The theme of this youth exchange is inclusion. It is a widely discussed and debated topic. By implementing this youth exchange, we plan to debunk misconceptions regarding the topic and create a solid foundation for each participant, incorporating key concepts from multiple viewpoints. Later on, we will examine a few examples and apply our already established knowledge about the topic.

During this activity, you will learn how to identify places that are considered disadvantaged, and at the same time, you will familiarize yourself with the knowledge needed to include people with fewer opportunities in various social situations.

You will acquire multiple social skills through enjoyable, non – formal, and hands-on learning methods. Are you ready to start? We are waiting for you!

Participant profile

Optimal age range: 16-22 years old

Available to attend the whole duration of the program and participate in all the sessions

Motivated to learn more about the people with fever opportunities, and meet new people from different cultures.

Willing to disseminate the project results and the Erasmus+ Programme with other groups of young people.

Currently not receiving any funds from the European Union (e.g.: participating in an Erasmus exchange program within University)

Location and Venue

Nestled in the heart of the mountain village of LΓ‘tky, amidst a breath-taking mountainous panorama, lies a picturesque scene.
The surrounding farms and countryside thrive with vibrant traditional agricultural activities. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the same location every day.

Activity Schedule

Getting to know each other
Team building
Figuring out the meaning and the nuances of people with fewer opportunities
Familiarizing ourselves with the topic of geographical obstacles and their effects on people
Final evaluation
Saying good bye

What to expect

You will meet a lot of participants from
different countries.

Non-formal education
All our methods are non-formal. That means you will learn by playing and trying.
No boring lectures.

Intercultural dialogue
You will learn about different cultures from partner countries. And taste their food!

Practical Information

Participation costs: There are no participation costs. The travel, accommodation, and food are arranged by our team and are funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

Travel: The travel plan is communicated during the selection process. You will travel together with your national group and group leader. Green travel will be done when possible (by traveling either by bus or by train).

Health & insurance: Bring your European Health Insurance Card. If you don’t have it yet, make one: it’s easy and free! Otherwise, arrange your own insurance.

What you can pack: laptop (if possible); national food or a typical vest for the gastro & cultural nights; speaker; board games; musical instrument (we have a talent night show); comfortable and sport clothes / shoes for our outdoor activities; sport items / balls; pocket money to buy personal items.

How to Take Part?

Sign in to your account or if you don’t have one sign up now and apply.

Deadline to apply: 19.11.2023

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