Geographical Representation of Projects

The following map provides a quick reference to good practice projects funded by Erasmus+, including past projects. Please use the filter menu below to select an area of interest. Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCAs) have also been included in the map; these activities, which mainly target youth stakeholders, are supported by the EUPA and can range from workshops, training courses, seminars and partnership building activities.


Note: since the Erasmus+ programme commenced in 2014, good practice projects for Key Action 1, 2 and 3, will start featuring on the map from 2015/2016 onward, depending on the duration and/or sector of the project.


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46 "Europa Nostra's European Heritage Congress for 2013" - Din L'Art Helwa Past Projects Greece The 50th Anniversary Europa Nostra Forum and Conference was organised by Europa Nostra in Athens. Europa Nostra is the pan European organisation made up of some 280 European Heritage associations, NGOs and culture- related entities. The congress brought together members of Europa Nostra, heritage professionals and volunteers, and representatives of the cultural heritage movement from all over Europe. Apart from marking the 50th anniversary of Europa Nostra’s continuous action in favour of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage, there was an Excellence Fair with presentations of the achievements in cultural heritage receiving the Europa Nostra’s Awards for best practice in conservation and restoration.
45 "Raindance Basic Cinematography Course" - Write Deal Association Past Projects United Kingdom This course introduced key information about technical and aesthetic requirements for successful visual expression. It ranged from theoretical explanation to hands-on practical ways in order to create the right look for a given script.
44 "Seminar of the European Union Matters Working Group of the European Foundation for Physiotherapy" - Malta Association of Physiotherapists Past Projects Finland This seminar was the finalisation of the documentation and approval of future recommendations 2014-2016 which EFPPA organises every two years, a General Meeting, during which members on the Executive Committee are elected in the new mandate for the coming term. The mandate is implemented by the Executive Committee which is assisted by the three Working Groups namely the Professional Issues, Education matters and European Union Matters. The seminar of the European Union Matters working group addressed key topics in relation to the new EFPPA Education policy, the aims for the 4th Education Congress, the role of physiotherapists, the strategic objective of EFPPA and the classification of physiotherapist occupations as well as the EU 2020 strategy.
43 "Enhancing Mental Health Community Services" - Richmond Foundation Past Projects United Kingdom Richmond Foundation decided to take part in this project so as to provide the opportunity for exchange of best practices in relation to community mental health services in Europe, particularly in U.K. Participants and transnational partners were involved in this project. The Project aimed at building upon the existing strengths within the mental health community services which mainly target adults with mental health problems. By carrying out these mobility visits, the Foundation is in a better position to assess its existing services and practices and where possible and feasible, newer strategies will be adopted. Moreover, the Foundation was able to contribute to the host partner organizations as it is also well-established in the field and therefore it was also possible to exchange its effective practices and services with other European entities.
42 "FaUNa 2013 – Fostering a Unique Nature 2013" - Nature Trust Malta Past Projects Italy Objectives: Wildlife conservation is an important strong thematic from a global point of view and represents a basic issue also in Malta, being the Island a small area rich in endemic species. Actually, the wildlife protection is a strategy to be supported and confirms that environmental organisation and entities are focusing their energies in direction of the preservation. Considering these needs, FaUNa 2013 project was aimed to provide an effective and efficient support for the protection of fauna and of faunistic environment, training a defined target group through a full-immersion period in a natural faunistic park, with strategic talent for research and management of animals and plants, both endemic and not, in all their needs. The specific aims of the FaUNa 2013 project proposal were:  to promote cooperation between vocational training and labour world; crucial point for the difficult transition from one to the other;  to increase the skills, the abilities and the competences of the participants involved in environmental and fauna conservation;  to facilitate the acquisition of practical and theoretical skills in the environmental sector;  to create profiles to meet the demand of professionals for the needs of wildlife preservation;  to create a partnership based on communication and cooperation between the international institutions and entities dealing with the faunistic environment, to assure the specific training knowledge and to develop new innovative projects;  to optimise the impact of the mobility experiences through orientation and sustainability. Target group: NTM's members, young employed, self-employed and job-seekers (including graduates), aged between 18 and 35 years, residents in Malta. The final participants have been 5 PLM candidates, followers, members or volunteers, interacting within the NTM, all interested in the following field: fauna and flora conservation, natural heritage and environment protection. The participants were all highly motivated and supported by specific past studies and work experiences in the field. Further more, participants have been chosen on their adaptability spirit and willing to undertake a training period that, beyond the professional aspect, had the added value of the interaction in a dimension addressed to the values of inter-cultural cooperation, instrumental for a personal and human growth. Short description of beneficiary institution: Nature Trust Malta - NTM is a non-profit non-governmental environmental organization working in the Maltese Islands. It is also a privileged partner of World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Today it is one of the oldest and largest environmental NGOs in Malta dealing with natural environment of Malta. Over the years it has worked and lobbied hard to get legal protection for various plants and animals in the Islands, helping to save from extinction some of the local endemic species. The organisation is also carrying out many environmental projects in Malta such as afforestation, habitat conservation and the creation of marine protected areas. On an international level NTM is: 1. Privileged Partner of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) 2. Member of the Mediterranean Information Office for the Environment, Culture and Sustainable Development (MIO-ECSDE) 3. Member of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) 4. Member of the Youth Environment Europe (YEE) On local level NTM is represented in the following local committees: 1. National Commission for Sustainable Development (Chaired by the Prime Minister) 2. Structural Funds Monitoring Committee The organisation leads the following committees: 1. Ekoskola 2. Blue Flag Project 3. Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) 4. Learning about Forests programme (LEAF).NTM is also active in education and organises nature visits for schools in its Nature Reserves and other sites in the countryside as well as talks about marine life. NTM promotes eco-tourism to increase the appreciation of nature and local heritage as an invaluable resource in need of protection. It is very active with youth organisations in Europe and regularly organises exchanges and seminars. Internationally, NTM works closely with WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature) and YEE (Youth and Environment Europe); is the coordinator of a network of NGOs (South Access for Malta, Cyprus, Croatia & Turkey) and partner of ACCOBAMS (Agreement on the Conservation of Cetaceans of the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea and contiguous Atlantic Area).
41 "Successful Project Planning and Implementation for EU Funded Projects" - MEUSAC Past Projects Italy The general objectives of the project were: - to enhance the skills of MEUSAC staff on EU funding programmes and management - to assume organisational skills when planning and implementing an EU funded project - to ensure the transfer of knowledge and exchange of experience between MEUSAC and Pixel (partner) and local bodies - to develop training programmes for NGOs and local councils - to disseminate information on project management
40 "MFA Technical Department Training Programme" - Malta Football Association Past Projects Netherlands The aims of the training course were: (1) To witness the structure of one of the world's best academies and how it operates - to serve as an example when establishing a holistic football youth academy, (2) To increase the coaches' knowledge on the 10 step model for good coaching and to be able to pass on such information to other coaches, (3) To learn more about the different stages of development of youths and how coaches should vary the training methods accordingly, (4) To learn more about the various tactical skills required to step up the game when coaching youths, (5) To keep abreast with the latest developments in football coaching methods and practices, (6) To experience the theory learnt applied in practice
39 "The Promotion of a Good Transition of Disabled Young Persons from School to the World of Work and Adult Life (MOTION)" - Caritas Malta Epilepsy Association Past Projects Turkey The main aim of MOTION was to contribute to the planning of school activities (from kindergarten to university) for increasing vocational skills and abilities of students with special needs to enter the world of work; to improve the professional competencies for disabled via school activities; to create network for professionals working with the job insertion of persons with disabilities; to direct involvement of families in vocational education of disabled; to discuss with employers about creating/adapting jobs for disabled people; to consider not only medical disabilities but also social exclusion. This project included the staff and trainees (teachers, special education teachers, guidance teachers, counsellors, administrators, academics and experts) of 5 participating institutions from Turkey (3), Malta (1), Germany (1). With this project, all the participating institutions (their staff and trainees) had a chance to transfer knowledge and experiences; publication of documents (conference proceedings, brochures, agendas, presentations, articles) related with individuals with special needs; learning and using foreign languages, accessible 'easy to get' information from the project website, photos of country visits and project meetings, mobilities, dissemination conference, workshops, seminars and other materials (files and etc) and news about project activities.
38 "European Partnership on Adult Education and Mobility for Social Inclusion" - Malta UNESCO Youth Association Past Projects Romania The European Partnership on Adult Education and Mobility for Social Inclusion (EPAEMSI) was a Grundtvig partnership composed of 7 partners from: Spain, Malta, Romania, Poland, Slovenia, Italy and United Kingdom. It aimed to use the experience of the partner organisations on social inclusion and the active participation of adult learners from disadvantaged social groups to promote and improve social inclusion through education, in particular non-formal and informal education. Throughout the two-year project, partners organised mobility activities and activities at local level in order to share their best practices on how to use education for social inclusion and bring light on the issue of social exclusion whilst using this opportunity to create more mobility projects as a means to further enhance social inclusion. Adult learners from disadvantaged social groups had an active and prominent role throughout the project by experiencing the best practices and providing feedback whilst benefiting from an intercultural experience. The sharing of the knowledge and information gathered throughout the project with other public and private organisations helped contribute to improving the quality of educational activities for social inclusion and increasing mobility opportunities for those who most need it.
37 "DANTE: Development of Audit guideliNes for Training and Education" - IZI Ltd. t/a Easy School of Languages Past Projects Spain This partnership has successfully managed to introduce adult students to comprehensive audit guidelines for assessing the environmental performance of education institutions (and beyond), thereby also training them to identify problem areas where intervention may result in considerable, yet resource-efficient improvements. Our goal was to encourage participating professionals and institutions to incorporate sustainability better into their curriculum. The audit guidelines developed by the partnership have been tried and tested amongst all the partners and are available upon request for free via the partnership's website. During our cooperation, the information and knowledge present in different institutions was combined to form a knowledge base that is more comprehensive and promotes synergy between different institutions, countries and approaches to the sustainability audit. The DANTE audit guidelines are a tangible proof that much can be achieved via cooperation and collaboration between institutions in different educational fields. Furthermore the benefit of having partners all over Europe gives the developed material a multi-angle and a multi-cultural perspective which cannot be achieved by a single participant confined to one particular country.
36 "Olympic Spirit Uniting Europe" - Maria Regina College Boys' Secondary Mosta Past Projects Poland The main objectives of the partnership were: - the development of intercultural understanding - giving of value to the cultural heritage of areas and their national heritage; - the development of a sense of belonging to the "Big Family of Europe" - the assessment of how students can improve their standards of healthy living - the encouragement of learning of languages of partner institutions and improving English skills - the use of new technologies in Teaching and Learning; - the use of technology and materials creation, such as the shared website and E Twinning Projects; - the promotion of the main Olympic and Paralympic Values of London 2012 (UK) - the involvement in activities of different types: sporting, artistic, environmental awareness; cultural visits, plan and celebrate exhibitions, video conferences, meeting local personalities; - the improvement in communication and linguistic abilities - the improvement in collaboration with European partner schools as the EU is a main economic partner; - learning about educational systems through comparative education analyses to inform the sharing of good practice - the exchange of good practice in whole school management;
35 "Plan to Preserve our Pretty Planet" - St. Joseph Junior School, Sliema Past Projects Ireland The project involved 7 European schools catering for children from 5 to 15. Partners shared the strong belief that every person’s ability to deal responsibly with their own environment is a key-competence to preserve and promote a good quality of life for all in society. At a transnational level, social changes such as the increase in the use of goods and power, climate change, declining water and energy resources, shrinking biodiversity, threats to food security and health risks bring about the need for the development of a more suitable code of behaviour aimed at the protection of the quality of life for present and future generations. Children and teenagers living in a media oriented, consumption based society are over exposed to messages and models leading to a careless consumption of goods and energy, a fast replacement of belongings, an increasing production of waste, a careless treatment of the environment -starting from their own room, passing through their class and school, ending to streets or nature areas where they walk. Education has a responsibility in raising awareness about the environmental challenges and schools should equip learners with the adequate knowledge and competences for a sustainable development. In fact, this project provided an opportunity for teachers, pupils and parents to reflect upon this attitude and find effective answers to these self-destructive trends. The project helped the school to develop a ‘whole-school’ approach to ESD which helped to harness the motivation and commitment of all pupils and students, developed their critical thinking and improved their educational attainment in general. We strove to be sustainable organisations and acted as role models, by integrating the principles of sustainable development in policy and practice, i.e. through energy-saving, building and working with natural resources, and developing a sustainable purchasing and consumer policy. All stakeholders became active participants: school leaders, teachers, pupils, the school board, administrative and supportive staff, parents and the local community. From a methodological point of view we strove to embed ESD in each partner school curriculum tailoring it to each level of education. Teachers embraced pedagogical challenges in teaching a subject such as ESD, they cooperated and compared experiences and shared successful innovative practices.
34 "Aboard the Citizenship" - Aġenzija-Żgħażagħ Past Projects Malta This project consisted of a national youth meeting which included a number of activities in various localities around the island over a period of nine days linked to European Youth Week in order to enable at least 450 young people (who are not participating in youth organisations and groups/projects and also those with fewer advantages) to share their views/perception and expectations of issues that pertain them such as, education, employment., leisure and culture with local, national and European politicians. The activities used non formal methods of learning such as art, forum theatre, dance, sports and music. Throughout the activities a 'consultation boot' was set up to serve as a space where young people can share their views/perceptions.
33 "Green Beyond Borders" - Nadur Youth Council Past Projects Gozo "Green Beyond Borders" is the Youth Exchange programme planned by the Nadur Youth Council which took place between 11-19 August 2013. They hosted 20 youths aged between 17-25 hailing from Romania, Hungary, Turkey, Malta and Poland. There was a team leader from each group, making up the total of 25 participants. Most of the activities took place in Gozo, but they also held workshops in Malta and Comino to give a full experience of the archipelago. Satisfied with the relatively positive results that the NYC has so far achieved on a local level, the beneficiary was determined to turn this into a European-wide experience. Through this youth exchange, the beneficiary promoted the roles of youths as active European citizens who should be aware of the strong weight that we all carry in the formation of a more successful EU. The beneficiary used the channel of raising environmental awareness as a means by which to render EU youths democratically proactive on a European level (and not just national). Hence, the name of the application 'Green beyond Borders'. The NYC envisaged a programme which: created environmental awareness among youths to reinforce their responsible behaviour which would support the implementation of EU directives targeted at creating a more sustainable environment and healthy living; empowered youths through activating and familiarising them with the natural environment (that of Gozo, Comino and Malta in this case) and equip them with various methods to sustain it; created environment leaders who can disseminate knowledge, skills, responsibilities and positive vibes to the young generations at home; developed a deeper understanding of the importance of unified action in the protection of this borderless heritage of the environment. Collectively, all of these aims are meant to make the participants aware that 'Your Voice and Your Choice Count'. This tied in neatly with our duties of EU citizens who should not only recognise and fight for our rights, but also be active in sustaining a more unified, supranational union of democratic citizens that carry a huge potential in ensuring continued European peace that can be exported to neighbouring countries and beyond. Taking place only a couple of months before the MEP elections in 2014, the NYC held that it would play an important role in cultivating a stronger duty to participate actively and positively in sustaining a stronger EU, of which the environment is by and large one of its main concerns. Based on these two pillars, the NYC has drafted and successfully implemented a well-thought programme which promoted a stronger and more proactive attitude towards the environment, in particular, and EU citizenship, in general. The project had the double aim of strengthening the concept of European citizenship through a focus on the role which European citizens have in promoting a common asset of all EU member states: the environment. The relation between these two spheres is mainly found in the need to kill off the indifference which several EU citizens are hit by, namely an indifference to see to the smooth democratic functioning of the EU and to take care of the environment beyond localities and countries. Striking against this passivity, the beneficiary brought youths from different European countries and cultures, with different backgrounds and ranging perspectives, to explore means and ways of how to become more conscious of our status as European citizens with a set of obligations and rights. One such thing is the right to a clean environment and the duty to actively participate in the strengthening of a Europe-wide effort to preserve the environment that is the natural, human, marine as well as historical. Although active EU citizenship and being actively ‘green’ are the focus of the programme, they sought to offer a near-holistic experience to the visiting youths by addressing other social concerns such as voluntary work and drug abuse. With a view to promoting interaction, they also allowed enough space and time for the exploration of each other's cultures and traditions. Sports also helped to bring these persons closer together, while promoting healthy living.
31 Competences for All Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Hungary The training course aimed to enhance participants’ knowledge about the process and outcomes of non-formal learning, about assessing competences with young people (with fewer opportunities), and about using recognition tools in inclusive youth work.
28 Ray Network Meeting Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Finland Meeting related to the ‘Research-based Analysis and Monitoring of Erasmus+: Youth in Action’ (RAY), implemented by a network of Erasmus+: Youth in Action National Agencies and their research partners currently in 28 European countries
27 Youth and social entrepreneurship In the framework of structure dialogue and Greek presidency’s priority of culture and social entrepreneurship Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Greece The main focus is the sustainable social value of entrepreneurship specifically social entrepreneurship of young people.
26 Create in Erasmus Plus! - Discover Design Thinking Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Luxembourg The main aim of the training is to empower trainers, youth workers and educators to use their creativity to set up new educational projects outside standardized procedures and routines.
25 What is your NEET? Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Finland The seminar brought together 35 stakeholders from different sectors to discuss NEET issues and how to create better opportunities for this vulnerable group on their pathway to reintegration in society and the labour market.
24 Hey! What´s going on? Advanced Training on Group Processes and Facilitation Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Iceland This course is aimed at youth workers, group leaders and trainers with some reflected experience in working with groups. The aim is to develop participants’ practical know-how and skills in the facilitation of group processes, and to raise inter- and intra- personal awareness.
23 Quality and Assessment in Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships in the field of Youth Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) United Kingdom The Seminar aims to contribute to the improvement in quality assessment across Europe of Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships applications in the field of Youth, by formulating additional and tailor-made guidance for experts in this area.
22 MENTOR plus - Improving mentorship in EVS Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Austria The main aim of the training is to increase the quality of mentoring in EVS and to support active mentors working with their volunteer(s).
21 Tools for Youth Exchanges Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Iceland Tools for Youth Exchanges aims to introduce different tools to youth leaders and youth workers that can be useful for the development and improvement of their Youth Exchanges and to explore common needs and understanding among the participants on good tools for YE with a special focus on the Active Involvement of Young People.
20 Speak! Listen! 1-7 March 2015 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Hungary Attending a course named “Speak! Listen! To strengthen youth participation in decision making” was one of the amazing opportunities to fully understand how sometimes we are clouded by what youth participation really means! Understanding and discussing with European counterparts and see how youths are really empowered abroad and how we can achieve this locally was a massive turnaround from the usual way of doing politics. Hopefully I will be able to translate this experience to the youths I work with and motivate them to contribute constructively on a local and national level.
19 Cross Over - KA2- development of cross-sectoral cooperation Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Malta, Latvia The activity was structured in 3 phases; the first phase was implemented on a local level whereby National training courses where realized in all countries involved to establish an understanding on how KA2 works (and Erasmus + in general). The second phase involved participants from phase 1 to search for partners to establish strategic partnership needed for KA2. The third phase involved an international training course bringing together participants involved in the previous phases together with their new found partners to work and create new projects.
18 How CSR works?, 3-8 November 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Hungary The training course offered youth leaders, project managers and decision makers in NGOs the opportunity to gain useful knowledge and skills on how to build cooperation with the business sector, with the specific focus on CSR and fundraising. Objectives included; identifying how CSR and fundraising (FR) can be used as instrument to support and contribute to activities carried out by NGOs and to allow participants to understand through good practices how a civil organization can cooperate with organizations in the frame of CSR.
17 Key2 Education, 24-27 September 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Denmark The PBA was aimed at actors coming from the field of formal and non-formal education, who would like to work strategically towards the development of an education strategy. The main aim was to allow participants to explore ways to start up and plan strategic partnerships for KA2 in order to enhance education strategy in their local reality.
16 Do you Neetwork? 9-14 December 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Latvia This partnership building activity aimed at bringing together organizations working with EVS projects and/or NEETs in order to explore the possibilities for cooperation to provide EVS as a quality pathway for NEET to education, employment or training. Objectives included; to create understanding regarding the role of organizations in the learning pathways of the young people, including the needs that can be covered by EVS.
15 "LOG IN" Training course - PRISMS Past Projects Malta "LOG IN" training course tackled the issues of internet and online practices that influence young people's life and the profession of youth work. The 6 day training course followed the approach 'Context out' that youth work activities should be implemented where the young people are choosing to be. The participants, coming from 8 different European countires had the opportunity to understanding better Internet as a medium which helped them to increase their effeciency when working with young people who are increasingly using Internet as a tool for learning and socializing. E-Democracy, E-participation, effects of media, Inclusion and online/offline identity were all looked at during the TC. The participants obtained an insight of how online is shaping the minds of the young, Simulation, role- playing, Workshops, discussion and hand on / practical session took place, which gave LOG-IN a practical and concrete dimension to the today realitty of young people. This Project had participants coming from project, an online project offering support for young people on various subjects.
14 "72 hours" - ŻAK Past Projects Malta "72 Hours" sought to promote active participation and increase commitment levels towards a more inclusive society. Young people had the opportunity to develop and grow in a more innovative and creative way. The project was spread over 11 months, and took place in Malta. The number of participants involved in the planning and implementation of the project amounted to 18. However other young people within ŻAK together with young people coming from other organisations and the community engaged in the various activities organised throughout the project. The main objective of this project was to help young people appreciate the role of voluntary work. This further helped them gain the necessary competences in order to increase their employability.
13 Tackling EUROPE 2020 Target: Early Leavers from Education and Training, 11-15 November 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Malta The Seminar gave a very clear over view of the present Educational System in Malta and of all the measures that are being taken so that the number of Early School Leavers will be reduced. The seminar’s aim was to find the way forward for Malta to improve the Maltese Educational System so that more students would opt to go to school till the age of 21 and to meet Europe’s target of reducing Malta’s Early School Leavers to 10% by year 2020. Charmaine Elshout: Assistant Head of School St Margaret College Boys' Secondary Verdala
12 Contact Making Seminar for Inclusive Growth, 27-31 October 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Malta Several representatives from different organisations had in mind projects which are interesting and related to the projects my organisation has in mind to organise, and participate in, in the future. A good number of contacts was made, some who will be organising training courses and seminars which will be of value to our work and others who are interested in doing youth exchange projects on themes similar to the ones the young people we work with are interested in. Joanna Bugeja: Conservatorio Vincenzo Bugeja
11 SOHO in Bulgaria - European Training Course for EVS Support People Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Bulgaria SOHO Training Course in Bulgaria was just an amazing platform where I realized that I’m not alone who sometimes feel challenged with managing an EVS project. SOHO proved to be a right environment to move away from boring talks, but rather discuss and share our experiences for the benefit of all. The course also gave me the opportunity to experience for the first time peer-sharing within a structured training course. Along with my improved network of European contacts, I’m now more confident to continue our current EVS Project while also ready to start to planning our next one.
10 CONNECTOR 18-24 November 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Cluj Napoca, Romania "During CONNECTOR, place for non-formal learning, I learnt how a large number of people can come together, each with different expertise and join together and share their knowledge, mixing them in great performances. I had a great time learning and sharing knowledge with 300 persons from all over Europe." Mario Galea, AEGEE-VALLETTA
09 POWER TO YOU(th)! Training Course 30 October - 4 November 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Beaufort, Luxembourg The course was about the three Es (employ ability, empowerment and entrepreneurship). I inspired myself how to be more active and inspire other youth to be more creative and take initiative in order to develop their ideas. The multi-national environment helped me to understand different ways how I could implement youth projects or youth exchanges in the coming future. Annetto Schembri, CamYouths
08 Contact-making event for mobility of youth workers projects Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Konstancin - Jeziorna, Poland 20-24 October 2014 “The Contact-Making Event in Konstancin-Jeziorna (Poland) was a truly memorable positive learning experience. It allowed me to immerse myself into the world of ERASMUS+ and increase my eagerness to learn more about it, whilst enabling me to make contact with potential project partners.” Lynette Camilleri, National Student Travel Foundation (NSTS Foundation)
07 Tool Fair IX 3-7 November 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Cluj-Napoca, Romania The conference was all about transferability and adaptations of tools of learning in different sectors. It offered me an opportunity coming from a Maltese NGO a chance to cooperate and exchange ideas wither other people in the field of youth training coming from diverse sectors from Euromed, east Europe and EU member states. All the activities were about not making education not only about teaching but learning!! Alec Douglas Bvumburah, Cross Culture International Foundation
06 'Be Enterprising', 08-13 June 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Viimsi, Estonia The main aim of this initiative was to promote an entrepreneurial attitude that can be applied and developed by creating transnational youth initiatives. Participants explored how to foster an entrepreneurial attitude in young people, how to motivate them and help them create and execute transnational youth initiatives. This initiative also tackled how youth workers can cultivate an understanding of issues that young people face worldwide, how these issues can be tackled by taking responsibilities through transnational youth initiatives. This initiative was hosted by the EE NA with the support of the ‘Shokkin Group’.
05 Study Visit: ‘First Stop: The EUROPEAN ELECTIONS’ 08–12 April 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Malta The Study Visit provided participants with the opportunity to explore the causes of low electoral participation of young people in Europe. The group also considered alternative forms of political participation and by trying to identify and explore different institutional and political measures that could be taken to entice young people into getting interested in elections and subsequently participate in them. The study visit ultimately encouraged participants to cooperate on a campaign which can eventually result in various projects under all key actions of ERASMUS+. Event was hosted by the MT NA.
04 '15th German Child and Youth Welfare Congress (DJHT)', 03 - 05 June 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Berlin, Germany The Congress hosted two events running in parallel. The first was the European programme which provided an opportunity to explore a number of themes such as youth empowerment methodologies in marginalised communities across Europe and the impact of mobility on youngsters in care. The second activity was the ‘European Marketplace’ which served as a meeting place for professionals, organisations and providers with a focus on European and international youth work. Event was hosted by JUGEND für Europa (DE NA for YiA)
02 'Next Stop: To Vote or not to Vote', 23 - 27 April 2014 Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) Brussels, Belgium A seminar to explore the causes of low electoral participation of young people in Europe. The activity provided participants with the opportunity to identify and showcase different measures taken to entice young people into getting interested and involved in both national and European elections while it also created the right setting to initiate transnational cooperation on the topic. Event was hosted by the BE-FR NA.
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