Erasmus calls: Gypsy HeART & DancInclusion

For 4 October deadline we prepared 2 applications: one training course - Gipsy HeART and one EVS project: DancInclusion. If you want to be our partners, please send us the information about your organisation to superyouthprojects @ Bellow, you can find a short description for both projects. 

Gypsy HeART

Gypsy HeART is a training course for youth workers from all over Europe, which aims to develop solidarity and promote tolerance towards minorities, particularly with Rroma. During the training, the youth workers will experience non-formal art methods as dance-theater, Cucuteni clay workshop, forum theater etc. and in the same time, they will work to create new methods which will be tested during a big cultural event dedicated to Rroma culture, organized by youth, in rural area. During 8 days of training, the participants will discover Rroma culture, will visit and work in Rroma villages and will experience the "gypsy lifestyle", all of these, with the purpose to learn how to promote the tolerance, the intercultural learning and the nonformal education. The participants will share and learn more about European citizenship and social integration through arts. The project will be organized at the end of June 2017, in different villages of Iaşi county. 


DancInclusion is a long term EVS (12 months) which aims to promote inclusion and develop volunteering activity through dance, in order to decrease the hate speech and discrimination rate among youth. The project will host one volunteer from Europe, with sense of initiative, passionate about dance and choreography, ready to learn Romanian and Rroma dances and share his/her passion in the community through dance lessons for Rroma and Romanian youth and children. DancInclusion will give to the volunteer the chance to experience creative ideas, to manage different type of teams, to work in a challenging environment and to make a positive change through dance. The volunteer will create, with the support of the organisation, a multicultural dance festival for the region.

The EVS volunteer will develop his/her skills through games, workshops, street arts activities, presentations, debates, brainstorming, socio-educational animation, public cafe, street animation, audio-video materials, public show, festivals etc. All the activities developed by the volunteer will aim to encourage young people to pursue and develop their artistic talents and in this way, to support their personal development and fight against discrimination. 

A video from one of our festivals (Folcloristica):


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