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Youth in Action Programme
Action 3.2

2011 - 2012
Rural Youth for Sustainable Communities

The project is based on a partnership of 3 EU-based NGOs (Bulgaria, Italy, Romania), 1 higher education institution (China), 1 Africa-based NGO (Ghana) and 1 South Asia-based NGO (Nepal).
Its overall objective is to foster EU-China, EU-African and EU-Asia youth cooperation (as well as trilateral cooperation between the EU, China and Africa) in the sphere of sustainable rural development and poverty reduction, with a view to assisting young people and relevant civil society groups in EU, African and Asian countries in building their civic leadership and community development capacity.


Youth in Action Programme
Action 4.3

Let's Score

The main theme of the actions is sport as a tool in working with youths. The main aim of the whole project is to gain new knowledge and skills connected with the topic, raise qualifications and share experience. We see the project as an opportunity to build partnership between organizations which take part in Training Course as well. Planned activities are based on non-formal education, as for example integration games, workshops, discussions, sport activities, evaluation sessions. Our aim is to make an opportunity to use received skills, knowledge and working methods in future projects and raise their quality.

Youth in Action Programme
Action 1.3
Liquid Motions

The project is compilation of research and presentation of something that is actual, necessary, useful and preventive and should be brought to the daily agenda by using democratic methods. The action undertaken by young European people aims to increase the knowledge of democracy by the young people and to stimulate greater awareness about water management among all people in Europe, so that they can lobby to the local, national and European level and consequently greater collective actions will be undertaken to prevent the people from disasters. By using the democratic instruments and infrastructure, concern about related issue should end up on the political agenda by the ones responsible for the decisions.





Action 1 - Measure 2.1


Objective of the project is to encourage active youth participation by creating opportunities for the involvement of young people in European debates concerning youth unemployment and the future of the EU Structural Funds.


Youth in Action Programme
Action 3.2

Energizing the promotion of youth organizations

The training course aims to empower the youth organizations to gain better access to the media, more publicity, and work more effectively and rationally. Preparing a strategic approach in the PR and marketing will allow the youth organizations to increase publicity for their working activities and create better position for their organizations from all aspects.


Youth in Action Programme
Action 4.3

Get Involved

Is a Partnership-Building Activity serving the purpose of developing contacts, exchanging experiences and above all establishing strong and long-lasting links among the participants from 14 Countries - Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Turkey - for future international cooperation.



2004 - Ongoing
Network of European Alimentary Culture

Network is based on the assumption that table manners, likes and dislikes through their formation reflect a vivid image of society. Food seen as an anthropological paradigm of society, can be analysed from a variety of viewpoints: art, literature, science, music, sociology a repertoire, which has as its objective to highlight the complexity of European food culture acknowledging the present reality and value that food can assume. This project actively encourages the emergence of a European identity for children. Sharing ideas about good food from a local, regional and international perspective, makes this a very imaginative and attractive initiative for children, parents and teachers. It allows participating groups to open their minds and explore the cultural aspects of all European countries involved.
In fact, the theme of the network is European Alimentary Culture, and the work will focus on raising the awareness of the vital role of the regions in Europe within the context of European citizenship. The network will strive to highlight that a strong local/regional identity is essential and complementary to a strong European identity. Information on various aspects concerning different layers of identity and active citizenship will be collected and examined, results linked and translated into appropriate ICT-based innovative pedagogical and didactical approaches, tools, materials, courses and curricula enhancing the European dimension of school education on a regional level.


Multilateral Partnership


2003 - 2006
H2O - Not only water

The Project aims to implement – throughout the universal and transversal topic “water” - an educational, collaborative, interactive and transnational activity based on a shared virtual desktop and to evaluate its application as a reproducible model, the first for the schools, contributing to the student’s formative success.
For these reasons, the project will involve – operatively and creatively - students, teachers and families in the experimentation of multimedia technologies and telecommunication, developing distance learning, shared through the Internet network. This Project means to promote the union of friendly and creative acquaintance using diversity like mutual enrichment and cognitive incentive. Therefore, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is essential in order to strengthen the European dimension of learning, to promote the transnational cooperation of the citizens, the stimulation of lifelong learning through innovative and accessible methods.

Netd@ys Italia 2003 - Winner Netd@ys 2002 - Labelled Project
Netd@ys Italia 2003
Netd@ys Europe 2003-2004
Labelled Project

Multilateral Partnership

2000 - 2003
I eat, therefore I am...

The objective of this project is to integrate and reinforce the national actions in the respect of diversity and to promote the progression of the citizens towards a Cognitive Society, by using new information and communication technologies in education and lifelong learning. This we hope to achieve by a dissemination of the eating habits throughout Europe with the aim of highlighting the criteria of good accessible nutritious eating practices to all age groups in the participating countries. This objective can be achieved through the very powerful instrument of the Internet, which in the Cognitive Society becomes the innovative office of the pupils, teachers, makers and families.


Global Junior Challenge Winner

Netd@ys Europe 1999 & 2000 Official Project

Netd@ys Europe 2001 - Labelled Project

Netd@ys 2002 - Labelled Project

2000 Edition 1999 & 2000 Official Project 2001 Labelled Project 2002 Labelled Project

Multilateral Partnership

1997 - 2000
Minority Languages in the European Union

This is a project where five different schools work together. Students from Spain, Finland, Sweden, Italy and Germany cooperate to find out common points and differences between the situation of minority languages in their respective countries (Catalan in Spain, Swedish in Finland, languages of immigrants in the others), and they learn about Geography and History too.


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