Wymiana w Rumunii: Be safe on the internet

Wymiana w Rumunii: Be safe on the internet

Typ Projektu:


Youth Exchange: 10th September - 22nd September 2020 (Arriving on 9th September 2020, Departure on 23rd September)








• promote the responsible and active European citizenship and the concept of social responsibility on the Internet among the participants;
• promote and identify relevant measures for personal, social and professional security on the Internet among participants;
• develop the creativity and the digital skills of the participants;
• develop visual tools to promote the social responsibility on the Internet and online safety;




The methodology of the activities it is based on non-formal education methods, as socio-educative animation (get to know each other games, team building games, energizers, ice-breakers, treasure hunt), educational debates, a Court simulation, NGOs fair, workshops, role play, Open Space Technology, Stop motion animation, Living Library, Flash mob, and many other active and creative methods, games or exercises meant to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and the exchange between participants.




The intercultural dimension of any international project it is very important, as it is a great opportunity for you to present your country, your national food and drinks, traditions and so on, but also your way to be, your lifestyle, your way to communicate, etc. As you already know, in every each evening, between 22:00 and 23:00 we will have intercultural evenings. So, for this one and a half hour, every each night, one national group will be responsabile to prepare an activity (games, thematic parties, etc.) in which you will also present your country, your national food and drinks, dances, etc.




During the 1st Activity Day, there will be a working session called NGO Fair. It is a partnership building activity. During this session, you (every each national group) will have to present your sending organization. You can bring electronic presentations (.ppt, prezi.com, etc.) but also flyers, brochures, or any other promotional materials you would like to share with the others. Every each country will have 8 minutes for its sending organization presentation. Be creative and promote yourself as much possible, because this projects it is not just an opportunity to develop friendships between people, but also an opportunity for NGOs to develop partnerships and future projects together.




Number of participants:
Every each partner will be represented during the youth exchange by 8 participants and one group leader – 9 person in total

Participants age:
16 - 30 years old. The group leader must to be older than 18 years old.

Gender equality:
It is important that in the participants’ selection process to take into consideration also the gender equality criteria (it is recommended that your group of young participants to be composed by 4 girls and 4 boys.

Young people with fewer opportunities:
Taking in consideration that Erasmus+ is a program that develop opportunities for young people, this project it is a good opportunity for you to involve also the young people with fewer opportunities from your own community. This is why, we highly recommend you that at least one participants from every each national group to be with fewer opportunities (financial difficulties, geographical dificulties, speacial needs, etc.)

Participants background:
The 8 participants from every each group should be young people interested in the project’s topics, motivated to participate in the young exchange by the learning process and also opened to get involved in the dissemination activities.

We are looking forward to meet positive and involved people!




The group leaders must be youth workers (volunteers coordinators, facilitators, trainers, etc.) in your organization. They have to be older than 18 years old, with experience in youth working and as a group leader.

Recommended group leaders profile:
- Has interpersonal and communication abilities;
- Has a strategic thinking and is focused on results thinking;
- Has a positive and supporting attitude; - Has Team spirit;
- Pays attention to details and promotes a positive attitude among the participants;
- Has coordinating, planning and organizing abilities; - Has English speaking skills (at least medium level); - Has experience in volunteering, non-formal education and youth working;
- Is a good mediator;
- Has facilitating abilities;
- Has evaluating abilities.




Step 1: All the return documents (return boarding passes, return bus tickets, etc.) or any other missing travel documents will be send by all participants by post. 

Step 2: We will collect all your travel documents from you (including the return ones) and we will centralize them in one reimbursement document for every each participant. Then, we will send this reimbursement documents back to you, by email to sign them (also your sending organization - as the receiver of the reimbursement - will sign and stamp them).

Step 3: Your sending organization will send us by email the reimbursement documents, signed by all participants and by its legal representative.

Step 4: After receiving the signed reimbursement documents we will make the money transfer through bank in the bank account of the sending organization.




The accomodation is 100% covered by Erasmus+ Programme.

You will stay in rooms of three and four people. If you want to stay in the same room with a particular person please let us know. You can find more about the place we will stay (the Hotel Sophia Comanesti ) on their website: SOPHIA.

The food and coffee breaks are 100% covered by Erasmus+ Programme. There will be three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and 2 coffee breaks per day. On the arrival day it is included just the dinner and on the departure day it is included only breakfast.

It is very important to tell us if you have any allergies or if is there something that you do not eat, if you are vegetarian, have a diet, etc.

If you want to stay more in Romania, (one or two more days before or after the project), we can help you to find a hostel/hotel, but we are not able pay for it, as it is not an eligible cost (accommodation or meals). So, staying one or two more days it is all on you. Still, if you decide to stay more, please let us know, as we need to request the National Agency’s approval.




We recommend you have have a medical travel insurance before coming for your staying in Romania. The medical help

might be expensive here if you do not have a travel insurance. The travel insurance cost it isn’t an eligible cost for the project budget so it cannot be reimbursed.


We also recommend you to have with you your personal medicines (during the youth exchange we will have a First Aid Kit and some general medicines in case someone ask for it).

Please bring warm clothes. The average temperatures are usually oscillating between 4 and 5 degrees for the period when the advance planning visit will be held.

The average temperatures are usually oscillating between 6 and 17 degrees for the period when the project will be held. We will give you further information about the weather as the youth exchange as the project gets closer.

Also, please bring your favorite music and anything else you consider necessary, as hair dryer, slippers, etc.




Before the Youth exchange - you should promote the project on your Facebook page, website or other communication own dissemination channels. We will send you soon the official poster of the project and the information you already have it here.

During the Youth exchange - you should upload photos from the activities on your Facebook page or on other social networks or dissemination channels.

After the Youth exchange - you should write an article (a small report) and publish it on your blog, site or other dissemination channels (as newspapers, etc.), but also to organize a dissemination activity (conference or meeting with other young people) where you will present the project results.

It is very important that the young participants to be involved in the dissemination activities after the youth exchange. Also, you should send us proofs (pictures or links) and a small report (what happened, when happened, where happened and who participated) with your dissemination activities.




For a good implementation of the project, but also for developing best practices in youth working and youth projects, your feedback counts for us.

This why, during the entire project, there will be more evaluation phases (Before the YE, After the YE, Final evaluation) when you will be asked to fill in evaluation questionnaires or we will have skype meetings to discuss about the project implementation.

Of course, anytime you would like, your feedback it is more than appreciated, so do not hesitate to give us every your suggestions or why not your appreciation.




The area of the town of Comănești has been inhabited since the Neolithic period - Neolithic remains were found in the Vermești area of the town. The name is derived from the Cumans who once ruled the region. Its first written record dates from 1657, and its first presence on a map from the 1696 Sanson Map.

From the late 18th century onwards, the town was in the domain of the Ghica family of boyars, who remained an important presence in the area until the middle of the 20th century. The Ghica Palace (now housing the local museum), the park in front of the museum, and the railway stations are testimonies to their presence in the town.





Typ Projektu:


Erasmus+ KA1 Youth Exchanges Programme






The participant organizations are from Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria and Poland. Seeing the need of intercultural exchanges and dialogue among youngsters coming from these countries, project partners designed the proposed project together.
The main objectives of the project are:
• to create intercultural environment and enhance tolerance and empathy, to show that cultural differences are an advantage rather than a disadvantage.
• to accept cultural differences and enhance understanding of each other’s culture.


The project will attain manifold aims such as: promotion of intercultural exchanges and diversity, values of democracy, tolerance and respect of human rights. We plan to steer debates about the most pressing social issues and the role of youth in addressing intercultural learning and social inclusion of people with fewer opportunities. Moreover, the initiative will give new ideas on how youngsters can engage more actively in social life.





Participants will have wider perspectives on youth activism and exchange understanding of their role in intercultural society. By doing so, we will have more ideas to suggest to local stakeholders regarding the development of particular issues addressed during the project, which will have added value not only for the community where the exchange is held, but for the communities where participants come from too. Besides, we will improve understanding on how to establish intercultural relations, debate and discuss ambivalent issues in an international setting.
Meantime, we will improve soft skills such as communication, self-performance and presentation skills. The project gives equal opportunities to every young person to participate in the action with special emphasis on the needs of youth with fewer opportunities. The composition of the participants will be diverse as they will come from very distinct cultural, national, ethnic and religious backgrounds.




Various methods such as icebreaker games, group and individual work, brainstorming sessions, sticker, power and name games are included in daily agenda. During these activities, we enhance multiple skills and approaches. Additionally, reflection sessions will be used to track record on development and exchange ideas on the project and how it can be improved.




The expected background of participants is youth 18 to 30 years old with interest in learning about other cultures. Younger participants will be also welcomed, but not let than 16 years old.


Each team will be composed of 9 participants and 2 Group Leaders (in total 44 participants). The Leaders of the national groups must have experience in being a leader in youth exchanges or youth work.


Participants should be able to communicate on English language at the sufficient level (you will need to communicate a lot in English language during the sessions and do presentations during the mobility, so it is not possible to participate with zero knowledge of English language).


We expect that all participants will take part in all activities. In the case of unauthorized absence from activities and workshops we will not reimburse your travel costs and you are at risk of being sent home.




POLAND : up to 180 EUR


ONLY the most economic and cheap way of transportation will be taking into consideration. Please do not buy tickets if you have NOT received approval of them.
After participants are selected they will have 7 days to choose tickets and to buy it. If they do not comply with the deadline, the organizer reserves the right to exchange with another participant.




During the project, you will have to leave all your travel documents (the tickets you used to come to Lithuania and invoices). After you come back from Lithuania you will have to send all ORIGINAL boarding passes, invoices and tickets by post to the address of the Organisation (which will be provided during the project). After we receive all documents from all participants from your country we will make a bank transaction to your sending organization or to your group leader’s bank account. If you cannot provide us with an invoice for a certain expense, it is important to check if the price is written on the ticket itself. Only the most economical way of travelling will be approved! Before booking any tickets, you MUST get an approval from our coordinator on e-mail. Please send us the screenshot of tickets that you would like to buy. It has to be clear what are the dates, times and the price of the tickets.


We do not reimburse any 1st class or business class tickets, travel agencies as well as taxi service. Keep that in mind! Tickets bought without our approval will not be reimbursed.


Once we know the time of your arrival our team will organize or will explain how to use public transportation from there to the venue.


Departure time on 20th of April after breakfast (9:30h local time). We will be in Vilnius around 10-10:30 






Lithuania is a country that can be easily reached by low cost flights. Good tickets websites are: www.skypicker.com, www.skyscanner.net, www.momondo.com, www.kiwi.com and some Lithuanian websites like www.greitai.lt and www.skrendu.lt. We encourage you to find your flight using various flight companies, but buy to it directly from the airline (usually it is cheaper) Your final destination is Vilnius oro uostas (airport) or Kaunas (airport). You can come 3 days before the project and stay 3 days after the project if you would like to explore Lithuania in general or Vilnius. If you would like to spend more time here, discuss it with your project coordinator. Vilnius is really worth visiting and we strongly recommend you to plan a trip to the capital. It is full of history, amazing architectures, Art galleries, street musicians. Vilnius was the 2009 European capital of culture.


The local currency in Lithuania is the euro; the state language is Lithuanian, while many residents of the country communicate in English, Russian and Polish. The official language of the project is English but if you want to learn some Lithuanian phrases you are welcome This online resource can help you: https://www.loecsen.com/en/learn- lithuanian. Feel free to contact our members for recommendations of hotels/hostels or local places that are interesting to see. Keep in mind that accommodation and food for extra days that you will stay in the country is covered by you.




During the project we all will stay in „La Villa Royale“. It is a villa house commonly used for weddings, team building activities and other big gatherings. The venue is situated 36 kilometers from Vilnius and 12 kilometers from Trakai. Participants will be accommodated in rooms of 2-4 people of the same gender. If you have any requirements regarding the room arrangements please let us know in advance (not later than a
month before the project starts). You can see more pictures of the venue here: http://www.lavillaroyale.lt/lt/galerija/gamta. Participants will be provided with towels, but you must have your own toiletries. During one of the evenings we will have a sauna evening. Please bring your swimwear.




Health insurance is the responsibility of the participants! Please, make sure you are covered with an insurance plan during your stay in Lithuania! Please take an European Health Insurance Card. The European Health Insurance Card (or EHIC) is issued free of charge and allows anyone who is insured by or covered by a statutory social security scheme of the EEA countries and Switzerland to receive medical treatment in another member state for free or at a reduced cost, if that treatment becomes necessary during their visit (for example, due to illness or an accident), or if they have a chronic pre-existing condition which requires care such as kidney dialysis. The term of validity of the card varies according to the issuing country. All EU members have right to European Health Insurance Card – get one before coming to Lithuania. You can find more info on http://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/1073.aspx. We also recommend to take additional health insurance. Participants that do not have any travel insurance will not be able to do check in the venue. Keep that in mind!




● Comfortable and warm clothes + stable and reliable shoes
● Swimming costume

● All participants should prepare for intercultural evening (in this evening each country will present their culture) During the presentations, PC and projector will not be allowed. Be creative ☺

● There is a pharmacy nearby, but we recommend you to bring your own medicines.
● This youth exchange is not a personal vacation or an excursion. Be prepared to learn a lot of new things. Though, you should be prepared to have tones of fun.
● Bring a hair dryer if needed. At least one per team.




At the end of a project you will get an Youthpass. Youthpass is a European recognition tool for non-formal and informal learning in youth work.
It will confirm your participation in the project and will reflect which skills you learnt during the project.
More about Youthpass you can read on the official website: www.youthpass.eu




If you wish to participate in creating and leading one or several workshops together with our facilitator, we are ready to cooperate! For this participation, you need tell us your idea. 
Group leaders can expect to be contacted by the facilitator regarding the activities they will organize.





Szczegóły projektu

Data projektu 01-01-2021
Zakończenie projektu 01-01-2021
Liczba miejsc 9
Uczestnictwo 2019-2-RO01-KA105-064161
Miejsce Rumunia, Comanesti
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