‘We All Need Traditional and Enjoyable Dances’ project in Turkey

Shining day on the beach

Would you ever believe me, if I said that it is possible to combine dancing with an effective learning process? Well, you have to, because that’s exactly what we were doing during an amazing project “We All Need Traditional and Enjoyable Dances” that took place in Nazilli, Turkey, in December 2015. It was an unforgettable… Continue reading

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August is the time of great opportunities

From 10 to 21 August 2015, six members of the Institute of Ukrainian Studies participated in the Estonian project “Forest Tales”. Youth Exchange took place in the framework of the Erasmus + in Luua, Estonia. In the project took part 48 participants from countries such as Estonia, Ukraine, Poland, Greece, Georgia, Turkey and Armenia. The… Continue reading

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Overcoming invincible borders; Pathway to society of equality

Throughout the world we can observe how the new wave of extreme nationalism and xenophobia attacks European countries, coving invisible barriers which are much stronger and difficult to cross than physical borders. So there is a menace that we may lose our goodwill, solidarity as well as our conception of equal opportunities also may be… Continue reading

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АTOL: Advanced Training of Leadership – Bringing out our potential!

8th to 15th of December 2014. Zagreb, Croatia Zagreb similarly to Lviv is well-known as the centre of artistic, musical, literary and theatrical life. There are numerous museums, galleries and theatres there, and many cultural events are annually held in the city, supporting its status. However, something special took place only in the capital of… Continue reading

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Arts against discrimination

Time is going fast… So 10 days that team of Ukrainian youth workers spent in Georgia left in the past. But amazing experience, sweet memories and our new friends will be with us forever. This is all about the Youth Exchange “Arts against discrimination – empowering youth” that took place in Georgia in October 1-11,… Continue reading

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