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Ընտանիքի օր PDF Print E-mail

Մայիսի 18-ին Գյուլագարակ համայնքի դպրոցում իրականացավ միջոցառում , նվիրված ընտանիքի օրվան: Որին մասնակցում էին

Solidarity with refugees PDF Print E-mail

Training Course

12-26 August 2017 | Friedland, Lower Saxony, Germany

4 million migrants have passed Friedland in 70 years. The studycamp offers creative work with a migrant theatre group and research activity with the museum of forced migration in the refugee camp along with practical engagement in a community garden.

The village of Friedland became the place of the largest German refugee camp after WWII. In March 1946, the first workcamp of SCI Germany took place there in cooperation with the British SCI branch IVSP. Out of this engagement, local volunteers founded SCI Germany. 70 years later, many refugees, mainly from the Arab world, pass through the camp. The local Museum Friedland now reflects on the different refugee movements and reactions in different times. We will work in a community garden with locals and refugees and study the history of past and present forced migration in Europe. We want to find out why borders between countries are protected so well, and those between people so badly, and set a sign for refugee solidarity!

PBA "Make the Move IV" PDF Print E-mail

Partnership-building Activity

12-17 September 2017 | Vila da Marmeleira, Portugal

A contact making seminar co-organized by NA BEFR and PT, and co-funded by other NA’s in order to promote partnerships and develop quality Youth Exchanges, with a strong focus on Inclusion. Programme countries + EECA and SEE. 40 participants.

Over the past years, many youth exchange projects have been developed and run between organisations from different countries. An exciting and challenging intercultural encounter! In order to strengthen the partnerships and especially the quality of these projects, this partnership building activity aims to provide the needed support and training elements for the participants who intend to organise such a youth exchange in the near future. Besides creating the opportunity for participants to create strong partnerships, we also wish to offer a real intercultural experience, as an inspirational example for future youth exchange implementations.

SMS 2 “Show My Skills” PDF Print E-mail

Training Course

24-30 November 2017 | Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Training course in the sunny Egyptian Oasis on leadership and event-management skills communicate through non-formal learning, intercultural and experiential learning and designed for highly motivated young people active in youth organizations.


As Abraham Lincoln once said “The best way to predict your future is to create it”.
Our future is in the hands of the youth, that are in this moment preparing themselves to be the architects of the world. 
There are many programs and projects that help youngsters develop their skills, and broaden their horizons,and sometimes the focus become more on the quantity rather than quality. The journey from a small idea to the final implementation of youth activities is not easy,and it requires knowledge and skills in both the project management and its leadership.

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