The youth exchange “Beliefs and Superstitions from Here and Elsewhere” gathers 64 young people from four countries: Belgium, France, Macedonia and Serbia on Reunion Island from 3rd to 13th August.
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The aims of the youth exchange is raising awareness on issues related to abusive beliefs and superstitions, discovering new cultures and promoting “living together” among the involved parties.
During the exchange, which is realized in French language, young people will be encouraged to express themselves, to listen to each other, to exchange and to create results on the topic in order to enrich themselves. The youngsters discuss beliefs and superstitions through activities, workshops, meetings, visits and testimonies.
European Association for Local Democracy – ALDA Skopje is a partner and participates in the project with 14 participants from Macedonia. The other partners in the project are: Maison des jeunes des Banneux (Belgique), Vivre ensemble avec nos differences (Reunion Island – France) and Jules Vernes (Serbia). The project was funded by the European Union through the “Erasmus +” programme.
The youth exchange “Beliefs and Superstitions from Here and Elsewhere” gathers 64 young people from four countries: Belgium, France, Macedonia and Serbia on Reunion Island from 3rd to 13th August.
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The aims of the youth exchange is raising awareness on issues related to abusive beliefs and superstitions, discovering new cultures and promoting “living together” among the involved parties.
During the exchange, which is realized in French language, young people will be encouraged to express themselves, to listen to each other, to exchange and to create results on the topic in order to enrich themselves. The youngsters discuss beliefs and superstitions through activities, workshops, meetings, visits and testimonies.
European Association for Local Democracy – ALDA Skopje is a partner and participates in the project with 14 participants from Macedonia. The other partners in the project are: Maison des jeunes des Banneux (Belgique), Vivre ensemble avec nos differences (Reunion Island – France) and Jules Vernes (Serbia). The project was funded by the European Union through the “Erasmus +” programme.