Erasmus +:KA1 - Youth Exchange - Programme Countries

Place:Cyprus, Paralimni

Dates:13/09/2016 - 21/09/2016

 

Project Description:

To answer with one word the above questions is "perception". Indeed what is the perception of the youth on anything happening around them today? 

This project seeks to address the points of view of youth today on how they see the crisis in any form (economical, social, equality of EU members, behaviors, problems and how the see EU finding solutions for these)

For example there is a specific problem, how do people handle it? How do they see it? Each problem has half of its answer/solution in its question, so youth in this project will try to identify ways to see differently (from different aspects) the possible solutions for that problem.

This in a big view can create a framework of fighting unemployment because youth today take for a fact that there are no jobs available so they do not actually do anything for this except waiting. At the same time this project will address this youth and will try to change this perception.

The main focus of the project is looking at youth unemployment and finding ways to help youth help themselves find employment rather than waiting for the jobs to find them.  We want to help young people understand the world, understand what is waiting for them in the real world and then help them to be prepared to deal with the situations that life hands them.

We want to help young people perceive tomorrow and be ready for it.

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MAGAZINES:

1. Fashk Magazine

2. Growth Magazine

3. Job Hunters Magazine

4. Lets GO Magazine

5. InstaWork Magazine

6. Youth Coach Magazine

7. Youth Think Magazine

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (Erasmus + Programme).

This publication article reflects the views only of the author(s), and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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"Where do I belong?", it was a great project, implemented by OTI International. The project, which was taken part in Romania, was again a good point for me to meet extraordinary people from 7 countries, discover new insights about their culture and how people from those countries deal situations like integration of refugees and inclusion of their own co-nationalities which may be disabled or facing rough times. The organization team did an amazing job regarding time management and using key resources for offering us a pleasant time and enrich us with all their know-how. I highly recommend you to attend future projects with OTI International if you have the chance.

Vlad Batala from Romania - "Where Do I Belong"

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