Programme and action: Erasmus+ KA1 mobility of youth workers - seminar
Dates: 14.03.2017 - 19.03.2017
Venue: Madrid, Spain
Number of participants: 23
Participating countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain
Project description: “Live Together, Learn Together” is a project born from the project “Play Together, Learn Together”, held in Elche in June/July of 2016. During this seminar varied strategies and good practices were shared with the main focus of using sport as a tool for social inclusion. One of the Spanish organizations that had participated in that seminar, Dragones de Lavapiés, is the organizer of this new project “Live Together, Learn Together” with the following goals: - AIM: To foster social inclusion through coexistence and youth participation”
- Exchange experiences and good social inclusion practices through coexistence initiatives and participation of the youth.
- Share the realities of the participating partners related with strategies fostering coexistence and youth participation.
- Foster intercultural dialogue through coexistence and youth participation.
- Create a booklet with experiences and best practices about youth initiatives and self-managed communities that are promoting the coexistence between young people and the community.
that coexistence is a priority in this nowadays more intercultural
society, we are going to focus in fostering social inclusion and
preventing radicalization of young people through local actions that
involve the them. This project is aimed to the creation of
coexistence spaces where young people can be motivated to
participate in the society, being part of a “larger” thing that will
increase the feeling of community.