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Violencia entre la juventud europea: Situación y respuesta.
Date du début: 1 janv. 2016, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

CONTEXTMany young Europeans are getting the wrong message about how they have to behave to different faiths, races, sexual orientations and genders. The news confirm the fact that youth violence, both psychological and physical, is increasing and occurs in different situations, which must be eradicated from a democratic and tolerant Europe."Youth Violence: current situation and response" is a project, in which young people from Finland, Germany, Poland, UK and Spain wish to meet each other between 10 and 18 June 2016 at the Salesian center Urnieta, Spain, and intend to discuss this issue and seek solutions to share in their home society.OBJECTIVEThe objective of this project is to analyze the reasons why those situations of violence take place in their respective countries and the answers given. To Analyze, through team work, what type of social support groups exist in our communities, how these structures work and what kind of requirements are needed to be part of them. We use this information to develop democratic and tolerant values among young people.PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTSThe group consists of 50 boys and girls in equal amounts, and aged between 15 and 17. Some of them come from rural areas, and this is a great opportunity for them to travel and experience other cultures.ACTIVITIESThe project will be used as a launch platform where young people through non-formal learning (workshops, debates and conferences) develop various skills. (ICT, language skills, artistic skills, etc)., Because we want to encourage young people to become more involved in their community, make them feel proud of their European citizenship and help them transmit the values of a real European democracy. Also, we will meet political authorities and we will show our concern about it. Finally, we will perform an interactive public event in one of the busiest places in town to convey our concern and our message.METHODOLOGYOnce the project is approved, the project leaders will keep in touch online through Skype or email. As the dates of the meeting et closer, they will specify more issues. The leadership of the workshops will be distributed, and presentations and evenings will materialize. Similarly, through a brainstorming, we will reach a consensus document by all standards. We also, as the host country, will take care of logistics and security measures and transport.During the meeting, the education will be non-formal, with group dynamics, where they develop social and language skills on the theme of the meeting as well as multiculturalism.IMPACTWe hope this project will also have an impact on local communities in the future. The most widespread media in the area will be invited, such as El Diario Vasco, UTB (Local Television Urnieta) AIURRI (weekly and biweekly in the area), BERRITU (a local magazine) SALES BERRIAK ( Salesian school local magazine) and local radios, and thus enhance the international dimension of youth activities. Also making use of ICT, we will publish our meeting and its evolution in two websites: and (Basque Government) and the facebook of our association (https: //www.facebook .com / profile.php? id = 100009306422338 & f ref = ts) and on the Facebook page created for this event only.We hope to create a model of "learning democratic and tolerant values" in which local young people can learn together and from each other. We believe the representatives and student councils as well as youth parliaments, where they exist, to be very useful tools for participation and welfare of young people, and to be very good examples of democratic learning in our societies. We hope that once the meeting ends, the young extend what they have learned in other forums with the help of the audiovisual material that we will provide. In addition a Youthpass Certificate will be issued attesting them as participants in these meetings sponsored by Erasmus +, which surely will have changed them for the rest of their lives.We want young people to make use of good manners, and thus use technology to spread what they have learned, and we want to encourage society to do the same, use technology for good aims, and not to slander.



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