PIC 947182788
OID NUMBER E10157518
Full legal name (National Language) Asociatia Scout Society
Acronym Scout Society
National ID (if applicable) 4558/318
Country Romania
Type of Organization NGO
Is the partner organization a public body? No
Is the partner organization a non-profit? Yes
Title Mr.
Gender M
First Name Ciprian
Family Name Sfirlogea
Department Board
Position President
Email ciprian.sfirlogea@scoutsociety.ro
Telephone +40752978562

Contact person

Title Ms.
Gender F
First Name Corina
Family Name Lebedinscaia
Department Board
Position Project manager
Email contact@scoutsociety.ro
Telephone +40767331874

Background and experience

Scout Society Association is a non-governmental organization from Targu-Jiu, Romania. The organization was founded in 2011 with the primary goal of educating members of the local community through non-formal education to become active citizens in their local communities. The vision of our organization is to create a favourable climate for the development of as many people as possible at the level of our local community, our country and across Europe.

Target group: The activities organized by the association are mainly aimed at young people. Thus, the organization is constantly working with young people using non-formal methods that promote and cultivate among them the European principles and values of multiculturalism, democracy and knowledge of human rights. At the same time, through our projects, we are working to address the needs and issues that young people confront with in the nowadays society.
Our projects and activities contribute to the professional and personal formation of young people. The young people involved in our activities are equipped with knowledge that help them obtain better results in education, qualify for international scholarships and integrate in the field of work.

Structure: Scout Society has around 10 board members. Our members have extensive work experience as youth workers, project coordinators, facilitators, project writers, photographers, marketers and video editors with outstanding digital, lobbying and advocacy skills. The organization consists of several departments, each being coordinated by a manager. Among the main departments are: International projects in the context of Erasmus +; National and local projects; Projects with European funding; Media, Communication and Promotion, Administration and Logistics; Coordination of volunteers. Over 30 volunteers and 80 members who occasionally work on certain projects activate across our Departments as well.

Network: In addition to the value that our members bring to the organization, the partnerships we have developed locally and nationally contribute and bring real added value to all our projects, some of them being: Romanian Ministry of Youth and Sports (DJTS). Gorj), the Ministry of Labor (DGASPC Gorj), town halls (ie, Târgu-Jiu), schools and universities (ie, Constantin Brâncuși University), NGOs (ie, Romanian Scouts), sports clubs (ie, Pandurii football club) and others (i.e., the Regional Tourist Center).
At the same time, our members have extensive experience in working with NGOs – on average, 10 years of experience with NGOs – either local (eg C. Brâncuși University Student League), national (eg National Organization of Romanian Researchers;) or (eg AIESEC, UNICEF). Our partners have experience in organizing and implementing different types of projects, which vary depending on the complexity, approach, target group and results. Also, as a result of its implemented project and partnerships, Scout Society has achieved a series of results that are distributed both in the local community and in other European communities where there are partner organizations of the association are. To mention a few: we implemented solidarity projects, youth exchanges, mobility of youth workers, small-scale partnerships in youth and cooperation partnerships in youth.

Future Perspective: Last but not least, we are in the process of building our own Social Centre where we will be able to host and implement projects.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Small scale partnership in youth:

With the “Rural Business Innovation Hub” Project, we aim to build and foster entrepreneurship competences among young people from rural areas, starting from an entrepreneurial attitude, and apply it to solutions to today's society challenges.

Goals of the project:
• Increasing the level of entrepreneurial competencies among youth (18-30 years) in 6 rural areas
• Encouraging the development of 6 rural communities and the creation of opportunities for better living
• Creating awareness about the importance of entrepreneurial literacy among youth aged 18-30
• Document/prove the utility of a Business Innovation HUB in expanding opportunities for youth aged 18-30 from rural areas
• Moreover, we intend to spark the creativity of young people from rural areas and encourage them.

The World Is My Workplace

Objectives:
• Equip young people (especially those with fewer opportunities) with competencies required for working remotely and start an online career;
• Promote inclusiveness in remote work and create conditions for more young people with fewer opportunities to enter the online workforce;
• Update and improve competencies of non-profit associations and youth workers in helping young people become more employable in the current job market;

Youth Exchanges:

Life path - The goal of the project is to increase the employability of young people with ages between 17-21 and the main objectives are: encouraging entrepreneurial behavior among 48 young people from the 4 partner countries; developing the skills of writing the necessary documents for employment (CV/letter of intent); improving the presentation skills of young people for an interview and the development of entrepreneurial skills among the young participants in the project.

The young people were encouraged to practice volunteering and at the end of the project they obtained basic knowledge in the business domain. Thus, it became easier for them to choose a work area. As a result of the project, the participants shaped a clear vision of the trends in the labor market; they started to communicate better in English and exceeded their comfort zone. Because of the development of a diverse range of skills within the project related activities, the insertion on the labor market of young participants from the project will be achieved with greater ease.

Employment Lab - The major issue that has been addressed by the project was reducing youth employment across Europe. In this way the participants have become aware of the negative effects of unemployment and have developed an active attitude towards involvement in society and in the workplace

The project aims at familiarizing young people with the working environment in order to be motivated to seek, obtain and maintain a job. Young people were informed of the development and employment opportunities they had after graduating from high school and were encouraged to share the information gained during their mobility with friends and local community members. Young people have also been presented with the rights and duties they have in the workplace.

During the exchange non-formal education methods were used. Among the main activities that took place during mobility, some that can be mentioned are: workshops on CV creation, behavior and language during a job interview, teamwork and individual work, visits to local businesses and discussions with the employees, presentations by each partner of the negative effects that unemployment has on the community and the country of origin.

Employment tools - The project had three main activities: organizing a workshop, simulating interviews and organizing an entrepreneurship course.

Thus, following the participation in this project, young people acquired the abilities to write the documents required for employment, but also the skills to present at an interview for employment. Participants became more confident and courageous when they started looking for their own job. Also, during the activities, the young people obtained information about the possibility to create their own business.

Our job is on fire - The ultimate goal of the project was to make a social media video to raise awareness of the situation regarding youth policy on the situation of youth unemployment.

Through various workshops, activities and interventions of experts, the participants became more aware of the problems related to youth unemployment. They became an active part of their future and a not just passive spectator to what was happening.

We also worked in developing new tools and non-formal education methods: for example, “Speaker’s Corner” a KA2 project, where we developed a new educational exercise to be used by NGO workers in order to develop life skills, public speaking skills and listening skills.

The main objectives of the project were: to promote the values of respect and tolerance, no matter of what our own personal opinions judge; boost empathy among people through role play; contrast hate speech and promote active listening;
discuss serious topics relevant in young people’s lives.

Brand yourself - “Brand yourself for future” project aims to increase the employability rate among young people up to 24 years old.

To achieve this goal, the project was based on the following objectives:
• supporting 45 young people (18-24 years old) from 5 different countries to build a personal brand;
• increasing the employability rate for young people through the information and experiences that will be provided;
• informing 45 young people about the importance and effect that personal brand has on their professional career.

The organized activities were designed in such a way as to contribute to the achievement of the objectives originally planned. The learning workshops conducted tried to reduce the negative perceptions about work in general – in order to develop a society that creates and cooperates for economic well-being. Some the most important workshops were: social networks around us, the future personal brand in social media, conquering the online environment, online security, personal promotion, content creation, creating a CV and how to present at an interview, etc.

Thanks to the implementation of this project, the young participants developed a clearer vision on the concepts of personal brand, social media and employability. The young people acquired knowledge about personal promotion, the functioning of the labor market, teamwork and others.

Coaching for youth - the project aims to prevent the classification of young people in the category of NEETs (a category of young people who are not professionally employed and do not follow any educational or training program) by involving young people from the five local communities.

Coaching for youth 1.0 is based on the following objectives:
• Awareness of 40 young people (16-24 years) of the benefits of coaching for a period of 1 year;
• Facilitating the continuation of studies / identification of a job for 40 young people from 5 local communities during one year;
• Offering coaching / mentoring programs for young people by 5 organizations from the European Union for one year. During the project, the participants have tested coaching / mentoring techniques that could help them develop in the future. Moreover, young people have acquired attitudes, skills and knowledge that will influence the way they approach their own future.

During the project, the participants have tested coaching / mentoring techniques that could help them develop in the future. Moreover, young people have acquired attitudes, skills and knowledge that will influence the way they approach their own future.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Scout Society has a dedicated person responsible for the projects addressing issues like: refugees, migrants and migration, racism, xenophobia and other similar topics. With an experience in non-formal setting of more than 15 years and 5 years’ experience working for United Nations Organization (i.e. UNHCR, UNICEF). Being involved directly in the refugee crisis from Syria, this person can supervise and provide advice on related projects.

Our organization has a small task force of 6 people (members, advisers, volunteers) who have been actively involved in organizing activities and projects involving the above-mentioned topics and more. Implementing projects on refugees/migrants and anti-discrimination issues has become a priority for Scout Society in the last 5 years. This was due to the increase in the number of migrants/refugees, but also in the number of people migrating from one country to another for a better life (ex. People from conflict areas in Middle East, people from poorer regions of Africa, people from underdeveloped regions of South East Asia) - Romania is mainly a transit hub from migrants & refugees from Asia and Middle East to Western Europe.

The projects that were implemented on this issue contributed to the increase of the organization's capacity to extend the organized activities over a longer period of time.

Say no to racism - Through this project, participants explored the phenomena of racism and xenophobia, have acquired skills to recognize racist situations, stereotypes and prejudice. Young people have acquired the skills, knowledge and confidence to challenge such phenomena within their own communities.

The project activities promoted respect, understanding and appreciation of diversity and allowed participants to embrace the necessary value to embrace a culture of human rights, such as non-discrimination, human dignity, equality and respect.

Racism does not belong to XXI - the aim of the project is to promote multiculturalism among European youth, as a sustainable method for the development of society.

The main objectives of the project are:
• encouraging multiculturalism among 40 young people from the two countries (Romania and Czech Republic);
• building and edifying knowledge, understanding of racism and combating racism in the European society;
• promoting universal and European rights.

This project arose due to the current crisis situation, in which racism and xenophobia are phenomena generally encountered, due to the massive number of emigrants, asylum-seekers and refugees who desire to reach safe European countries and countries with a good standard of living. Recent events, including the Syrian refugee crisis, showed that racism and discrimination are widespread problems in the EU.

No name - was a project organized from two activities, one in Croatia and another in Romania. The activities were oriented towards the current situation of refugees and minorities. The purpose itself of the project was to raise awareness among young people about this critical situation of the refugees and minorities. The activities focused especially on raising the awareness of young people about accepting the opinions of other people through the event ‘A Tolerant Attitude’. Through various interactive activities, young people became familiar with specific notions the problem in the project, such as xenophobia, migration, racism, discrimination and human rights. It was also organized for young people to observe what it really meant to be a refugee, irrespective of stereotypes and to regardless of the rights and opinions of the participants.

A society without racism - the aim of the project was to increase the level of acceptance and integration in the society of migrants / refugees through multicultural harmonization based on sustainable methods of building a society without racism and in which the rights of all people are respected.

The main objectives were:
• to identify the benefits of a multicultural society in the 7 partner countries: Lithuania, Hungary, Croatia, Greece, Italy, France, Romania;
• informing and promoting the fundamental and universal European rights of 56 young people in the communities that they belong to;
• combating the radicalization of young people by young people.

The activities within the youth exchange were interactive, being designed in such a way as to promote tolerance, respect, appreciation and development of a cultural society where each person knows his rights. The participants understood the concept of racism and applied the acquired information, subsequently building a multicultural community in their local communities.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Active citizenship has become a strategic direction for our organization in the last 2 years and we have included this topic under one of our core pillars of strategic action – durable development of the society in order to ensure a general and meaningful growth for all members of the community, especially the most disadvantaged and vulnerable (i.e., people with fewer opportunities, people with disabilities).

An important aspect of the Scout Society's goals is to keep young people active and involved in community issues. While the aforementioned aspect constitutes our primary long-term goal, we also focus our attention on including seniors in the community issues (i.e., we have for activities that bridge the generation gap between young people and seniors).

Democracy and multiculturalism are promoted and integrated in all activities unfolded by our organization and strategically packed in order to build long term momentum for all members of the community and adopt this view for themselves and become active promoters.

Also, being part of these activities, the members of the local community understand what European citizenship entails, the values of democracy and they become advocates for change in their communities. Multiculturalism is another aspect addressed in all activities, being an important value in reducing discrimination around us in all local communities in EU. In the above-mentioned fields we organized a series of projects, such as:

Young people are non-formal citizens - The main goal of the project was to encourage multiculturalism in a Europe where the vision of many is different, but where everyone is equal.

The main objectives were:
• Promoting active citizenship, volunteering among young people in Târgu-Jiu;
• Encourage the active participation of young people in three European countries in the elections for the European Parliament;
• Encouraging multiculturalism among the 24 young people from the three countries participating in the Exchange (Romania, Spain and Turkey).

The project also included a street festival in which various activities, created by the young participants, were organized and where young people from the local community joined.

Warm Hearts - The aim of the project was to teach young people about love, empathy, tolerance, the benefits of volunteering and the importance of friendship.

Through this project, the participants became promoters of an active, civil life. Participants also acquired transferable skills, such as: didactic, tactical and dialogue; creative and technical skills for creating the logo project, presentation / promotion / dissemination videos, leaflets, photo albums, power point presentations.

This youth exchange encouraged young people to play a proactive role in the community, become active members of social life and become promoters of ideas / active trends in society and encourage positive change and increased desire to become involved - to support initiatives that would lead the community to development.

Multicultural village - The aim of the project was to promote the knowledge of various cultures among young people in rural areas as an effect of migration - through equal methods of sustainable development of society.

And the main objectives were:
• encouraging the knowledge of several cultures - of the countries participating in the project;
• knowledge and promotion of fundamental / universal and European rights;
• identification, awareness / prevention and combating the phenomenon of racism in society;
• stimulating the development of Erasmus projects by project participants.

Young people act - the mobility was developed in the context of the European Parliament election that took place in the European Union in 2019.

The problems addressed in the projects were: the lack of civic participation/involvement by young people in the political life of the community, the low rate of young people who voted in the European election in 2014, gaps in the electoral knowledge of young people who vote for the first time, confusion about the awareness of Europe’s democratic values, mistaken perception of European institutions, lack of confidence in building a better future on the principles of democracy.

The purpose of this project was to promote democracy and active participation and involvement of young people in the civic activities organized in their local and European communities. The main objectives were: 60 young people from the 4 partner countries to become acquainted with the democratic values of Europe; young people taking part in the youth exchange to develop participatory skills and civic involvement in the activities of the local and European communities; to develop participative behavior of young people from the project in the context of European elections in 2019; to improve access to electoral information for the 60 young people from the 4 European countries.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Environmental protection is an essential pillar in the areas of interest of Scout Society Association and we encourage our beneficiaries to take action, actively participate in all the initiatives that have the goal to save the Planet.

Thus, our organization, through the projects / activities carried out, places great emphasis on environmental protection. Some of the ecological activities to mention are: workshops to raise awareness of the need to protect the environment, greening activities, information campaigns at the local level about the existence of environmental problems. At the international level we developed several projects that had a positive impact among the participants and the local communities that were involved.

The most recent projects in the field of environment are:

Recycle for your life - was one of the projects that aimed to increase the involvement of young people in the recycling process, by informing them about the importance of this process and the various ways they can recycle. During the youth exchange, we developed various recycling activities, ranging from presenting the importance of recycling to practical activities (recycling old clothes the participants did no longer need and cleaning up an area in nature).

Youth4traditions, Youth4Europe - Within the project, for one day, the participants organized a recycling activity in the local community, giving an example of good practices for the young people there.

Nature sport - the objectives of the project were related to sports and environment: practicing sports every day to lead a healthy life, finding a sport to each participant liking; nutrition - the diet we follow have major effects on both physical and mental development; inspiring participants to eat healthier; promoting environmental protection by reducing food waste.

Clean eye - the aim of the project was to educate young people in order to protect the planet and the environment. Our aim was achieved through non-formal education methods, but also through relying on the receptivity and desire of young participants to get involved in protecting the environment. The main objectives of the project were: to illustrate the need for greening, environmental and nature conservation; raise the awareness of young people in 7 local communities about the greening of the environment; helping the island community to recycle waste. These objectives were emphasized in the intense media coverage of the short film and the song, made by the participants during the project.

Also, we applied with a strategic partnership in which we approached the environmental problem: the aim of the project is to increase the level of environmental knowledge and awareness of the need to protect the environment through alternative methods according to the environmental realities in the local communities.

Project objectives:
• promoting the reduction of environmental pollution and understanding the importance of a healthy living environment among the members of the communities for a minimum duration of 2 years.
• developing a conscientious spirit regarding the selection of sustainable foods;
• encouraging the adoption of a responsible attitude regarding the reduction of energy consumption and waste among the 7 local communities;
• raise awareness of the need for social participation in order to reduce climate change among European citizens.

Another, small-scale partnerships in youth is Reduce, reuse, recycle for your future! The aim of the project: promoting RRR in the fashion industry.

Objectives:
• stimulus young people to recycle textile by taking over good practices from the communities of the partner organizations;
• improving the knowledge of youth workers in order to encourage young people from local communities to recycle the clothes they no longer wear;
• increasing the social inclusion of young people with reduced opportunities through ecological activities within the project;
• boost young people from the 3 local partner communities to reduce textile waste.

More than that, we are paying attention to all our activities within the organization that can affect the environment and we are trying to use as much as possible recycled materials to reduce the quantity of printed documents, to repurpose different objects.

In the near future we want to expand our expertise in environmental protection by developing new tools that can be used in both formal and non-formal education. One of these tools will be a board game that will help us to increase the level of environmental knowledge and awareness of the need to protect the environment through alternative methods.

The second tool will be an online platform that will facilitate the connection between all the entities that are working in the food industry and the NGOs that are working with people in need. This way, we want to reduce the food waste, to help those who are in need and raise awareness about important problems that affect our society.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Sport represents a core pillar in the educational system that we provide to people from our community. Our system includes participation in competitions, outdoor sports and outdoor education. In our sporting events, we include all types of members from the local community: young people, adults, seniors, people with fewer opportunities and people with disabilities – as sport is for ALL.  For example, in the last 5 years, we have participated in and organized multiple projects that promote sport as a way of life and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Only in the last 2 years, we were the coordinator of 3 Erasmus+ Sport projects, member of 4 Erasmus+ Sport projects, and we contributed to and developed with our partners more than 20 proposals for Sport. Some examples of sport project that we have organized so far, or we will organize are:

In 2021 we started coordinating 2 projects on Erasmus+ Sport:

Sport sense - Through the SportSense project, we want to improve the collaboration of people in the community by creating sports events for visually impaired people who suffer from blindness. This project is thus able to build a bridge between individuals who lost their eye vision, often marginalized, and the rest of the community.

The vision of the project is to build the bridge and provide these individuals with the chance to better integrate into community by employing SPORT as our main tool. The aim of the SportSense project is to build a connection between society and the communities of people with visual disabilities through sport.

One the intellectual outputs of the project would be to create a Guidebook containing sports activities for the visually impaired that can be multiplied by any other organization or initiative group. The innovation of the SportSense project comes with the desire to provide the best we can to our target group. The actions that bring innovation to the project are divided into two. More info on our official page: http://sportsense.scoutsociety.ro/

Restart sport engine in EU – The scope of the project “Restart SPORT Engine in EU” is to form individuals in Europe to become active citizens by promoting education through sport. The objectives of the project are: to develop skills of 800 people using sporting activities in 5 communities from the European Union over a period of 12 months; increase the skills of 25 people (coaches, trainers, NGOs staff, and sports volunteers) to develop innovative ways of using sports in order to develop their local communities in the long run; Restart the sport movement in Europe after Covid19, level and increase the practice of sports as it was before the pandemic; Develop a movie about skills development using SPORT.

Through our project “Restart Sport Engine in EU” we want to prove that it is still safe to do sports if you change your mindset, if you do certain sports and you do some small and innovative adaptations. We want to boost the sporting activities at least in the 5 communities participating in the project, to be an example for other communities and for other sporting organizations and sports clubs. More info on our official page: http://restart.scoutsociety.ro/

In 2019 we implemented a Small Collaborative Project on Sports with 4 other partners – “Sport4all”. We made 2 conferences, 1 training course, 5 competitions with traditional or specific sports (in each country Romania, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia). This project was designed to promote Sport for everybody.

The project aimed at encouraging social inclusion in the local communities in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and Slovenia, for 12 months, by organizing sport activities.

The objectives were:
• Encouraging equality in sports between people who come from different backgrounds, gender equality and equal opportunities for all, for 12 months, in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and Slovenia, for 1000 people.
• Encouraging active communication between people who come from different background, which contributes to the prevention of social exclusion and radicalization, for 12 months, in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and Slovenia, for 1000 people.
• Promoting European traditional sports in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and Slovenia. More info on our official page: http://sport4all.scoutsociety.ro/

Partner projects:

CYCLE! 2 Wheels Enough for Our Planet'' aims to promote the use of bicycles in the activities we do every day. The aim of the project is to develop a positive attitude towards the environment and climate change, as well as the development of healthy living alternatives.

The main objectives of the project:
• encouraging the use of bicycles in the project partner countries;
• developing the habits of members of local communities to exercise for a healthy life;
• combating environmental pollution and climate change;
• promoting the improvement of air quality, especially in city centers;
• encouraging cycling to school and work; -reduction of personal carbon footprint;
• promoting organized and unorganized cycling activities.

The coordinator of the project is Karasu District Governorship in Turkey, and the other partners are: Innovative Education Center in Austria, Hellas for Us in Greece and Kargenc Kulubu in Turkey.

"HOSPITALITY - Holistic Sport Disciplines for People With Intellectual Disability" - aims to offer people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in physical activities focused on light gymnastics and relaxation, supported by moments of guided meditation.

Each partner organization will organize relaxing gymnastics activities in the local community, will study its benefits and will write a manual of good practices. Thus, people with intellectual disabilities and personality disorders will be encouraged to participate in unified physical activities - a method that can help both physical and psychological well-being.

The textbook that will be developed will describe in detail the current situation among the target groups in terms of sports and physical activity; issues related to the promotion of sport and physical activity that are perceived as obstacles or incentives for the practice of sport among target groups will be investigated and specific actions will be proposed to improve the deficiencies that have been identified.

The coordinator of the project is Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica MEET LAB from Italy, and other partners involved are: UISP TERRITORIALE CIRIE-SETTIMO-CHIVASSO from Italy, RIJEKA Sports Association for persons with disabilities from Croatia and Courage Foundation from Bulgaria.

Outdoor Sports in Nature for Skills Development” aims to encourage the practice of sports activities, especially those carried out in nature, thus using sport as a beneficial educational tool in the development of skills.

The objectives of the project are:
• creating a sustainable network of organizations specializing in the use of outdoor sports in nature;
• creating, developing and distributing a collection of good practices related to outdoor sports;
• promoting the exchange of ideas and good practices in different partner countries related to the benefits of outdoor sports in nature;
• encouraging the practice of outdoor sports, in nature as an educational tool for the development of participants' skills at local, national and international level;
• creating a textbook with the benefits and skills that can be obtained as a result of practicing outdoor sports, in nature, in five main categories: physical health, mental health and well-being, education and lifelong learning, active citizenship and antisocial behavior .

The project is coordinated by USIT in Spain. Other partner organizations are L’ORMA International in Italy, Innovative Education Center in Austria and Hodina H in the Czech Republic.

"TRIM - Tekmovanje Rekreacija Inovativnost Množičnost" aims to promote social inclusion in local communities in Slovenia, Romania, Norway, Portugal and Italy for 12 months by organizing sports, socializing and competitions.

The objectives of the project are:
• promoting equality in sports activities: gender equality and equal opportunities for all, for 1100 people from different backgrounds in Slovenia, Romania, Portugal, Norway and Italy for a period of 12 months;
• promoting active communication between people from different social backgrounds, in order to prevent social exclusion and understanding of people from different generations in the partner countries;
• promoting sports activities especially for young people in rural areas and families at risk, providing the opportunity to participate in free activities to young people with fewer opportunities.

The coordinator of the project is The Center for School and Extracurricular Activities (CŠOD) in Slovenia, and the other partner organizations are: Overhalla Commune Midtre Namdal Kirkelig Fellesråd in Norway, PROPÓSITO INADIÁVEL-Associação para Costumes Futuros in Portugal and Assoziazione culturale STRAUSS in Italy.

"RISE - Rome Inclusion through Sport in Europe" - addresses the needs of disadvantaged young people in the EU and organizations dealing with this target group, to combat discrimination, social exclusion and marginalization of young Roma through the exchange of good practices, consolidation activities of skills and development of education based on sports activities.

The main objective of the project is to promote social inclusion, equal opportunities and awareness of the disadvantaged situation of the Roma minority through sports-based educational activities.

General objectives of the project:
• promoting social inclusion, equal opportunities and sport-based education for disadvantaged young people (especially Roma) and raising awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity through innovative cross-sectoral cooperation;
• encourage the development of the capacity of sports clubs, youth organizations, educational institutions to develop and provide sports-based educational activities, targeting disadvantaged populations, especially young Roma;
• collecting, classifying and promoting European good practice in the field of social inclusion through sport and developing a sport-based educational methodology, which will be introduced in a textbook accessible to the general public; -improving the skills of trainers, coaches, youth workers and NGO staff with the knowledge needed to carry out sport-based educational interventions for disadvantaged target groups, such as young Roma.

The coordinator of the project is the Budapest Association for International Sports (BAIS) in Hungary. Other partner organizations are: A.D.E.L - Association for Development, Education and Labor in Slovakia, TAKT Association - Together Advancing Common Trust in Northern Macedonia and Champions Factory in Bulgaria.

Sports-themed youth exchanges:

Snow in my life - the project aimed at providing the participants with the opportunity to meet and socialize with each other through winter activities. Thanks to this exchange, young people had the opportunity to make a comparison between winter sports in different countries and analyse how much knowledge they had on the topic.

The objectives of the project were:
• for young people to know the basic elements of winter sports;
• to find out what are the safety conditions when practicing cross-country, skiing, sledding;
• to learn and research the popularity of winter sports in their countries and other countries.

Blue Sport - being a multicultural and multidimensional project, it had as objectives encouraging young people to take part in sports activities carried out mainly at sea or other pools and water sources. The project also encouraged the adoption of a healthy living environment. This project appeared given the fact that many young people nowadays spend a significant period of time sitting in front of computers, televisions or phones, while less time is dedicated to sports activities. The lack of exercise, the sedentary lifestyle led to the emergence of various diseases among young people, such as: excessive weight gain, cardiovascular and respiratory problems, etc.

Fight with sports against sedentarism - the aim of the project was - to encourage the practice of a sport in everyday life and highlight the long-term benefits it brings, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle.

The objectives of the project were:
• promoting outdoor activities as a leisure alternative to have a healthy lifestyle;
• encouraging the active participation of young people from four European countries through sport.

Through non-formal and informal learning methods, participants learned to enjoy outdoor activities and practice various types of sports. Thus, through these activities, the participants developed their sports skills while perceiving and accepting the physical as well as the cultural differences of other young people. Through the “sport” method, it was much easier for young people to understand these differences, developing at the same time their sports skills but also their social, civic, cultural skills.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Information technology has recently become a part of every person's daily life. A number of aspects have begun to be digitized and a number of activities have begun to take place in the online environment.

In this regard, the Scout Society has begun to adapt to the needs of citizens in the community and to organize a series of digital education activities.

For this purpose, the solidarity project "Let's digitize generations!" which aims to increase the capacity of adults to use digital resources, also, to develop the community for adults, especially those in rural areas - to create a favourable space for digitization. As a result, the project aims to increase the employability of adults, but also inclusive communities / regions, with the study of these tools.

Another solidarity project implemented in the local community but also in the adjacent rural communities is "Digital connectivity for young people" which aims to help increase the accessibility of IT equipment (laptop, desktop, smartphone) for children and young people, especially of those with reduced opportunities. Also, the activities of the project will contribute to the transfer of IT knowledge to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and the development of absolutely essential digital skills.

Another important part of the digital aspect is the creation of the app within the Youth Escape Covid strategic partnership, a project that aims to combat the negative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on young people in Europe in a creative way.

The Multimodal Escape Room application that will be developed as part of the project will help practitioners to configure the learning environment for an escape room. Among the features of the application are: suggesting how many players can accommodate a certain space, what challenges to organize, how long the "experience" could last, what types of topics can be used (eg culture and arts, migration, Covid19).

In addition, through the application, the best "multimodal escape rooms" and their learning objectives can be shared with other practitioners and users (including other sectors such as school).

The "Brand yourself for future" project aims to increase the employment rate among young people up to the age of 24 as a result of the development of branding skills from a digital point of view.

Some of the most important workshops were: social networks around us, the future personal brand in social media and online environment in general, conquering the online environment, online security, personal promotion with digital instruments, content creation, creating a CV and how to present at an interview face to face or online, etc.

Thanks to the implementation of this project, the young participants developed a clearer vision on the concepts of personal brand, social media and employability. The young people acquired knowledge about personal promotion in online environment, the functioning of the labor market, teamwork and others.

Also, the members of the Scout Society have important knowledge about digital tools and their creation, both creatively and technically. In this sense, the Scout Society has created results in this field, such as a series of sites for the projects that coordinated them or in which the organization was a partner. Among them are: https://restart.scoutsociety.ro/; http://escape.scoutsociety.ro/; http://sportsense.scoutsociety.ro/

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Rural development is very important to create healthy local communities in rural areas, where opportunities are much less, in some areas there is even limited access to health, infrastructure, education, etc.

Some of the organization's volunteers come from rural areas because they are eager for development and want to get involved in various activities that are organized. On the other hand, there are young people who cannot afford to get involved in the opportunities that exist in the urban environment, because they do not have financial possibilities or they simply feel excluded and inferior to people living in the urban environment. For this reason, and in order to create inclusive communities in rural areas, the Scout Society has started to organize a series of activities aimed at rural youth and focuses on rural development in several areas.

In this sense, there are activities organized within the solidarity project "Digital connectivity for young people" in the adjacent rural communities that will contribute to increasing the degree of accessibility to ICT equipment (laptop, desktop, smartphone) for children and young people, especially those with reduced opportunities. The project also aims to transfer IT knowledge to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds living in the local community. In this way we increase the chances of integrating young people with reduced opportunities in rural areas.

Another project in which the Scout Society was a partner is the project "Healthy life - Happy life" which took place in an isolated village in Croatia, where together as young people from other countries and in the community were organized activities about health, lifestyle, solidarity, recycling, upcycling, plastic, wasted food ... etc. The young people exchanged information about these areas and worked together in the local community. One of the main activities of the project was woodworking, which was explained and guided by people from the local community. Thanks to this activity, the participants became friends who have the same goal: to create a positive impact in the society.

A series of activities in rural areas were also organized within the project The Youth4tradition Youth4Europe, where young people went and interacted with the local community in Arcani, a rural area. Here, they were involved in the daily activities of a disadvantaged family and offered them help to create better living conditions. The young people also got involved in pottery activities and making national costumes specific to the area.

The Scout Society is also a partner in the "Rural Youth SuperPower" which aims to increase awareness of the problems and benefits of living in rural or peripheral areas. The project aims to: raising awareness of the problems, opportunities and challenges of living in geographically isolated areas; acquiring new knowledge about sustainable development in rural areas; to promote interactions between young people and to encourage active participation; developmental skills, abilities and soft skills to face the challenges of life in a rural / peripheral context.

Through the "Rural Business Innovation Hub" project aim to build and promote entrepreneurial skills among young people in rural areas, starting from an entrepreneurial attitude, and to apply it to solutions to the challenges of today's society.

Project objectives:
• Increasing the level of entrepreneurial skills among young people in 6 rural areas;
• Encourage the development of 6 rural communities and create opportunities for a better life;
• Raising awareness of the importance of entrepreneurial literacy among young people in rural areas;
• Document / demonstrate the usefulness of a HUB for business innovation in expanding opportunities for young people aged 18-30 in rural areas.

Scout Society grants great importance in collaborating with partners for project development. We are willing to fully get involved in all stages of the process, from project development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to dissemination and then finally, project continuation including sharing best practices in our own networks.

We participated in and organized more than 90 projects in youth mobilities and mobility of youth workers, European Solidarity Corps projects, KA2 projects and Erasmus+Sport projects on topics such as Sport and Active lifestyle, Crafting, Active Citizenship, Diversity and Social Inclusion, Democracy, Entrepreneurship and employability, Environment and Ecology, Multiculturalism. In 2021, we worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Within the projects, we also approached subjects like Non-Formal Methods, Quality Aspects of Mobility of Youth Workers, Improving Quality in Erasmus+ Projects and others.

Creating inclusive communities is very important in the development process of the young people who are part of it. For this reason, in the activities organized by the Scout Society, he emphasized social inclusion in a series of issues that were addressed through the implemented projects.

At the local level, in order to combat social exclusion, young people were involved in various greening activities, writing CVs and interviewing, sports activities, digitization activities, time management, combating bullying and cyberbullying, etc. In them we aimed to involve young people with fewer opportunities, who have financial problems, lack of integration, who have been socially excluded, face cultural and language differences, are part of a certain social category or have a certain disability.

Once with their involvement their self-confidence will increased, they began to feel part of the community and not feel different from their peers. In this way, strong local communities have been built, in which members support each other and help each other. A special category are young people with different types of disabilities, such as visual or mental.

An example is the Sport Sense project where we involved people with visual impairments. Through this project we want to improve the collaboration of people in the community by creating sports events for visually impaired people who suffer from blindness.

This project is thus able to build a bridge between individuals who lost their eye vision, often marginalized, and the rest of the community. The vision of the project is to provide these individuals with the chance to better integrate into community by employing SPORT as our main tool. The aim of the Sport Sense project is to build the connection between society and the communities of people with visual disabilities through sport.

One the intellectual outputs of the project would be to create a Guidebook containing sports activities for the visually impaired that can be multiplied by any other organization or initiative group. Another project is "HOSPITALITY - Holistic Sport Disciplines for People With Intellectual Disability" - which aims to offer people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in physical activities focused on light gymnastics and relaxation, supported by moments of guided meditation.

Each partner organization will organize relaxing gymnastics activities in the local community, will study its benefits and will write a manual of good practices. Thus, people with intellectual disabilities and personality disorders will be encouraged to participate in unified physical activities - a method that can help both physical and psychological well-being.

The textbook that will be developed will describe in detail the current situation among the target groups in terms of sports and physical activity; issues related to the promotion of sport and physical activity that are perceived as obstacles or incentives for the practice of sport among target groups will be investigated and specific actions will be proposed to improve the deficiencies that have been identified.

The coordinator of the project is Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica MEET LAB from Italy, and other partners involved are: UISP TERRITORIALE CIRIE-SETTIMO-CHIVASSO from Italy, RIJEKA Sports Association for persons with disabilities from Croatia and Courage Foundation from Bulgaria.

Members of our association work in developing new projects on topics like Vocational Orientation, Coaching, Communication, Non-Formal Methods, Language Learning, Outdoor Education, Emotional Intelligence and many more.

In 2021 we had worked with more than 2000 people in our projects.

Expertise of the key persons involved

Staff and volunteers involved in this project have an extensive background in non-formal education for NGOs, while some of them have been involved in writing successful project applications and have participated in international training courses. Some of them have formal experience in working with people who are in disadvantaged situations.

Ciprian Sfirlogea

He is involved in project management. He is the president of our organization, with experience of 15 years in non-formal education, and proven education and experience in project management, training and HR. Ciprian is responsible for the management and coordination of a strong NGO that wants to develop the skills of young people for their active involvement in the community. He coordinates a team of over 50 volunteers, collaborators and youth workers who want to leave the world a little better. Over the last 5 years he has directly contributed to the development of the abilities of over 1000 young people from Romania and abroad.

Also, he has experience in working with UNICEF for more than 4 years. As part of this work for UNICEF, he is responsible of the management of donors in Romania. In addition, he supports the programs and activities of UNICEF in Romania and the development of the fundraising strategy of the organization.

Alexandra Sfirlogea

She is responsible for logistics, accommodation, equipment and other administrative tasks, as she has more than 7 years of experience in projects for young people and, in the last 5 years, she had participated in more than 15 youth exchanges in different countries.

Also, she participated in different training courses for writing the application forms, non-formal education and quality improvements. During these courses, she developed a range of competencies and abilities - public speaking, leadership, teamwork, and time and priority management. Given her studies in law, she knows how to provide support for the teams created in order to implement the projects and to motivate their members for a qualitative implementation.

Corina Lebedinscaia

With formal learning in communication and journalism (university degree) and a master in public relations and advertising, she is in charge with handling the coordination part. With proven experience in coordinating other projects - Erasmus+ project (ex. Multicultural village) or other non-formal education projects involving youth (ex. Flying books), she has the necessary experience to manage the projects.

Also, Corina Lebedinscaia attended the courses of a training center, obtaining the qualification of project manager. Thus, over time he had the ability to be a project manager for several projects, to be responsible for project management and its quality. At the same time, she was responsible for coordinating the project team for a series of projects, but also for maintaining the connection between a consortium of over 30 non-governmental organizations.

Having also graduated from the Faculty of Letters, she has greatly developed her writing and communication skills. In this regard, over the time, she has written several articles for the local press in Targu-Jiu, scientific articles and research papers for ‘Constantin Brancusi’ University in Târgu-Jiu and has done several translations for a Canadian magazine.

Rotaru Radu

Volunteering for more than 6 years in our organization. He has a major in Psychology. Also, he is a certified youth worker and a counsellor in personal development. His experiences in the NGO environment and non-formal education are consistent and relevant for our project. Until now, he has facilitated 10 projects on diversity and social inclusion, civic education, employability and entrepreneurship, emotional intelligence and coaching, in our organization with good results (Employment Lab, LifePath, Diversity Flow, Young People Act and others).

Eddy Hilitanu

He is a graduate of the Faculty of Economy and Business Administration at the University from Iasi. Other studies: Entry level economic diploma, Business diploma, Social Entrepreneurship Diploma, Social civic skills diploma.

Eddy has financial skills and a wide range of entrepreneurial ideas, which we actively employ when carrying out the activities within the association. Eddy is also a very important member of the team because he has done a lot of activities with young people, fostering a series of valuable relationships between young people from different countries. Eddy's project manager qualities were highlighted in the ‘Brand yourself for future’ project, when he successfully coordinated all project activities.

He is also a resource person who promotes the organization in the online environment. Applying the knowledge acquired in several courses, he creates concepts for creative materials that are posted on the Facebook and Instagram pages of the organization.

Iulia Golea

Iulia was a volunteer for the organization since 2018 and now she is our Media Officer. Currently, she studies for a bachelor's degree in modern languages. She is a hard-working person and took the challenge of studying foreign languages and arriving at the point where she knows 4 different foreign languages, English, French, German, and Japanese.

Before college, she was a scout and it helped her to develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills which influence her adult life till this day.

Her motivation doesn’t stop there, she has always found a passion for the digital environment so she started to teach herself how to make graphic material. Over years she improved very much and constantly work to become better. She has developed videos, brochures, booklets, social media posts, and websites.

Mihaiela Cracana

Mihaiela is mainly responsible for Project Design and Implementation. She is a graduate student of the University of Essex (United Kingdom), with a Bachelor degree in Politics with Human Rights. Her studies as well as her experience as employee and volunteer for various positions and projects equip Mihaiela with the essential skills and knowledge to approach topics, such as Human Rights, Climate Change, Citizenship Education, Community Building and Inclusive Policies for migrants and minorities. On top of that, one of Mihaiela’s fundamental priorities is to create opportunities for young people to become active citizens through formal, non-formal and informal education at the national, European and international levels.

The Scout Society has a team of over 30 volunteers with whom the association works long-term and who can join the project team to perform the tasks necessary for a qualitative implementation of the project. They have skills in various fields, such as robotics, web development, photo-video editing, writing, financial knowledge, etc.

Projects as applicant/partner

EU Programme Year Project Identification or Contract Number and the title of the project Applicant/Beneficiary Name
Erasmus+ 2021

2021-1-DK01-KA153-YOU-000010793

Youth Coaching for Wellbeing & Employability
HORA Copenhagen
Erasmus+ 2021

2021-1-EL02-KA153-YOU-000004149

Innovation through Thinking Out of the Box (IN&OUT)
INSTITUTO POLITISMU LAOGRAFIAS ATHLITISMU NEON TECHNOLOGION (INPLANET)
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-ES02-KA105-016480

Games for peace
Asociación K'MON
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-FI01-KA105-092468

Inclucion via nature
Nuoriso- ja luontomatkailukeskus Inari Oy
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-ES02-KA105-015641

Red Card to Racism
ENTRE JUENGOS
Erasmus+ 2020 RE-Connect with Nature protecting the Environment for Inner Health, RECNEFIH Active Cypriot Programs and European Learning Into Acceptance, ACPELIA
Erasmus+ 2020

2019-3-TR01-KA105-079383

(P)reventing (A)nxiety and (N)eutralizing the (D)epression for  (E)mpowering (MI)ndful (C)ommunities
TATRA YOUTH
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-EL02-KA105-005539

The youth orientations and the European environment
Ihnilates to Fotos
Erasmus+ 2020

2019-3-IT03-KA105-017487

Soap 'n' Roll
Associazione Culturale La Fucina Dei Saperi
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-PT02-KA105-007551

Local Impact Agent
Juvens da Pesqueira
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-HU01-KA105-093713

E-learning A to Z
Innovaform nonprofit Ltd.
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-SI02-KA105-015787

Coaching FOR LIFE - AKTIVNE VAJE ZA ŽIVLJENJE
DRUSTVO TABORNIKOV ROD ZELENA  ROGLA
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-CY02-KA105-001946

MENTAL HEALTH UNDER CRISIS PERIOD (MHUCP)
Active Cypriot Programs and European Learning Into Acceptance, ACPELIA
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-RO01-KA105-079511

A society without racism II
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-RO01-KA105-080918

Coaching for youth 2.0
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-CY02-KA105-001841

Social Entrepreneurship Against Discrimination (SENAD)
Active Cypriot Programs and European Learning Into Acceptance, ACPELIA
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-CZ01-KA105-078656

Digital danger
Silesian Society for Solidarity z.s.
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-EL02-KA105-006054

ONE TEAM ONE DREAM
Fthia in action
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-PL01-KA105-080704

"Green(washing)?"
KOBIETY LODZ
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-PT02-KA105-006640

Mediation 4 Integration
Associação Nacional From Body to Soul
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-IT03-KA105-018511

Rural Youth Superpowers
ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE EUFEMIA APS
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-PL01-KA105-079237

OUT OF NOTHING
Stowarzyszenie QUINDECIM
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-PT02-KA105-006673

Into the Wild
Jovens da Pesqueira
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-BG01-KA105-078589

(SO)lidary
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bulgaria Association
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-CY02-KA105-001768

SAIL: Sustaining Active Innovative Leaders
Active Zone Outdoor
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-PT02-KA105-006909

Empowering Myself
Wineyard Youth - Informal Youth Group
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-3-PT02-KA105-007538

Think Green
Wineyard Youth - Informal Youth Group
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-2-ES02-KA105-015929

Move on!
ASSOCIACIO GLOBERS
Erasmus+ 2020

2020-1-ES02-KA105-015079

Be safe online
AYUNTAMIENTO DE MARACENA
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-3-IT03-KA105-017159

Alternative Contexts for the use of Innovative Tools
Kizil elma
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-3-EL02-KA105-005253

Social Influencers
KYTTARO ENALLAKTIKON ANAZITISEON NEAON KEAN
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-3-ES02-KA105-014525

LOW COST VIDEOS FOR NGO'S
LEITMOTIV - MOVEMENT
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-3-RO01-KA105-078037

Speak your mind!
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-RO01-KA105-064157

Brand Yourself for Future
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-PT02-KA105-006057

From Zero to Hero
Omnis Factum Associação
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-IT03-KA105-016682

You(th)r goals
STUDIO PROGETTO SOCIETA COOPERATIVASOCIALE
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-IE01-KA105-051623

Diversity and Inclusion in Outdoor and Experiential Learning
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TRALEE
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-IT03-KA105-016667

A crew for better sailing YouthWork
ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE EUFEMIA APS
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-PT02-KA105-006134

Me+ Environmental Activists
BONAE SPEI - Associação Cultural
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-2-IT03-KA105-016276

Something About Yourself
Twoplustwo
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-IT03-KA105-015648

Games of Trainers
ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE EUFEMIA APS
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-RO01-KA105-062494

Recycle for Your Life
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-PT02-KA105-005723

Hire Me Online
ARTE M ASSOCIACAO CULTURAL E ARTISTICA NA MADEIRA
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-HR01-KA105-060520

Walking through heritage
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-TR01-KA105-073564

Dove of Peace - Peacebuilding Through Music
Rhythm for Peace
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-PL01-KA105-063266

Turn your plans into reality
Centrum Wspolpracy Europejskiej "Mlodzi Europejczycy"
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-EL02-KA105-004823

GOOD START
LOLIVERS AMKE
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-ES02-KA105-013178

POSITIV3 IMPACT VIDEO
ASOCIACION PROMESAS Promotora de MetodologíasEducativas para una Sociedad Alternativa y Sostenible
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-RO01-KA105-062379

Coaching for youth 1.0
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2019

2019-1-RO01-KA105-062769

Find yourself
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2018

2018-3-IT03-KA105-014948

You(th) to Change EU
ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE EUFEMIA
Erasmus+ 2018

2018-3-HR01-KA105-060201

8 KEYS
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2018

2018-3-HR01-KA105-060200

Be prepared
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2018

2018-3-RO01-KA105-061287

Benefits of Migration
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2018

2018-2-IT03-KA125-014382

Boomerang Generation
Arci Mantova association
Erasmus+  2018

2018-2-TR01-KA105-060219

Youth Initivatives Against Local Problems
Sosyal Inovasyon ve Girisimcilik Dernegi
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-TR01-KA105-057429

Korfball for Social Inclusion
Bilgi ve Beceri Dernegi
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-SI02-KA105-014532

Koristnoodvisen - Helpful Deprivation
CSOD
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-RO01-KA105-048941

Youth4traditions, Youth4Europe
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-PL01-KA105-050021

Creating bridges for democracy
Centrum Wspolpracy Europejskiej "Mlodzi Europejczycy"
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-RO01-KA105-048634

Young people act
Asociatia Scout Society
Erasmus+  2018

2018-1-ES02-KA105-011003

LETS EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CORP
ASOCIACION JUVENIL INTERCAMBIA
Erasmus+  2017

2017-3-ES02-KA105-010650

SUN WARRIORS
GRUPO SCOUT ERYTEEIA
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-3-RO01-KA105-047305

A society without racism
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-3-RO01-KA105-047029

Diversity Flow
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-2-HR01-KA105-035476

Play Your Life
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-1-DE04-KA105-015113

Bivouac youth exchange - Europe Under One Roof
Jugendbildungszentrum Blossin e. V.
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-1-SI02-KA105-014063

Simple life - Preprostoživljenje
DRUSTVO TABORNIKOV ROD ZELENA ROGLA
Erasmus+ 2017

2017-1-RO01-KA105-036364

Employment Lab
Asociatia Scout Society
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-3-HR01-KA105-034820

Plan your life
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-3-RO01-KA105-035319

Life path
Asociatia Scout Society
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-2-CZ01-KA105-024165

Racism does not belong in XXI
LUBLA
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-1-HR01-KA105-021770

NoName
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-1-HR01-KA105-021768

Demo Young
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2016

2016-1-RO01-KA105-023955

Multicultural village
Asociatia Scout Society
Erasmus+ 2015

2015-2-CZ01-KA105-014076

Zero2Hero
LUBLA
Erasmus+ 2015

2015-2-HR01-KA105-013192

Warm Hearts
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2015

2015-1-SI02-KA105-012854

MLAD IN SAMOZAPOSLJI V
DRUSTVO TABORNIKOV ROD ZELENA ROGLA
Erasmus+ 2015

2015-1-SI02-KA105-012883

Crafty Hands
Mladinsko Kulturno Umetnisko Drustvo Kladivo 11
Erasmus+ 2015

2015-1-HR01-KA105-012653

Impress Me
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-3-HR01-KA105-012446

Blue Sports (plavisportovi)
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-2-HR01-KA105-007076

beAlive (budiživivjeruj)
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-2-HR01-KA105-007067

Nature Sport
Odred izvidjaca pomoraca Posejdon
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-2-RO01-KA105-002512

Unite against racism
Asociatia Scout Society
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-2-IT03-KA105-000954

Living Together
Un Ponte con la Natura
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-2-PT02-KA105-000288

WHAT? - Why and How to Animate your Teens
Associação Social Recreativa Juventude de Vila Fonche/Juventude
Erasmus+ 2014

2014-1-ES02-KA105-000276

EUROPA UNIDA
GRUPO SCOUT ERYTEEIA
EU Programme Year Project Identification or Contract Number and the title of the project Applicant/Beneficiary Name
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622901-EPP-1-2020-1-RO-SPO-SSCP

Sport Sense
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622684-EPP-1-2020-1-RO-SPO-SSCP

Restart Sport Engine in EU
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

613124-EPP-1-2019-1-HU-SPO-SSCP

Roma Inclusion through Sport in Europe
BUDAPESTI EGYESULET A NEMZETKOZI SPORTERT
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622511-EPP-1-2020-1-TR-SPO-SSCP

CYCLE! 2 WHEELS ARE ENOUGH FOR OUR PLANET (2 WHEELS)
Karasu Kaymakamligi (Karasu District Governorship)
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622457-EPP-1-2020-1-ES-SPO-SSCP

Outdoor Sports in Nature for Skills Development -OSIN4SD-
Asociación USIT
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622169-EPP-1-2020-1-IT-SPO-SSCP

HOSPITALITY
ASSOCIAZIONE SPORTIVA DILETTANTISTICA MEET LAB
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2020

622009-EPP-1-2020-1-SI-SPO-SSCP

Tekmovanje Rekreacija Inovativnost Množičnost
CSOD
Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships 2018

603517-EPP-1-2018-1-RO-SPO-SSCP

Sport4all
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
EU Programme Year Project Identification or Contract Number and the title of the project Applicant/Beneficiary Name
European Solidarity Corps 2021

2021-1-RO01-ESC30-SOL-000036477

Digital connectivity for youth Asociatia Scout Society
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2021

2021-1-RO01-ESC30-SOL-000036349

People to People
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2021

2021-2-RO01-ESC30-SOL-000040640

Let's digitize generations!
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2020

2020-3-HR01-ESC11-094497

Healthy Life - Happy Life
Hrvatska škola Outward Bound
European Solidarity Corps 2019

2019-2-RO01-ESC31-064164

My first vote
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2019

2019-2-RO01-ESC31-064212

Nature Defenders
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2019

2019-1-RO01-ESC31-062077

Practicing EQualities
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
European Solidarity Corps 2018

2018-1-RO01-ESC31-061267

Let's be active Romania
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
EU Programme Year Project Identification or Contract Number and the title of the project Applicant/Beneficiary Name
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2021

2021-1-RO01-KA220-YOU-000028953

Do Real Enterprises And Marketing
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2021

2021-1-RO01-KA220-YOU-000029192

Rural Business Innovation Hub
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Cooperation partnerships in adult education 2021

2021-1-TR01-KA220-ADU-000028291

Active Citizenship in the New Homeland
MARMARA UNIVERSITY
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2021 Escape Depopulation and Foster Cultural Heritage Through Active Tourism Asociación Deses3
Erasmus+ Small-scale partnerships in youth 2021 The World Is My Workplace ASSOCIAÇÃO MY MADEIRA ISLAND
Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in youth 2021

2021-1-LV02-KA220-YOU-000028943

Mobile Program for Youth Learners
KRIMULDAS EVANGELISKI LUTERISKA DRAUDZE
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2020

2020-1-RO01-KA227-YOU-095682

Youth Escape COVID
ASOCIATIA SCOUT SOCIETY
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2020

2020-1-IE01-KA227-YOU-082962

reCREATE healthy narratives to tackle fake news
CHAMPIONS FACTORY IRELAND LIMITED
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for youth 2017

2017-2-HR01-KA205-035501

Speaker's Corner
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