"Generation X,Y, Z

on the labor market

Erasmus+ Youth Exchange 

20 - 27 September 2019 Chata Kunov, Slovakia

Budget:

  • Sending fee (80,00 Polish zl) charged by the Green Elephant Foundation for statutory expenditures accordingly to the Rules (Regulamin Mobilności PL).

Food, accommodation and local travel costs (only during the activity program) will be covered 100% by the grant from local National Agency of Erasmus+. 

Travel costs reimbursement maximum limit for Polish participants is 140 euro (the organizers planned to spend the rest to cover local transport). 

After sending their tickets and boarding cards, participants will receive the reimbursement of their travel costs. Travel (flights, other means of transport) expenses are compensated (up to 100%), based on the actual expenses incurred and the distance from your location of residence to the location of the project.

WORKING LANGUAGE

English

 

PARTICIPANTS FROM POLAND

+ 7 people aged preferably up to 22 

+ 1 group leader with no age limit

SAFETY AND INSURANCE

      Travel and accident insurance is a responsibility of the participants. You shall obtain the European Health Insurance Card (EKUZ) in your city. it's free and gives you access to medical care of the host country. You are also advised to buy a regular travel and/ or accident insurance during your travel and your whole stay.

VENUE

About Chata Kunov https://www.ubytovanienaslovensku.eu/rekreacna-chata-kunov

The organizer www http://www.protectwork.sk/

Project Summary:

The  youth  exchange   project   is  one  of   the  tools   that  meets  the  objectives   of  Protect  work,   to enable young people to acquire knowledge, develop skills and shape attitudes, contribute to their personal development, social inclusion, and to develop the active citizenship of young people and to improve their prospects of gaining employment and employability.

The youth exchange will involve 27 participants from Slovakia, Poland and Ukraine, aged 15-20, who represent a risk group as they come from less developed regions with higher unemployment rates. Young people are developing skills to be able to stay in the intergenerational team, increase their ability to communicate and collaborate in different types of people, learn more tolerance and accept the multicultural working environment, eliminate established  stereotypes towards individual  generations   of X, Y, Z and contribute to eliminating age discrimination. We will use non-formal learning activities to develop young people to be able to succeed in labour market and personal lives

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.