Descoperă proiectele noastre anterioare din Polonia!
Hate. I'm against.
Poronin, 19 - 26 aprilie 2017
From 19th to 26th of April members of our organisation took part in the international project, financed by Erasmus + Programme – HATE. I'M AGAINST. Project was organized in Poronin (Poland) - small town, located in Tatra Mountains and attended by young people from Poland and Turkey.
The main goal of the project was to discuss and rise the awareness about topics such as: hate, hate speech – especially on Internet, discrimination, xenophobia and racism and how to prevent such a negative phenomena in our countries and local communities.
During 8 days of international youth exchange, our representatives actively participated in thematic activities, integrated with their peers from Poland and Turkey and gained new skills, knowledge and attitudes. During the meeting, participants of the project organized a happening "Hate. I'm against" in Zakopane and photo shoot #nohate. The events expressed opposition to negative behaviors such as xenophobia, discrimination and racism. Through participation in the project, members of our organisation became more open-minded, tolerant and aware of the scale of problems related to the hate and hate speech. They could improve their language skills, gain knowledge about different cultures and make new, international friends.
We are all equal!
Wisla, 6 - 14 decembrie 2016
From 6th to 14th of December 2016 we took part in implemented in Wisla (Poland) international project, funded by the Erasmus + Programme – "We are all equal". The main organizer of the project was Association "Porozumienie Pokolen". It was a youth exchange, which was attended by young poeple from Poland, Romania, Turkey and Slovakia.
The aim of the project was to gain new knowledge, attitudes and competencies in four different religions: Catholicism, Islam, Orthodoxy and Judaism. Participants of the project raised such a difficult subject, which is religious discrimination, aggression and violence against representatives of various religions, as well as the importance of respecting human rights and being aware and young citizen. Participants, and also representatives of four different religions, have established a common intercultural and interreligious dialogue.
All activities were based on non-formal education tools, such as workshops, integration games, discussions, living library, meetings with local community and national evenings. Participants could integrate with each other, get to know each other better and gain new knowledge about their cultures.
During the project, participants organized a living library at the high school in Dabrowa Gornicza. It was such a great opportunity to ask questions to all representatives of different religions. Young people from local community could learn something new about our religions and cultures and break typical stereotypes.
Nine-day youth exchange was a successful experience and amazing opportunity to make new, international friendships, gain new knowledge and expand horizons.