Yes For Inclusion
We are looking for 6 participants (including 1 leader) who will take part in a youth exchange Yes For Inclusion, which will take place from 9th to 16th October 2021 in Costinesti, Romania.
This project aims the following objectives:
- The participants in this project will understand what discrimination means in relation to their stereotypes, prejudices and its negative effects.
- During the project the participants will develop their abilities to work with young people with reduced opportunities through new non-formal education methods and will combat discrimination.
- At the end of the project the young participant will have an open attitude towards those who are discriminated against and will be empathetic with them. Stereotypes and prejudices will be eliminated.
The project is financed from the Erasmus+ programme. The organisers will provide the participants with food, accommodation and reimbursement of the travel costs up to 275 euros per person.
If you are at least 18 years old and if you are interested in the topic of this youth exchange, we are waiting for your application until the 25th of August 2021 (Wednesday). All candidates will receive an e-mail with the results of the selection the latest 1 week after the deadline for applying.
You can find more information about the project in the attached infopack.
Due to the situation of COVID-19, it’s still not clear how the situation is going to be during the project. Because of this, we are preparing ourselves to support our participants and partners in the best way, to make this project happen as planned. In case this won’t be possible, the info on the website will be updated to let the participants know about any changes in the program.
Project partner / organizer
Centrul Pentru Dezvoltarea Instrumentelor Structurale
The “Centrul pentru Dezvoltarea Instrumentelor Structurale” association is dedicated to development of youth, helping out those who lack opportunities, the integration into society of discriminated young people and encouraging youth initiative.