European funded projects 2014

European funded projects

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Youth mobility
EDCCC is involved in International Exchange, Europe for Citizen Erasmus+ and mobility projects

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easyspeak – languages for business and bio-tech

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A partnership of 4 European countries, Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK are collaborating with support from the EU Erasmus+ Programme to develop the materials that allow you to listen and copy the words and phrases and build your own library across 10 languages including Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.

http://easy-speak.today/wp/

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Youth Exchange « Remove Barriers For Free- Environment »Remove

Venue: Rize, Turkey
(A 8-days Youth Exchange)
Youth Exchange « Remove Barriers For Free- Environment »
This project will show us that how we will help disabled people . It is a design guidebook made for the purpose of providing architects and designers with the basic information and data necessary for a barrier- free environment. The is expected to be a stimulus that will lead, in the long run, to the
establishment of national building and planning legislation covering access for disabled people.

Europe for Citizens Program”How we portray the minority through online media”

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Voice of Minorities Underrepresented and Silent in New Media

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Online (Stereo)Typing:
How We Portray Minorities in Everyday Life through New Media?
4-5 September 2015, Chania, Crete – Greece

Participating organizations: Mladiinfo International, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (applicant) Europe for Diversity, Culture, Co-existence and Citizenship, Greece (partner) Media Development Center, Bulgaria (partner) Mladiinfo Croatia, Croatia (partner)


The second youth forum in Chania,Crete was opened by Eglantina Kumaraku president of Europe for Diversity Culture Coexistence and citizenship

A short description of the first meeting in Croatia (Both B and C point was done during a short Power point presentation by the President of EDCCC Eglantina Kumaraku).

Barbara Peraki, Major For Culture of Chania Municipality welcomes the participants.She  sent a message that youngsters everywhere should be united in the diversity.

Paraskevas Perakis, Chief Editor of the Cretean daily Xaniotika Nea ,Expert on Immigration issues depicted the process of agenda-setting, explaining how the readers look for negativism and sensationalism and news about minorities containing these elements have a much higher chance to be read and become viral.

George Gkekas,Brand and Business Development Specialist from Greece described how dealing with minorities is an interactive process.

The participants from Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Bulgaria focused on the stereotyping in their countries. Ana Zuzic, a researcher from Croatia, made a point that media in Croatia are mostly market-oriented and present the dominant social attitude. Both Zuzic and Asen Velichkov, a media expert from Bulgaria, discussed that there is a lack of profound analyses on minority issues in the new media, whereas Marko Troshanovski, acting as a main project researcher and Ognen Janeski, media expert from FYROM also debated over the lack of law regulation of the new media and its impact on the responsibilities new media have.Shemsedin Iljaz, conducting the new media monitoring in FYR of Macedonia made a point that: “in order to avoid stereotyping, in everyday life we should get to know better ‘the Other’ and the new media should give enough floor to ‘the Other’ “. Gergana Kutseva, researcher from Bulgaria, claims that the ‘otherisation’ results from the feeling of insecurity, initiated by the lack of familiarity and of understanding.

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Democratic engagement and civic participation
Project name: You(th) Challenging Diversity (Representation of Minorities in the New Media

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Vice-Mayor For Culture of Chania municipality, Barbara Peraki, who sent a message that youngsters everywhere should be united in the diversity

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The MEDIA plays an important role in both perpetuating and in breaking down stereotypes.The media hold a crucial role in the manner in which people perceive and understand situations. The media can do better than any other institution in getting the messages around the world.

Third Youth forum in Sofia,Bulgaria

Stories That Connect, Examples That Direct: Good Practices in Representing Minorities Online”, that took place on 4 and 5 December 2015, in the Delegation of EU in Sofia, Bulgaria. Four panelists: Tamara Miletic, President of Mladiinfo Croatia; Marko Troshanovski, main project researcher – Mladiinfo Interntional from F.Y.R. of Macedonia; Eleni Petropoulou, journalist from Europe for Diversity, Culture and Co-existence, Greece; and Gergana Kutseva from the host organization Media Development Center-Bulgaria discussed the positive examples of new media reporting on minorities before the audience

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Cultural Visit in Sofia

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The forth Youth forum that took place on 3rd and 4th March in Skopje, FYR OM was the final one within the project Youth Challenging Diversity – Representation of Minorities in the New Media. Participants from Croatia, F.Y.R OM Greece, and Bulgaria.

Youth forum brought together 50 young people aged 18 – 35 from 14 countries of the Central and Eastern Europe. In four discussion panels they were able to deliver their thoughts, research and perspectives on the matters of ethnic minorities, sexual and gender minorities, refugee crisis, asylum seekers, people with disabilities and more.
Youth forum brought together 50 young people aged 18 – 35 from 14 countries of the Central and Eastern Europe. In four discussion panels they were able to deliver their thoughts, research and perspectives on the matters of ethnic minorities, sexual and gender minorities, refugee crisis, asylum seekers, people with disabilities and more.

The main panel of the forum focused on media monitoring and minority representation.

The participants were able to discuss the results of the media monitoring which were presented by Marko Troshanovski, and along with him the panel featured Georgios Papadakis, Spokesperson of European Free Alliance, Mihajlo Lahtov, Senior Public Information and Media Assistant at OSCE Mission to Skopje, Gergana Kutseva, Project Researcher at Media Development Center (Bulgaria), Eglantina Kumaraku,Project researcher at Europe for Diversity, Culture and Co-existence (Greece), and Ana Zuzic, Project researcher at Mladiinfo Croatia.

The panel was moderated by Ognen Janeski, youth activist, editor and TV host.

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The panel was moderated by Ognen Janeski, youth activist, editor and TV host.

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The fourth youth forum “Representation of Minorities in the New Media in Central and Eastern Europe” within the Youth Challenging Diversity – Representation of Minorities in the New Media project was supported by the programs of Europe for Citizens and Central-European Initiative
The fourth youth forum “Representation of Minorities in the New Media in Central and Eastern Europe” within the Youth Challenging Diversity – Representation of Minorities in the New Media project was supported by the programs of Europe for Citizens and Central-European Initiative

 

Erasmus+ Mobility for young people and youth workers

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  • transfer to participants the basic knowledge in order to work in creative sector giving them the cognitive, analytic, creative and linguistic tools necessary to pursue successfully their career and future studies.
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  • offer to participants more competitiveness in the labour market, once obtained the graduation, or stimulate their interest in order to undertake a course of higher education studies in the reference sectors. Mobility enriches the participants’ technical competences and make them more competitive, able to work in a globalized market
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increase knowledge of foreign languages, fundamental in the today globalized world

Transferring to participants the following specific LOs

  • knowledge and comprehension capacities,
  • skills that the participant demonstrates at the end of each learning outcome unit. There are 4 kinds:
  1. applying knowledge and understanding:
  2. communication skills:
  3. judgmental skills
  4. Learning skills:
  • Competences 

Assessment procedure:

Documentation:

  • Learning Agreements:
  • Registers:
  • Intermediate monitoring reports:
  • final report:
  • Europass Mobility Certificate:
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