Draw for inclusion

Youth exchange: foster mutual understanding and tolerance among young people from different cultures and backgrounds

With this youth exchange we aim to foster mutual understanding and tolerance among young people, supporting them in the awareness of the importance and richness inherent in the difference between cultures. The ART, due to the importance it plays in culture and traditional heritage of the peoples has been identified as the main tool for achieving this purpose. We strongly believe that thanks to the ART we can effectively contribute to the abatement of prejudices and cultural barriers. For this reason, we thought it would have been a great idea to build a youth exchange on these topics, including as well the idea of the building of a future Europe based on inclusion and equal opportunities.
The objectives identified to achieve the aim are the following:
- To raise awareness about how social exclusion is seen by youth providing their views on the issues related with it as well as possible solutions; - to foster dialogue among cultures and respect for diversity
- To underline the role art as tool for communication without distinction of nationality, race, sex, wealth, age and religion
- To identify common elements shared among young people to build a common sense of belonging to Europe
- To make the voice of young people heard by drawings and new media as tools for active youth participation
- To create a stable and effective European network to develop projects and coordinated actions to fight against poverty and social exclusion
– To promote the accessibility of the Erasmus + Program for young people with fewer opportunities.
Through these objectives several aims of the Erasmus+ Program, under this specific key action will be also touched:
- to promote intercultural dialogue
- to promote social inclusion and solidarity
- to promote active participation
- to increase learning mobility opportunities
- to improve the level of key competences and skills of young people

Partners countries: 6 partners + host organization (Romania)
Each partner will send 5 participants + 1 youth leader.
Participants should be aged 20 or above. Maximum age limit is 30 years old.

(1) Please fill the questionnaire attached (right side of your screen)!!!!!!!
(2) Please send us the PIF of your organisation

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Project overview

Draw for inclusion is a project by
Center of Strategies for Youth Development
taking place
from 2020-01-01 till 2020-11-30
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges
and is focusing on:
  • Democracy/Active citizenship
  • European citizenship
  • Integration
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Non-formal learning
  • Religion and beliefs
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Cultural differences

Short URL to this project:

http://otlas-project.salto-youth.net/10883

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