Participa en estos intercambios en Francia en octubre y noviembre para cursos Erasmus+ para jóvenes que quieran aprender sobre derechos humanos con las becas Erasmus+ con todos los gastos pagados.
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Fechas y lugar intercambios en Francia
Duration: 7 days (plus 2 days of travel) from the 18th to the 26th of November 2017
Advance Planning Visit during the last week of October 2017
Both activities a compulsory
Location: Clermont-Ferrand, Auvergne, France
Partnership: We are looking for 4 partners from the Program Countries and Partners Countries
Number of participants: 20 (3 participants + 1 leader per country)
Sobre los intercambios en Francia
Human rights are rights «inherent to all human beings, whatever their nationality, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to them without any discrimination».
Particularly after the United Nation’s Declaration of Human Rights (UNDHR) in 1948, their promotion has become a major international affair and their respect has turned out to be one of the most fundamental values of every democratic society.
Nevertheless, we should never forget that Human Rights are not a body of principles which remain respected and unchangeable once they are declared. Their recognition and protection is an ongoing process, a status that evolves constantly in a way that we are not always aware of, especially because this process depends on
our actions and reactions towards the human rights’ issues we face on an everyday basis.
Having a look at our own personal stories, walking in the street, reading or watching the news, exchanging with people…, it seems like there are so many moments when each one of us had to face situations that we considered unfair, unnice, or plainly unacceptable. However, when exchanging with the youth of our countries,
most of us feel that our acting power is decreasing. We know what we want but feel lost in the “what to do now?” when the important thing to realise is that “together, we can”.
For this reason, our main goal is to support the youth in developing their autonomy, emancipation and power of action in order to be fully active in the society it is living in. We want them to be able to have a look on what is around, and start reflecting on what is fine and what is not. And once they realise it, we want them to start
acting on what they want to change.
Human Rights have a big history which continues to be written until today. The author of this story is each and every one of us. Let’s act together and be the change we want to see in the world!
The Youth Exchange’s activities will be organised following three main phases. Starting from the personal perception of each individual (Reflecting), we will proceed to the expression of this idea in a small group of people (Sharing), and then, to the demonstration of the message to a bigger public (Action!)
1 – Reflecting: during this phase, each participant will have the chance to think about his(her) own personal stories, experiences and perceptions regarding the issue of Human Rights. The participants will be able to exchange their stories and ideas with the others through various activities (reflecting groups, story-telling, role-
playing) in order to better realise the different values that each individual has, based on his(her) background.
2 – Sharing: once the participants will have exchanged their personal thoughts about the most important challenges of Human Rights and agreed on common terms and definitions, they will be able to make their first effort to share a common message as a small group through collective discussions, oppressed theatre and
3 – Action: this is the moment when participants will experiment together in order to spread their ideas and messages to the public. During the last 2 days of the Youth Exchange, the participants (separated in groups) will organise 4 creative workshops (online tools, public actions, creative writing).
Promoting Human Rights amongst young people as well as their role as citizens
Helping young people to go from a personal analysis to the action power of a group
Giving the possibility to the Youth to experiment real actions and to reflect on them, in order to understand that they actually have an acting power in the world they live in
Supporting young people to reach human rights respect, through the overcoming of intolerance and extremism, while promoting a particularly non-discriminatory approach
Helping young people to reflect on their own stories
Developing tools which can be used by the participants back home in their organizations/communities
All youth aged from 18 to 30 interested in the topic of human rights and ready to share, create, discover, exchange.
The main result of the Youth Exchange is the creation of a dynamic group of participants aware of the challenges that Human Rights face in modern societies after reflecting, discussing and exchanging their various thoughts and experiences based on their different backgrounds. During the “Action!” phase of the
project we will as well:
create an online platform where the activities of the day will be presented, which will also be used as a small summary of each day and help the participants to have a global look at the end of the project realise a public action about Human Rights in the city of Clermont-Ferrand
The methodology (non-formal education, storytelling, discussions, simulations) and the structure of the exchange will encourage an active involvement of each participant in order to develop competences and new tools for their personal and social development. Non-formal education tools will be used to create a friendly
and attentive atmosphere, considering each participant in his or her diversity, personality and culture, so that each person can feel free to express him(her)self, share his or her experiences, teach and learn from the others.
Costes cubbiertos por las becas para los intercambios en Francia
– Travel costs (170€ return ticket) will be covered based on the unit costs of the program. Please note that participants will be reimbursed the real costs of their transport fees up to a certain limit as per information below.
– 100% lodging and food are covered
Hosting organisation would like to encourage participants to buy travel tickets ASAP to enjoy economical prices. Please do not buy travel tickets until your participation has been approved by Concordia. All the travel costs will be reimbursed the earliest 3 months after the end of the training course/youth exchange.
Please note that the process of reimbursement will be carried out directly with the applicant organizations and not with the individual participants (we only reimburse individually participants coming from informal groups). Organizations will have to communicate to us a global invoice after the project (up to the maximum amount given for the travel costs).
Proceso selección para las becas Bulgaria
Building Bridges members and/or long term unemployed (proved by scanned document) will have preference to this volunteer service.
You should complete registration in 2 steps:
1. Please send your application form, CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. All documents written in english you can send to: email@example.com with subject “YE France Aurélie.YOUR NAME.YOUR SURNAME“. We give you creative ideas about how to create a good CV in English.
2. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to :Asociación Building Bridges, CIF G85466886. This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities.
* It is compulsory to send application form, CV and motivation letter and pay the registration fee at the same time in order to be within the pre-selection process.
If you are not selected by the sending or hosting organisation, we will reimburse the fee. Please see conditions of Erasmus+ grants
Payment by bank: Asociacion Building Bridges
IBAN / BIC:
ES67 0081 1534 5900 0116 4823 / BSAB ESBB
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