YE “Health in Everyday Living”, Kobuleti, Georgia, 24th-31st of October
Wednesday October 9th, 2013
Institute of Ukrainian Studies is looking for 5 active Ukrainian youngest to take part in the project on 24-31 October in Georgia.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The project “Health in Everyday Living” aims to exchange experiences on drug abuse, alcohol and smoking in the European Union and protecting youth from harmful effects of this disastrous. A particular emphasis will be put on educational learning programme on healthy lifestyle, better work productivity and establishing future cooperation between youth workers and practitioners in youth field to develop ideas for future projects.
The project fosters young people’s sense of European citizenship and helps them to understand their role as a part of the present and the future of Europe. It makes an important input to the acquisition through non-formal learning as well as to the promotion of young people’s active citizenship in society. Youth Exchange will be based on the principles of non-formal education, interactive activities, experiential learning and creativity. Inputs and discussions in working groups, workshops, role-plays and outdoor activities are some of the methods that will provide further knowledge and understanding of this issue.
Young people from 9 countries will gather in order to receive an educational programme on specific topic. This project provides information how youth can make an educated choice. During YE participants will have the opportunity to share their experience at European level, presenting tools and approaches to deal with unhealthy life. Engagement of youth in positive public health outcomes involves providing the opportunity for young people to gain the ability and authority to make decisions that help improve the policy environment, change social norms and consumption in their communities.
Kobuleti is a town in Georgia‘s southwestern region of Ajaria. It is situated on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. Kobuleti is a sea resort. It is situated in a subtropical zone, rich in agricultural produce such as citrus fruit and tea.Kobuleti stretches along the Black Sea coast, approximately 10 m above sea level – the height. The town of Kobuleti Municipality is divided into 1, 2 Territorial dabasada 17 village councils. The population is 94602 people. One of the Kobuleti district – one of the largest and densely populated districts. It is an old, historic part of Colchis.
If you want to join the project, send a request for an applicaion form to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Detail project description you can read here – YE “Health in Everyday Living”
During the project organizers will use non-formal technics and methods and the trainers who are experts in their fields will share the knowledge and best practices related to the topics.
%70 of travel expenses and %100 of visa expenses will reimburse by hosting organization with the grant of YIA Programme.
Accommodation and food will covered during whole project by Host Organization with grant of European Commission.
With no participation fee.