“Europe in Crisis: A Call for Dialogue, What Can Youth Workers Contribute?”

Posted on August 17th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 25 August 2016 Open to: youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers coming from Belgium – FL, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey, United Kingdom Venue: 5-13 October 2016, Kose-Uuemõisa, Estonia

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YEU Estonia is looking for participants for a training course called “Europe in crisis: a call for dialogue. What can youth workers contribute?”.

This training course is organized for representatives of youth organizations from different European countries, to create a common strategy. As the crisis is a cross-border problem, it only makes sense to coordinate our actions in a European framework.

The main goal is to equip youth workers with competences to promote intercultural and interreligious dialogue in local and... Read More »

Youth Has Voice Too?

Posted on August 12th, 2016 in Articles, Youth ActivismRespond to this post »

Difficult, boring, opaque, unimportant – the descriptors of EU affairs world are not flattering. In the light of the widely talked about rise of the far right, increasing nationalism, hostility towards immigrants and the individual closing down of borders, the public opinion on the European project has seemed to lose popularity over the course of the past years. With youth sharply disconnected from the original ideas that supported in the very beginning the creation of a European project, the current political classes tap into frustrations gathered over the past last decades.

The young people of Europe as we know it have been raised in a war-less world and accustomed to a mostly open borders circulation within the... Read More »

Towards an Avant-Garde Europe: The Meaning Behind the Words

Posted on August 12th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 20 September 2016 (a chapter proposal)/ 20 December 2016 (full chapters) Open to: everyone interested in the topic Venue: Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, Institute for Research and European Studies – Bitola

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The Institute for Research and European Studies and Journal of Liberty and International Affairs announce a call for chapters for the upcoming eBook: TOWARDS AN AVANT-GARDE EUROPE: THE MEANING BEHIND THE WORDS. One of the most popular approaches towards the “revolutionizing” of the EU is the concept of avant-garde Europe, predominantly promoted by Joschka Fischer, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Jacques Delors etc. This approach directly derives from the Kerneuropa concept (Core Europe), meaning that the future of the EU as should be established on the scheme of core (avant-garde) and orbit.

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EURASMUS – Easy YOU(th) Mobility

Posted on August 11th, 2016 in Articles, My EuropeRespond to this post »

Mladiinfo: How does your platform work? Do students have to pay when they want to access into your system and apply for some of the opportunities you are offering?

Eurasmus: We are completely free for students and currently have more than 43,000 student members using our system. Whether they are doing an internship or a university exchange, Eurasmus.com will be able to help them find student rooms and internships all over Europe.

Mladiinfo: What do you consider to be the most important about your platform? What is the value that youth can achieve with your help?

Eurasmus: Our mission is and always has been to support students going abroad. Youth mobility shouldn’t have to be difficult or stressful. We have more than... Read More »

International Workshop on New Return Migration

Posted on August 5th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 15 September 2016 Open to: researchers who work on migrations to Europe originating in various countries of origin Venue: 11-12 November 2016, Babeș Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania

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The workshop will take place at the Faculty for Political, Communication and Administrative Sciences, Babeș Bolyai University. In this workshop the aim is to discuss research, compare, and theorize the social, economic and political changes produced by new return migration from Europe in societies of origin. Another aim is unfolding returnees maintenance of social ties and forms of social capital between societies of origin and destination.

Given the diversity of patterns of return and migration in Europe, the workshop is looking not only into such processes, but also into all... Read More »

Training Course: “Stay Healthier Outside”

Posted on July 27th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: August 1, 2016 Open to: Italy, Romania, Turkey, Poland, Armenia, Lebanon, Ukraine, Georgia Venue: 7 – 14 November, Giovinazzo, Italy

“Stay Healthier Outside” is a two-stage project that aims to promote a healthy lifestyle among youth workers  and youngsters and to foster their competencies in planning and implementing outdoor activities related to good practices of healthy lifestyle (1st stage) and to motivate youngsters in participating in and spreading these kind of activities among young people, therefore increasing their awareness on the topics (2nd stage).

During the training course, youth workers will be challenged in:

Experiencing several outdoor activities that can be inspiring for their future commitments related to the topic; Learning how to use outdoor opportunities to improve their... Read More »

TC “Migrants, Minorities in EUrope” in Struga, Macedonia

Posted on June 29th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 8 July 2016 Open to: youth workers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom Venue: 11-19 August 2016, Struga, Macedonia

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The TC  “Migrants, Minorities in EUrope” addresses the question how a conceptual re-framing of challenging anti-discrimination against European minorities as a key competence of European citizens can impact civic education, solidarity and social inclusion. It aims to raise the awareness and critical thinking of young European citizens and also about racism and discrimination and its historical roots in Europe as well as to strengthen their capacity as youth activists and educators to rum education activities.

The training course will equip participants with specific methodology Forum Theater which is very incentive and attractive. The context of the real... Read More »

Project Team Officer at Europe on Track

Posted on June 23rd, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 25 June 2016 Open to: everyone interested in project building Venue: Online and Brussels, around 6-8 hours per week, voluntary

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Europe on Track is a project that consists of two groups of ambassadors travelling across Europe with Interrail passes for one month. During this trip, the ambassadors visit different cities whilst delivering workshops and conducting interviews; the aim is to bring Europe closer to young people. Now they are looking for new project team members to organize the project and take it to the new level!  The project team is responsible for building the project, working with external partners and creating the route for the ambassadors.

They are looking for candidates for the following positions: 

Content; Finances; PR (website); Fundraising. Eligibility Everyone... Read More »

The Story Behind Mladiinfo at the European Youth Event 2016!

Posted on June 2nd, 2016 in Articles, My EuropeRespond to this post »

Author: Dimitar Chatleski and Ana Alibegova Photo credits: Ana Alibegova

“Together we can make a chance” was the powerful slogan of this year’s European Youth Event 2016 (EYE 2016). Organized by the European Youth Forum and the European Parliament, on 20 and 21 May 2016 in Strasbourg, France, more than 7500 people gathered from each corner of Europe to celebrate once again the biggest youth event of the year.

Having a unique opportunity to join fruitful discussions at the European Parliament, as well as participate at the numerous workshops in the hubs of the Yo!Fest, 600 groups took active role in exchanging experiences with the other attendies, as well as learning new information and opportunities. Through the habitual debate, as... Read More »

Apply for International Exchange Program

Posted on June 1st, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 20 June 2016 Open to: media managers, an independent cultural NGO, a non-hierarchical and open-minded public institution or a civil society initiative based in the Arab region OR in a European country Venue: September 2016 to September 2017, in Amman, Jordan and Marseille, France

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Tandem Shaml supported by the European Cultural Foundation is an international exchange program that supports long-term collaborations, knowledge development and networking opportunities in Europe and Arab countries.

The one-year exchange program will select 16 cultural organizations, eight from Europe and eight from the Arab Region for the upcoming round. It will take place September 2016 to September 2017, in Amman, Jordan and Marseille, France, a location to be decided in the Arab region, followed by another... Read More »