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European Youth week

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Photo Album

T-shirt

 

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“Enable Disable...through Camera Obscura”

Practicing photography makes up for an ideal opportunity to work on identities. It allows a re-thinking about young people’s identities, their ways of understanding their trajectories, defining themselves, finding and giving meaning to the values and to the happening things around us.
Thus, it is a privileged means of exploring new possibilities of planning theirfuture, doing things and interacting. On the other hand, the “pinhole” technique of photography is an amazing device in terms of process and results. It consists of whichever box whose one surface bears a tiny hole which lets the light pass, leaving a photographical imprint on a
photo-reacting material. It is a device playful and creative, very usable in the context of the non-formal education. It makes feasible for young people todispense with the photographical industry.
In this context we organized Pinhole exchange for young people involving 32 youngsters, disable & deaf young people coming from Estonia, Spain, Greece and Poland.

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Perfect Effect

Rhythm is an integral part of the music and the communication. It is a rich and open language and, beyond this, universal process of collective exchange which is to be found in all cultures of Mankind. Practicing percussions brings about multiple advantages at the social, affective, psychomotor and cognitive levels. Besides, practicing percussions can contribute to the intercultural exchange and the social inclusion by bringing together different publics, characterized by different abilities and origin. By means of practical experiences relating with the percussion, the young people can better manage their emotions, and relax as well as develop artistic abilities and acquire their knowledge about the artistic and cultural heritage of other countries. Within this context, we organized this youth’s exchange program which involved 27 young people, aged 18-30, having a mental or physical handicap including deaf-mute people. These young people originate from Greece, Estonia, and Poland and the program lasted 8 days on the island of Lefkas (Greece). It was a 3-party project which offered a friendly and intercultural ambience to young people with social needs and with difficult or no access to the international mobility programs. During this exchange, the young beneficiaries commonly engaged in percussion and benefited from the numerous advantages inherent to it such as greater openers to other people, a better self-esteem and a stronger feeling of belonging to a group. By focusing on the tones and the resonances produced by each member of the group, these young people attuned and externalize their own rhythmic expression thru a common music practice which has to do with pleasure, creativity, exchange as well as listening to and respecting the Other. In the course of this exchange, the young people created their own percussion instruments based on some objects retrieved from litter. This process was not only an artistic quality but also a sustainable action which recycles objects abandoned for good. By modifying these objects’ initial utility, the young participants developed their skills of manual creativity and their rhythmical and musical capabilities; they also contributed to the protection of the environment.

Gallery

 

Graphic facilitation youth exchange

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Making of Youth Exchange

Promo video

Online trainings

Diary

Survey

Final evaluation results TC

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Edu-GamEco Multi - Measure project - Youth exchange & Training course

Edu-GamEco multimeasure project consisted in one youth exchange of 10 days which took place in Lefkas where 40 youngsters (educators, tinkerers, designers) from 8 European organizations & institutions, including 6 people with disabilities were involved.During the exchange the youngsters exchanged views, experiences and good practices about the consumption of ecological toys as well as the negative effects of the noxious toys on the youth. The participants had the opportunity to develop in practice some new skills and innovative methods to promote and disseminate the culture of consuming ecological, sustainable toys. The second phase of the project was a 10 day training course in Lefkada where 3 young people were involved who already participated to the previous mobility. During this course, the participants developed competences about the education in the social entrepreneurship in order to promote and commercialize the educational-ecological toys.

Some of the aim of our multi measure projects were:

- To raise the awareness of young people, parents, educators, youth workers and the large public for the tragic effects of harmful and anti-pedagogic toys on the younger generation and on our planet and to generate the right information to help them to do an appropriate and responsible choice of the toys by in an attractive way through the pedagogical videos.

- To develop a culture responsible and sustainable consumption of toys among young people, parents, educators and the large public through the educational videos that will be created.
- To develop the creative and innovative spirit among young people helping them to create their ecological and educational toys or assisting them to invest in this field through the online trainings that will be created.

* To promote the value of ecological and educational toys among young people and large public and to develop a culture of social entrepreneurship in the field of ecological toys among young people (direct and indirect beneficiaries).

Gallery Youth Exchange Gallery Training Course Gallery exchibition

 

 

 

Graphic facilitation

Evaluation

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Ανταλλαγ Νων
Together we play, together we shape the clay

The young people are in direct contact with the nature, they explore clay's characteristics, they try different techniques of making ceramics. The touch of the soft and supple mass of the clay, relaxes the mind, encourage the free expression and creativity. It empowers the fantasy, support concentration, gives satisfaction and has a psychotherapeutic impact. Meanwhile the young people develop their entrepreneurship skills, learning how to promote the ceramics in the market. In this frame, we organized a nine days youth exchange in Lefkas, Greece. 35 young people were involved coming from Spain, Italy, France, Estonia, Poland and Greece. During the exchange the youngster enriched their knowledge about ceramic history and the cultural heritage of each participant country. Working with clay was an unique experience for them by learning the followings: - how to work with clay & to use this practice to promote active citizenship and youth inclusion in the society.
- the beneficiaries developed their creativity and their talents through team work. They developed their entrepreneurship skills in term of Ceramic by offering workshops to the public.
- They developed personal skills like autonomy, speaking, critical thinking, taking responsibility and team spirit.

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Youth in Action

Roma's Reality
Invitation

Program

Presentations
French presentation
French presentation 2
Greek presentation
Hungarian presentation
Italian presentation
Romanian presentation

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Stop motion 5
Stop motion 6
Stop motion 7
Stop motion 8
Stop motion 9

Educational guide
Stop motion for Social inclusion
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