PBA Ruralities. Spain

European youth projects change young people’s life. But also can change the life of a small village if it’s properly organized. This PBA wants to help in the challenge of creating new projects in rural areas (populations of less than 20,000 inhabitants).

9-14 March 2018 | Cacín, Spain
Applicationd deadline: 22 February 2018

Erasmus + underlines the importance of such activities as a powerful tool for young people (especially those with fewer opportunities) to empower themselves and to grow towards active citizens of their own community.

Objectives of the activity are:
– To provide a wide introduction to the Erasmus+ program in the part of youth, focusing on their capacity of development in rural areas.
– To give the opportunity to find good and reliable partners from rural areas with whom to develop projects within the Erasmus + program, creating a solid network of contacts and alliances.
– To understand the impact and social change that an Erasmus + project can have within a small local community, discovering the possibilities of local participation.
– To share what it takes to plan a good quality Erasmus + project in rural areas.
– To offer an individual and group learning experience through a practical process, allowing participants to reflect on their learning process and learn more about Youthpass.

Partnership-building Activity is for 18 participants from Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Spain and recommended for Youth workers, Youth leaders, Project managers, Youth Policy Makers

Working language(s): English

Organizer: Ayuntamiento de Cacín (NGO/Others)

Contact for questions: María Isabel

E-Mail: granadaiseurope@gmail.com

Phone: 0034 958284185

Costs

The travel costs will be reimbursed according to Erasmus Plus guidelines.
Bulgaria 360€
Croatia 275€
Estonia 530€
Greece 360€
Hungary 360€
Israel 530€
Italy 275€
Lithuania 360€
Spain 0€

Accommodation, meals and training material will be provided by the host organisation.
There’s no participation fee from the host organisation, but your sending organisation can ask you a logistics fee to support their work.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme