03/04/2023 - 13/04/2023
The modern times we are living in have been emotionally challenging and the effects of stress and life’s difficulties are increasingly visible. Young people often are unable to deal with their feelings, not speaking of seeking help when facing mental health challenges. In today’s “interconnected” world full of uncertainties, hate speech, even violent extremism, it is crucial to support the connection with ourselves and our feelings so we are able to build connections with other people and participate actively in society.
The word e-motion implies the essence of emotions which is to move us (motion = movement) internally (mentally) and also externally (through body). Through ”E-motional” youth workers are going to learn to recognize and to develop their inner resources in order to create transformational and sustainable learning environments for supporting youth inclusion in social and professional life with focus on emotional intelligence.
Participants were from Greece , Latvia , Portugal , Italy , Czechia , Belgium , Germany and Slovakia .
Project was funded by the European union, Erasmus+ programme