KA 105 Action - 1 Partner - 20 Participants - International Youth Exchange

In Turkey, in the very roots of the technology base of ancient civilizations and modern scientists, here we offer you a chance to be a part of our futuristic project, Digitalism. Through out history, advances in technology helped us civilize, be the modern humans. The race between technology versus mankind has far begun, where the speed of technology surpassed itself, leading us to be the outdated robots with low batteries. Get ready to charge yourself up with new updates of modern age. where the sources are unlimited.. Digitalism, sponsored by Erasmus Plus Programe Turkish National Agency, is going to be held in D├╝zce with 20 participants from 2 diffirent countries. The main purpose of the project is intercultural interaction where our theme will be technology itself. On related theme, there will be workshops about tecnological equipments, non-formal education methods will be used in these workshops in which will be impossible for a participant to stay in their comfort zones. In the end of the project we will, altogether create a Digital Library of Youth Work Database. Social topics will be underlined such as tolerance, harmony, solidarity, inclusion, cultural diversity, inclusion, respect and acceptance. There will be touristic excursions where ancient civilizations has lived and expanded. In cultural nights let us taste your traditional flavors, speak the same language and dance together! Be the change you want to be, and take your first step out of your marked area, join us in the circle!

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Project overview

Digitalism is a project by
Organisation Time
taking place
from 2021-01-09 till 2021-09-16
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges
and is focusing on:
  • Democracy/Active citizenship
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Leadership
  • Media and communication
  • Non-formal learning
  • Social media
  • Volunteering

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