How can we have an impact in what is happening in Europe? How can we participate and shape democratic procedures? The seminar “My Vote – My Impact!” addresses current European challenges and future questions in the context of the 2019 elections for European Parliament.
Category: International Youth Work
The European Solidarity Corps (ESC) is an initiative from European Union which provides opportunities for young people to volunteer and/or work in projects that benefit people and communities around Europe. The programme is offering volunteer and occupational activities that support non-governmental organisations, local authorities or private companies in addressing challenging situations across the European Union. Read more
Games and activities for children and youth are bringing your group work to life. They help breaking the ice, bringing people together and building a group, stimulate and increase curiosity and learning, strengthen interaction and communication, and many more things. Games and exercises reinforce learning through experiencing. Read more
What experiences during intercultural encounters can be used as opportunities for intercultural learning? What is special about them? What turns them into key-experiences? How can such opportunities be perceived and used to learn with and from one another? – This article brings together some ‘mosaic pieces’ from a wide range of theoretical reflections and practical experience. Read more
The European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programme is an initiative from European Union which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer and/or work in projects that benefit communities and people around Europe. The programme is offering volunteer and occupational activities that support a non-governmental organisation (NGO), local authority or private company in addressing challenging situations across the European Union. Read more
Games and activities for kids, children and youth with and without special needs. Ideas and resources for (International) Youth Work. Read more