Bullying vs Sport 2019-2-RO01-KA105-064251

The project aims to bring together youth workers from 12 countries (Romania, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova (Republic of), Lithuania, United Kingdom, Spain, Poland) in order to find practical and sustainable solutions to stop the phenomenon of bullying.

The main aim of our project is to contribute to the decrease of bullying against roma migrants through sport activities.

Specific objectives is:

1- To develop educational competencies for the 36 participants to fight against roma migrant"s bullying using sport like a tool creating 3 tools that will be uploaded on Salto

2- To encourage the 36 participants to become aware of the role they need to play, as initiators or resource people, giving them the opportunity to establish numerous contacts during their training course

3- To raise awareness and involve community representatives in actions that include the prevention of violence adressed to roma migrants by promoting a culture of tolerance and respect.

4- To provide best practices and the latest information between 36 participants about the tools and methods of non-formal education in combating violence against roma migrants through sport.

The project is in concordance with european priorities about social integration of roma migrants and national priorities about fight against bullying



Italy -Association of Intercultural Mediators Network




Turkey - Bayburt Gençlik Grubu

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Udruzenje za sport, edukaciju i rekreaciju START

Moldova (Republic of) - Asociatia Obsteasca Centrul International pentru Cooperare in Educatie si Cercetari (ICCER)


United Kingdom - Innovative Entrepreneurs

Spain - Associació Empresarial L'alqueria Projectes Educatius


The profile of the participants

The mobility, which will take place in Craiova, Romania for 5 days full of activities and 2 travel days,will have as participants, 36 youth workers who through the internalization of the key concepts they will learn, promote and become resources in their communities, and that previously had contact with roma migrants-victims of violence or have been exposed to it, ultimately being able to share examples of good practices.

Each partner will select and send to the TC in Romania 3 youth workers (2 females+1 male or 2 males+1 female), without an age limit, starting from 18 years old, for social inclusion of roma migrants, ethnic migrants, students from ethnic groups exposed to bullying, bullied persons coming from disavantaged groups -who will be part of the partner association, citizens / residents in the country of the sending organization . They should not be Erasmus students or be subject to double funding when implementing the project.

The participants must send us a file which includes: their European CV, language passport and letter of intent. The participants need to have good knowledge and communication skills in English, both written and spoken (minimum level B1).



Craiova is the capital of the region Oltenia in the south west of Romania and capital of Dolj County. Is the 6th largest city in Romania and is situated near the east bank of the river Jiu. It is a longstanding political center, and is located at approximately equal distances from the Southern Carpathians (north) and the River Danube (south). Craiova is the chief commercial city west of Bucharest and the most important city of Oltenia Region


Craiova Art Museum – the building that houses the museum was built in 1896, following the plans of the French architect Paul Gotereau. Its main attraction is the art gallery dedicated to Constantin Brâncuși, exhibiting six of his early sculptures (including variants of his best-known works): The Kiss (1907), Vitellius (1898), Woman Torso (1909), The Vainglory (1905), Boy's Head (1906), Miss Pogany (1902).It also has a variety of paintings by leading Romanian masters such as;Theodor Aman, Nicolae Grigorescu, Vasile Popescu, Stefan Luchian, and Theodor Pallady plus some Romanian icons.

Museum of Oltenia – founded in 1915 and divided into three sections: ethnography, history and natural science. The collection is based on donations made in 1908.

Nicolae Romanescu Park (formerly Bibescu Park) – the largest and most well-known park in Craiova. Through the initiative of Nicolae P. Romanescu, the mayor of Craiova at that time, the park was designed by French architect Émile Rendont. Plans for the park were awarded the gold medal at the 1900 World Fair; work began in 1901 and was completed in 1903.

Botanical Garden – The garden was laid out by the botanist Alexandru Buia and was opened in 1952. The main purpose of the garden was to facilitate the students' activities and research for the academic staff of the Agriculture and Horticulture Faculties of the University of Craiova. The Botanical Garden is organized in six areas: plant systematics, floral provinces of the globe, cultivated plants, seed beds, phyto-geography of the Oltenia region, and a greenhouse.


Participants are expected to arrive in Craiova, Romania on 04 December 2019, after 15:00, and to leave Craiova on 10 December 2019 before 11:00.

Organizers will NOT provide any accommodation for additional stay in Romania.


The participants are provided with 100% reimbursement of the travel expenses (but no more than amount from distance calculator: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/distance_pl.htm), on the basis of the documents stating the costs - meaning boarding cards, electronic tickets (in the case of lack of the cost on the electronic ticket please bring another document with the price stated), train tickets (2nd class, with the price stated), bus tickets (with the price stated). Please send the returning tickets (original, not copies) within 2 weeks after the meeting (until 24 December 2019). Taxi is not eligible mean of transport,

Reimbursement of travel costs will only be done by bank transfer to the sending organization upon presentation the original tickets with boarding passes and receipt/invoices (including return tickets)

!!! Note: Reimbursement will be done in EUR in sending ngo.s account , regardless of the currency indicated on the ticket and receipt/invoice. Any tickets purchased in a local currency other than EUR, will then be converted and calculated according to the exchange rate stated on the official European Commission web-site at http://ec.europa.eu/budget/inforeuro/index.cfm?Language=en

Travel Limits




Italy - Association of Intercultural Mediators Network -275.00 EUR

Turkey - Bayburt Gençlik Grubu - 275.00 EUR

United Kingdom - Innovative Entrepreneurs - 360.00 EUR


Spain - Associació Empresarial L'alqueria Projectes Educatius - 360.00 EUR


Moldova (Republic of) - Asociatia Obsteasca Centrul International pentru Cooperare in Educatie si Cercetari (ICCER) - 180.00 EUR

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Udruzenje za sport, edukaciju i rekreaciju START - 180.00 EUR


Arriving in Craiova

By plane to Bucharest airport


Before start your journey, get some Romanian money (exchange nearly 30 Euros). You can change it in the airport.

From Otopeni airport to Bucharest gare station

The 780 Express line connects Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport with the Gara de Nord (main railway station).

The 783 Express line connects Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport with the city center. This line runs day and night. At night, the bus leaves every 40 minutes.

Airport stops

In front of the Arrivals Terminal and Departures Terminal

Price for one trip is 3.5 lei.

The magnetic card valid for two travels costs 7 lei.

Card desk: In front of the Arrivals Terminal


Bucharest gare station – Craiova gare station

You can reach Craiova by train

Before buying your flight tickets , firstly check the time tables of the trains.

The journey will cost around 60 Ron (nearly 14 euros)

Main station: Bucharest Nord - Craiova

Train schedule: http://www.cfrcalatori.ro

You have also the possibility to came at Craiova airport but there are only flights operated by Wizz Air


Hotel acomodation

Hotel Craiovita is set on the western edge of Craiovita Park and is surrounded by lush greenery. It offers air-conditioned rooms with balconies and free access to WiFi.

The Craiovita’s restaurant serves Rumanian and international dishes. Guests can enjoy their meals on the summer terrace when the weather is nice.

The city centre of Craiova can be reached in a 10-minute car ride. Historic churches, an Art Museum and the Opera are amongst the sights of the city. Craiova International Airport is 12 km away from Hotel Craiovita.

The hotel address is: Calea Severinului nr. 11, Craiova 200768, Romania.

You can arrive here with one bus and one tram. First time you have to take the bus right from in front of the train station (bus is 1B) to the city center (on University, is 3 station), walk more 100 m to KFC and then across the street and take the tram to PECO Severinului and the hotel is close to the tram station.


1- Do not use taxi, it is not eligible cost.

2- Do not use private cars for inland travels.


Each country will have their own sessions in the project. They will organize the presentations below. So, each group should prepare the presentations below.

1. Presentation about the country (General informations)

2. If you have any special health condition or special dietary requirements, please inform us before the project

3. We will organize a NGO FAIR. If you have, please bring materials about your organization.

4. Cultural Night will be organized in the schedule. You should bring traditional foods, drinks and music to represent your country on the Cultural Night. If possible, prepare short, but creative, funny and interesting presentation of your country for the intercultural evening. Feel free to bring any culinary specialty (food or drink) from your country as well.

5. Regarding the intercultural aspect of the project, each participating team will be advised by the coordinator to choose a PPT presentation of the country of origin, about their food and traditional drinks , traditional clothing and also an object / book they consider representative of their culture of tolerance or social integration.

6. Selected participants will have task-related preparation before coming to the seminar by the “force” of the programme’s composition, as time will be taken for presentations of country realities and discussion on the parameters of public health and initiatives in each respective country


Average weather conditions in December : Max: 10° C Min: -5° C



Romania's currency is Leu (plural "Lei" - pronunciation: lay). Abbreviation: RON

1 EURO = 4.74 RON (it is changeable)

Banknote denominations: 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 lei

Coins: 1, 5, 10 and 50 bani pieces. (pronunciation: bahnee)

1 leu = 100 bani


Do not change too much money at the airport where they charge high rates

We recommend you to have Revolute card but also you can use your debit Card.


Health insurance is not provided and will not be reimbursed by the organizers. All participants are required to purchase travel insurance. The European Health Insurance Card is free card that gives you access to medically necessary.


The participants will be provided with three meals – breakfast, lunch, dinner - and there will be snacks during the coffee breaks between sessions. For any special needs (health problems, diet etc.) please contact us.


For those who would like to take the opportunity to visit Romania there is the possibility to stay 2 days after the final day of activities or to come 2 days earlier. If you decide to do so, please confirm before you book the travel tickets. The project will not cover the extra days. All expenses regarding food, accommodation and travel are not supported.


Romania's electrical current is 230 V; 50 cycles and sockets take the standard continental European dual round-pronged plugs.

Image of a plug adaptor - required for non-European appliances. A plug adaptor is required for non-European appliances.

Please remember that simple adapters do not convert voltage or frequency.

A power converter is necessary for appliances requiring 110 V.


• Whenever possible, cross at a pedestrian crossing, traffic signal or pedestrian refuge.

• Make sure you have a clear view of approaching traffic, and where drivers can see you.

• If you cannot cross the whole road in one attempt, wait on the pedestrian refuge or median strip.

Using a signalised pedestrian crossingHide

• A green man means you can cross, if it is safe to do so.

• A flashing red man means you can continue to cross but should not start crossing.

• A steady red man means do not start to cross - wait for the green man before beginning to cross.

Follow the safe road crossing procedure – STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and THINK.

• STOP one step back from the kerb or shoulder of the road if there is no footpath.

• LOOK in all directions for approaching traffic.

• LISTEN in all directions for approaching traffic.

• THINK about whether it is safe to cross the road – when the road is clear or all traffic has stopped.


Many adults in Romania are smokers and, unfortunately, some of those who do smoke have little regard of non-smokers' comfort.

The Romanian Parliament recently approved legislation that bans smoking in every public/ closed space; fines are imposed on offenders (individuals or businesses).

Smoking is not allowed on planes, on buses and on trains as well as in restaurants and bars.

Luxury hotels have designated no-smoking floors but smaller hotels may be a little slow in designating non-smoking rooms/ floore.

Smoking is also prohibited in public places such as hospitals, concert halls, and theatres.


Although violent crime against tourists is almost non-existent visitors should take customary steps to safeguard their valuables. Leave your valuables and passport in the hotel's safety deposit box or use a money belt kept out of sight. Be aware of pickpockets and scam artists in major cities.

Do not attempt to exchange money on the street; you will likely be short-changed or receive a pile of worthless bills. Beware of con men masquerading as plainclothes police; they may pretend to check your papers or accuse you of exchanging currency on the black market. In fact they might try to steal your cash. Real plainclothes police officers might only ask to check personal documents but never your credit cards or your cash. Not having your passport with you will not be a problem. The officer will come with you to your hotel to see your passport if he really has to check it.

General emergency phone number: 112
Ambulance: 112


Selection of participants: 27 October 2019

Buying the tickets: 10 November 2019

More information

For any additional information contact us:

Camelia Dumitrache: dumitrachecamelia@ymail.com, + 40766424968


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