During this project, 60 young people from different European countries got to connect to each other and themselves through movement. We all came with a different background when it comes to dance and movement and that is what made the exchange so special. Everyone got to share something with others and therefore the number and range of workshops was incredible.Continue reading
I’ve been interested in a self-development for a quite some time and that’s why I was touched by the deep experience that my friend went through on Erasmus + project called I am being in Latvia in summer 2019. So when she sent me a link on a very similar project I applied immediately. After a short time, I got the acceptance mail from organisers and I started to look for the flight tickets. I still thank myself for the foresight that I had when I was booking flight tickets for 3 days earlier to spend some alone time in Riga, capital of Latvia, to prepare myself what was waiting for me.Continue reading
Once upon a time, there were five young ladies who decided to join an adventure in the Netherlands. At first, we did not know what to expect but throughout the programme, we were discovering more and more. The only thing we knew was that we would spend 12 days with people from 10 different countries in a small town called Ommen. As soon as we arrived we fell in love with the place – Olde Vechte. After we accommodated we started to wander around and get to know each other.Continue reading
Have you ever had these kinds of questions? “What am I good at?”, “How to do what I like and make money out of it?”If yes, then you are like every participant of Work It Out. I participated in this project because I didn’t know which field of the labour market is the right one for me.Continue reading
ENCOURAGE YOURSELF – CAN YOU?
During 10 days in September, I had the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus+ project named EnCourage which was focused on youth exchange. It was held at nice and peaceful place in nature, not far away from the capital city of Germany – Berlin. In total, 49 people have involved in the project: 36 participants from 9 European countries (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal, Romania and Serbia), 9 group leaders (each from one country) and 4 experienced facilitators.