Our partners from Greece prepared a super cool youth exchange called Diversifi3D, that will take part in Petrousa Dramas in August 2018. 7 youngsters and one leader will discuss about the need of human to express himself through Art was developed quite early in human time, which is reflected in the rock paintings and cave paintings dating up to the Paleolithic period (30,000-10,000 BC). The same art forms are found scattered across the globe, which connects the people of that era in an unexpected way.
The implementation of the Blue Danube project under the Erasmus + Program No. 2018-1-BG01-KA125-047681 was successfully completed.
The implementation of the project activities provided an opportunity for 20 volunteers from Romania to participate in the preparation and implementation of the Blue Danube Week International Festival, which in turn enabled the young people to show personal commitment and initiative and, through their work, to help the realization of socially beneficial activities and to feel significant. The European Voluntary Service was held in Vidin for a period of 25 days – from 09.06.2018 to 03.07.2018.
It has been almost 2 months after the project where we’ve been partners within Erasmus+ T.E.D. – Thought, Education, Dissemination has finished, however the memories and gained knowledge are still vivid. Let us remind you how youth workers from 12 different European countries learnt to communicate their passion and inspire others around them.
In the period of December 2017 – January 2018 we had the please to host Aycan Onuk and Huseyin Duru, two Turkish EVS volunteers. They were part of our team during this 2 months as part of the Erasmus+ EVS project called “I can, therefore I am” made in partnership with Sinop Valiligi NGO from the Sinop city of Turkey.
Maybe you have recently heard about EVS and came up with the thought that you want to go, maybe you have already found an interesting project in an amazing place and you are one click away from sending your application. Take a moment before taking the next step and honestly answer yourself those few questions.
Whether you are abroad for the first time in your life or it is the next time you are abroad, you might feel homesick at some point. It might hit you that suddenly you are missing very simple things which might seem silly, like some sweets, your favourite coffee shop in your hometown, your mom’s freshly baked cake, and the view from your room or the smell of flowers in the garden.