Youth Exchanges

One of the popular activities for the young people involved at ZTK Youth Club are youth exchanges. The majority of the youth exchanges are fund by the Youth in Action Programme. The objective of these exchanges are to promote young people’s active citizenship in general and their European citizenship in particular develop solidarity and promote tolerance among young people, in particular in order to foster social cohesion in the European Union, foster mutual understanding between young people in different countries, contribute to developing the quality of support systems for youth activities and the capabilities of civil society.The young people participating make new friends and helps them put in practice their competences. In fact, the participants are awarded the YouthPass certificate for their involvement in these kind of projects.

These are the Youth Exchanges ZTK has been involved in: –

2010 – Promoting Social Inclusion (Malta) – Participating Countries – Finland, Latvia and Malta

2011 – Coming together to Volunteer (Finland) – Participating Countries –  Italy, Finland, Malta and Ireland

2012 – Together We can Achieve (Ireland) – Participating Countries – Italy, Finland, Malta and Ireland

2012 – Sports A Way of Life (Malta) – Participating Countries – Italy, Finland, Ireland and Malta

2013 – From Rocking Chair to Rocking Horse (Finland) – Participating Countries – Italy, Cech Republic, Ireland, Malta and  Finland

2013 –  3,2,1  – Sports (Italy) – Participating Countries – Portugal, Ireland, Malta and Italy

2014 – The Great Outdoors (Malta) – Italy, Finland, Ireland and Malta

2014 – The Artist of My Life (Finland) – Participating Countries –  Spain, Ireland, Italy, Cech Republic, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovakia, Turkey, Malta, Lithuania and Finland

More is to come in 2014 & 2015 under the new EU Programme Erasmus +

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