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Rural intercultural
Date du début: 1 août 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Children and youth in rural areas have very little contact with both intercultural and non-formal education, since both these fields are underdeveloped in rural areas, and foreign presence is almost non-existent. This underdevelopment brings also a lack of general interest from these fields, leaving these future adults without contact with 2 major factors present in modern Romania. We also noticed that the the “Scoala altfel” activities lack infusion of new methods, community work and means of realisation. Despite being supplied with IT technology through the Biblionet project, the rural libraries in dolj county have issues regarding heating in the cold season and are also challenged in developing local activities with the community, because of poor cultural participation in rural communities. We planned to address these needs through attractive activities based on non-formal methods realised with EVS volunteers support. This EVS project has as partners organisations from: CO, RO: Romania, SO: Turkey, Italy, Macedonia. Aim: developing the 8 key European competences of 7 young people, raising their employability, by volunteering in a project benefitting 4 rural and one urban communities promoting non-formal education, digital literacy, participation in democracy in Europe and the market of work, active citizenship, intercultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity. The objectives we pursue the development of this project are: O1: developing the 8 European key competences, increasing employability and nurturing personal development of 7 young people during 7 months (activity A1) and 2 months (Activity A2) of mobility in Dolj County, Romania while volunteering in the field of non-formal education, digital literacy, outdoor education for a target group of 100 children from disadvantaged areas O2: promoting European values, recommended targets and activities such as youth participation, volunteering, recognition of non-formal learning acquired competencies, intercultural learning, creativity, social entrepreneurship, quality youth work, youth organisation cooperation and European dimension for a target group of min. 500 young people during 4 activities in the University of Craiova, 2 lyceums and their home communities, including the national EVS Galas; O3: developing creativity, intercultural awareness, digital competencies of min. 100 children between 8-12 years old from the villages of Teasc, Rojiste, Breasta, Ostroveni and the Brestii disadvantaged neighborhood of Craiova with weekly activities using non-formal methods for 9 months The main target group consists of 7 youth between 18-30 years old Not in Education, Employment, or Training (NEET), interested in the education field and especially in non-formal education from Turkey, Italy and Macedonia. Other target groups involved are staff from every partner organization (youth trainers/workers/leaders, project managers, communication specialists, HR specialists), 4 rural schools and public libraries from the rural areas in Dolj county, m Indirect T.G. for dissemination activities: Local community, 500 youngsters (from University of Craiova, lyceums), 150 schools, min 50 youth NGOs representatives, The project consists of 2 mobility activities, 7 months European Voluntary service for 4 volunteers and 2 months voluntary service for 3 volunteers. The voluntaries will work with the children from partner schools and libraries in the rural/disadvantaged areas using non-formal education methods to promote intercultural education and digital literacy. The volunteers will develop their personal and professional competencies during this project, following the 8 european key competencies. Working methods: the volunteers receive intercultural, linguistic and task related training, both in the Sending Organisation and in the Receiving Organization. The task related training refers non-formal education teaching methods that they will use with the children. Working methods used by the volunteers in projects: non formal learning activities such as social innovation lab, games, roundtable discussions, outdoor activities, role plays, simulations, group work, or other creative methods that the volunteers prefer and adapt well to the target group. Sustainability is ensured through development of human resources, future cooperation between the partners and the interested stakeholders, who are being informed and involved constantly. The impact at local, regional, national and international level will be an increase in the youth institutions’ European dimension in education, cooperation between various relevant stakeholders from formal and non-formal educational areas, personal and professional development of the involved youth through the acquisition of transversal skills, development of their competences, promotion of EVS opportunities between young people inall involved countries.The project supports the objective of the Erasmus + program on development of transversal c



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