Historical Ties - On the duty of Unifying People!

We believe that the exploring traces from history which link the peoples and countries with one another can be the reason for better understanding between them!

We would like to arrange the youth exchange which will help the participants in exploring historical traces which link the peoples and countries with one another. This can be reason for creating the better ground for mutual understanding among them and the relationships among the nations and the representatives of them will become even more cohesive based on the awareness about those ties!

- Increase the awareness about the multicultural environment of the countries, about the importance of pluralism and tolerance among different parts of the community.

- Explore the links between the different communities based on the ties they have from history.

- Trace the historical places which demonstrate the presence of multiculturalism to increase the awareness about this topic.

- Share the experience among different groups about their place in the national community, about the links and differences.

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We're looking for:
3 more partners
from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU
Deadline for this partner request:
2021-01-31

Contact person: Gurami Jajanidze

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General contact

Phone: +995599523542

Website: http://egi.ge

E-mail: erasmus@egi.ge

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Project overview

Historical Ties - On the duty of Unifying People! is a project by
Europe-Georgia Institute
taking place
from 2021-06 till 2021-07
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges
and is focusing on:
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Democracy/Active citizenship
  • European citizenship
  • History
  • Human rights
  • Integration
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Minorities
  • Non-formal learning
  • Peace and conflict
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Cultural differences

Short URL to this project:

http://otlas-project.salto-youth.net/12966

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