Explore mundi - scire te ipsum
Artickle of Society
OUR SOCIAL PROJECTS
Mandarinia – social/charity project for children
T30 SOCIAL CLUB
SUMMER CAMP for kids
“Action in ECO Direction”
“Splashes of Diversity”
Photo exibition “From life to life”
“I love EU” YE
“Net Art for Tolerance” YE
Quest – the best! YE
Volunteering project Mandarinu Zeme 2019
“xeNOphobia” Discussion club
Participation Form Erasmus+
Registration form for volunteers
Registration Form Erasmus+
I am registering for participation in the Erasmus+ projects:
Quest – the best!: Youth Exchange in Cyprus 20.04.-29.04.2020.
Quest – the best!: Youth Exchange in Latvia 15.08.-23.08.2020.
ACTarea: Training Course in Georgia 10.05.-16.05.2020.
ACTarea: Training Course in Latvia 02.08.-08.08.2020.
Date of birth
Sending Organization (if you don't know – write NO)
Position in your organization
Mobile phone (including country code)
Facebook account (link)
Home address (only city)
Have you ever participated in any of Erasmus + or ESC programmes? (YE, TC, PBA or Seminar, volunteering or practice)
No – this is the first time
Yes (2-4 times)
Yes (5-10 times)
Yes (more than 10 times)
Language proficiency of English
Please describe your experience in the field of non-formal education
Please describe your motivation/ interest in participation to this project
Please describe your experience in the field of the project theme
Please give concrete examples on how you could disseminate (share and spread) the project results?
Do you consider yourself to be a person with fewer opportunities? *
* If your answer to previous question is Yes, please mark, which obstacles do you meet daily (you can check several boxes)
Social obstacles – young people facing discrimination because of gender or ethnicity or religion or sexual orientation or disability etc. – young people with limited social skills or anti-social or risky sexual behaviours – young people in a precarious situation – (ex)offenders or (ex)drug or alcohol abusers – young and/or single parents and orphans – young people from broken families
Economic obstacles – young people with a low standard of living or low income or dependence on social welfare system – in long-term unemployment or poverty – young people who are homeless or young people in debt or with financial problems
Disability – mental (intellectual or cognitive or learning) – physical or sensory – other disabilities
Educational difficulties – young people with learning difficulties – early school-leavers and school dropouts – lower qualified persons – young people with poor school performance
Cultural differences – young immigrants or refugees or descendants from immigrant or refugee families – young people belonging to a national or ethnic minority – young people with linguistic adaptation and cultural inclusion problems
Health problems – young people with chronic health problems or severe illnesses or psychiatric conditions – young people with mental health problems
Geographical obstacles – young people from remote or rural areas – young people living on small islands or peripheral regions – young people from urban problem zones – young people from less serviced areas (limited public transport or poor facilities or abandoned villages)
I confirm that my data provided in this application is real and I agree that they will be processed for the selection and participation in this project, only
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