Global Footprints – Workshop (9-10 December, 2017, Slettestrand)
A workshop giving youth workers tools and methods to raise awareness upon Human Rights, Global Health, Climate Change, Migration and Poverty.
INSPIRE – Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Network (December 11, 09:00 – 13:00 Studenterhuset, Gammel Torv, Aalborg, Denmark)
A morning semninar on the theme of Entrepreneurship, with guest speakers, workshops, and networking.
The Entreprenuer Ship – Sailing to Success (December 8-15, Slettestrand, Denmark)
A Contact Making Event (CME) to promote cooperation between organisations in order to foster entrepreneurship amongst Youth across the EU.
Coaching for Active Citizenship (October 18-27, Dumbrava, Moldova)
A training course on enhancing young people’s sense of active citizenship and initiative by the use of coaching techniques.
Heritage Hunters (October 6-14, Moldova)
Study Visit to promote cultural heritage among youth through innovative and artistic activities.
Venture into Inclusion (October 10-18, Dumbrava, Moldova)
A Training Course on empowering marginalised young people through social enterprises and entrepreneurship.
Action2Learn (3-11 October, 2017, Vadul lui Voda, Moldova)
A Seminar to provide participants with all the necessary information and skills for promoting volunteering among the young people
Youth Creative Activism through Urban Arts (14-23 October, Vadul lui Voda, Moldova)
Training course on promoting urban culture and art as a positive expression of young people’s participation
European Voluntary Service
“InterCollege is looking for volunteers to join our team in our office in Aalborg”
Understanding Urban Culture and Tools for Conflict Resolution – Another World is Possible (25 July-3 August 2017, Derbyshire, UK)
This Training for Youth Leaders will be held in Derbyshire, UK and it will involve 28 participants from UK, Portugal, Denmark, Romania, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia & Rep Moldova.
The aim of the Training is to promote urban culture and art as a positive expression of young people’s participation
Key to Recognition Seminar (15-23 February 2017, Slettestrand, Denmark)
The seminar will be held in Slettestrand, Denmark and it will involve 25 participants from Denmark, Estonia, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain and Turkey.
The seminar will mainly focus on creating new strategies and methods of making non-formal learning more recognizable.
Youth Voice! Seminar (09-16 February 2017, Medway, United Kingdom)
The seminar will involve 30 participants from The UK, Moldova, Denmark, France, Romania, Lithuania, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Ukraine.
The Seminar will bring together managers of youth organisations and youth leaders to explore youth participation practices across Europe and neighbouring countries, to reflect upon the value of youth exchanges as tool for youth participation, and to develop common strategies for fostering inclusive youth participation through their organisations and stakeholders.
Key to Recognition Training Course (18-27 November 2016, Slettestrand, Denmark)
The training course is a 10-day activity in Slettestrand, Denmark, gathering 29 participants from Denmark, Romania, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Estonia, and Poland.
The aim of the training course is to give youth workers the right tools and methods to enable young people to recognize their skills and competences gained through non-formal education.
Training of Trainers ‘Culture & Language Learning’- Bringing Europe Together (20-29 November 2016, Slettestrand, Denmark)
A project implemented by FORA Hvidovre
“The ToT aims to provide the participants with tools to prepare young people for EVS or to prepare young people who have recently arrived in their local area to work, study or volunteer”
Study Visit – Learning to Learn (16-23 February 2017, Slettestrand, Denmark)
A project implemented by FORA København
“The aim of the study visit is to enhance youth organizations’ effectiveness in promoting non-formal and alternative education among young people by sharing best practices with youth leaders on promotion and implementation of alternative ways of education.”