youth Work With a Difference PLACE: Malta DATES: August 31 – September 08, 2019 THE PROJECT AIMS to create awerness among the particpants about Youth Theatre as an innovative, creative and alternative learning process approach that can boost enthusiasn in the learning proces of young people.   Through this training course it is envisaged that participants would be able to familiarize themselves with youth theatre techniques and methods and in turn feel confident to plan, construct, devise and facilitate workshops to reach and support excluded youth especially those who are labeled as drop outs.   WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Participants sh...