8 ways to overcome xenophobia

Xenophobia is the fear and stigmatization of foreigners. People who look different, speak a different language, or have different customs can appear threatening to those who are used to only one particular ethnic group, lifestyle or set of behaviors.[1] But xenophobia can be overcome, and you can take it on either directly or through community engagement and political action. 1.Celebrate local communities Show your

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Discussion club “xeNOphobia” is finished

Within the framework of the European Union Solidarity Corps, the XeNOphobia Discussion Club project was launched, which calls on indifferent people to unite against xenophobia and discrimination and learn to find commonalities rather than differences that can divide. Project was implemented during 6 months from May 1 till October 31, 2019. Once a month for 6 months, active volunteers from

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Tolerart.com: join to new web platform against xenophobia!

Erasmus + never stops. Inspired by everyday problems with our society and our youth, another project is realised in Paphos, Cyprus. The main idea of this incredibly useful youth exchange is probably the most popular social issue nowadays – the xenophobia. This project took place in Paphos, from 31.08 till 09.09 where participants from six different countries (Cyprus, Macedonia, Latvia,

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“MandarineLand 2019”: 10 Christmas events created by volunteers for 429 children from disadvantaged families and orphanages

You know that magic only exists when you believe in it? 🎄In the MandariniaLand all believes in magic – both adults and children. Even those children who in ordinary life often see not the wonders, but quite the contrary – weekdays many of them are much tougher and harder than ours. This project is exactly form them, and Mandarinialand every

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Challenge Diversity (Georgia, 16-22 Nov 2019)

In November 16-23, 2019, 42 participants from six countries: Georgia, Hungary, Armenia, Italy, Ukraine, Latvia had a unique chance to participate in the Erasmus+ youth exchange project “Challenge diversity” organised by Civil Development and Research Institute and Youth Bridges Budapest. The project took place in Tbilisi, Georgia. The main goal of  “Challenge Diversity” was to make youngsters of various cultural,

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You care – you share 2.0: Volunteering project Ukraine

You are from 18 to 30 years old, do you dream of making the world a better place, full of ideas and ready to devote time to this together with peers from other countries? So volunteering project You care – You share 2.0 is just for you!15 volunteers from Portugal, Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia, Italy and Ukraine will come together to

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Open call for Erasmus+ youth exchange in Georgia

You are 18-30 y.o., ready to explore and learn something new, meet new friends and new cultures? Ready to travel to amazing country for new experience and sharing your own vision? We invite active, responsible young people with good English skills, ready to participate in international non-formal educational project in Georgia.

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