Rur.IT.A.N.I.A.- Fostering international mobility and IT competence of young people from rural areas

Rur.IT.A.N.I.A.- Fostering international mobility and IT competence of young people from rural areas

Year of Realisation:

2017

Goal and Project Description:

The project RURITANIA involved 10 partners from Serbia, Greece, Albania, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Estonia and Belgium, all members of the Alliance of European Voluntary Service organisations and South East European Youth Network.

The project has been realized in the period of 1/1/2017 and 15/3/2018. The consortium coordinator was Young Researchers of Serbia. It aimed at fostering international mobility, IT (information technology) and IC (intercultural communication) skills development in a non-formal setting of 100 young people with geographical obstacles.

Project Results:
  • In 4 International Youth Exchanges 100 young participants studied, practiced their skills and gained valuable life experience in a non-formal setting of different sessions and informally during volunteer work of public interest to local hosting communities, along their peers from different countries.
  • Informative leaflets and video tutorials were prepared, designed, printed and distributed with the support of networks of local & national partners. info sessions realized for more than 1800 interested young people
  • project was presented as an example of good practice on national level of partner organisations and international level, within the networks of official partners
Target Group:

Young people - • aged 16-22 • with geographical obstacles: people from remote or rural areas; people living in small islands or in peripheral regions; people from less serviced areas (limited public transport, poor facilities). • Additionally to geographical obstacles, young people with:  economic obstacles: people with a low standard of living, low income, young people in long-term unemployment or poverty;  cultural differences: immigrants or refugees or descendants from immigrant or refugee families; people belonging to a national or ethnic minority; people with linguistic adaptation and cultural inclusion difficulties; • Gender balance in the group composition was a priority even though not always possible to be attained, still giving priority to the required profile of youth (from rural area, no mobility opportunities etc).

Project Spacial Area:

Serbia, Greece, Albania, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Estonia and Belgium

Funding Sources:

Европска комисија, Еразмус плус програм (137.870,00 евра)

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