"Outdoors for inclusion"
Erasmus+ youth workers mobility
SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT:
Please refer to the Infopack below.
Accommodation, living, working materials & other project related expenses will be funded 100% by the European Commission, except the travel costs which is up to the limit of 275 euro/person for Polish participant.
Please refer to the Infopack for further details.
The coordinating/host organization charges 40,00 euro per person as a fee.
PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:
3 Polish youth workers aged 18+, please refer to the Infopack below for further requirements.
The participants are required by the coordinating/hosting organization to perform the following dissemination activities after the event:
1. Proofs implementation of local outdoor activities which they will develop in national teams during the training course.
Proofs can be photos and text describing what was happening, the number of people, etc, or/and ex. FB event; preferably with their feedback on how the process went.
2. Presentations/workshop/seminar to share knowledge (methods, games, activities, etc.) gained during the project. This can be done within the organisation or/and outside for a wider audience.
Both of listed above can be done individually (if participants live in different cities) or as a group.
In addition, if there is an opportunity, an article in local or international media, radio show, podcast or something like this would be pretty much appreciated.
Our main aim is to disseminate project information to educational institutions, youth organizations and youth groups both in the cities and regions, where young people are less aware of their opportunities in project participation.
Our main target group are youth from high schools, colleges, universities, volunteer centres, youth-led organizations and associations who are active and in different ways involved in community work or would like to become active and get involved.
The other target group comprises youth workers, trainers and educators and interested people covering the topic issues.
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.