Noortevahetus Berlinis 4-10 Juuli. Teema on noored ja linn, millised otsused saavad noored teha oma linna parema muutmiseks.
The meeting is a part of the project “City. Place for Youth. Space for Dialogue”, wich offers
opportunities for young people from Estonia, Germany, and Romania:
to meet together;
to learn about the life of their peers in different
corners of Europe;
to discuss about participation, inclusion, dialogue, and
to share and develop their ideas and initiatives for
their local communities;
to bring their opinions to decision-makers.
We invite to participate young people 16-24 years old (with possible exceptions) who:
– are either involved in any groups, organizations or initiatives on local levels,
– or have the desire to be involved in any initiatives for changing their communities,
– and – especially – who need to improve their competences for civic participation.
The aim of the meeting in Berlin is to empower young people with different ways to realize and articulate their needs and interests and to learn about interesting practices of civic participation.
The program will be implemented using methods of non-formal education that promote
interaction and reflection.
The participants will be invited to take part in discussions, simulation games,
meetings and visits, opinion sharing and other interactive methods.
Working individually, in small groups and in plenary (all together) will be alternated.
The topic will be explored not only on social but also on a personal level.
It’s important that the participants are ready to reflect on their experience, think critically about their own attitudes towards values and activity and share their thoughts and feelings with the group.
The meeting includes exploring interesting public spaces and local initiatives, meetings with activists and decision-makers (representatives of public authorities/ politicians).
We encourage you to share your personal opinions as well as to gain new perspectives on
social issues and yourself!
The working language is English.
Participants should be able to understand, share their opinion, follow and actively take part in discussions in English.
Travel costs and fees
The project is supported by the “Erasmus +” Programme of the European Union, that means most of
the costs for accommodation, meals, and program are covered by a received grant as well as travel
costs are supported.