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Proyecto y perfil de los participantes
The overall objective of this project is to contribute to migrants’/refugees’ integration by using the great potential of food in creating cross-cultural education and understanding, in improving interactions and cooperation.
There are 45 young participants between 18-30 years old – and 9 leaders from 9 countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and Romania. All these young persons coming from countries with very different economic, social and cultural (including religious) background, being different themselves from the point of view of professional background, life experience, age, social status etc. will work together for 8 days, increasing their awareness on the importance of food as an universal language for promoting diversity, intercultural&inter-religious dialogue, common values of freedom, tolerance and respect of human rights in our daily life.
Participants should have in common a certain interest for sharing knowledge/experiences on challenges to combat marginalization/social exclusion faced by young migrants/refugees and for cultural connections through the food, open-minded, tolerance, availability to work in a multicultural environment and to accept diversity.
Lugar y fechas de la beca en Rumanía sobre integración
The project will take place in Romania, Vâlcea County, Călimănești-Căciulata Resort.
The accommodation will be in – Căciulata Summer Camp, in rooms with 3-4 beds (above there is a picture from the site). Most of the rooms have their own bathroom but some rooms could have common bathroom. You need to bring towels, we will give you shampoo, soap, shower gel but you may also bring yours if you want. Also there are linens on each bed.
The arrival date is 7th August 2018, first accommodation day. Departure day is 16th August. If you want to arrive a couple of days earlier or leave couple of days later, we can help you to look for accommodation, but we cannot cover any expenses from these days.
The closest airport is Sibiu (80 km), Craiova (145 km) and Bucharest Otopeni – the biggest (about 220km). There are regularly buses and trains both from Bucharest, Craiova and Sibiu to Călimănești-Căciulata resort, we will send you the schedule once we will have more information about your arrival. From the Bucharest Otopeni Airport there are trains and busses to Bucharest Railway Station city centre.
You should buy the tickets from the bus station. The price of a bus ticket is about 15 euro but you should have RON (Romanian currency). Somebody will wait for you in the bus station and bring you to the hotel.
We may also arrange your transport from (and to) the airport if we know your arrival/departure time. The price is about 1 euro/km for less than 8 persons, 1.5 euro/km for 9-18 persons and 2 euro/km for more than 18 persons (for example a minibus for 8 persons from Călimănești-Căciulata to Bucharest is about 200 euro, the same price for one or for 8 persons, that’s why we need to know exactly your arrival time).
Información general sobre Rumanía
Nicknamed the “Country of Count Dracula”, Romania is a Central and Oriental European country, member of the European Union since 2007. Stretching over 238,391 km², it has approximately 22 million inhabitants The capital – and the biggest city – is Bucharest.
The climate is a continental one, with summers generally very warm to hot, and quite cold winter. During the Youth Exchange we wait for a warm to hot weather, with an average of 350 C. We also expect for rain. So you should have confortable clothes but don’t forget umbrellas and raincoats.
Local currency is RON (Romanian Leu) – 1 Euro = 4.5 RON (more or less). It is not allowed to pay with euro in shops and markets, but in most of them you can pay with your bank cards.
The Romanian legal framework doesn’t allow
– smoking in public places (including restaurants, bars, pubs etc.)
– drinking in public places
– drug consume and trade
Călimănești-Căciulata is one of the most famous Romanian resorts mainly for its water-springs but also from the wonderful natural environment. There are many touristic attractions here, from historical monuments (monasteries from 5-6 centuries old, a Roman castrum etc.) to unique mountain landscapes.
Qué tienes que llevar
• a set of information and materials about your country in general (power-point presentations, movies, pictures, food and drinks, music and dances, folk costumes and other folk objects etc.) for presenting to other participants during your “official” day;
• open mind, joy and good mood.
Costes del proyecto y reembolso
As this is an Erasmus+ project, the financial conditions are as follows:
Accommodation& meals, support materials, promotional stuffs – 100% covered by the project. The food will be served 3 times daily. There will be vegetarian food and food with no pork meat (for whose need this) and also other types of food so everybody decides what to eat. Water, coffee and tea will be free of charge available during coffee breaks. We cannot pay for extra meals or drinks you might need.
Transport cost: we could pay up to 360€ for participants coming from Spain.
Participants will buy the travel tickets and we will reimburse the value of the tickets after the exchange and after we will have all the travel documents (including the return ones).
The reimbursement will be by bank transfer in the organizations’ account.
Seguro para la beca en Rumanía sobre integración
Health insurance will NOT be provided or reimbursed by the mobility organisers. All participants are required to purchase health insurance individually. If you live in an EU country and use a national health insurance system there, please apply for a FREE European Health Insurance Card: http://ehic.europa.eu
We suggest that you buy an insurance for travelling, the INSURANCE IS NOT MANDATORY, but it is recommended buying it. Best insurance for Erasmus is www.seguroserasmus.com
Proceso selección para la beca en Rumanía
Building Bridges members and/or long term unemployed (proved by scanned document) will have preference to this volunteer service.
You should complete registration in 2 steps:
1. Please send your application form, CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. All documents written in english you can send to: email@example.com with subject “YE Romania SILVIA.YOUR NAME.YOUR SURNAME“. We give you creative ideas about how to create a good CV in English.
2. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to :Asociación Building Bridges, CIF G85466886. This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities.
* It is compulsory to send application form, CV and motivation letter and pay the registration fee at the same time in order to be within the pre-selection process.
If you are not selected by the sending or hosting organisation, we will reimburse the fee. Please see conditions of Erasmus+ grants
Payment by bank: Asociacion Building Bridges
IBAN / BIC:
ES67 0081 1534 5900 0116 4823 / BSAB ESBB
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