Press relasse – We have rights


EU flag-Erasmus+_vect_POSWe have rights, now let’s be human!, ref. no.  2016-1-RO01-KA105-024136, is a multicultural project, implemented from 1st of June 2016 to 30th of October 2017, which includes a training course and a youth exchange, within a partnership between promoters from eight countries, which propose to increase the level of awareness and knowledge about refugee’s rights and human rights, to change the attitude towards refugees, decrease the number of stereotypes, give a better understanding of cultural diversity.

The eight promoters are:

  • Asociatia de Tineret Cultura si Educatie “Speranta Ramniceana”- Romania;
  • Development center “Pangeya Ultima” – Ukraine;
  • Associazione Culturale Eufemia – Italy;
  • E-gençlik Dernegi – Turkey;
  • Asocijacija za napredok, edukacija i lobiranje, PEL –FRYOM;
  • Georgian Youth for Europe – Georgia;
  • Active Youth – Malta;

In order to reach its aim, the project has the following objectives:

  1. Increasing the level of awareness about the refugee crisis for 56 participants coming from 8 countries, within the 2 mobility: training course and youth exchange in a period of 14 days
  2. Developing professional competences in the field of theatre as a tool for integration, for 24 young people coming from 8 countries, during 7 days of training course in Rm. Sarat, Romania
  3. Raising the visibility of theatre as non-formal tool for dialogue and tolerance, for the 8 local communities, who will benefit from the results of the training course, shared by the youth workers through local activities.
  4. Developing tolerant attitudes towards intellectuality for 32 young people during the 7 days of youth exchange in Rustavi, Georgia
  5. Raising the level of knowledge and understanding about the human rights and refugee’s rights for 32 young people during the 7 days of youth exchange in Rustavi, Georgia
  6. Facilitating a context for intercultural dialogue and communication for 56 participants coming from 8 countries, in order to foster the solidarity, tolerance and mutual understanding between partners.

The first stage of the project consist in a training course developed in Ramnicu Sarat, Romania, from 8th to 14th of August 2016, which will gather youth workers  with ages over 18.

The second mobility will take place in Rustavi, Georgia, from 23rd to 31st of July 2017, with a target group of youngsters with ages between 17-24.

The main activities are based on non-formal education (knowing games, ice breakers, energizers, presentations, seminars, workshops, teambuildings, visits, intercultural evenings, evaluations.

 The project is funded through the European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme with 36234 euro.


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