The transnational training course took place in Slovenia from the 14/10/2017 to the 20/10/2017 with ten representatives from all the partners organisations. The aim of this training course was to test the the intelectual outputs created until the moment and also train those responsible of the future local workshops of the project. This activity will allow to implement the following stages of the project in a better way as it made possible to prepare the professional in charge of the next project activities. You can see the program of this activity here.
Thursday, 2 November 2017
Monday, 9 October 2017
The Slovenian city of Celje will host from the 14/10/2017 to the 20/10/2017 a training course for the staff of the project and based on the learning materials created by its partner organisations.
13 youth workers from Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain will meet together in order to work during one week with all the learning materials developed on the previous stages of the project. The course, designed during the last transnational meeting of ReYion in Prague, will allow to the staff of its partner entities to discover how to use the first draft of the project main product: a manual to support young people on the creation, management and professionalisation of the youth third sector in rural areas. Attendees will learn about how to use this output, how to transfer it to the youth of their areas and how to use its exercises. They will be also trained to implement the local workshops for young people that the project aim to carry out on each country within the next months to test the quality of the exercises and content proposed on the manual. This will allow to obtain a reliable feedback about the manual from its direct users and include on it potential improvements before its final edition.
Friday, 22 September 2017
Representatives from the 5 partner organisations have met from the 17/09/2017 to the 20/09/2017 in Czech Republic in order to work together on the coordination of this project funded under the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission.
The city of Prague have hosted all the team of this project and especially those who have worked on the last months on the creation of different learning materials focused on supporting young people on the creation, management and professionalisation of the youth third sector in rural areas. Besides monitoring the project and improving the mentioned outputs, the meeting has been also used to design the programme of a transnational training course for facilitators that the project will implement from the 14/10/2017 to the 20/10/2017 in Slovenia. Its aim will be to provide to 11 youth workers the knowledge and skills needed to use the learning materials that the project partners will create and how to test them at local level with the youth of the 5 project countries. You can follow the project activities thanks to this online site or liking our Facebook page.
Friday, 26 May 2017
Sunday, 7 May 2017
Professionals and members of the five partner organisations of the project met from the 02/05/2017 to the 05/05/2017 on a kick-off meeting that made possible to start to work on the project materials and distribute among partners its creation. The first transnational activity of ReYion gave to its partners the chance to meet and get to know, not only the individuals who will work together during the whole project implementation, but also their organisations and programmes for youth empowerment. Once all the entities were presented, attendees shared the results obtained during the first stage of the project on which different interviews took place among youth groups , organisations and public administrations of the five partner countries. Their objective was to establish the specific learning goals that the learning materials to be created during the project should promote. Besides this, the encounter made also possible to participants to start to work and divide the tasks towards the creation of the main project final output: a manual related to the training of young people on the associative field and the implementation of youth initiatives. “ReYion: Rural Empowerment through Youth Initiatives and Organisations Networking” is a 19-month partnership at international level funded under the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission and coordinated by Bitartean Jolasean (Spain) with the support of KOMUNIKUJEME OPS (Czech Republic), European Institute for Local Development (Greece), Associazione di Promozione Sociale Futuro Digitale (Italy) and Zavod Mladinska Mreza MaMa (Slovenia). In order to follow the project activities and see all the photos of this meeting, please visit our Facebook page.
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
The local teams of ReYion project in Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain are already working on interviewing and meeting professionals and volunteers of the youth third sector. The aim of these encounters is to get to know more about their needs towards youth participation and invite them to the next activities of the project. If you want to be involved or get to know more about this European initiative funded under Erasmus+, please visit the different sections of our website or join us in Facebook.
Sunday, 12 March 2017
Project partners have already started to run on each project country an investigation and research with the objective of establishing the specific learning goals that the learning materials to be created will have and abilities that they should promote among its beneficiaries. According to this, local meetings with different actors involved on the youth third sector will be maintained to get to know more about the sector needs and invite those organisations on the future phases of the project. Do you want to cooperate with the project? JOIN US!
Tuesday, 10 January 2017
Welcome to the homepage of "ReYion: Rural Empowerment through Youth Initiatives and Organisations Networking" a 19-month partnership at international level funded under the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission and within its branch for the development of strategic partnerships on the youth field. Coordinated by Bitartean Jolasean (Spain) with the support of four transnational partners (KOMUNIKUJEME O.P.S. (Czech Republic), European Institute for local development (Greece), Associazione di Promozione Sociale Futuro Digitale (Italy) and Zavod Mladinska Mreza MaMa (Slovenia)). This space will be used to publish the project advances and activities implemented. Visit the different sections of the site in order to get to know more about Erasmus+, the project partners, its outputs and results.