The participants in the project will have an age between 18 and 30 years, whereas the social and professional responsibility required by the project is more linked to this age. In order to achieve all the objectives different dynamics, workshops, debates and lectures with the participation of young people exchange and visits of organizations and volunteers who work in the territory and explain their experiences they are made firsthand. It is for this reason that all proposed activities respond to the following lines of action:
1. Create opportunities for reflection and dialogue.
2. Activities of artistic drawing (graffiti) and audiovisual
3. Informal activities.
4. Final Graffiti and audiovisual material.
This exchange is the starting point for future training of trainers in which the partners want to continue working, facing the 2017. We consider the comunication essential to maintain a networking, which allows us not only to share experiences and best practices around the refugee community intervention; but maintain international cooperation and increase the associations fighting for improvements your situation. One of the objectives of this youth exchange in addition to giving visibility to the humanitarian crisis, to create debate and develop and implement a set of good practices, it is also to give visibility to Erasmus + program in Sabadell. To this end and as a mechanism for sharing the results audiovisual materials will be disseminated through social networks, websites and partners TACC (where you can download the Decalogue) and local media. The participants themselves will be the vehicle to move and spread the Erasmus + program among the local community
Date : 2017
Client : Erasmus +, Ajuntament de Sabadell, Assessoria de Mobilitat internacional de l'Oficina Jove de Sabadell