BRAVO BiH

This project aims to promote social inclusion through sports activities and raise awareness of the important role of sports in everyday life. It distinguishes between using sports as an educational tool for working with children and youth and as a mechanism to promote positive values and education of sports workers and coaches. The project plans to transfer knowledge from experts to professionals involved in youth and sports, and ultimately to children and young people.

The project aims to empower young people by providing them with the opportunity to take part in training covering the topic of using the tourism sector to address high unemployment rates. The Training Course focuses on fostering economic growth, promoting cultural exchange, and developing skills necessary for sustainable tourism practices. The project will help participants to explore hidden or underrated landmarks from the participating countries, by identifying advantages for their promotion and deeper understanding.

The project aims to empower youth workers with essential skills in expressing themselves, conveying emotions, and fostering cultural understanding through the medium of mobile photography. Focused on the vibrant cultural heritage of Sarajevo city, the project seeks to not only enhance cultural appreciation but also cultivate a sense of social responsibility among youth workers.

The project recognizes the need for youth workers to enhance their competencies, ensuring they are well-prepared to address the challenges of hate speech. By incorporating innovative youth work methods and tools, the training course aims to provide practical strategies for navigating and transforming instances of hate speech. The emphasis is not solely on reactive measures but on proactively engaging in a transformative process that challenges the roots of discriminatory attitudes.

The ‘From Rural to Plural’ project, let me tell you, was absolutely incredible! It lit a fire inside me to keep exploring and embracing different viewpoints. And you know what? I made some lifelong friends along the way. The knowledge and skills I gained from those workshops, they’re like the building blocks of my personal and professional growth.

Hate, when expressed through words, behaviors, or attitudes, poses a significant threat to societal harmony. Left unchallenged, it can become normalized, escalating into physical violence on a larger scale. In the age of social media, hate speech has found a willing platform, influencing people across various sectors of society. However, there is a widespread lack of clarity on what constitutes hate speech and how to effectively address it.

The project aims to empower youth workers with essential skills in expressing themselves, conveying emotions, and fostering cultural understanding through the medium of mobile photography. Focused on the vibrant cultural heritage of Sarajevo city, the project seeks to not only enhance cultural appreciation but also cultivate a sense of social responsibility among youth workers.

Development of Youth Projects for Inclusion” is a youth workers’ mobility activity which will take place in Gaziantep/Türkiye between 15-22 April 2024. During the project, 30 youth workers from partner countries will attend this one week activity to have more information about Erasmus+ projects especially youth projects to be more experienced about youth works, to have learning experience in the youth work field

Erasmus+ & ESC Open Day organized by BRAVO will be held online on Friday January 26th at 17h CET. All those interested will be able to participate in informal conversations and receive a wide range of information about the process of registration in the Erasmus+ and ESC programmes, what it means to participate in it, how to look for partners, choose the right field of work, and learn how to apply for various Erasmus+ and ESC programmes as an individual participant.

Development of Youth Projects for Inclusion" is a youth workers’ mobility activity which will take place in Gaziantep/Türkiye between 15-22 April 2024. During the project, 30 youth workers from partner countries will attend this one week activity to have more information about Erasmus+ projects especially youth projects

The project is aiming to empower rural communities and transform them into comprehensive, inclusive, resilient, and self-sustaining Youth Ecosystems by fostering a culture of youth participation, leadership, and innovation and facilitating alignment with local, national, and European policy frameworks. The project envisions a future where rural communities across Europe are transformed into vibrant, resilient hubs of youth-led innovation, diversity, participation, and sustainable development.

The project is aiming to empower rural communities and transform them into comprehensive, inclusive, resilient, and self-sustaining Youth Ecosystems by fostering a culture of youth participation, leadership, and innovation and facilitating alignment with local, national, and European policy frameworks. The project envisions a future where rural communities across Europe are transformed into vibrant, resilient hubs of youth-led innovation, diversity, participation, and sustainable development.

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