Projects

E-sustainability

This project aims to tackle parts of both the digital field of sustainability in order to create a symbiotic relationship meant to benefit each of them, as both of these have been great areas of interest and with plenty of room for improvement in the past years all over Europe and beyond.

Transversal Education Through the Games

Education is one of the most relevant and significant elements in life. Young people go through decisive stages such as childhood and adolescence, which will form their identity and shape their personality, ambitions and concerns.

This project seeks to provide participants with tools and resources with which they can design, develop and undertake both activities and programs that promote transversal education through the games.

WALK AMONG A VITAL ENVIRONMENT WITH US - Wave us!

The idea developed by the organisation USB to develop two main objectives of the program - cultivating the economic idea and approach through ecology and also awakening ecological consciousness through the financial management of recyclable materials.
Participants will become more aware of multicultural diversity, its benefits and possibilities of self development. They will make new friendships and contacts, break stereotypes and discover the non-formal learning process. They will go out of their comfort zone.

OBJECTIVES

VARIED

The main objective of this project is to encourage volunteering and social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport for men and women with a learning disability. Our project manages to combine both goals effectively creating full social inclusion through the volunteering in the sport of rugby, by introducing people with learning disability into a mainstream club where they will become an essential part of the club life.

Life skills and sport

Основната цел е да се развият социални и емоционални компетентности чрез спорт, като по този начин се развият умения за личностно и професионално развитие.

Humour

In the everyday educational process, teachers meet very often the lack of students’ motivation and bad concentration in the classroom. Students are not fully engaged due to uninteresting lessons and too many facts and information to learn and memorize.

Media - be careful what you believe in

At present, the vast majority of information we take from the media. We often believe them blindly. We have often experienced situations in which we believed in some very popular article or video published onlined, which later turned out to be totally fake. We observe this especially in the case of articles / videos about refugee and imigrants - every now and then there is information on our Facebook wall that someone has been raped, beaten, attacked, etc. They have a sensational form so they become popular and shared very fast. Below them we often see harsh comments of our friends.

Y(OUR) CULTIRE

Young people have an essential position in the development and promotion of the culture, including the values of tolerance and respect.
“Y(OUR) Culture” project aims to build bridges between the traditions and modernity to reinforce the memorisation process of the past and to connect young people from a variety of cultures in a unique project in which through collaboration they can create an exhibition of tolerance and memorialisation of the past.

Climate change education CC EDU

Climate change education occupies a major node in school education. It is a rich topic to explore in the classroom. The fact that climate change may be viewed on local, regional, and international levels — not to mention through scientific, civic, and cultural lenses — provides students with the opportunity to develop critical analysis skills and ability synthesize information. It provides an important window into individual and societal responsibility, making it relevant for all partners involved and a global urgent matter.

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