Tag Archive for Erasmus

Gender through the screen_A4

Recently I was lucky to take part in final 4th part of “Gender through the screen” project that take place in Vladichin Han – small quite town in central Serbia. As it quite obvious from the name – training was about gender issues all over the world and about connection between this issues and mass media. The place for training… Read more →

Gender through the screen_A2

Gender through the screen is a capacity building project under Erasmus+ which aims to involve 8 youth organizations from the Western Balkans and the EU which work in the field of gender through the empowerment and support of youth workers. Topics to be elaborated are human rights education, gender equality, inclusion, anti-discrimination, tolerance. The main aim of the project is… Read more →

Gender through the screen – Partnership in an Erasmus + KA2 project

AEGEE-Budapest became a partner in the “Gender through the screen” project which has been co-founded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Action KA2 programme. The project seeks to foster and encourage advocacy for gender equality by the use of media and by training youth workers on how they can better report, show case and promote gender equality through the biggest mediums… Read more →

Youth Exchange in Budapest

AEGEE-Budapest organized a  two-stage international youth exchange in cooperation with an Armenian partner, Youth Life Educational NGO, through the Erasmus + Programme. “Making Change Through Social Entrepreneurship” project gathered 28 young people from 4 countries: Armenia, Georgia, Turkey and Hungary. What made the diversity of the group even more unique, is that we had participants coming from India, Kazakhstan, Egypt… Read more →

Training course in Prague

One of our partners, namely FDE, shared us their experience in Prague Erasmus+.   We are living at a time when more people than ever living outside their home country. 3.2 percent of the world’s population live outside their country of origin. Through the years around 72 million migrants have made their home in Europe. Just EU is home to… Read more →