About the Youth Exchnage:
Jelentkezési határidő: 2021. November 15.
További információk: Kovács Dóra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jelentkezési lap: https://forms.gle/UpfxMwhdcGw9D4QF7
Using sport to encourage active participation of youth in the society
Sport by its nature strives for the betterment of participants’ performance, not only in terms of competing with others, but also to improve oneself in comparison with one’s own previous achievements. It can also promote respect for rules, fair play, non-violence, inclusion, equality, and equal opportunities that are certainly important values in our societies. In many ways sport can also contribute to improving social skills.
Participation and active citizenship within the democratic life of any community is fundamentally about having the right, means, space, opportunity and support necessary to participate in and influence decisions the actions and activities that are part of building a better society. This view of participation comes from the European Charter on the Participation of Young People, and clearly goes beyond a narrow understanding of youth participation in terms of just voting and political involvement.
Sport can be a powerful tool to enhance team spirit, solidarity, education and social values, and cooperation. So, the role of sport in promoting social networks and active citizenship is important. As a truly universal language, it is one of the best ways to bring communities together and 10 build trust among members of the society. Its importance and effectiveness in enhancing social development has been supported by the European Commission, the UN, several international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and academic researchers.
The main objective of the youth exchange is to develop participant’s competences for active citizenship and to broaden their knowledge through sport and to widen participating organisation’s tools for promoting active citizenship.
During the youth exchange participants will be able to:
– broaden their knowledge about active citizenship
– develop their skills and competences through various Education Through Sport Activities
– get to know the ‘Have your Say’ Manual and the activities of the ‘Active Citizenship Through Sport’ Toolkit
– get to know other cultures
– put their knowledge into practise and practise their entrepreneurship competences by creating their own imaginary active community
– develop their multilingual competences
– create international friendships
After the youth exchange, participants will be able to facilitate non-formal educational actvities for the promotion of active citizenhsip.
We are looking for participants who are:
- setween the age of 18-30 (preferably between 18-26)
- speking english in an intermediate level
- youth workers, sport trainers, students who will become teachers or who has a high interest in the the topic of the YE
Sport background: basic level of fittness level is required (everyday we will have c.a. 1-2 hours of active workshop/sport activity.)
Venue: Velence, Hungary, Székesfehérváti Gyermek és Ifjúsági Tábor – 2481, Régiposta u. 1
Hungary: National Youth Council of Hungary
Croatia: Sziszek Terv j.d.o.o.
Serbia: CENTAR ZA OMLADINSKI I DRUSTVENI RAZVOJ RES POLIS
Italy: GEA – SOCIETA COOPERATIVA SOCIALE
Accommodation and food: Fully covered by the Erasmus+ program.
Travel reimbursement: Participants will be reimbursed the exact amount of travel money they spent and up to a set limit:
Hungary: 23 euro/participants
The reimbursement will be made after you provided original tickets, invoices, and boarding passes.
Travel insurance: All participants must have travel insurance or European Health Insurance Card. The organization of any kind of insurance is the responsibility of the participant.
Important note: Invoices shall be created if possible when you purchase travel tickets.
There is no reimbursement without the ORIGINAL travel Documents.