Apel deschis: Participanti pentru doua proiecte de schimb de tineri in Turcia

Multicultural_Education2-300x200ATCE-Speranta Ramniceana (http://atcesr.wordpress.com) cauta participanti romani pentru 2 proiecte in Turcia. Descrierile proiectelor sunt mai jos. Pentru detalii si inscrieri, va rugam sa trimiteti un mail la strimbeid@gmail.com si office@atcesr.ro cu un CV atasat si o scurta motivatie pentru participarea la proiect, cat mai curand. Asociatia nu percepe nicio taxa de participare. Garantia ca dvs mergeti in proiect este achizitionarea biletului si transmiterea biletului electronic, a facturii si a dovezii platii pe mailul nostru, dar numai dupa ce ati discutat cu noi si v-am confirmat ca puteti face demersuri de plecare.

Title: “European Cuisine”
Type of project: youth exchange, Action 1.1, YIA Programme
Main international meeting dates: 20-30 May 2013
Venue: Gaziantep/Islahiye, Turkey
Organizer and coordinator: İslahiye Eğitim ve Gençlik Gurubu
Aim: The main aim of European Cuisine project is to break prejudice and to get to know new cultures with intercultural dialogue methods and also we want to pay attention to healthy life and obesity problem in the world. For these reasons, we will organize workshops about obesity, healthy life, healthy foods and food cultures. Also we will have crossing activity every morning before breakfast. We will meet with Spanish, Romanian, Italian, Polish and Bulgarian partner between 20th of May and 30th of May 2013 to organize this project in Gaziantep, Turkey. Participants targeted: 6 participants (between 18 -25) + 1 Leader (no age limit for leader); able to communicate in English and available to attend all activities due to take place in Gaziantep, interested to learn more on gastronomic diversityand non-formal education and willing to share our Romanian cuisine. Experience is an advantage, but not mandatory.

Financial conditions: Food and accommodation are 100% covered. No participation fee required. Participants should purchase their tickets and they will be refunded by the organizers 70% of the tickets costs within the limit of 300 euro/person.

Type of project: youth exchange, Action 1.1, YIA Programme
Venue :in İznik in Bursa
Dates: between 18 june 2013 – 28 june 2013
Group: 4 participants under 25 years old + 1 group leader (no age limit)
Summary: Photography is a contemporary art that its’ popularity is growing really fast especially among young people today. We believe, one of the most important reasons which make photography so popular is that, photography requires different points of view to objects, people, events, nature and life. Just like in photography, cultures are also different points of view to life. Every community has a different style of


perceiving and living the life and every photographer have different style of perceiving and capturing the theme and the moment. In our project, named “Look, Feel and Capture”, participants from 6 programme country will take photographs of some certain themes, with different cameras (digital or analog, amateur or professional) and by their points of view. Then we will discuss about the differences in the photographs and differences in the cultures. Participants shouldn’t necessarily be a professional photographer. Even they know nothing about photography, it is not a problem because, as youth we are all amateurs of this life, just like we are amateurs of photography. We will also stress on anti-racism/xenophobia and intercultural-learning. In the activities we will learn a little about photography but a lot about each other; have long-lasting friendships, and erase the prejudices in our minds among each others’ community and culture.

Project activities
-we will take photo everywhere in İznik
-we will tour historic and cultural places and we will created promotion pages
-we will use social networks (facebook,twitter)
-press conferences
-we will organize a photo exhibition with our photos
-we will talk with young people who live in İznik


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