International youth exchange
ERASMUS + ACCREDITATION, 2023-1-EE01-KA151-YOU-000132435


15-21 April | France
The main aim of the project:

To inspire and empower 30 young individuals aged 16-20 from Estonia, Italy, France through a transformative one-week Youth Exchange in the south of France. We want to foster a profound understanding and commitment towards sustainability, with a special focus on cultivating active hope and resilience, thereby promoting intercultural dialogue and collaboration

Educational Enhancement:
To increase participants' knowledge of sustainability issues and solutions by engaging them in interactive workshops and discussions.
Development of Active Hope and Resilience:
To conduct sessions on active hope and resilience, enabling participants to develop strategies for personal and community resilience in the face of environmental challenges.
Cultural Exchange and Understanding:
To facilitate a rich cultural exchange among participants from the three countries, enhancing mutual understanding and respect, and fostering a sense of European unity and global citizenship.
Skill Development:
To enhance participants' communication, teamwork, and leadership skills through group projects and collaborative activities focused on sustainability, preparing them to be change agents in their communities.
Networking and Collaboration:
To create a sustainable network of young leaders passionate about environmental issues, encouraging ongoing collaboration and support among participants beyond the duration of the exchange.
Dates: 16-20 April 2024
Arrival : 15 April 2024
Departure: 21 April 2024

Organiser: MTÜ VitaTiim, Estonia -, NGO Ride in 971, NGO Eduavtite

Number of participants: Estonia - 8 participants + 2 leaders
Age of participants: 16-20 y.o

Sustainability is the ability to exist and develop without depleting natural resources for the future. The United Nations defined sustainable development in the Brundtland Report as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Resilience is the process and outcome of successfully adapting to difficult or challenging life experiences, especially through mental, emotional, and behavioral flexibility and adjustment to external and internal demands.

Active Hope as 'something we do rather than have' - a unique set of tools that can enable us to cope with the climate crisis and find an active role, no matter how big or small.

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Fill the form by 24.03.2024
Project supported
Julia Dem
project manager
Phone: + 375 559 217 87