Apúntate ya a esta becas Erasmus+ Chipre sobre cultura y integración. Deadline el 17 de febrero para disfrutar de esta oportunidad de aprendizaje en Chipre
Sobre el proyecto
Citizens In Power (CIP) is an independent non-profit, non-governmental organization that addresses the needs and demands of people through their involvement in social and civic life, by simultaneously providing them innovative material and free trainings related with a variety of fields, such as education (including on-line education), inclusion, entrepreneurship and business, culture, labour market and lifelong learning.
Hosting mainly aims at the development of education, entrepreneurship and lifelong learning in Cyprus and abroad. To achieve these targets Hosting has an ongoing collaboration with the leading universities, schools, NGOs and research organizations in Cyprus for the development of projects, trainings and educational material.
Hosting retains a valuable network of professional trainers and educational experts experienced in both formal and non-formal education. This particular network is considered competent to contribute to the implementation of activities related to the initiatives of Hosting and its partners.
Sobre el training course eramsus+
The recent socio-political reclassification which have been resulted due to the large inflows of migrants and refugees into the European territories have -more than ever- transformed European Communities into multicultural entities. Particularly, according to Eurostat (2015) it has been estimated that more than 4.3 million people arrived in the European Union in 2015, most trying to escape war and terrorism in Syria and other countries. This fact also implies that, the existing situation has brought new conditions in modern European communities, inasmuch individuals with counter-identities are invited to coexist and furthermore, to interact, whilst a new model of collectivities which includes settlements, neighborhoods and communities is being formulated, with multiculturalism to appear as its main qualitative feature.
However, apart from the detection of ways through which a smooth integration of migrants and refugees into the modern EU societies will be accomplished, what is being argued here, is that special form of education should also be provided in order for the indigenous inhabitants of EU countries to adapt to the new order of things.
Based on such rationale, the project ‘Guiding Counter-Identities in Shaping Collectivities’(GCSC) aims to provide high-quality training to young educators/ trainers who deal with multiple issues arisen within a multicultural context. The content of the training course also appeals to young people in communities influenced by displaced population. The methods employed have been developed on the basis of the rationale that, in fact, the young locals of a community are those who should first receive specialized education in order to be prepared to accept the integration of displaced population in their communities.
Hence, the activities of the training course ‘GCSC’ concentrate on a plurality of related concepts, such as social inclusion, conflict management, intercultural learning, coexistence of religions, violence applied by social networks and the net, psychology of digital victims, racism and antiracism, multi-cultural bonding, tolerance, democracy, diversity appreciation, citizenship, leadership and active participation. All these concepts are being approached through creative, experiential methods, based on non-formal educational tools, including simulation exercises, role play, structured dialogue, group building, energizers and breaking the ice activities, theatrical games, guided discussions, presentations, activation of five senses, on-line tasks, experimental processes, cultural activities and strategic planning.
Particularly, the project attempts to transmit to youth workers deriving from NGOs and other organizations across Europe a concrete set of well-designed methodological activities which target to:
-a broader understanding on the notion of cultural identity staring from the formation of a purely experiential definition of the notion, as it emerges from communities’ shared symbols, shared stories and shared beliefs, to end up with participants’ involvement with a vector of interwoven to the cultural identity theories and concepts, such as collective memory, subculture, blended identity, counter culture and counter-identity.
– combat the formation of stereotypes and stereotypical behaviors, in general, thus grappling with those unconscious tactics and mechanics of one self which might lead in attaching labels to both individuals and communities.
The issue of developing inclusive communities is being investigated, mainly through the introduction of theory around the philosophical discourse on the Ethics of Admissions, as a means to provide tools for the understanding of integration policies approaches and positioning of one self on them.
The target of maintaining inclusive communities through the applicability of sophisticated methodologies, policies and critical paths, is also being approached by invoking concrete methodological constructions, such as geographical exploration and building of social relationships.
Last but not least, by making use of a special 3D modelling software, participants approach the topic of constructing inclusive communities through the perspective of urban design and architecture, thus designing and building from the scratch creative structures -representative of their imaginary communities- such as buildings and cities.
The international training course ‘GCSC’, coordinated by hosting will be hosted in Larnaca, Cyprus from 11 to 17 of April 2019, in cooperation with partner organizations from fifteen EU countries; Estonia, Denmark, Italy,France, Greece, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, UK, Bulgaria, Latvia and Germany.
Metodología de trabajo
• The training will be based on non-formal education methods, encouraging
active participation of young people involved.
• Ice-breakers, energizers, group-building games
• Role plays
• Intercultural and experiential learning
• Brainstorming and discussions both in working groups and in plenary
• Inputs from experts
• Theatrical play
• Kinesiological exercises
• Physical activities
• Story telling
Criterios de selección
• Youth workers with strong interest on the topic and they are willing to share what they will learn in their respective organizations especially through a local workshop.
• Young people interested at the objectives of this project and they are willing to share what they will learn in their respective organizations especially
through a local workshop.
• Age 18+
Travel expenses are a heavy burden on the budget of this project. Participants are therefore required to arrange their journeys in the most economical manner possible. In order to find the most economic tickets we advise you to visit www.skyscanner.net . Tips for cheap flights http://www.farecompare.com/travel-advice/tips-from-air-travel-insiders/#/
-Larnaca International Airport – has the biggest number of airlines and connections. Closest to the venue, cheap flights by blue air, wizzair, Aegean airlines and others. (Prefer Larnaca’s Airport because is close to the venue)
– Paphos Airport (second airport of Cyprus, this should be your second option). Cheap flights by Ryanair, easy jet and others. Please bear in mind that according to the guidelines of our National Agency the travel dates can be plus or minus 2 days (the cost for the extra travel dates is not covered, for example accommodation, food and transportation). You can either a) arrive one day earlier and leave one day later or b) arrive two days earlier and leave on time c)or arrive on time and leave 2 days later d) or arrive on time and leave one day later or e) arrive one day earlier and leave on time. All these options will be accepted only if they have the same or lower value with the actual travel dates of the training course (start day and last day of the training).
Irrespective of the means of the transport used, participants will be reimbursed on the
basis of the least expensive route between their place of residence and the town in
which the course is held.
Please don’t book any tickets before receiving our written confirmation.
ERAMSUS+ Programme, Key Action 1 100% of accommodation and activity costs are covered by the programme The international travel costs are covered according to the rules of ERAMUS+ YiA KA1 (distance band calculator, 100-499 km = 180 euro, 500-1999 km = 275 euro, 2000- 2999 km = 360 euro, 3000-3999 km = 530 euro, 4000-7999 km = 820 euro).
Reimbursement will be provided to the participants who are involved in all the activities of the training, participants can request exception for some of the activities, which can be approved only when is an urgent need and with the provision of evidence.
Seguro durante el curso
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
Project – 11th Thursday (7:30 pm, starts) – 17th Wednesday (9am, finishes) April 2019 Larnaca, Cyprus
Deadline to send participants forms is 12th/February/2019
Deadline to book tickets (Citizens in Power need to confirm the flights before participants proceed with the booking, bookings through a local travel agency will not be accepted): 19/February/2019.
Place- Larnaca, Cyprus
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”. 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 (ES67 0081 1534 5900 0116 4823 / BSAB ESBB). This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities. If you are not selected, we will reimburse you the fee.
All documents should be sent to email@example.com with subject “YE ….. . YOUR NAME.YOUR SURNAME”.
Con el Programa Erasmus, pueden participar jóvenes de 18-30 años en intercambios y desde los 18 sin límite de edad en el caso de los cursos.
Los jóvenes pueden disfrutar de numerosas oportunidades de becas internacionales en Europa. Desde nuestra asociación, impulsamos el Programa Erasmus y establecemos las siguientes condiciones de participación para las becas Erasmus.
Tienes que hacerte usuario/a de YesEuropa. Toda la info completa sobre las condiciones las encuentras aquí.
El idioma de estas becas Erasmus + es el inglés: es decir, los cursos e intercambios se desarrollan en ese idioma. Por lo tanto, es muy recomendable que tengas al menos un nivel “real” de inglés al menos intermedio. Así, podrás comunicarte de manera efectiva con otros participantes de otros países. Asimismo, podrás aprovechar las becas al 100%.
Se cubren los gastos de viaje, alojamiento y manutención durante las actividades. Los participantes deberán comprar el billete de avión y luego se les reembolsa cuando vuelvan a España una vez entreguen toda la documentación de viaje. Las becas tienen unas condiciones generales de las becas Erasmus que conviene que leas.
¡Apúntate como usuari@ en nuestra asociación para disfrutar de estas becas para salir fuera!.
No, sólo se cubre el transporte, alojamiento y manutención durante las actividades.
Hemos recopilado para tí algunos recursos y descuentos que te pueden venir bien para preparar tu salida:
Te recomendamos (no es obligatorio) que contrates un seguro medico y repatriacion en la web , no es obligatorio pero si recomendable: www.seguroserasmus.com
Aunque te recomendamos que alternativamente te lleves también la Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea, ya que es una buena alternativa también, aunque no la necesites, es bueno llevársela:
Cómo me saco la Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea? http://www.seg-social.es/Internet_1/Trabajadores/PrestacionesPension10935/Asistenciasanitaria/DesplazamientosporE11566/TSE2/index.htm
Pues un poco sí que deberías saber, más que nada para aprovechar al máximo tu beca.
Si quieres información sobre viajar al país consulta esta web del Ministerio Asuntos Exteriores: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/es/SalaDePrensa/Paginas/FichasPais.aspx
Y estas son recomendaciones de viaje: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/es/ServiciosAlCiudadano/SiViajasAlExtranjero/Paginas/RecomendacionesDeViaje.aspx
Para saber más sobre tu destino (atracciones, restaurantes, cosas qué hacer) te recomendamos nuevamente TripAdvisor.
Si no conoces mucho el idioma del país, te recomendamos una guía de conversación, ya que te va a dar las claves a la hora de expresarte y pronunciar las frases más habituales.
Nosotros te presentamos una guía básica de viaje y enlaces útiles: https://www.yeseuropa.org/viajar-en-europa/
Características del curso
- Conferencias 0
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- Duración 50 horas
- Nivel de habilidad Todos los niveles
- Idioma Inglés
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