«Sharing Stories Building Bridges» (4-11.12.2017, Bakuriani, Georgia)

A happy selfie, taken by an international group at the top of the tower. The city is visible in the background. One of the boys is holding a snow lump.

The project «Sharing Stories Building Bridges» took place from 4 till 11 December 2017 in Bakuriani, Georgia. The main aim of the project was to explore the method of Digital Storytelling. Anastasia Nikolaeva, who was one of the participants, shares her emotions about the week: «I had a great opportunity to take part in the… Continue reading

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Open up to see – study visit

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From 29 June to 5 July 2015, we will participate on the “Open Up to See”, a study visit co-financed by the Erasmus + Programme, that will take place in Setúbal, Portugal. It will gather 24 youth workers, youth leaders and people that works with youth from Portugal, Albania, Armenia, Denmark, Egypt, Italy, Latvia, Poland,… Continue reading

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“Think globally, act locally” or how we find out the Global Education

Very attentive and interested in the topic participants

At the beginning of new academic year, in late September, four participants from the Institute of Ukrainian Studies took part in the project organized by our partner, a Polish NGO, in the framework of Erasmus+ program. We spent four amazing days in a company of our Polish, Lithuanian, Czech and Rumanian friends. The project was… Continue reading

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Youth worker development or how we improved our management skills

IUS international

Approximately 4 hours en route and here we go – sunny Cyprus! It was on April the 21st. The Island greeted us with warm weather, beautiful views and easygoing people. Having reached the place of venue (Nicosia), we got acquainted with organizers of the TC “Youth Worker Development”. It was a great pleasure for the… Continue reading

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“Open Up to See” Study Visit

IUS international

After a 4-hour trip by plane we found ourselves in the sunny city of Lisbon, welcoming us with perfect weather and smiling faces. There was a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and many expectations in our heads when we took a 1-hour bus to meet our team for the next week of the project, which took… Continue reading

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