A youth exchange project “Threat others the way you want to be treated” was implemented from 16th until 22nd of November 2012 in Koukli, Greece. The project was created under Youth in Action programme; there were 30 participants from Greece, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and Italy taking part in the project.
During the youth exchange project, all participants stayed together in order to integrate with each other and to take part in common activities. All activities were based on non-formal learning methods – there were many exercises, group works, presentations, role games, theatre plays, drawing, simulation exercises, brainstorming and much more. All activities were designed for participants to learn more about anti – discrimination and human rights and to exchange their personal experiences in general. During the exchange, participants designed many big size posted about topic of human rights. All these posters are in exhibition called “Human Rights Street” in the main entrance hall of municipality of Epirus in Ioannina.
In order to learn about each other’s cultures, each national group of participants presented their country and culture to others. Special impact was put on introduction of participant with Greek culture, therefore the whole group of participants visited several places in Epirus – Koukli, Aristi, Monodendri and other villages of Zagori area, Perama village and the cave of Perama, ancient village and archaeological place of Dodoni and town Ioannina.
Here you can see many pictures taken during the youth exchange project. And here you can read some opinions about participation in the exchange project from several participants:
Youth Center of Epirus wants to say a big thank you to our supporters:
Municipality of Pogoni in Epirus of Greece for hosting the exchange and giving the support, to KTEL Ioannina and Pamvotis
travel for transporting the participants of the exchange safely from place to place.
"The project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use of the information contained therein."