ErasmusPlusO

Changing lives, opening minds!

We have rights, now let’s be human!

Project summary

Nowadays the refugee an integration problem is very sensitive all around Europe. In 2015 around 1 million refugees arrived in Europe by sea (source: UNHCR) and the number is increasing month by month. This crisis had effect not just economically and politically speaking, but also it created negative attitudes against refugees from different countries. The main reasons for negative attitude are lack of knowledge about refugee’s problems, the stereotypes towards Muslims and lack of understanding of cultural diversity and European values, in every partner country. This problem had already negative effect and it can develop towards: social conflicts, economic problems, racism, segregation and xenophobia.
Banner-onlineThe project idea and main structure were developed during a Partnership Building Activity from the project IQ-involvement to Quality, developed in Romania in November 2015. During the IQ project we had the opportunity to discuss about project’s topic, we talked about current situation in our countries so we found out that each country has the refugee problem.
exterior-pliantInterior-plianThe “We have rights, now let’ be human” project is a project with two mobilities, Training Course and Youth Exchange. The TC will be hold by Youth Center from Ramnicu Sarat, Romania between 07-15.08.2016 and will have as target group youth workers and group leaders over 18 years. For this mobility we will have 24 participants (3 per country) and two trainers from Romania and 3 facilitators from Romania, Georgia and Malta.
MapaThe YE will take place in Rustavi, Georgia between 23-31.07.2017 and will have as target group youngsters with ages between 17-24 years. Also we will have 5 participants with fewer opportunities. For this mobility we will have 32 participants + 8 leaders (one per country who participated in the TC).
Our aim is 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, among 56 participants from 8 countries during 14 days within 2 mobility.
In order to reach our aim, we established 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 interculturality 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.

fata-carnetspate-carnetThe activities will variate and will be for the TC such as: icebreakers, teambuilding, trust building games, story-telling/public speaking, shadow, forum and pantomime theatre,. For the YE, they will follow the activities from TC and we will have also shadow and forum theatre plus living library, world café, brainstorming, seminars, round table, workshops. The impact will be important and definitely bigger, because there will be people who maybe didn’t deal with this problem before and didn’t think at it as a problem, but through our activities and way of putting the refugee’s situation as a problem, will give them a wake-up call and will make them realize that a change of attitude is needed. We will focus on dissemination part of the project because it’s important that the citizens and other people from the local communities acknowledge the problems that we are trying to address through these mobilities. As a follow up of the project we will keep track on the refugee’s situation and immigration problem and if this persists we will make an EVS project where we will send EVS volunteers to facilitate the integration of the minorities in those communities.
As long term benefits we can mention a change in the local communities by integration of the refugees and minority groups, increase the level of tolerance, and less judgment attitudes.

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Comunicat de presă

Start al proiectului We have rights, now let’s be human!

We have rights, now let’s be human!, număr de referință  2016-1-RO01-KA105-024136, este un proiect multicultural, implementat în perioada 1 iunie 2016 – 30 octombrie 2017, ce include un training şi un schimb de tineri, cu un parteneriat format din opt țări ce doresc să ridice nivelul de conștientizare și înțelegere asupra problemei refugiaților și drepturilor omului, ideile de bază și structura proiectului fiind stabilite în cadrul celei de-a doua mobilități – Partnership Building Activity din proiectul  IQ-involvement to Quality. Cei opt promotori ce se alătură îndeplinirii scopului sunt:

  • Asociatia de Tineret Cultura si Educatie “Speranta Ramniceana”- România;
  • Development center “Pangeya Ultima” – Ucraina;
  • Associazione Culturale Eufemia – Italia;
  • E-gençlik Dernegi – Turcia;
  • Asocijacija za napredok, edukacija i lobiranje, PEL –Macedonia;
  • Georgian Youth for Europe – Georgia;
  • Active Youth – Malta;
  • ASSOCIATION YOUTH CENTRE KOSMOS KLJUC – Bosnia și Herzegovina.

Având în vedere atingerea scopului, proiectul are următoarele obiective:

  1. Creșterea gradului de conștientizare cu privire la criza refugiaților pentru 56 de participanți provenind din 8 țări, în cadrul a 2 mobilități: curs de formare și schimb de tineret, pe perioadă de 14 zile;
  2. Dezvoltarea unor competențe profesionale în domeniul teatrului ca instrument de integrare, pentru 24 de tineri provenind din 8 tari, pe parcursul a 7 zile de curs,în Râmnicu Sărat, România;
  3. Creșterea vizibilității teatrului ca instrument non-formal pentru dialog și toleranță, pentru cele 8 comunități locale, care vor beneficia de rezultatele cursului de formare, instrument folosit de către lucrătorii de tineret prin activități locale;
  4. Dezvoltarea unor atitudini tolerante pentru 32 de tineri în timpul celor 7 zile de schimb de tineret din Rustavi, Georgia;
  5. Ridicarea nivelului de cunoaștere și înțelegere cu privire la drepturile omului și ale drepturilor refugiaților pentru 32 de tineri pe parcursul celor 7 zile ale schimbului de tineri din Rustavi, Georgia;
  6. Facilitarea unui context pentru dialogul intercultural și comunicare pentru 56 de participanți provenind din 8 țări, în scopul de a promova solidaritatea, toleranța și înțelegerea reciprocă între parteneri..

Prima etapă a proiectului presupune un training desfășurat la Râmnicu Sărat, în perioada 08-14 august 2016. Trainingul va strânge  de lucrători de tineret cu vârste de peste 18 ani din cadrul organizațiilor partenere.

Activitatea 2, schimbul de tineri, va avea loc in Rustavi, Georgia,, in perioada 23-31.07.2017, cu un grup țintă format din tineri cu vârste cuprinse între 17-24de ani, însoțiți de lideri (participanți la cursul de formare).

Principalele activitati si metode ale mobilităților vor fi nonformale: jocuri de cunoaștere si de rol, energizere, icebreak, prezentari, seminarii, workshopuri, teambuildinguri, vizite, seri interculturale, evaluari.

Proiectul este finanțat prin programul Erasmus + al Comisiei Europene cu suma de 36234 euro.

We 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;
  • ASSOCIATION YOUTH CENTRE KOSMOS KLJUC – Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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.

 

Filmuleţele proiectului le puteţi vizualiza aici, accesând următoarele linkuri:

Training course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-iL49SpcCA

Youth exchange: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHFZ8C4KM4o

Teatru forum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwC6kFBnHgA

Emisiune TV SAT 2002, Presa liberă trecere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UyniZkEjCA&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop