Stories of participants

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About fairy tales, stereotypes and a happy return

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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

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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

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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

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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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How was our first intercontinental training?

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Between 24 – 31 July, we organized our first intercontinental training for participants from Brazil ??, Costa Rica ??, Uruguay ??, Italy ??, North Macedonia ?? and Slovakia ?? and here is feedback from them

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See4Youth – a training course in Split – report

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„Training course in Split? Yes! Let’s have some fun and get some sun! “, this were probably the first things which came to our mind. The training See4Youth had much more to offer, though.

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