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Autism spectrum disorder is a condition related to brain development that impacts how a person perceives and socializes with others, causing problems in social interaction and communication. The disorder also includes limited and repetitive patterns of behaviour.
Social work for me is not only the job of listening to people and helping them: it’s also what we can all do to contribute to our society.
Welcome to the second part related to the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree. I will guide you with the aim to make you understand as much as possible the EMJMD programme: especially its financial support for participation.
In the following I want to respond to the question of how volunteering really becomes a sustainable and helpful action.
Even if Valentine’s day is dividing opinions, it is a great opportunity to remind us how much love is important in our life and should be celebrated and used in our everyday life, not just on February 14th.
This article will be divided in two parts: the first part will tackle the history of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree, its scopes and how to participate in it. In the second part I will give you some information about the financial support for participating in the EMJMD and find out if it is worth participating in it!
Although in general it’s great to be motivated and to do voluntary work, I was asking myself if it can also become problematic, especially when it comes to volunteering trips abroad and that’s what I will elaborate on in this article.
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.