SOURCE Seminar & Conference

9-15 September, 2018, Nagykovácsi Kastélypark, Hungary


 Organizer: ÉLMÉNYAKADÉMIA / Academy of Experience, Hungary -

 Date: 9-15 September, 2018.

 Venue: Nagykovácsi Kastélypark, Hungary

 Participants: 20 participants from the V4 countries during the Seminar, whilst we expect to have approx. 120 participants from the V4 countries during the Source Conference.



● You are eager to learn new methods (e.g. by using experiential education, solution focus coaching, intervision, peer learning) on how to work with/ support youngsters at risk.

● You also have rich experience in the field of youth work and experience in supporting youngsters who are at risk.

● You are able to share your expertise with the others (e.g. in the form of a workshop).

● You have good level of English.

● You can participate during the whole SOURCE Seminar & Conference




      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.

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The SOURCE Seminar & Conference is financed by the International Visegrad Fund and requires co-funding from your side. All costs related to board and lodging will be covered by the Fund. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 100% if you manage your travel in the allocated budget and upon the presentation of the tickets, invoices and proves of payment.

Whilst from your side, there is a 30 EUR participation fee (contribution to the program) to be paid to the Hungarian organizers. Further details will be sent to the selected participants.

Fundacja "Zielony Słoń" has statutory fee for this kind of events of 80 PLN paid accordingly to the "Regulamin mobilnosci".

For all practical information and detailed requirements please read the Infopack.

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.