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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Open Up To See

IUS international

PROJECT INFO FUNDING PROGRAMME: Erasmus+ Programme ACTION: Key Action 1 – Learning Mobility of Individuals ACTIVITY: Study Visit VENUE: Setúbal, Portugal DATE: 29 June to 5 July 2015 AGE: 18+ TOTAL PARTICIPANTS: 24 (2 participants per country) PARTNER COUNTRIES: Albania, Armenia, Denmark, Egypt, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Norway. MORE INFORMATION For more information about the project   LOCAL… 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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Meeting of EVS coordinators 2015

Very serious coordinators

This annual meeting was held on 1 March. I had a great opportunity to participate there since I took the position of IUS’ EVS coordinator in November 2014. Thanks to the organizers, we stayed at a wonderful Ukrainian village ethno-complex which is located close to Kyiv. There were some both unexpected and pleasant news –… Continue reading

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Open Up – You Can Do It!

Open Up – You Can Do It

When you are the student you don’t know what that means to be unemployed, for sure that will occur one day, but somewhere in future. Maybe you remember that moment how hard it was to make a decision about what kind of profession to choose, but believe the harder thing is just to begin. During… Continue reading

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