Category Archives: Stories of participants

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Beyond your own creativity

Category:Stories of participants

I admit that when I first read the HEY – Herritage of European Youth infopack,
I was quite considering whether to apply. The exchange took place in a small
Portuguese village with 2,500 inhabitants and an average age of 65 years. We were
supposed to be accommodated in tents and I also did not have high expectations
from the program. In the end, I still decided to apply and I was lucky enough to
take part in this, as it turned out, amazing project.

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Volunteers used plastics to build the ship

Category:Stories of participants

One month in Greece passed like water thanks to good company and nice weather.
I never expected to swim in sea at the end of November. The aim of the whole
volunteering was to build an Optimist type sailboat from plastic bottles.

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About fairy tales, stereotypes and a happy return

Category:Stories of participants

At the beginning of March, thanks to ADEL, we were given the opportunity to travel to the capital of Georgia and take part in a 6-day youth exchange, the main topic of which was human rights. In Tbilisi, we met young people from the host country – Georgia and other Visegrad countries.

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From Youth Exchange in Costa Rica

Category:Stories of participants

Selection of the testimonials from participants of our Youth Exchange that we recently organized in Costa Rica!

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Feedback from Media4You Exchange

Category:Stories of participants

During days 27.-4. November took place in Constanta city  Youth exchange with title Media4you! Constanta  is the city, which is situated in beautiful surroundings in cost area, approximately 2 hours by car  from the capital city Bucharest , where met amazing group of 66 youngsters from Slovakia, Lithuania, Greece, Macedonia,Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria,Turkey, Germany and Italy.

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About sports in Slovenia

Category:Stories of participants

I was looking for a project with a theme for a long time, to which I would at least have a relationship, so I was excited when I saw the name red card for social exclusion and read in the info pack that it is a project aimed at using sport to solve social problems. However, I was even more excited when I learned that I was given the opportunity to go on a trip to the Slovenian town of Rakičan with three classmates and experience this project first-hand.

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