Call for Participants - TC "Absense of War is not Peace"

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING

25th March 2016

(The selected participants will be announced after 1st April 2016)

PROJECT INFO

  • FUNDING PROGRAMME: Erasmus+ Programme
  • ACTION: Key Action 1 - Learning Mobility of Individuals
  • ACTIVITY: Training Course
  • VENUE: Setúbal, Portugal
  • DATE: 3 to 9 May 2016
  • AGE: 18+
  • TOTAL PARTICIPANTS: 24 (2 participants per country)
  • PARTNER COUNTRIES: Armenia, Italy, Georgia, Poland, Moldova, Egypt, Luxembourg, Sweden, Russia, Spain, Turkey.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

For more information about the project please (CLICK HERE)

WHO CAN APPLY

  • youth workers/ volunteers/ youth leaders with some experience in their own organization;
  • participants with some knowledge regarding youth work and/or with NGO experience;
  • participants that want to develop their skills in order to increase efficiency and quality of their work;
  • participants that want to develop activities and support the organization they belong to.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

  1. The project covers all expenses regarding travel (maximum lump sum per country, as mentioned in the info-pack), accommodation and food during the activity;
  2. Eligible participants must have legal residence in the participating countries;
  3. The activities will be conducted in English;
  4. Participants should be highly motivated to participate in the follow up activities;
  5. The participants must have high interest towards the topic, motivation to learn, and willing to engage an active role during and after the activity.

PARTICIPANTS APPLICATION FORM

(CLICK HERE TO APPLY)

INFO-PACK

practical information for participants (DOWNLOAD HERE!)

CONTACTS

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The project is supported by European Commission Erasmus+ Programme. These materials contain beneficiary opinions and views and neither the Portuguese National Agency or the European Commission may be held responsible for content.