Thirty youngsters from Germany, Iceland and Poland traveled within eleven days to five different towns and cities in South Germany to seek and find different points of view on what it means to be a living human being in a modern European society. The effort: Listening to different people´s opinion why one should (not) help others. The goal: To reach 1000 people in 10 different trains and five different cities and towns with the people4people message: “Be the Change you want to see.” This project was financed with the support of the European Commission:
Learn more about the Youth in Action Programme on the Homepages of the National Agencies:
– Germany – Iceland – Poland – Other European countries
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Youthpass is available for projects funded by Erasmus+ Youth in Action and Youth in Action programmes. With Youthpass the participants of these projects can describe what they have done and show what they have learnt. Youthpass is part of the European Commission’s strategy to foster the recognition of non-formal learning. All participants of our Youthexchange learned about the Youthpass. This blog is to remind us about the importance of the Youthpass. Continue reading
Arnar Freyr Warén, one of the participants wrote a text that became the song of the People 4 People youth exchange. If you want to try to sing it (Country road …), here is the text:
If you want it you can do it ( country road )
Hear me sisters, hear me brothers
help is needed, everywhere we go.
Let’s start thinking, more of others.
Bring our strength and do the right things now Continue reading
SALTO organises a wide variety of support activities for the Youth in Action programme and its stakeholders. During the People 4 People Youth Exchange, the participants had the opportunity to learn about SALTO and the SALTO-Webpage. SALTO-YOUTH stands for Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities within the European YOUTH programme. Continue reading
We woke up to go to breakfast at 08:00 and everybody was very tired from the scary evening the day before. We had the Morning Prayer after that where Þorgeir told us about that we are all from God and that God is in everybody of us. Then we had national group meetings to reflect about what we had learned about us and the other groups. Continue reading
We had breakfast at 8 a clock in our youth hostel in Heidelberg.
After breakfast we packed our luggage and our stuff and met us at 9 o clock in the lobby. Before we went to downtown, we made a group picture for our website. Than we got 3 hours freetime in downtown. [Pictures from day 9]. Continue reading
This is the diary of day 8. [For pictures click here]
Everyone woke up at 7:00 o’clock and had breakfast at 8:00 o’clock. After breakfast everyone had free time to 9:00 o’clock. After that everyone met in the Wien room to sing and do morning prayers. At 9:30 everybody went to room Heidelberg 2 and Petur told us from the website Erasmus+. Continue reading
The day started with breakfast at 8 o’clock. Then, we packed our stuff and cleaned our rooms. The last day we went sleep early and because of this had to play the evaluation games this morning to summarize our tasks in “Europapark”. We found out how to say “Can you help me?” in many languages and learned a lot about organizations helping people. Continue reading