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EVS Volunteer project, September 2014 January 2015

Hello, this is Misi. I am from Hungary and I have been working as an EVS volunteer for the Center for Youth Progress in Kukes. Since September 2014 I take part in the Erasmus + program, and spend 5 months in Albania.
As a volunteer I worked in the local community, mainly with youngsters. Twice a week I practiced physical activities in a primary school. During this time we played different sport games, and do exercises as well.

Posted on 2015 Jan 19 by ladi

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Active Citizenship and Volunteering 16 - 23 May 2014

This project was Supported by European Youth Foundation of the CoE, implemented in Kukes, located in the North-East of Albania. The project implemented was a training course in a seven day seminar and the follow up activities, where local young people from youth forums and civil society developed their skills in youth leadership, participation, communication, group dynamics, conflict resolution, motivation and empowerment.

The aim of the project was to enhance young people's contributions towards active citizenship, voluntarism and cooperation, in order to be able to influence within their peers, local community and forums where they are part of. Young people representing Youth Centers, Youth NGO & Forums, University Unions, High school senates were part of this project. During the course participants have created networks and action plans that are implemented successfully as follow up actions. Preceding the training, two preparation meetings were organized with trainers’ team to shape the programme of the course and to share responsibilities..
The training program itself was designed and implemented that way to help participants better understand most important concepts of citizenship and active participation in light of human rights, and further develop their skills to actively involve in their communities.

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