Published at 2016-11-24
In between June and October of 2016, 120 participants from 9 different European countries – Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Croatia came together with a cause to create more awareness towards employability and stimulation of entrepreneurial thinking through the Erasmus+ financed project called Winning the Game! The project itself consisted out of three main activities: Advanced Planning Visit (APV), first and second Youth Exchange.
Published at 2016-11-08
Over 20 active young people came to Prague for further non-formal education training course. Participants came from 6 European countries - Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland and Czech Republic.
Published at 2016-10-27
Have you ever heard about European Press Prize? The award for excellence in journalism is organized every year and journalist from all over the Europe are trying to win it. This year was quite unique because journalists decided to write about really combustible topics and one of them was the immigration crisis. Final ceremony was held in Prague, Czech Republic and it was very emotional.
Published at 2016-10-10
How can 42 people change themselves in 9 days to became something more than have been before? To became independent and responsible entrepreneurs? To be competent and motivated to change everything what is around them? Easily with Erasmus+ program. So stay while and listen to our story.
Published at 2016-09-25
Twenty young people gathered in Esztergom, Hungary for NO HATE SPEECH MOVEMENT training course. The aim of this meeting was to reduce violent radicalization and national extremism in the four Visegrad countries (Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic and Poland). In order to achieve this goal participants took several workshops about Human rights, how to improve management and coordination of the national and regional campaign, to advocate for the importance and of combating hate speech, to design and plan regional activities and many others. For few participants it was their first Erasmus+ project.