Europeans through the sea

short course with secondary school on the theme of "Sea as an element of European identity" through its history, the culture linked to it and its preservation.

The project aims to connect three European countries (in cities overlooking the sea) that will make meetings with students of a secondary school (11-14 year old students) on the theme of the sea, its laws and the history of the country linked to the sea.
The project is divided into 4 phases:
1) "training": meetings at school on the European culture of the sea (laws, rules, myths, etc.)
2) artistic workshops: eventual day of cleaning of a coast segment and collection of materials. Activation of artistic workshops. The boys, followed by operators, will try to decline their relationship with the sea by trying to transform part of the collected materials into artistic products.
3) European collaboration: the work carried out in the second phase is shared with the children of the other European schools. During this phase, the youngsters who will be able to deal with the works of other European countries. The children will be able to reflect on the differences or similarities between the different realities, and make their contribution or modify their own works.
4) Exhibition: The works and texts will be exhibited in a public space with the aim of raising awareness of environmental and ecological issues

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We're looking for:
2 more partners
from France, Portugal, Spain
Deadline for this partner request:
2020-07-12

Contact person: Guido Ricci

E-mail:

General contact

Phone: +393498510261

Project overview

Europeans through the sea is a project by
Associazione Linc
taking place
from 2021-01-01 till 2022-01-01
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges, Training and Networking
and is focusing on:
  • Art
  • Children
  • Environment
  • History
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Non-formal learning
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Economic obstacles

Short URL to this project:

http://otlas-project.salto-youth.net/12537

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