Brotherhood Muslims, Jewish, Christians; Armenians, Arabics, ... live together peacefully. We want study this brotherhood with any countries in Europe.


The continued increase of carbon dioxide emissions
caused by vehicles and houses, and, nearly two billion tones waste
have been produced and this has been increased 10% every year,
make the earth uninhabitable. Between 1990-2004 Turkey’s carbon
dioxide emissions increased 72,6. This brought Turkey to the first rank,
on the point of polluting the earth. Most of species of animals are
under the danger of the extinction.

The ecological balance has been deformed by the global warming and
climate changes. So the food chain has been deformed.
Unless we educate our students and their families about the environment,
this thread will be increased severely day by day.

We want to investigate, observe about the protecting ways of the environment
together with European partners. And we also want to inform the people around
us by means of brochures, booklets, website, questionnaires, etc.

We are looking for partners from Europe to study with us. We can study with any European countries.

Our school is a secondary school in İskenderun/Hatay, Turkey. Our students are between 14-19 years old. The language is English.

Mr. Necat Tektaş

Mr. Necat Tektas

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Project overview

BROTHERHOOD is a project by
İskenderun Lisesi
taking place
from 2008-01 till 2010
This project relates to:
Action 1.1 (Youth Exchanges), Action 1.2 (Youth Initiatives), Action 1.3 (Youth democracy projects), Action 2 (European Voluntary Service), Action 3.1 (Cooperation with the Neighbouring Partner Countries), Action 3.2 (Cooperation with Other Countries of the World), Action 4.3 (Training and Networking), Action 5.1 (Meetings of young people and those responsible for youth policy)
and is focusing on:
  • Democracy/Active citizenship
  • Environment
  • Human rights
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Sustainable development

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