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Euro-Heart Beats for Healthy Habits

Seminar

2-9 October 2014 | Kratovo, Republic of North Macedonia

This is a Seminar with the title “Euro-Heart Beats for Healthy Habits” that will be hosted in Macedonia, in October 2014, gathering together 32 youth workers, youth leaders, activists and volunteers from 15 partner organizations belonging to EU and SEE.
This is a seven-day Seminar that will focus on healthy lifestyles in Europe and the influence of its promotion on young people’s life and behavior in our societies. Sedentary lifestyles, addictions, unhealthy nutrition and disease, remain one of the most salient problems in today's Europe, in particular in those regions that are beyond EU legislation and regulations, but not lacking problems in countries of modern Europe. The objectives of the Seminar are: • To provide space and time for youth organizations working on healthy life issues among youth and healthy lifestyles both in Programme Countries and South East Europe (SEE) to present their work, • To exchange examples of good practice, • To focus on the debate of the state of health in different realities of Europe, • To explore different techniques as a means of promotion of positives of healthy lifestyles, • To foster future cooperation and young people’s involvement in the process of creation of better approaches towards youth, • To reflect on issues of health insurance policies and equality programmes of the European Union. The Seminar looks towards improvement of the quality of support systems for activities aimed at the empowerment of young people in matters concerning health. Moreover, this Seminar will focus on chances and opportunities for intercultural dialogue, opportunities for future transnational cooperation and joint activities.
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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/4287

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This Seminar is

for 31 participants

from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, KOSOVO * UN RESOLUTION, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers, Activists and Voluteers

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Slou Fud Bitola (Youth NGO)

"Slow Food Bitola" is a civil association founded in 2011, a local organization that is part of the National Network "Slow Food in Macedonia" which consists of 12 autonomous local organizations and youth organizations and also part of the international network of Slow Food organization.
The mission of the Association is to through various activities permanently change the functioning of the food system , to make remembering of forgotten flavors and educate new generations in order to respect the traditions , plants , animals , fertile soils and waters that comes from our food . The association also works to inspire transformation in food policy , production practices and market forces so that they can provide satisfaction , equity and sustainability of the food we eat .

Contact for questions:

Ana Karamandi

E-Mail:

Phone: 389 71 222 528

Costs

Participation Fee: EU Countries: 40 euro SEE Countries:30 euro Accommodation and food: 100% covered Travel costs: 70% covered

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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