In the next period, Scout Society is preparing to implement the following projects funded by the Erasmus + program:
1. A society without racism II
The project “A society without racism II” will be implemented between 21.06.2020 – 20.08.2021
Between 10 and 15 April 2021, together with partner organizations from Cyprus, Slovenia, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Spain, Greece, Estonia and Bulgaria, a mobility for youth workers will be implemented in Targu Jiu, where 29 people will be involved from the 9 countries.
The aim of the project is to increase the degree of acceptance and integration in the community of migrants / refugees by building multicultural communities using sustainable methods that will be developed by youth workers during the 7 months of project implementation.
The project aims to promote the benefits of a multicultural society and European fundamental / universal rights, to increase the degree of acceptance and integration into society of migrants / refugees through activities undertaken by youth workers in each local community as a result of the studies studied during training Cours; but also to encourage the development of strong partnerships between youth workers in view of the implementation of high-quality Erasmus + projects.
As a result of the implementation of the project, we expect the change of attitudes and the acquisition of new positive perceptions towards solving discriminatory situations; to acquire tolerant behavior and promote it in the community in the activities that will be organized; to increase the level of understanding of the problematic ideas related to the purpose of the project: migration, refugees, racism, discrimination, human rights, etc.
2. Speak your mind!
The project “Speak your mind!” is a youth exchange that will be implemented between 03 – 10.09.2021, in Arcani. The project will involve 60 participants from 5 countries, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, Greece and Romania.
“Speak your mind” is a youth exchange designed to give young people the chance to learn how to make their voices heard in any situation, through a creative, interactive and open approach, leading to the discovery of their potential to be good speakers and the development of a desire to surpass oneself.
The project focuses on developing communication skills among young Europeans, bringing them into a multicultural environment and involving them in activities that would enhance self-development.
The project aims to develop participants’ communication skills, awareness of the benefits of communication and how they can capitalize on this skill both personally and professionally; promoting values: diversity, social inclusion and multiculturalism using non-formal methods; increasing participants’ self-esteem by encouraging them to express themselves, etc.
3. Sport Sense
Between 01.01 – 31.12.21 Scout Society implements the “Sport Sense” project, co-financed by the European Union through the Erasmus + Sport program.
Sport Sense will involve 5 organizations from different backgrounds, such as Budapest Association for International Sports from Hungary, Mountain Sport Club Azot from North Macedonia, WSBINOZ from Poland, Scout Society Association from Romania and a partner from Portugal.
The aim of the project is to create a connection through sport between society and visually impaired communities.
More information can be found on the project website http://sportsense.scoutsociety.ro/.
4. Restart Sport Engine in EU
Between 01.01-31.12.21 Scout Society implements the project “Restart Sport Engine in EU”, co-financed by the European Union through the Erasmus + Sport program.
Restart Sport Engine in EU will involve 5 organizations from different backgrounds, such as BIEDRUBA “LSIIDIREKTORU PADOME” from Latvia, FONDATIONALICE MILIAT from France, AJUNTRAMENTBENIGANIM from Spain, KOINONIKIANAPTYKSINEON / K. A. N. E. from Greece and the Scout Society Association from Romania.
The objectives of the project are:
-developing the skills of 800 people who use sports in activities organized in 5 communities in the European Union within 12 months;
-increasing the abilities of 25 people (coaches, trainers, staff of NGOs and sports volunteers) to develop innovative ways of using sport to contribute to the long-term evolution of local communities;
-restart sports activities in Europe after Covid19 and mobilize citizens to do sports in a pandemic context;
-elaboration of a film about the development of skills using SPORT.
More information can be found on the project website http://restart.scoutsociety.ro/
5. Coaching for youth 2.0
The project “Coaching for youth 2.0” will be implemented between 01.10.2020-30.12.2021
The aim of the project is to reduce the number of young people in the NEETs category in 9 EU countries OBJECTIVES:
1. Increasing the capacity of 27 youth workers to provide coaching services to young people with reduced opportunities (e.g. NEETs) during the project
2. Increasing employment opportunities for min. 270 young people from 9 European countries during 9 months
3. Development of a new coaching program by 9 org. from the EU over 9 months
The target group of the project are the young people likely to join the NEETs, the young people from the NEETs group but also the inactive young people in the local community.
The direct benefit of the project is the provision of counseling services to young people aged 16 to 24 on a number of topics important for their age (eg continuing studies, choosing a job / profession, local or international volunteering) within of 9 European communities: Maracena, Ljubljana, Targu-Jiu, Torino, Kırklareli, Thesaloniki, Szeged, Ostrava, Funchal. In the long run, the organizations involved in the project will promote the use of counseling services in activities with young people for their integration in local communities and in the European community.