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Date du début: 16 mai 2016, Date de fin: 15 nov. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

#dance4dialogue is a Youth Exchange that will bring together 49 participants aged 18-25, coming from 7 European countries (Estonia, Spain, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Romania, Cyprus). The activities, which will last for 8 days, will take place on 22nd -28th of August 2016, in a urban area near the city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, using the non-formal methodology and its holistic approach.The main purpose of the project is the definition of a shared creative space to fight racism, discrimination, xenophobia, in favor of the values of solidarity and brotherhood which are the fundaments of European Union, through the use of the universal language of dance, art and creativity.The main objectives are:• to foster dialogue among cultures and respect for diversity• to underline the role of dance and arts as tools for communication without distinction of nationality, race, sex, wealth, age and religion• to identify common elements shared among young people to build a common sense of belonging to Europe• to promote awareness of European cultures through dance, music and the arts• to share knowledge and learning in an international context• to promote an active role of young people in society through initiatives that, through a multiplier effect, leads to the realization of other initiatives in the countries of origin of the participants.The activities of the youth exchange will be aimed at creating a dance show, to be held on the last day of the project, in which elements of the traditional dances of the countries of origin of the participants will be combined in order to form a message of brotherhood and solidarity. This will contribute to express in the same time a glimpse of their culture, but understanding in the same way how these cultures can mingle and enrich each other, fostering the idea of diversity which is at the base of the European Union itself, developing at the same time a strong sense of belonging as citizens of Europe without barriers.



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