Project "Let's talk about IT" is consisted of 4 main acitivities: mentoring system, onlne learning platform activities, residential training course and follow up activities. Residential training course is a mobility of youth workers scheduled to take place from 22.11.-30.11.2018.
Naziv projekta: Summer games for children and youth
Broj projekta: 2017-1-HR01-KA105-035328
Financijska potpora: Europska unija/Agencija za mobilnost i programe EU/program Erasmus +
Trajanje projekta: 01.05.2017.- 30.09.2017.
Iznos dodijeljene potpore: 18.633,00 €
Ville de Nevers
AGAPEDIA Jürgen Klinsmann Stiftung gGmbH -
Associazione Culturale Strauss
Fundacja Rozwoju Spoleczenstwa Przedsiebiorczego
Project Summer Games for children and youth is a short-term EVS project where 11 EVS volunteers would participate during summer (July-August) in the town of Vukovar.
The goal of the project is, in Vukovar, which is itself a multi-ethnic environment, through a program for children and young people to ensure that they gain competencies and skills in work with children and young people, encourage the improvement of quality of youth work, open up intercultural dialogue, promoting active citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity and thus ensures the strengthening of competence and level of key competencies for the labor market. A larger number of volunteers and the involvement of young people from different EU countries contribute to the international dimension of youth activities.
The project will ensure and enhance the quality of activities and programmes for children and young people in the town of Vukovar in two-month period, which is very important for the city of Vukovar and the needs of the local community during the summer period because a large number of families with children and young people are not able to provide a summer vacation. Activities to be implemented during the project are: organization and implementation of art & craft and creative workshops for children and young people at outdoors – Ada Island / town beach; Promotions EVS and Erasmus +, Prepare and implement workshops in the open for young people - street activities, sports activities, playing games, intercultural evenings for young people; organization and implementation VukoArt festival; Marking the International Day of Youth 08.11.2017. , Recording and publicizing a film about summer events in Vukovar
This project provides an opportunity for young people to work together (EVS volunteers + volunteers from the community), create and develop different works of art (visual, audio-visual) that will have the opportunity to express on VukoArt festival, and by organizing direct outdoor work in the local community.
Naziv projekta: Zajedno aktivni
Broj projekta: 2017 – 2 - HR01 - KA105-035530
Financijska potpora: Europska unija/Agencija za mobilnost i programe EU/program Erasmus +
Trajanje projekta: 01.08.2017.- 31.10.2018.
Iznos dodijeljene potpore: 35.945,00 €
ASOCIACION BUILDING BRIDGES; Španjolska - https://www.yeseuropa.org/
Vicolocorto; Italija - http://www.vicolocorto.org/it
Genclik Turizmi Dernegi; Turska - http://genctur.org/
Centre d’information et de documentation jeunesse - Francuska, - https://www.cidj.com/
Projekt „Active together“ aim is to enable development and gaining new knowledge, skills and competencies of young volunteers by helping elderly and disabled people and people with disabilities in Vukovar and activities for young people and ensure better social life of the elderly and in same time improve social inclusion of elderly people , raising awareness of the immediate and wider surrounding and in particular the young people of the needs for social inclusion, tolerance, and to provide direct assistance to elderly and disabled people and people with disabilities.
The idea is to socially include elderly people from Vukovar with young people by organizing various activities for elderly people, that would be implemented by young people and thereby promote intergenerational solidarity. It is very important to encourage young people to be more socially conscious and socially involved through various forms of assistance to elderly and disabled people, to encourage volunteering, eg through participation in the work with the elderly, through social activities and thus through volunteering develop the skills necessary for the labor market of young people (responsibility, accuracy, sensitivity, communication skills, entrepreneurial spirit, develop a sense of value), which would have impact on the volunteers as well as on partner organizations to implement similar projects in their communities, or include volunteers in follow up activities after return or some other way and to ensure the competences for 6 volunteers from each country.
Main activities: House assistance for the elderly and disabled, Social activities for the elderly and persons with disabilities; Social activities for young people; Promotion of opportunities for young people - Participation in organizing the events and promotional activities for young people; Intercultural evenings; Personal EVS project- every EVS volunteer within their volunteer service will develop their own project in order to gain competences to be able to conduct activities, develop creativity and leadership skills. EVS volunteers in the implementation of these activities would have help from staff and local volunteers, and mentors to monitor and assist in the learning process; The project would: improve the quality of life of elderly people and people with disabilities, and young people in Vukovar; strengthen social cohesion in the community, improve the knowledge and skills of young people to work with the target group, Increase creativity; Higher awareness of young people about the opportunities for young people - education, exchanges, training, camping, volunteering - Through implemented creative workshops and workshops strengthened competencies and knowledge and experience of young people; Prevented social exclusion and marginalization of elderly, powerless, disabled and young and given contribution to intergenerational solidarity.
At local level, project would have impact on beneficiaries themselves – elderly and powerless people, children and youth from local community as activities would be implemented at local level. Project would have impact on higher inclusion of youth from local community as EVS volunteers would be good example to young people from local community while working on intergenerational solidarity. Regional and national impact would be accomplished through visibility of project activities and promotion on social networks. European influence would be achieved by promotion of project and visibility through partnerships with organisations from: Spain, France, Turkey, Italy and Croatia as project leader.
Name of the project: Culture club YPGD
Financial support: Zaklada Kultura nova
Duration of the project: 01.01.2018.-31.12.2018.
Financial support amount: 89.820 kn
About the project:
Aim of the project is to make sure that The club as social and cultural center realises activities which are contributing to cultural and art creation in Vukovar and producing in culture, and places which are contributing on the development of the independent culture scene in the city trough activities which promote modern audio-visual expresion, making of, distribution and promotion of the acts of different disciplines.
Aims of the program are: establishing a central place for independent and non-affirmed artists and activists from Vukovar, which are creating new authors works and by presentations encourage people for participating. Activities of the project are including preparation and organisation of the space for everyday work of the artists and creatives themselves, organising and completing music and DJ workshops, music production, networking of the musicians, making of the comics, course of digital writing, intercultural evenings, books and poetry evenings, art exibitions, photo workshops with 3 thematic photo exibitions, organasing Youth days, social and cultural activities, round table.
Women in an Equal Europe: Using creative processes and a feminist framework to reflect on the experiences of women living in the European Union and the power of EU Policy to promote gender equality and human rights.
This transnational project involves four European partners from Ireland, Spain, Croatia and Serbia and uses creative processes of theatre and film and on-line resources to promote a greater understanding of women’s rights and the positive changes that have come about in relation to gender equality as a result of belonging to the European Union.
The project identifies 20 positive stories of change experienced by women – 5 from each partner country – that have come about as a result of belonging to the EU. The 20 stories are used to create a Research and Resource document; an EU Equality and Human Rights drama workshop and a performance/film on the role of women in Europe which are then offered to the general public to bring citizens, artists and activists together to discuss, debate and network on gender equality, human rights, the role of the EU and the kind of Europe we want for the future in relation to gender equality, human rights and inclusion.
Using the arts and political activism, the project promotes a remembrance of women’s equality and women’s experiences of life in Europe to ensure women’s voices and stories are equally heard and acknowledged.
Using a feminist framework, the aims of the project are to use creative processes to (a) identify and remember the experiences of women living in the European Union with a focus on positive change in relation to gender equality that has happened as a result of belonging to the EU (b) to raise awareness of the role and power of the EU to promote gender equality, human rights and inclusion including tolerance and intercultural dialogue and (c) to provide information on the role citizens can play to actively influence EU policy and to actively engage citizens in debate on the kind of Europe they want for the future in relation to gender equality, human rights and inclusion.
Participants learn about European history and the history of women’s equality that brings a raised awareness of women’s experiences of life in Europe and ensures women’s voices and stories are equally heard and acknowledged. The project engages citizens in debate, learning, discussion and networking on the successes to date of EU policy in relation to gender equality, human rights and inclusion and supports civic participation in EU policy making processes by bringing EU citizens together to take part in a range of activities directly linked to the development of EU policy for gender equality, human rights and inclusion.
This transnational project involves four European partners from Ireland, Spain, Croatia and Serbia.
The partners are Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company, Dublin, Ireland, www.smashingtimes.ie (lead partner);
Iniciativas de Futuro Para Una Europa Social, Valencia, Spain www.ifes.es;
Mirovna grupa mladih Dunav – Youth Peace Group ‘Danube’ (YPGD), Vukovar, Croatia, www.ypgd.org
DAH Theatre Research Centre, Belgrade, Serbia, www.dahteatarcentar.com.