Youth exchange “OCCATERRA: LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES”
We invite active and open-minded youngsters to the OCCATERRA: Land of opportunities
ERASMUS+ is a window to a big world, which helps you to discover new opportunities to grow up and meet new friends over the world!
WHAT: Youth exchange
WHERE: LATVIA, Koknese
FOR WHOM: young people 13-17 y.o. from Latvia, Estonia, Cyprus, and Poland and group leaders 18+ with no age limit; total 34 person, including young people with fewer opportunities and disabilities.
The aim of the project: to provide psychological support to young people to improve their mental health, to promote the active involvement of young people in democratic life, the understanding of European values and EU operating principles, as well as to promote the inclusion of young people with limited opportunities, with special emphasis on young refugees from Ukraine.
- 100 % ACCOMODATION, FOOD, PROGRAMME ARE COVERED BY CO-FINANCING OF ERASMUS+ PROGRAM OF EUROPEAN UNION
- 100% TRAVEL EXPENCES ARE OBJECT FOR REIMBURSEMENT AFTER A FULL PARTICIPATION IN THE PROJECT AND DISSEMINATION ACTIVITIES BY
PRESENTING ORGINAL TRAVELLING DOCUMENTS
- NO ANY PARTICIPATION FEE
WE INVITE YOU TO THE WORLD OF OCCATERRA: a fantasy iseland where elves, humans, orcs, dwarfs and aliens exist together.
How to ensure that such different races can live and develop together? How to become the ruler of the island and what should be considered? How to pass laws that will be good for everyone?
Become an elf or an orc, make you own law, become the leader of an island or raise your people to protest against unjust neighbors – the fight will be hot!
In the end you will find new friends and new knowledge about the world in which every voice matters and everyone’s opinion is valuable!
PLEASE READ INFO-PACK AND APPLY TILL JULY 3, 2022:
Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union,European Commission or National Agency (Agency for International Programs for Youth) neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them