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
Romania - ASOCIATIA ALLONS-Y
Italy -Association of Intercultural Mediators Network
Serbia - INKLUZIVNI POKRET
Greece - SOCIAL INCLUSION ASSOCIATION
Bulgaria - SDRUZHENIE BALGARSKI MLADEZHKI FORUM
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)
Lithuania - ASOCIACIJA TAVO EUROPA
United Kingdom - Innovative Entrepreneurs
Spain - Associació Empresarial L'alqueria Projectes Educatius
Poland - FUNDACJA CENTRUM AKTYWNOSCI TWORCZEJ
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.
Romania - ASOCIATIA ALLONS-Y - 0 EUR
Bulgaria - SDRUZHENIE BALGARSKI MLADEZHKI FORUM - 180.00 EUR
Greece - SOCIAL INCLUSION ASSOCIATION - 275.00 EUR
Italy - Association of Intercultural Mediators Network -275.00 EUR
Turkey - Bayburt Gençlik Grubu - 275.00 EUR
United Kingdom - Innovative Entrepreneurs - 360.00 EUR
Poland - FUNDACJA CENTRUM AKTYWNOSCI TWORCZEJ - 275.00 EUR
Spain - Associació Empresarial L'alqueria Projectes Educatius - 360.00 EUR
Serbia - INKLUZIVNI POKRET -180.00 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
Lithuania - ASOCIACIJA TAVO EUROPA - 275.00 EUR
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
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