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joi, 26 februarie 2015

În perioada 2011-2014 am fost parteneri în 70 de proiecte în aprox. 30 de ţări. Am trimis în jur de 200 de tineri, fără a percepe taxe, în proiecte de tineret dezvoltate sub umbrela Programului Tineret în Acţiune sau Erasmus Plus. 

Din 2014 până în 2020, vechiul program TiA este înlocuit de Erasmus Plus. Diferenţele nu sunt mari, iar uneori, depinde de distanţă, costurile de transport pot fi rambursate 100%. 

De ce merită să mergi într-un proiect internaţional? Mai jos puteţi găsi un filmuleţ ce prezintă motive, dar şi testimoniale ale voluntarilor noştri!



Acestea fiind spuse, vă invităm să participaţi în proiectele noastre! Iată aici, lista proiectelor din 2015:

1. "TC Compass Human Rights Education for Youth", training 18-26 februarie 2015, Fasano, Italia, 3 participanţi

Au participat: Laura Tencaliuc, Ilinca San, Giulia Cenghia
 
It is an Erasmus+ Key Action 1 Mobility of youth workers project (training course).
It will be held in Fasano (Puglia), Italy, from 18 to 26 February 2015, and involve 24 youth workers from 8 Erasmus Plus Programme countries (Italy, Uk, Poland, Lithuania, Macedonia, Greece, Romania and Latvia) as well as a team experts logistical and management support workers. The training course focuses on the Council of Europe’s Human Rights Education Programme – Compass, and the Compass HRE Manual.



2. "Art for Social Inclusion: Energize Europe through Positive Participation", schimb de tineri - 8-15 martie 2015, 9-11 februarie (APV), Sardinia, Italia, 7 participanţi

 Au participat: Sorina Pelipeschi, Adina Apostol, Cristina Corduneanu, Andreea Doban, Gabriela Cîmpeanu, Răzvan Roşu, Andreea Gavril


"Arts for Social Inclusion: Energize Europe through Positive Participation is a youth exchange that will bring together 49 young people (7 participants from 6 partners from different countries, 6 participants and 1 group leader). The participants will come from backgrounds that have been linked with social exclusion such as those who have dropped out of school, the long term unemployed and those lower on the socio-economic scale. Each group will be lead by a young person currently working in the field of social inclusion in order to provide direction to the young people and share best practice. The overall focuses of the project will be to explore, raise awareness of and fight barriers to social inclusion that are central to the participants, and to propound the cornerstone European values of solidarity and brotherhood.
The main aim of the project will be to build the confidence and trust of the participants through the innovative use of a variety of art forms, while educating them in how to improve their participation in society, both in the short and long term, without compromising their individuality and integrity.
Participants will also use non-formal methods to each research and discuss social inclusion and the factors that affect it within their own countries, then work together multi-nationally, using input from their own culture, to raise awareness of and address these issues and the methods in which problems may be resolved. This will be done using the art forms they prefer, thereby promoting and presenting their culture and at the same time becoming part of a larger group and tackling a wider issue. Additionally, time will be given each day towards self-reflection outside of the activities and for young people to approach any topics with staff that they may feel are too private for them to address with the whole group."
The end result of this self-discovery and artistic development will be a 10-15 minute filmed presentation from each group that addresses one of the issues of social inclusion. After the course,  These final videos will offer an understanding of the way in which the constituent countries of the European Union can work together to break down barriers, whilst also celebrating and showcasing their beauty and passion. The films will then be disseminated to partners, relevant organizations and the participants themselves through as many different means as possible."
Originally the project should be done on February but due to the low cash flow and the delays of National Agency we have postponed all the process in order to implement the activities in the best way.
By the way, we have foreseen an Advanced Planned Visit for the days of 9 and 11 of February 2015  and the project from 8 to 15 of March 2015. Please, keep in mind that since we still don't have the contract we are not sure about these dates, we are in communication with our National Agency to get any feedback and confirmation. So, this e-mail is to notice you about the project and if you are in and you can ensure your full participation on it (finding participants and cooperation on travel arrangement, dissemination, etc..).


3. "A Volunteer. To be or not to be? No2", 19-27 Aprilie 2015, schimb de tineri - Epirus, Grecia, 6+1 participanti

Au participat: Anamaria Avadanei, Călin Doleanu, Ana Burduhosu, Marius Mareş, Bianca Mercaş, Florin Şerban, Iustina Privighitoriţa
 
In 2012, Youth Center of Epirus, in collaboration with Youth Club START and Latvian Foster Families Association, implemented a youth exchange “A Volunteer. To be or not to be?”, which was about voluntarism, related to EU citizenship and rural development. It was a successful youth exchange, many voluntarism actions were done, the local community was attracted to volunteerism and participants of the project found it very useful for them. After that project we saw a need for a similar project but with a planned bigger impact on local community, so this youth exchange will be like a continuous one to the previous youth exchange project about volunteerism, only this time we plan to achieve bigger impact, sustainable result and involve much more young people. And what’s very important – with help of volunteerism we would like to develop our region, as well as to share good practices and ideas on volunteerism, development of rural areas and environment with other young people from Europe. We have had some discussions with authorities of our region Pogoni and also got some advices on things we could improve in our area with a help of voluntarism. That’s how born the idea of this youth exchange project related to environment, rural development and volunteerism.
Briefly, the aims of this youth exchange are:
 To exchange experiences, good practices and create new ideas about volunteerism to develop rural areas and care of environment among many young people. In such way volunteerism to develop rural areas and to take care of environment will be popularized by young people in their home countries after the exchange;
 To take care of environment of Epirus and to develop the rural area of Pogoni region and to promote this idea among the community of our region. All participants will be involved in several volunteerism activities that will contribute for development of region of Pogoni and care of environment of several places in Epirus;
 To develop sustainable collaboration between involved youth groups / organizations; to develop ideas for volunteerism actions to develop rural areas or to care of environment in the future;
 To discover and share cultural similarities and differences of involved partner countries, in order to promote intercultural learning among young people.
 To reach objectives of the project, participants during the youth exchange activity will join common activities related to volunteerism, rural development and of course, intercultural learning. Planned activities you can find in a document called Activity Time Table; all planned activities and working methods are going to support non-formal learning of participants.
 Project will involve 28 participants from Greece, Latvia, Lithuania and Romania – 6 participants (16-25) and one group leader from each country. Implementation of youth exchange will be held in village called Koukli, in Epirus region of Greece.


4. "Improving non Formal and Inclusive Competences", 8-15 mai 2015, seminar, Beja, Portugalia, 3 participanţi

 Au participat: Mihai Costin, Sorin Chiruţa, Veronica Prepeliţa

The project aims to involve and empower organizations to increase their abilities in the field of non-formal education and inclusive activities in the area of youth work.
This seminar will take place in Beja, Alentejo, Portugal from the 8th of May to the 15th.
The project is the result of a local partnership with a school, which is a reference in the area of inclusive education for young people with special needs.
Project objectives:
1 - Facilitate the attainment of knowledge, skills and attitudes in the framework of non-formal education;
2 - Increase quality and quantity of projects using non-formal education approach;
3 - Boost non-formal education reputation and sensitise about its value and impact,
4 - Capacitate project managers, youth workers and educators to better deliver inclusive activities for participants with special needs and disabilities;
5 - Create new projects and new training opportunities within the Erasmus+ programme, using non-formal education to youngsters with special needs and disabilities.

 

5. Meet the Myths, 23-30 mai, schimb de tineri, 4+1 participanţi, Stari Grad, insula Hvar, Croaţia

 Au participat: Laura Tencaliuc, Bianca, Altam, Diana Dumitrescu, Andreea Roxana Doban, Gabriel Popovici
 

Every team will prepare for the project and find some myth or legend from their country, and we will also prepare famous and less famous legends for workshops (role playing in groups). The final product of YE will be scrap book with all myths and legends that we were talking and working on, during the project, and the goal will be to send that book „to the world“, to other projects and other people who can fullfill it with myths and legends that they know. During the project, participants will go for one day trip to beautiful national park close to Požega, called Papuk. This YE will last 8 days (arrival and departure day included).

6. "Naturall Together", schimb de tineri, 1-3 mai (APV) + 16-23 mai (schimb), Gümüşhane, Turcia, 6 participanţi
Au participat: Raluca Dăscăliţa, Mirela Maria Grosu, Sergiu Zeleonenshi, Petrişor Petrescu

NATUR-ALL TOGETHER, is a youth exchange of  4 countries, serves to show young participants the real importance of human relations, beauty of nature and being  part of a community. As technology develops, people engagement and communication change and wear quite other aspects. People complain about how their lives have become so digital and less social while they have no power to resist to the convenience that technology is serving as a solution to everyday rush. Social media, technology, video/flash game creates a world without social and interactive relations and people don't have enough to change this vicious circle because of their daily struggle to live although they are very much aware of the problem. Life has become so digital and electronic that people don't realize the beauty in life anymore. Most people are addicted to social media and flash games which turns such beneficial communication technologies into bad habits. Being a part of a community and interacting with other people have become burdens for those who spend most of their lives looking towards a screen and not seeing anything.
People are living in big houses, multi-floor apartments and really far from green and nature. All they see is the chaos of everyday struggle of people who try to make ends meet. Young people try to build their lives from the very early ages and miss colorful moments life brings them since they either don't have time or don't prefer to exchange technology with it.  All age groups are subject to this alienation to feelings and life itself. Youth, however, are more susceptible to alienation since they have never lived in any other form, born into this virtual world. NATURALL wants to change this circle and introduce this mechanic youth another way where they can feel productive, happy and alive. Social skills and productivity of youth will be fostered and they will realize how they can actually live without online games, excessive exploitation of social media and city cram.  NATURALL is originated in a small village because youth will go back to where life has begun and realize what they miss every day. Activities and project schedule has been created in a way that young people will create, enjoy and produce; all three verbs that no other city facility or mobile application can serve at the same time. They will be socially engaged with their friends, build cognitive and social skills and also be more alert the life that keeps passing around them. Specific objectives of NATURALL can be listed as below:
Specific objectives of NATURALL can be listed as below; - Young people will understand how relationships matter in life more than virtual friendships - Young people will interact with life both mentally and physically during activities so that they will realize what they have been missing - Village culture coming from the past will tighten up the bonds of youth with their past and elder surrounding - Dealing with farms and field work will give them a sense of appreciation on what they obtain from life
-  Interactive communication and social abilities of participants will develop in a greater level because they will be in relation with new cultures, new life styles and all age groups - Young people will understand how change may affect their lives and act on this thought for the rest of their lives.  PARTICIPANT PROFILE: There will be 24 young participants with equal gender balance in the project process. Ages of participants will be between 18-30. During the project preparation process, selection of participants are decided to have certain criteria; -being eager to work, ability to work with groups
-using social media and computer applications very often -participants with socially and financially disasvantageous backgrounds will have priority


7. "Eco-Active in the City", training, 17-24 mai 2015, Wrocław, Polonia, 3 participanţi

 Au participat: Brînduşa Doleanu, Sabina Boboc, Anca Moroi
 

The main activity of the project will be Training Course „Eco – Active in the City”, which will be held in Wrocław, Poland, in the Spring of 2015. The project will gather 27 youth workers from 9 European countries.
The main objective of the project is to promote youth entrepreneurship as a way to fight social exclusion. Participants will also learn basic ideas of Sustainable Development as a development strategy of the EU, will learn European mechanisms of support for young entrepreneurs, and will experience examples of good practices running in an urbanized environment.
The project will be based on non-formal learning principle and will use methods such as brainstorming, discussions, debates, presentations, group work and other methods and will be implemented by an experienced team of trainers. 


8. Young Europeans in Charge, 26 mai 2015 – 2 iunie 2015, schimb de tineri, Djakovo, Croaţia

Au participat: Dragoş Andrei Preutescu, Bogdan Muche, Ioana Dora Dragulanescu, Iustin Beldiman, Mădălina Loghin, Georgiana Batalan

The YE aims to bring together young people from Europe to discuss the meaning of youth participation and volunteering in order to give new impulses for European Citizenship Education, to share possible ways to break the issue down for the practice in international youth work and to come up with creative ideas and support for practitioners in the international youth field. Exchange "Young Europeans in Charge" is project that will be hosted by Civilna, edukativna i transparentna platforma, in Djakovo, Croatia from 26.05.2015 until 02.06.2015 and will gather 36 young people and leaders from Croatia, Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Macedonia and Romania.

9. SigNature - nature as a non-formal learning environment, 1-9 iunie 2015, training - National park Muranska Planina, Slovacia

Au participat: Mihaela Diana Podariu, Ilina Sănduc, Cătălina Aciobăniţei, Nona Alexandra, Bogdan Ciobanu 

SigNature - nature as a non-formal learning environment is a training course, where the healthy behavior and lifestyle through the promotion of the practice of outdoor activities, herbs knowledge and natural lifestyle principles is promoted. Main aim of the project is to provide greater understanding of interconnections between formal and non-formal education by using natural resources and activities in nature as a non-formal learning environment within the educational process.
Other important objective of this project is to create new good quality projects and sustainable network within Erasmus + while using non-formal education tools and methods in the nature as well as to to enhance the capacity of  project managers, youth workers and educators to use the tools and methods of non-formal education more often in the nature and with better understanding of these tools.

PROJECT PARTNER COUNTRIES
 In order to provide the variety of approaches and different aspects of nature knowledge there will be 25  youth workers from different "corners" of the Europe - starting from western EU to eastern EU - Portugal, Italy, Slovakia, Finland, Romania. Together five civil society organization from rural areas and small cities  will meet in summer 2015 for 9 working days in national park Muranska Planina to build up the tool for the rural schools in order to develop more attractive educational process in the nature in order to prevent early school leavers according the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy. The participants, who have special connection to the nature, because they are from rural areas, will have an important role in order to provide the exchange of experience and good practices examples. Each project countries will have a different role to introduce their system and to create the common output - the Manual for the schools - with the name Our SigNature.

VENUE & PLANNED DATES
National park Muranska Planina
Date: 1.6.2015 - 9.6. 2015

RESULTS/ OUTPUTS
1x Our SigNature - Manual for rural schools in using nature as a non-formal learning environment.
1x traning course
25 trained youth workers coming from rural areas and small cities
1 effective network with real European outreach
1 study visit and implementation of the Manual in the rural school of Muranska Planina


10. "Project HEALTH", 5 - 12 iunie 2015, schimb de tineri - Epirus, Grecia
 Au participant: Cătălina Costandache, Camelia Ciocîrlan, Bogdan Abrudan, Adrian Alexa
 

Health of young people always has been a very important topic. In 2013, we implemented a youth exchange based on topic of health and active lifestyle and all participants came to a conclusion that for many young people (aged 15-30) education about health provided by their parents and by formal education is not enough to realize the importance of taking care of their health. During that project, we also came up with conclusions that it’s shocking how few young people live an actual healthy lifestyle with its all forms of interpretation and how many of us knew young people suffering from serious health problems.
We want to carry out this project, because we believe that bringing young people together for an international youth exchange can be amazing experience of directly involved participants for their intercultural learning and also it would be a great way how to make young people to be interested in tackling this issue of health situation among young people of Europe. We hope that this project will give us a chance to influence also young people of our region to pay attention to their health and to popularize this issue of health and to give young people some motivation and directions for tackling the issue.
Briefly, the aims of this youth exchange are:
 To motivate young people to pay attention to their health situation,
 To give education to other young people about health issues and active lifestyle,
 To create and implement ideas (projects) for popularization of healthy and active lifestyle among friends and local communities and to give education to young people about skills needed to implement their ideas,
 To make young people to realize that need for an active and healthy lifestyle is something in common for all young people and that participating in activities with aim to tackle health issues can be something that can bring young people from different countries together,
 To improve cultural awareness among the participants of the project.
 To reach objectives of the project, participants during the youth exchange activity will join common activities related to healthy lifestyle, project/action design and intercultural learning. Planned activities you can find in a document called Activity Time Table; all planned activities and working methods are going to support non-formal learning of participants.
 Project will involve 25 participants from Greece, Latvia, Lithuania Italy and Romania – 4 participants (16-25) and one group leader from each country. Implementation of youth exchange will be held in village called Koukli, in Epirus region of Greece.


11. Emotional Intelligence and Youth Work,  7-14 iunie 2015, UK
Au participat: Gabriela Cîmpeanu, Anca Damian 
 
“Emotional Intelligence and Youth Work”
Arrival Date: 7th June 2015 Departure Date: 14th June 2015
Worcester, United Kingdom
INTRODUCTION
The following training course focuses on the themes of health (mental and emotional health) and European awareness. It will bring together 39 youth workers, youth organisations coordinating staff as well as volunteers from across Europe. The aims are to promote high standards in youth projects by working collaboratively together to increase the knowledge and competences of youth workers, leaders and project coordinators/managers, developing guidelines to implement safe, quality projects.
The objectives are:
- To enable participants to become more effective communicators with young people, staff and others
- To teach participants the fundamental principles of emotional intelligence enabling them to understand themselves and others better
- To give participants tools on how to manage conflict situations by increasing understanding of why conflicts occur
- To give participants tools to communicate effectively across social and cultural barriers using emotional intelligence
- To give the participants tools to design an Intercultural Learning process and to prepare participants for an intercultural meeting;
- To promote new partnerships among the participants;
- To promote the confidence of organizers of youth projects in working with challenging young people and to encourage them to be more inclusive in their recruitment and preparation methods
This project will be an excellent opportunity to develop key competences and to share good practices across Europe, to develop strong relationships between partners and so to multiply the effects of the course by increasing the cooperation between partners through the development of new projects and initiatives.
The project will see the implementation of various non-formal education methods such as ice-breakers and energisers, team building exercises, small group discussions, role-plays, individual reflection, feedback and evaluation activities.

   
12. "YES Radio - Young Europeans Speak up", 8-10 mai (APV), 22-30 iunie schimbul de tineri, Sardinia, Italia
 Au participat: Gabriela Cîmpeanu, Alexandra Comăniciu, Patricia Maria Mureșan, Sergiu Zeleonenchi, Andreea Budurcă, Popa Mihail, Valeriu Cazan

In 2015 Asociazione Intercultrale NUR wants to host a Youth Exchange (KA1) on youth participation through active journalism.
Our main aims are to make young participants more aware of the importance of access to information and to first hand involvement in local social life through active journalism.
The main tool we’ll use to work on the topic will be a web radio. Thanks to the cooperation with a local web radio we’ll work on arguments such as interviews, fact checking, technical requirements for a digital web radio, audio editing, live streaming and so on.


13. Personal Upgrade, schimb de tineri, 3-12  iulie, Olanda
Au participat: Gabriela Cîmpeanu, Alexandra Comăniciu, Manuel Martinez Liria, Damian Furdui, Delia Bălan, Dora Drăgulănescu 


Context - background
The theme of our project is to develop yourself by doing something good for someone else . There are several topics: the disabled, minorities and social dialogue . There is a big difference in the care and welfare in the various European lands. Our first youth exchange showed that the differences within Europe are great in the field of taking care for minorities in a country. ( theme of the exchange was anti - discrimination) . Basis on this information, we have devised this into a project, so that young people can develop by doing voluntary work in the Netherlands itself.
Objectives of the project
- Young people learn in ten days of each other's culture through activities and to enter into dialog with each other.
- Young people learn to know themselves better in ten days , to learn from each other and gain new insights into helping other people.
- Young people learn in ten days to do voluntary work for  minorities (how you can help other people) - Young people learn in ten days skills to discover their talents and develop.              
Number and profile of participants
The participants will be in the age of 16-25 years ( which is the focus ). Six youngsters and one group leader from four countries will participate. The group will consist out of boys and girls (the same amount) and  the diversity within the group will be large . We want different young people from different backgrounds involved in the project . Thinking of ( potential ) drop outs , youth who have had nothing to do with  volunteer work, young people who are active as volunteers , etc. It is also important that young people can make themselves understood in English and can understand English.
Results:
- Young people know more about each other's culture , mutual contacts and new friendships are formed.
- Young people have come to know themselves better and have learned to reflect themselves. They also have felt what it is like to volunteer.
- Young people have discovered some of their talents which they can use in the future .
- Young people have learned to be open to other cultures , visions and possibilities and come out stronger.
Potential longer -term benefits :
- Young people are committed more in the minority in their own country.
- Young people learn how to prepare and carry out an activity , which they can use for activities they wish to carry out in their own country .
- Young people learn to reflect themselves and may have benefit as they are (starting ) professional.


14. A Step Forward Towards a Gender Equality, 13-18 July 2015, training, Palermo Province, Italia 
Au participat: Elsa Belnevic, Camil Iorga, Andrei Agapi
 
“A Step Forward towards a gender Equality” is a 5-day training course that will involve 30 youth workers coming from 10 European countries and 2 trainers. It will take place in the Municipality of Montemaggiore (Palermo province) from the 13th until the 18th of July 2015.
The main aim of this project is to contribute to the process of building tolerant integrated society based on respect to the gender equality and cultural diversity with active intercultural cooperation and dialogue, through raising the awareness of a group of youth workers about the theme of gender identity and cultural diversity and through supporting their development as youth workers and peer educators in this field in their communities. The training course is focused  on supporting the target group of the project and on making further impact on the local communities involved.
TARGET
Target group of this project are youth leaders coming from various youth structures – youth organizations, various clubs, informal groups. While participating in this training course, the  youth leaders will have a chance to develop themselves as individuals, but also as active social citizens. Having in mind that the project will gather young people from various parts of Europe who will work on topics of common European interest, we believe that this training course has a strong European dimension.
The activity program will offer place and time for exchanging ideas for future cooperation in the field, and the trainers will provide both on-the-spot and follow-up support to the interested organizations and individuals.
NUMBER AND PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS
The project will bring together 32 youth workers, from 10 different European countries: Portugal, Bulgaria, Check Republic, Germany, Greece, Romania, Croatia, Turkey, Lithuania and Italy, 3 youth workers per country, 2 trainers coming from Italy and Germany. The participants to be involved must possess different cultural backgrounds, social situation and personal life values.


15. EurHope, 27 iulie - 5 august, schimb de tineri în Asturia, Spania, 4 participanţi + 1 lider Au participat: Au participat: Damin Furdui, Elena Ungureanu, Ioana Cozma, Lăcrămioara Maftei, Dragoș Popa

Recalling that 100 years ago, young people from all over Europe were sent across the continent to go off to war, in this Youth Exchange we'd like to gather youngsters from some of the main countries involved in the First World War and, while having great fun together, having also the chance to think about how things have changed over the last century and ...why not?... to debate around how things will be within 100 years!

Needless to say, our idea is not of getting into boring details of historical events or studying dates! We'd rather take part in attractive and dynamic activities, celebrating how easy, enriching and funny it might be to get to know each other and, at the same time, we'll explore interesting facts through games and excercises such as simulations, role-playings, and “historical settings” to get the atmosphere...


Practical features:

Youth Exchange in Asturias, our beautiful region in the northern coast of SPAIN!

6 countries involved

5 people from each national group (4 young people + 1 group leader)

Age: 18 – 23 years old (no age limit for the group leader)

Venue: a very cosy youth hostel, located in a natural environment at only 8 Km from Oviedo (capital of the region).

Dates: 1 week at the end of July – beginning of August. (July 27th - August 5th)

Working language: English.

The young participants have to be willing to communcate each other, but don't need to speak “a very good English” and at any time during the exchange the information provided will be supproted by non verbal communication and translations whenever needed. (The group leader, on the other hand, should be able to fluently participate in the preparation/evaluation meetings and, if necessary, help the rest of the group with translations).

Activities and methodology: based in Non Formal Education, the Youth Exchange will combine outdoor activities such as hiking, sport, city tours etc. with team-buildings, roleplayings, language “express classes”, and many other activities to help young people to get to know each other and explore different cultures.


16. Tc "E-ACT" European Active Citizens Today, 19-26 august 2015, Roma, Italia, 3 participanţi
 Au participat: Mihaela Diana Podariu, Larisa Zugravu, Andreea Crețu
 

Short description of the project:
The training course “E-ACT. European Active Citizens Today" is an Erasmus+ Key Action 1 Mobility of youth workers project which will be hosted from the Association SOS Diritti e Legalità from Rome. There are 7 countries involved (Italy and 3 Partners: Armenia, Ukraine and Belarus and 3 programme: Romania, Greece, Portugal) with 3 participants each.
The training aims to help people who are working with young people in Europe to develop activities on the theme of European Citizenship. Participants will be able to reflect about European citizenship, European identity and key Values such as participation in the development of democracy and respect for cultural diversity. Discussing, sharing experiences, getting new tools how to foster active citizenship to other youngsters will be the main aim of this training. A special focus will be dedicated how to work with young people who come from disadvantage background and learn new tools how to empower them.
Objectives of this training are:
- Support the professional development of youth workers and youth leaders by extending their critical understanding of European Citizenship, exploring and experiencing its potential and enabling them to recognize and integrate European Citizenship in their youth work;
- Stimulate young people to engage more in society providing them with different tools for empowerment (youth advocacy);
- Develop and consolidate innovative training approaches in the field of Human Rights and European Citizenship, increasing capacity of youth by using alternative methods;
- Make young people multipliers aware of Human Rights and European common values providing them with skills and tools to enhance their activities;
- Contribute to intercultural learning of young people coming from different backgrounds and  promote the understanding and respect for cultural diversity and intercultural cooperation;
- Sustain and widen existing networks and sustainable partnership among partner organizations for future E+ projects.
“E-ACT. European Active Citizens Today” will be implemented with the valuable use of non-formal methodology, that enable active participation, group cohesion and a safe learning environment. Learning by doing approach will follow the program and the sessions will be planned carefully to tackle all the necessary elements.
Expert trainers contribution will enrich the learning of participants and give them a chance to get answers for their questions regarding the topic. They cover a variety of expertise and they shall add more value to the activity and enrich the experience of the participants.
TRAVEL EXPENSES: According to the rules of the E+ and the location of your organizations indicated at application stage (PIC data), the calculated amount for your travel expenses per participant is:
- Armenia: 360 euros
- Ukraine: 275 euros
- Belarus: 275 euros
- Romania: 275 euros
- Greece: 275 euros
- Portugal: 275 euros
This is the maximum amount that you will receive per person (up to the amount evidenced by receipts, boarding passes, etc., economy/2nd class travel only, shortest and cheapest route without stopovers)
We will also charge a participation fee of 25 EUR per person, to be deducted from your travel cost reimbursement. This is to ensure that everyone contributes to the costs of the project at least symbolically.
*We kindly ask you to keep all your travel documents (invoices and boarding passes). We will inform you about the documents required once we hear back from the Italian NA
 PARTICIPANTS PER GROUP: We expect 3 participants per group. Participants will be either volunteer or professional youth workers and youth leaders, active in youth work on local or European level. Participants need to be motivated to engage as active citizens in their local communities.
The course will be held in English, so all participants need to be able to communicate in English!


17. Training course - Explaining Europe, 4-11 septembrie, Krzyżowa, Polonia, 3 participanți

Au participat: Andrei Avadanei, Ştefana Luca, Anca Damian
Detalii aici: http://asirys.blogspot.ro/2015/08/explaining-europe-training-in-polonia.html
 
18. TC I-COACH - Intercultural Coaching for Youth Workers, 8-15 septembrie, Fasano, Italia, 3 participanţi

  Au participat: Mădălina Ştefan, Cosmin Boca, Andreea Enache
 

Short description of the project:

The training course "I-COACH Intercultural Coaching for Youth Workers " is an Erasmus+ - Key Action 1 – Mobility of youth workers project.
There are  8 Erasmus Plus programme countries involved (Italy, Poland, Lithuania, Romania, Greece, Portugal, Spain and Estonia) with 3 participants each.

The training’s main objective is to increase coaching competencies of youth workers who are working with youngsters with fewer opportunities or socially excluded. Active listening, asking the right question, giving and receiving feedback are some among concepts that we will be exploring in our training. The training also aims to give participants a better understanding of coaching compared with similar helping professions such as counselling, mentoring, advising, psychotherapy.

Objectives of this training are:
- To explore the concept of coaching and the differences with similar helping professions;
 - To provide concrete soft skill for young workers in order to act as multipliers in their organizations or communities;
- To develop young people’s practice in active listening and rephrasing and non-violent communication as a basic skill for a more effective communication;
- Train youth activists, leaders and youth workers how to ask the right questions to foster critical thinking in young people;
- Develop youth workers ability to formulate and receive feedback by managing emotions;
- Train youth workers on brining youth people towards action,  visualizing and setting the right goals;
- Train youth workers to  improve skills such as leadership, communication and decision-making;
 - Train youth workers to apply coaching skills in intercultural environments thought the concept of social inclusion;
- Create a peer group of young motivated and creative people that can act as multipliers in their organizations or communities

The TC programme will facilitate the exchange of experience and best practices among participants from different European Organizations. The methodology used during the training will consist of on-formal learning methods including ice-breakers, brainstorming, working groups, role-plays, daily feedback and active participation.TRAVEL EXPENSES:

According to the rules of the E+ and the location of your organisations indicated at application stage (PIC data), the calculated amount for your travel expenses per participant is:
- Poland: 275 euros
- Lithuania: 275 euros
- Romania: 275 euros
- Greece: 275 euros
- Portugal: 360 euros
- Spain: 275 euros
- Estonia: 360 euros

This is the maximum amount that you will receive per person (up to the amount evidenced by receipts, boarding passes, etc., economy/2nd class travel only, shortest and cheapest route without stopovers, as it was in YiA)

We will also charge a participation fee of 25 EUR per person, to be deducted from your travel cost reimbursement. This is to ensure that everyone contributes to the costs of the project at least symbolically.

*We kindly ask you to keep all your travel documents (invoices and boarding passes). We will inform you about the documents required once we hear back from the Italian NA

PARTICIPANTS PER GROUP:
We expect 3 participants per group.Participants will be either volunteer or professional youth workers and youth leaders, active in youth work on local or European level. Participants need to be motivated to engage as active citizens in their local communities.
The course will be held in English, so all participants need to be able to communicate in English! 


19. Youth Exchange Rural by Pass, 7-13 octombrie 2015, Beja, Portugalia, 6 participanţi
 Au participat: Iosif Valentin (lider), Marius Aştefanei, Croitoru Vlad Marian, Denisa BD, Tătaru Ionuţ Alexandru Geosanu Ana Maria

Detalii despre proiect: http://asirys.blogspot.ro/2015/09/schimb-de-tineri-in-portugalia-rural-by.html

20. Training Course “Taking Steps to success”, 10 - 17.10.2015, Berkovitsa/Bulgaria, 5 participanți 
 

Au participat: Victor Cozma, Mihai Moisa, Cosmin Boca, Adelina Asmarandei, Cristi Constantin

This is a Training Course that will be organized by Association for international mobility, as applicant and a host, held in Berkovitsa, Bulgaria, from 10.10.2015. until 17.10.2015, aimed to gather 36 youth workers, professionals or associates from Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Serbia, Macedonia, Romania and the Netherlands, in order to tackle specific topics from the domain of entrepreneurship.
Main objectives of the project are:
- Widen the knowledge; equipping with right skills and competences for job creation among youth.
- Exchange knowledge, experience and good practices on entrepreneurship and share personal views and practices.
- Encourage youth participation especially in starting their own business as entrepreneurs, with big dreams and realistic actions.
- Foster creativity, competitiveness, and sense of initiative toward self-employment through creation of small or micro enterprise.
- Create the Manual on steps to success, compiling the results of the project, recommendations and steps on how to bare and maintain the enterprise. 

- Creating network of young people and organizations, fostering mutual cooperation and future actions under Erasmus+ programme.

21. Training course: Gamification, 13-20 octombrie 2015, Krzyżowa, Polonia, 3 participanți
Au participat: Laura Bîrhală, Andreea Vodă, Cătălin Gulie
Mai multe detalii despre proiect: http://asirys.blogspot.ro/2015/09/gamification-training-in-polonia.html

22. Training course: YOUR SOCIAL FOOTPRINT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP - 17 - 25 octombrie, Tomaszów Lubelski, Polonia

 Au participat: Carmina Elena, AUGUSTINA DENISA TODEA, Suzana-Iuliana Lupoian

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” . Reflecting on the
quote above, we realized the strength of social entrepreneurship, which is using the method of entrepreneurship in bringing innovative solutions on social problems through “teaching how to fish” instead of “giving fishes”.
Firstly, we organize this project to promote value of using entrepreneurship approach for social problems, and to encourage non-governmental organization to use this model to apply on the issues they are working on.
Secondly, through the training we want to realize the entrepreneurial potential of young people and to encourage
them to use the potential in bringing positive impact.


Participants will be visiting entrepreneurial organizations, hosting interesting guest speakers and in an informal way
learning about public speaking, business models, market research and creativity. We believe that young people have
an important role in addressing social problems in their communities and if they are empowered they can act as change
agents in their societies. We want to pass this tool to the young leaders and promote it for bringing a social change.
Aim
The training course aims to promote entrepreneurial approach for bringing social change, to make young people
learn from the context of social entrepreneurship in Poland, and to equip them with competencies and tools needed
for initiating social venture ideas in their societies.
Participants

24 youth workers and leaders from Poland, Macedonia, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, France and Bulgaria, who:
- preferably work or in another way are active in the youth field,
- are interested in entrepreneurship or social entrepreneurship topic,
- are eager to learn and gain new skills and knowledge. 


23. Training course: Active Against Discrimination, 25 octombrie - 2 noiembrie 2015, Krzyżowa, Polonia, 3 participanți
Au participat: Cătălina Riznic, Gisela Petrila, Cătălin Grădinariu 

Mai multe detalii despre proiect, aici: http://asirys.blogspot.ro/2015/09/training-in-polonia-active-against.html 

24. Strategic project: Coordination meeting – 30.11 – 07.12. 2015, Palic, “Majkin Salas”, Serbia, 1 persoană
A participat: Mihaela Diana Podariu

25. Training Course: Impact Entrepreneurship, 12-19 decembrie 2015, Avila, Spania, 2 persoane
Au participat: Mihaela Diana Podariu, Cosmin Boca

#creativity, iulie-august 2015, schimb de tineri, Epirus, Grecia* amânat pentru o perioadă nespecificată
We are glad to announce that our planned youth exchange project " #creativity " was approved for implementation by Greek National Agency. The preparation for the project will start at the 1st of May 2015, implementation of the project is predicted in July-August of 2015, according to availabilities and possibilities of all involved partner organisations and participants of the project.

Involved organisations in this project are:

Youth Center of Epirus, Greece (hosting and coordinating organisation)
ASIRYS, Romania
Asociacion Cultural Integra, Spain
Liepaja's Youth Group, Latvia
Stichting Jeugd en jongerenwerk Midden-Holland, the Netherlands
Grupo de Jovens Novo Mundo, Portugal

By the 1st of May we will send you an info pack and all other stuff necessary to start the preparation for the project. Also the exact dates will be set around 1st of May, in communication with all the involved partner organisations. Each organization should select participants for the project by 1st of June, which also can be done earlier. Participant selection by the 1st of June is very important, because we will give chances to all participants to be involved in decision making for various practical details of the project. 


Open Doors, iulie-august 2015, schimb de tineri, Epirus, Grecia *amânat pentru o perioadă nespecificată
The preparation for the project will start at the 1st of May 2015, implementation of the project is predicted in July-August of 2015, according to availabilities and possibilities of all involved partner organisations and participants of the project.

Involved organisations in this project are:
Youth Center of Epirus, Greece (hosting and coordinating organisation)
Associazione Uniamoci Onlus, Italy
Asociacion Socioeducative Un Paso Adelante, Spain
Liceul Moldova from ASIRYS, Romania

By the 1st of May we will send you an info pack and all other stuff necessary to start the preparation for the project. Also the exact dates will be set around 1st of May, in communication with all the involved partner organisations. Each organization should select participants for the project by 1st of June, which also can be done earlier. Participant selection by the 1st of June is very important, because we will give chances to all participants to be involved in decision making for various practical details of the project.



Această listă se actualizează în funcţie de informaţiile pe care le primim de la parteneri. Până la finalul lunii ianuarie vom şti rezultatele pentru toate proiectele din prima jumătate a anului 2015. 

Într-un proiect internaţional cazarea şi masa sunt asigurate 100%, iar transportul poate fi decontat 100% dacă vă încadraţi în limitele bugetare menţionate de organizatori. 
Oricine poate participa în proiectele noastre, dacă realizează activităţi de voluntariat în cadrul SUPER TINERI. Dacă doriţi să participaţi, vă rugăm să ne trimiteţi propunerile voastre de activităţi pe www.facebook.com/ASIRYS. 
 
În cele 70 de proiecte în care am trimis participanţi, competiţia a fost foarte scăzută! Nu vom trimite persoane care nu se implică înaintea proiectului în activităţi de voluntariat în cadrul asociaţiei noastre.

SUPER TINERII din Iaşi

marți, 24 februarie 2015

Nu atât locul aduce schimbarea, cât oamenii!
Super Voluntarii își doresc să împărtășească această veste.
Dar… care este modul cel mai simplu de a o face?
Printr-un exemplu concret!
Astfel, tinerii curajoși, determinați și cu idei inovatoare din Iași, s-au decis să se pună pe treabă și să reprezinte un exemplu; să arate că acolo unde se vrea, se poate; că nu trebuie să aștepți oportunitățile, ci să ți le faci!
Cum?
Au început prin a forma 3 departamente în orașul natal (2 de Evenimente și unul de Marketing), cu scopul de a da vestea-n țară că Asociația Super Tineri ASIRYS se extinde, având, în prezent, peste 100 de voluntari activi. Voluntarii cu obiective mărețe și multe planuri de activități culturale vor face în așa fel încât să le arate celorlalți că nu trebuie să fii neapărat din Tîrgu Frumos ca să-ți dorești dezvoltarea unui asemenea oraș promițător și primitor, ci trebuie să muncești constant pentru ca un oraș atât de frumos să fie recunoscut și apreciat la adevăratul său potențial.


Noi ne apucăm de lucru, tu când ni te alături?


Săptămâna 23.02-1.03
Lider echipă- Gabriela Cîmpeanu


Departamentul Evenimente I
1. Sabina Boboc
2. Anca Damian
3. Laura Morosanu
4. Ana Damaschin
5. Arina Vrabie
6. Ioana Alunculesei
7. Gabi Popovici
8. Alexandra Anița

Activități:
-    Organizarea unui eveniment (+poze)=30 puncte
*inovații=5 puncte
-    50 de fișe completate=15 puncte
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Axfs0DXySKAQwwbbI0W3SU9X9FgDhJuV955LIrd3_D4/viewform?c=0&w=1
 

Departamentul Marketing
1. Brîndușa Doleanu
2. Bogdan Fuior
3. Mirela Grosu
4. Simina Teodorescu
5. Bianca Simion
6. Mara Dorofte
7. Vlad Iftime
8. Ștefan Buraga


Activități:
-    Promovarea pe Facebook: 100 like-uri=10 puncte (10 390 likes - 22.02.2015)
-    Eveniment de promovare (Flash-mob, prezentări în liceu etc+poze)=5 puncte
-    Film de promovare Tîrgu Frumos/ Asociația Super Tineri=10 puncte
-    Un interviu video sau scris cu o personalitate locală=6 puncte
-    O știre interesantă, un articol de o pagină pe un anumit subiect de interes în domeniul cultural/social/turistic/economic pentru Tîrgu Frumos=4 puncte
-    Articole scrise în word despre orașul Tîrgu Frumos (altele decât cele de pe www.asirys.blogspot.com)= 3 puncte articolul

Departamentul Evenimente II

1.    Răzvan Roșu
2.    Patricia Mureșan
3.    Sergiu Zeleonenchi
4.    Alexandra Arhip
5.    Diana Budescu
6.    Diana Alexandra Lupu
7.    Alexandra Comăniciu
8.    Iuliana Verștiuc

Activități:
-    Organizarea unui eveniment (+poze)=30 puncte
*inovații=5 puncte
-    50 de fișe completate=15 puncte
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Axfs0DXySKAQwwbbI0W3SU9X9FgDhJuV955LIrd3_D4/viewform?c=0&w=1

Acțiunile de sustenabilitate vor putea fi incluse în oricare dintre departamente: pentru fiecare 100 lei colectați, veți obține 20 puncte, iar pentru fiecare obiect tradițional adus la muzeul ASIRYS, veți primi cel puțin 5 puncte (un război de țesut: 20 de puncte). Pentru fiecare membru nou în echipă, veți obține 4 puncte.


Prima etapă (19.01-15.02)- punctaje => total = 237 puncte
1)    Gabriela Cîmpeanu: 15+60+70=145
2)    Sabina Boboc: 12+5+2=19
3)    Bogdan Fuior: 20+3=23
4)    Brîndușa Doleanu: 5+2=7
5)    Alexandra Comăniciu: 2
6)    Anca Damian: 15+3=18
7)    Gabi Popovici: 5+3=8
8)    Răzvan Roșu: 5+3=8
9)    Patricia Maria Mureșan: 5+2=7


A doua etapă (23.02-1.03) - punctaje
1.    Gabriela Cîmpeanu:
2.    Sabina Boboc:
3.    Bogdan Fuior:
4.    Brîndușa Doleanu:
5.    Alexandra Comăniciu:
6.    Anca Damian:
7.    Gabi Popovici:
8.    Răzvan Roșu:
9.    Patricia Maria Mureșan:
10.    Iuliana Verștiuc:
11.    Arina Vrabie: 4+
12.    Laura Moroșanu:
13.    Simina Teodorescu:
14.    Alexandra Anița:
15.    Bianca Simion:
16.    Ana Damaschin:
17.    Diana Budescu:
18.    Ștefan Buraga: 4+
19.    Mirela Maria Grosu:
20.    Sergiu Zeleonenchi:
21.    Alexandra Arhip:
22.    Ioana Alunculesei:
23.    Vlad Iftime:
24.    Mara Dorofte:
25.    Diana Alexandra Lupu:


Voluntari recrutați: Vlad Iftime, Ioana Alunculesei


Scris de Gabriela Cîmpeanu

Departamente & echipe: săptămânile 1 şi 2

duminică, 15 februarie 2015

După 4 săptămâni active şi cu rezultate peste aşteptări, continuăm pregătirea voluntarilor noştri, in cadrul unor noi departamente, ce vor solicita multă creativitate şi spirit de iniţiativă. Cum scopul nostru pentru următorii doi ani este să transformăm Tirgu Frumos intr-un oraş cultural, activitatea din cadrul departamentelor le va permite voluntarilor să exerseze, să se dezvolte, să lucreze in echipe diverse şi dificile, să organizeze, să creeze şi in final, să dobândească competenţele necesare liderilor şi antreprenorilor sociali.

Acestea fiind spuse, vă prezentăm echipele ce vor activa in săptămâna: 23 februarie - 1 martie 2015. Menţionăm că in săptămâna 16-22 februarie se vor realiza cursuri de pregătire cu fiecare echipă. 

Departamentul Jurnalism

Ştefania Burlui, Adnana Calmonschi, Mădălina Loghin, Ştefana Vintilă, Silviu Romaniuc, Cristina Melii, Raluca Codreanu, Răzvan Hurbea, Ana-Maria Butnariu, Andreea Doban (10 membri)

- un interviu video sau scris, cu o personalitate locală: 6 puncte
- o ştire interesantă, un articol de o pagină pe un anumit subiect de interes în domeniul cultural/social/turistic/economic pentru Tîrgu Frumos: 4 puncte
- un foto-reportaj despre Tîrgu Frumos: 5 puncte
- inovaţii: 5 puncte

Departamentul Agricultură

Casiana Muşat, Rozalia Iuraşcu, Victor Bolotă, Andreea Gavril, Iustina Privighitoriţa, Dragoş Arteni, Bianca Mercaş, Iustin Spătariu, Ioan Istrate, Daniel Hogaş (10 membri)

- 5 ore muncă la grădina ASIRYS: 15 puncte
- inovaţii: 5 puncte (plantarea de arbuşti sau plante medicinale atipice, realizarea unui stup etc.)

Departamentul Design şi Arhitectură

Andreea Sâtă, Sergiu Asofiei, Ana Burduhosu, Alexandru Bărbieru, Sabina Boboc, Iustin Beldiman, Dana Olaru, Ioana Savin, Alexandra Marcu, Şerban Florin (10 membri)

- recondiţionarea unui parc sau a unui spaţiu abandonat din Tîrgu Frumos: 40 puncte
- inovaţii: 5 puncte

Departamentul Arte

Marius Mareş, Mihai Farcaş, Vlad Acatrinei, Călin Doleanu, Georgiana Batalan, Cezara Ciobanu, Adina Apostol, Cosmin Carciuc, Lavinia Rândaşu, Elena Marcu (10 membri)

- organizarea unui eveniment artistic sau cultural: 10 puncte
- organizarea unui atelier de formare într-un domeniu artistic sau cultural: 12 puncte
- inovaţii: 5 puncte

Departamentul Planificare Proiecte

Ştefan Carp, Albert Iuraşcu, Cătălin Acatrinei, Elena Roman, Florin Păduraru, Sara Florici, Bianca Muraru, Alexandra Mihai, Cristina Corduneanu, Brânduşa Doleanu (10 membri)

- scrierea unui proiect de finanţare: 20 puncte
- planul de organizare pentru echipă: 6 puncte
- inovaţii: 5 puncte

Departamentul Marketing

Mihai Gaciu, Cristina Florici, Petru Atodiresei, Beatrice Popa, Ana Maria Zabulică, Bogdan Băcică, Denisa Văscăneanu, Răzvan Nechifor, Laura Bârsan, Ştefan Grapă (10 membri)

- promovarea paginii www.facebook.com/TirguFrumos: 100 de likes - 10 puncte (22.02.2015: 3936 likes)
-  50 de fişe completate - 15 puncte
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Axfs0DXySKAQwwbbI0W3SU9X9FgDhJuV955LIrd3_D4/viewform?c=0&w=1

Departamentul Media

Paul Moroi, Georgiana Bejenaru, Bianca Altam, Bogdan Avasiloaei, Vasilică Doroşcan, Mihaela Necula, Ştefan Mămăligă, Miruna Drobotă, David Teu, Alexandra Rusu (10 membri)

- un film de promovare despre Tirgu Frumos: 10 puncte
- un album de 50 de fotografii reuşite cu oraşul: 5 puncte

Completări:

Acţiunile de sustenabilitate vor putea fi incluse în oricare dintre departamente: pentru fiecare 100 lei colectaţi, veţi obţine 20 puncte, iar pentru fiecare obiect tradiţional adus la muzeul ASIRYS, veţi primi cel puţin 5 puncte (un război de ţesut: 20 de puncte). Pentru fiecare membru nou în echipă, veţi obţine 4 puncte. 

In prima săptămână se vor realiza cursuri de formare, ce vor avea rolul de a pregăti echipele pentru activităţile din cadrul noilor departamente. Incepând cu a doua săptămână, după fiecare săptămână de activitate, echipele işi vor schimba departamentele astfel incât să experimenteze activităţile din fiecare departament. Duminica, la ora 12:00, ne vom intâlni, la Casa de Cultură pentru evaluare. 

6 membri din echipa care va obţine cele mai multe puncte, vor putea participa in proiectul: "A volunteer. To be or not to be.", organizat in Epirus, Grecia, in perioada 19-27 aprilie. 

De asemenea, invităm ca fiecare membru, individual, să realizeze un top cu proiectele la care doreşte să participe. Lista completă este aici: http://asirys.blogspot.ro/2014/12/proiecte-erasmus-plus-in-2015.html Cei mai activi voluntari vor putea participa la oricare dintre proiectele din lista sa. 

Punctaje finale

In urma celor 4 săptămâni de lucru in departamente, punctajele obţinute sunt:

Echipa A: 
Adina Apostol, Cristina Corduneanu, Ioana Savin, Georgiana Bejenaru, Andreea Gavril, Roza Iuraşcu, Beatrice Popa, Mihai Gaciu, Albert Iuraşcu, Ana-Maria Zabulică  

Puncte: 35 + 73+60+85 = 253 puncte

Echipa B:
Alexandra Comăniciu, Gabriela Cîmpeanu, Nicu Hocică, Bogdan Fuior, Brînduşa Doleanu, Anca Damian, Dragoş Preutescu, Mara Dorofte, Sabina Boboc, Ioana Alexa, Răzvan Roşu, Gabi Popovici

Puncte: 0 + 30 + 72 +135 = 237 puncte

Echipa C:
Laura Bîrsan, Florin Păduraru, Florin Şerban, Ionuţ Bogdan Băcică, Ana Burduhosu, Marius Mareş, Sabina Boboc, Iustin Spătariu, Bianca Altam, Mădălina Loghin, Bianca Muraru

Puncte: 36 + 44.5 + 75 + 38 = 193.5 puncte

Echipa D: 
Miruna Drobotă, Raluca Codrianu, Răzvan Hurbea, Călin Doleanu, Paul Moroi, Ştefan Grapă, Cristina Florici, Bogdan Avasiloaie, Vlad Acatrinei

Puncte: 30 + 37,5 + 0 + 88 = 155.5 puncte

Punctajele s-au impărţit in cadrul fiecărei echipe in funcţie de implicarea fiecărui membru. Fiecare voluntar va avea astfel un punctaj individual, iar voluntarii cu cel mai mare punctaj vor putea reprezenta organizaţia la evenimente importante. 

Pe baza punctajelor obţinute, echipa ce va participa in proiectul din Sardinia este echipa A, care a obţinut 249 de puncte. Cei 6 voluntari desemnaţi de echipă, ca fiind cei mai activi sunt: Adina Apostol (25 p), Cristina Corduneanu (24 p), Georgiana Bejenaru (23 p), Andreea Gavril (24 p), Roza Iuraşcu (22 p), Casiana Muşat (13,5 p). Pe lista de rezervă sunt: Ana Maria Zabulică (14,5 p), Ioana Savin (10 p), Andreea Doban (7 p), Adnana Calmonschi (6 p), Paula Ciobanu (6 p).

Felicitări tuturor voluntarilor implicaţi! In 4 săptămâni aţi reuşit să activaţi Tirgu Frumos. 

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