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“Animate the Change”
Date du début: 2 oct. 2015, Date de fin: 2 juil. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

All the partners involved in “Animate the Change” are in one way or another engaged in topics that are priorities of their NGO-s agenda and also of the civil societies in their countries. This project is approaching fight against social exclusion among young people, discrimination, lack of active participation (and other social issues) by taking in consideration the causes of these phenomenon, the way these problems are affecting the community and society in general as well as the proper methods for fighting with it.Reaching groups of young people that are excluded, isolated, discriminated, building a tolerant and healthy divers community is always a hard, challenging and difficult task. Non-formal education proved to have success in this area, but there is a need for more creative, open and divers methods Streets have a huge potential in terms of informing, making awareness, including and building a community therefore specific methods designed for street work are highly recommended in this field and specially in times when they are not so widely applied. Therefore this project was created to answer to a need that was detected in Europe in general and Balkan Region In particular. This project will offer the opportunity for youth workers and leaders to explore deeper social and global topics as well to bring these important dimensions in their work and act towards it.The aim of this proposal is to raise the capacity of youth workers to contribute to a cohesive society though alternative youth friendly methods (street methods and techniques that could reach more and more young people); More specific objectives are:• To increase the knowledge level of young people and youth workers in topics like: active participation, discrimination, corruption, global interdependencies, social and global justice, social exclusion • To create pro-active attitudes towards social exclusion and global issues;• To encourage participation and involvement of young people in social processes;• To develop sense of common responsibility for the future of their local communities from a global and social perspective; • To develop practical skills in street animation and campaigning methods (street theatre, clowning, joggling, flash mobs, animation, etc.);• To stimulate the participants to act as “change animators” in their own organization and regions; • To introduce Erasmus+, as a great provider of inclusion and learning opportunities.During the training course, youth workers will develop practical working competencies in working with the street campaigning methodology and they will be capable to transfer this learning in their communities. It is expected that after this training each partner will implement a street campaign relevant for their communities. The project was developed as mutual effort from all 10 organizations and it will gather 26 participants from Montenegro, Macedonia, France, Spain, Albania, Italy, Estonia, Romania Croatia and Serbia.