It all started with an Erasmus+ project called “Youth Catalyst 2.0.” organised by a Czech organisation Brno Connected, led by Katka and Arianna, two trainers from Czech Republic and Italy.
In the next paragraphs we will find out the financial support for participating to the Erasmus+ experience and some other opportunities within the framework of the programme. In the end, instead, I will tell which were the outcomes of the Erasmus+ in the EU society.
We were asked to choose between different terms that we associated with solidarity. To me personally, two important terms are love and empathy. In addition, I would also associate both terms with Christmas and since we are in the Christmas season right now, I want to look more closely to the link between solidarity actions and Christmas.
The 20th December is International day of solidarity, and on this occasion, I would like to talk to you about why this day exists, what actions are taking place, also explain what solidarity means for me, and tell you about how we can connect solidarity with the mission of our NGO, Amazonas.
In this first part of the article, I will tell you something about the history of the Erasmus+ programme, how it works, its scopes and how to participate.
I will explain to you what Roda is, what instruments are used in capoeira, people’s personal experiences, and share with you my own experience of it as well!
Today, Thursday 25th November is the International day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
In this article I will give you a deeper understanding of what happens if you will be chosen for an interview after your application process on the ESC’s platform.
By doing something meaningful, and at best making a positive contribution to the community, you also do something good for yourself. After all, feeling like you can help and being actively involved in an important project can be very rewarding.