Prijavi se za učešće na trening-kursu „Youth for Social and Solidarity Economy“ u Grčkoj!

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Ukoliko tragaš za prilikom da provedeš 10 dana u nekoj drugoj zemlji, potpuno besplatno, zajedno sa vršnjaicma iz drugih zemalja, da se upoznaš sa njima, sa njihovom kulturom, jezikom, hranom i tradicijom, da stekneš nova prijateljstva, a pritom i naučiš nešto novo – trening-kurs je prava prilika za tebe, a EU ti preko programa Erasmus+ daje mogućnost da učestvuješ na njemu!

U periodu od 3. do 10. septembra 2018. godine u Florini (Grčka) održaće se trening-kurs „Youth for Social and Solidarity Economy“. Trening će trajati ukupno 6 dana (7 noćenja).

Trening-kurs „Youth for Social and Solidarity Economy“ predstavljaja inovativni Erasmus + projekat,
koji za cilj ima promovisanje dobrih praksi u socijalnoj i solidarnoj ekonomiji između
Evropskih zemalja. Ovaj projekat pruža priliku mladima sa i bez iskustva u socijalnoj ekonomiji i preduzetništvu da steknu nova znanja, veštine, iskustva i dobre prakse na ovu temu.

Okupiće ukupno 26 mladih iz Grčke, Italije, Malte, Makedonije, Kipra, Slovenije, Španije i Srbije.

Radni jezik tokom treniga će biti engleski.

Za sve učesnike obezbeđeno je 7 noćenja u hotelu „Lingos“ u Florini, tri obroka u toku dana, kafe-pauze i pokriveni su putni troškovi.

Edukativni centar Kruševac, kao zvanični partner na ovom projektu, poziva sve koji su zainteresovani za učešće na ovom treningu, a koji imaju između 18 i 30 godina, da se prijave popunjavanjem prijavnog formulara na linku. Rok za prijavu je 15 jul 2018. godine. 

Organizator trening-kursa je „Active Youths OENEF“, uz podršku Evropske unije – kroz program Erasmus+. Zvanični partner za Srbiju je Edukativni centar Kruševac.

O Florini:
Florina is a small city in mountainous northwestern Macedonia, Greece. Florina is a market town with an economy dominated by agriculture, forestry, summer but mostly winter tourism, cross-border trading and the sale of local products such as grain, grapes, vegetables and the famous Florina peppers. It also has textile mills and is known for locally manufactured leather handicrafts. However, the most notable industrial activity is the very large Ptolemaida-Florina lignite mine, used in the lignite power plants which cover a large part of Greece’s electric power needs. Florina region in general offers great landscapes, with mountains, lakes, valleys, old forests, rivers and beautiful picturesque villages. The most popular places for daily excursions is the historic Nymfaion village, where the Environmental Centre ARCTUROS is offering shelter to brown bears from the close mountains; Amyntaio village which is surrounded by wineries that produce the famous Amyntaio Wines; and of course the Prespa twin lakes which was recently added to UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves, with 11 native fish species and the perfect place for bird watching. The city of Florina offers nice walks or bicycle rides with public bicycles provided by the municipality. There are many nice coffee-houses and restaurants in the pedestrian street in the city centre and by the river. As Greeks have their dinner quite late in the evening, it is easy to find something to eat even until late at night. You can always grab a souvlaki from the street, at all hours of the day.

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