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What is international, fun, productive, and useful at the same time? It’s an Erasmus+ youth exchange, of course!

23 youngsters from Macedonia, Belgium and France met from the 1st to the 7th of August 2017 in the city of Struga, Macedonia, right by the lakeshore, to discuss and exchange on the topics of Migrant crisis and European citizenship.
This French-speaking youth exchange brought together young people not only from different countries and age groups, but with quite mixed cultural and ethnical backgrounds too, which led to some very interesting discussions and even more interesting conclusions regarding the topics at hand.
Through activities such as energizers, games, workshops on writing poetry slam, as well as forum theater, the participants were able to better understand the complex issue of migration, to learn how to work together in mixed, international teams, to follow or bend the rules of an improvised story on the topic of migration, and in a very short time managed to write some wonderful slam poetry, which was presented by each group at the end of the exchange.
Having the opportunity to see the cities of Struga and Ohrid, swim together in the beautiful Ohrid lake, learn more about each other’s countries on the international evenings and help each other in a time of need, resulted in creating a group of friends from total strangers by the end of the week, all of them looking forward to cooperating again in the near future.
The participating organizations in this project funded by the European Union were the European Association for Local Democracy – ALDA Skopje (Macedonia), Logement et Harmonie Sociale Asbl (Belgium) and Centre Socioculturel Intercommunal Pierre Mendes (France).
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What is international, fun, productive, and useful at the same time? It’s an Erasmus+ youth exchange, of course!

23 youngsters from Macedonia, Belgium and France met from the 1st to the 7th of August 2017 in the city of Struga, Macedonia, right by the lakeshore, to discuss and exchange on the topics of Migrant crisis and European citizenship.
This French-speaking youth exchange brought together young people not only from different countries and age groups, but with quite mixed cultural and ethnical backgrounds too, which led to some very interesting discussions and even more interesting conclusions regarding the topics at hand.
Through activities such as energizers, games, workshops on writing poetry slam, as well as forum theater, the participants were able to better understand the complex issue of migration, to learn how to work together in mixed, international teams, to follow or bend the rules of an improvised story on the topic of migration, and in a very short time managed to write some wonderful slam poetry, which was presented by each group at the end of the exchange.
Having the opportunity to see the cities of Struga and Ohrid, swim together in the beautiful Ohrid lake, learn more about each other’s countries on the international evenings and help each other in a time of need, resulted in creating a group of friends from total strangers by the end of the week, all of them looking forward to cooperating again in the near future.
The participating organizations in this project funded by the European Union were the European Association for Local Democracy – ALDA Skopje (Macedonia), Logement et Harmonie Sociale Asbl (Belgium) and Centre Socioculturel Intercommunal Pierre Mendes (France).
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