Youth MADE Newsletter December 2018
The Youth MADE project supported young people to participate in youth exchanges to explore migration. Each youth exchange included 5 youth and 1 youth leader from each partner country: UK, Sweden, Croatia, France, Italy, Poland & Slovakia.
The youth took part in two youth exchanges: France 22 – 26 May 2018 and Poland 23 – 27 October 2018.
Activities included workshops, role play, debates, presentations and meetings with migrants. The youth produced multimedia reports to disseminate their activities. By carrying out research and gathering information to develop their knowledge of migration, refugees, integration and inclusion they deveop informed opinions and can become active citizens to influence their peers, their local community, elected representatives to lead to respect for human rights to prevent fear of others and radicalisation.
Europe Direct NI is involved in a number of Erasmus+ project with partners in other regions of the EU to share expertise and knowledge across a number of themes including women, youth and agriculture.
SoEngage: Engaging farmers in Social Farming
Women return to work project
Youth MADE: Youth Making a Differnce in Europe
The Euro-Youth MediaLab Project & Youth Exchanges
CRANE: The Network of Farms Teaching Citizens
The Youth Worker TEAM Project: Training to Empower, Animate and act as Multipliers youth leaders
This newsletter outlines information on this new project which is funded under Erasmus+ for 2yrs from 01-10-2018 to 30-09-2020.
The objective of the SoEngage project is to develop training to support farmers engage in Social Farming for economic benefit and sustainability of the farm and the rural community.