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Number of participants from each country: 5.
1 youth leader + 4 participants, preferably gender balanced (2 girls, 2 boys)
Age of the participants: from 23 to 28 (no limit for youth leaders)
Partner Countries: Turkey, Italy, Spain, Romania, Estonia, Lithuania.
Sobre los intercambios con becas para Italia
The project is mainly focused on immigration, social inclusion, intercultural dialogue, solidarity and active citizenship and it is meant to young people wanting to contribute to a more tolerant society.
This Youth Exchange will take place in Italy, in the province of Foggia, near a symbolic place regarding the immigration issue, called “Grand Ghetto”. Such an incredible ghetto has been developed and populated only by immigrants, definitely marginalized by the local community, during the last 20 years. Today, it is one of the biggest marginalized and exploited immigrants ghettos in Europe.
During the exchange the participants will have the opportunity to know this reality and learn about the daily problems of the immigrants: lack of rights and protection, violation of fundamental rights, the exploitation of labour. They will mostly learn trough the associations and other NGOs active in supporting and helping the ghetto residents.
The goal of the exchange is to in-form EU citizens regarding the immigration issues in order to reduce xenophobic prejudices.
The aim is to increase young people’s awareness about the coexistence in a multicultural society by providing tools to make them active participants in the dissemination of information and to stimulate other youngsters.
During the Youth Exchange we’ll mainly use non-formal methods such as: informal ethnography, working groups, debates, cine-forum, learning by doing, reflection groups.
o Visits of different NGOs working about the topic of immigration (i.e. the Association “Ghetto OUT”) or debates with their activists, invited to present their experience.
o Visit to the Ghetto with staff people from associations well knowing the place (like EMERGENCY NGO’s staff).
o Spend some time in the Association Ghetto Out learning what some ex-residents are trying to do in order to live in a sustainable way outside the ghetto (like artistic manufacturing or fruit and vegetable bio cultivation).
o Ethnographic interviews to ghetto residents or ex-residents and to the local community; comparing the results with the information we usually receive from the media.
o Implementation of an informational blog that will disseminate the materials and the experience.
o Exchange of information on countries of origin, multicultural evenings (create dishes), dialectical dialogue on the perception of their country and of others.
You are expected to arrive until October the 1st in Foggia. The nearest airport to flight to is BARI-Karol Wojtyla. From Bari you can get Foggia by train or bus in about 2 hours. You can also flight via ROME. There are also train and bus connections to Foggia, but it will take longer (from 3 to 6 hours). All this transport details inside Italy will be better established together with partner organizations.
The Exchange starts on October the 1st with common dinner and a getting to know each other session, after dinner. Activities will finish on the morning of October the 8th
Eligible means of transport: bus, train, and plane.
Qué traer para los intercambios becas para Italia
We kindly ask you to bring:
o A little video or presentation about the topic of Migration and/or Inter- culture in the region you live (it could be done also with your national group of participants)
o Map, posters, photos, postcards, videos about your country/region/town to be displayed during the International Evening
o Some gastronomic specialties (food and/or drinks) for the International Evening;
o Comfortable clothes for the sessions.
The temperature will be from 26 to 13 Celsius degrees. Consider which kind of clothes you’re used to wear at this temperature in order to prepare your luggage.
The place we chose for this Youth Exchange is a village near Foggia, a city in the north of the wonderful Puglia Region. We chose a place not far from the area of «Grand Ghetto», (as we already said, one of the biggest marginalized and exploited immigrant Ghettos in Europe).
The village, called Emmaus, was chosen also because it’s quite near to the base of «Ghetto OUT «. This Association, founded by the exploited immigrants leaving the Ghetto, will be a focus of our project.
You will be accommodated in multiple rooms (most of them are 4 person rooms). Shower, toilet and any service will be provided. Just remember to bring bed linen as well as towels, and be ready to share your room with a participant from different nationality. One of the main topic of the project is the Inter-Culture, don’t you remember?
We will have 3 meals per day and we will also provide vegetarian food.
Board and lodging during the training course, as well as all programmed costs, are covered by our Erasmus+. Travel expenses will be reimbursed by our organization directly to our partner organization from each country.
Please make sure you respect the maximum amount of money that we can reimburse:
Spain: 275 Euro/participant
In case your ticket is more expensive, you will have to cover the extra costs.
Participants have to buy the tickets themselves and bring/send us all the original documents. Our Association will transfer the money for the participants to the partner organization and the partner organization will reimburse you the money through bank transfer. This can last 1, 2 months after the activity is finished.
Make sure to bring with you the fallowing documents for the reimbursement:
– Plane, bus, train ticket that has your name on it.
– For plane, also the boarding pass,.
– Proof of payment: bank statement if you paid by bank or receipt if you paid by cash
During your stay in Italy, you will not be accident-insured, health-insured and personal liability-insured by us, so if you want please provide such a private insurance in your own country and make sure you will bring it with you. Or you have the possibility, for the health insurance, to ask for the European Health Card which is free of charge and can be procured from your countries (available only for EU member states citizens)
All participants will be able to get a Youthpass certificate after the project.
Youthpass is a part of the European Commission recognition of non-formal learning. It confirms the participation in the training course emphasizing the learning process and individual reflection about new competences that the participants gained during the project. The participants have the possibility to describe what they have done in the project and which skills and competences they have acquired.
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 email@example.com. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. All documents written in english you can send to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “YE Italy Sebastiano.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