This is a reference for Lukáš Hrošovský


The training activity took place
in Tallinn, Estonia
organised by NGO New Youth Policy
19. 10. - 31. 10. 2016

Aims & objectives

Main goals of project:
- To inform about the volunteering in different ecological areas;
- To educate youth workers about the importance of living in environmentally friendly society;
- To explore the main areas of the environmental volunteer work and explore volunteering on practice;
- To consider examples of the largest environmental volunteer organisations;
- To spread the idea of environmental volunteering by making a contribution to community in their environmental conservation efforts;
- To build a network of contacts and to exchange with other eco-volunteers.

Project helped youth workers understand their rights and opportunities and think critically about participation in life of society, so it met priorities of Erasmus+ programme:
- intercultural dialogue, promotion of diversity and human rights;
- development of critical thinking and creation of media materials.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Participants of project: Youth workers

Countries of origin: Slovakia, Czech republic, Romania, Estonia, Lithuania

Training methods used & main activities

19.10.2016 - 31.10.2016 in Tallinn, Estonia
Countries involved: Estonia, Slovakia, Lithuania, Romania, Czech Republic

The working methods: workshops, group works, discussions, presentations, seminars, round tables, world café, web conference, voluntary actions, name games, ice-breaking games, energisers, team-building games, brainstormings, self-reflections, group reflections, dancing, singing, music, excursions.

Outcomes of the activity

Thanks to involvement in the project "Eco-volunteers" participants were informed about opportunities of environmental volunteer work, learnt more about activities aimed at providing greater knowledge and understanding of the importance of volunteer experience.

I hope that international cooperation with youth workers from European countries and exchange of knowledge in the area of environmental problems will contribute to achieving rewarding experience of working for the betterment of our ecosystem.

By taking part in different activities participants developed their interpersonal, intercultural and social skills as well as improved their career prospects on a not-for-profit basis. TC gave people greater knowledge, acceptance and respect for other cultures, which is vital for future cooperation. I gave to the project activities which output is improved intercultural communication skills, increased the sense of tolerance, responsibility, open communication between participants from different countries and cultures by taking into account the opinions of people from different countries, cultures with various living conditions.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

During the project I was 13 days (without preparation, valuation and follow up) main full time trainer of the Training course. In cooperation with Svetlana, who was organiser of project we successfully implemented this project.

I worked on this training for 13 days as a full time trainer.

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