Youngsters on the move

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Description

The project 'Youngsters on the move' will last 18 months, during which volunteers will support two institutions: the Centre for Autism and a Special School in Krakow. The main objectives of 'Youngsters on the move' are to support people with disabilities, enable the acquisition of new skills by young people and raise awareness about migration, thereby encouraging young people to debate on current social issues.

Results

The project will allow the volunteers to better understand the problems of disabled people and to treat them with respect and dignity. In the long run, volunteers engaged in the project will develop an attitude of tolerance, openness and understanding towards people facing social and physical problems. This will enable the volunteers to raise their voices with awareness in the public debate.

Programme name
Education, Training, Youth and Sport (Erasmus +)
EC’s priorities
Migration
EU contribution
€54 763
Project location
Poland
Time frame
2015 to 2017

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