Erasmus+ KA1 Youth Exchange
Location: Kakheti Region, Georgia
Project dates: 23 July – 03 August 2019
APV in Tbilisi (Advanced Planning Visit): 1-3 June 2019 (Only for Group Leader)
Project dates: 1st-3rd June 2019
Participants per country: 1 Group leader (18+) 4 participants aged 19-29
Partner organization form Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization www.csyo-az.org
How to apply? – Please Fill the application form
Deadline for Group Leader: 14 May 2019 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email till 16 May 2019 for Skype interview.) The group leader should attend the APV meeting.
Deadline for team members: 25 May 2019 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email till 05 June 2019 for Skype interview.)
Costs: 100% of food, accommodation and transport will be covered with the support of Erasmus+. Travel cost limit for Azerbaijan is 180 euro. (only land transport is available!)
Forms of gender discrimination are diverse and differ in their severity. With this youth exchange, we would like to engage in a dialogue with young people about gender equality & gender roles in their social environment. We would like to challenge our young people with different perceptions of the role of man & woman in modern Europe & in its past. We see outdoor education as an extremely powerful tool for development, especially within international communities, it reflects on different values & can create a bridge between different social groups forming better mutual understanding.
- To foster a gender-sensitive understanding of currently existing societal models & its inherent forms of discrimination;
- To experience that a new society based on gender equality is possible;
- To Challenge the perception of the structures within our society that undermine social inclusion or foster discrimination;
- To create follow-up initiatives that promote gender equality in the sending communities Overcoming the stereotypes of different religious;
- To build a broader understanding of what discrimination means & to start an intercultural & inter-religious dialogue;
youth workers, young leaders, youth who are already active but aim to develop as youth leaders, concretely in the sphere of Gender equality, discrimination and understand concept Outdoor Education as a tool of non-formal education.