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Open Call for 5 Participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina for Youth Exchange in Casaio, Spain

Open Call for 5 Participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina for Youth Exchange in

  • Name of the project: I don’t belive in Meigas but in Valdeorras there are


  • Date of Project: 15.08.2021 – 21.08.2021.


  • Hosting organization: Valdeorras Vive 


  • Sending organizations: “BRAVO
  • Place: Casaio, Spain


  • Participants age: 18 – 30


  • The number of participants: 4+1


  • Working language: English


  • Deadline for applying: 20.06.2021.

This project is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus Program. This publication reflects the view only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. By Erasmus+ rules organizers will cover travel costs, accommodation and food. 


Galicia and its witches are well known in the national territory, clearly marking one of the tourist attractions today, especially in Santiago de Compostela. The oldest references date back to the 13th century and since then, these legends have directly infuenced the cultural evolution of this region.


This project tries to exchange different perspectives on witches, sharing refections among the participants thanks to their experiences or stories that a family member or friend has told them. A dialogue and debate will be sought about those traditional legends of each of the countries where youth participants are from, with an emphasis on cultural exchange and the difference between legends even though the base of witchcraft is the same. In addition, we will host participants in a old and misterious small town inner Galicia, giving them as well the possibility of visiting places as O Teixadal. Nights of Meigas will also be part of the project, understanding deeply rooted Galician traditions such as telling stories around the bonfre while quoting the witches’ incantation when the queimada is cooked. The fact that the participants are rural area gives the possibility of interacting with the natural environment that surrounds them, being able to understand the heart of the Galician culture of the interior in its greatest splendour. Therefore, this environment so remote and isolated from the city, it encourages a more relaxed atmosphere to engage in deep debates and talks on profound topics.


This project will give participants a possibility to deeply understand other cultures, people´s behavior and thus, totally eradicating any sign of xenophobia. Therefore, the main objectives of Valdeorras Vive with this project focus on:

  • To raise self, cultural, and ethnic awareness through non-formal educational methods.
  • To develop self-refection and the 8 key competences and skills among the participants.
  • To optimize the efectiveness and creativeness using a competency-based approach.
  • To reinforce understanding and interest in other cultures and their views, basic concepts and peculiarities through intercultural learning.
  • To promote positive and respectful attitudes toward various cultures, people and their specialty.
  • To increase levels of tolerance, peace, and cooperation.
  • To create strong and lifelong connections.

                            PARTICIPANTS PROFILE

  • Enthusiastic, interested in the topic and aware that we will be hosted for 5 days in a isolate and rural place
  • Young people who are willing to contribute the project
  • Able to participate the whole project (participants will not be able to arrive after or to leave before the arrival/departure day is establish on the project)
  • Good command of English language
  • Eager to exchange thoughts with participants with other backgrounds and cultures


  • Electonic Device:
    At least one of every country group must bring a laptop, tablet or electronic device.
  • Intercultural Evenings:
    For these activities, participants will prepare some cultural dances, songs, food, or anything they would like to share.
  • Weather & Clothing:
    Even though Spain used to have hot and good weather, we want to inform that during the day used to be around 30ºC but at night, it lows to 10ºC. Therefore, bring your sweatshirts or jackets for the evening activities. We will be mainly outside enjoying outdoor activities in a town with streets made of stones, so bring comfortable hiking boots.
  • Supermarket:
    There is just one small shop on the whole town, so if you want to bring any special food, drink or whatever else, we highly recommend you to buy them before taking the bus organized by Valdeorras Vive

Participants will be hosted in “Eco dos Teixos” during the project. Eco dos Teixos is a hostel and activities center located in the village of Casaio, in the region of Valdeorras.
The hostel has just been opened in 2021, with fantastic facilities and amenities, green spaces and rooms with bunk beds.
Participants will enjoy the wild nature of our region, the highest mountains of Galicia, our traditional food and lifestyle, engaging with the local community.

All participants must look for the best price of their own travel schedule to MADRID.
A bus from Madrid-Moncloa (just right in the entrance of the Air Spanish Forces Palace) will be waiting for the participants with some members of Valdeorras Vive NGO to travel all together to the north of Spain.
The bus ride will be around 5 hours and the departure time will be announced a week before of the mobility, since it will depend on the arrival time of all participants.
**All participants (except Spanish team) must count with 60/70€ less of their travel budget as it will be used for the ride bus from Madrid to Casaio, and Viceversa.


  • All participants must keep their travel tickets: flight reservation, boarding passes, bus or train tickets… If they are in paper, participants will bring them to the project and give them to Valdeorras Vive staff. If they are electronic tickets, participants will have to send them to Valdeorras Vive (procedure will be detailed during the mobility). 
  • Valdeorras Vive will return the travel money to all participants some weeks after the project. The payment will be a bank transfer through the sending NGO around two weeks after the project (as soon as we have all the participants´tickets). Remember that without the tickets we will not be able to return the money for the trip. 
  • Travel Budget to be returned: Keep in mind that only the money established by the EU will be returned for each participant according to the country of origin.
    Moreover, consider the aprox. 70€ less of the travel budget of the bus from Madrid-Ponferrada and Ponferrada-Madrid. The price of this bus will be confirmed a few weeks before the project.


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On 06.06.2021 in Sofia, Bulgaria, the first meeting of the project “BOOST-Boosting Outstanding Omnicompetent Successful Talents” was held – a 24-month strategic partnership, co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, which aims to create new learning and personal development opportunities for young people in Europe by providing interactive educational formats and methods based on the development of transversal skills. The meeting was attended by representatives of partner countries from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Italy and Croatia.

During the meeting, the partners discussed the future activities of the project, as well as the possibilities for deepening the partnership into the field of youth, sports and physical activity, education and skills development with a focus on young people.


• Increasing skills and employment opportunities;

• Modernization of education, training and youth work;

• Focus on young people


• The empowerment of young people and youth workers through all activities and results of the BOOST project;

• Practical, suitable for young people electronic learning platform – MEP, for the development of transversal skills of young people;

• BOOST handbook for youth workers with a practical focus on the development of transversal skills in young people.


  • Young people from the partner countries – at least 50 young learners from each country will use the lifelong platform of the BOOST project (200 in total) (unlimited users after the end of the project);

    • Youth workers from the partner countries will be able to obtain the innovative handbook, which ensures the development of transversal skills in the young people they work with – at least 200 downloads of the electronic version of the handbook and at least 50 copies per country to be distributed on paper for youth workers and organizations.


• Implementation of quality educational and research activities focused on the development of transversal skills of young people;

• Development, testing and launch of a fully functional e-learning platform – BOOST MOOC, aimed at developing the transversal skills of young people. The e-learning platform will be an online center for transversal skills, which will include various resources suitable for young people;

• Development of a practical BOOST handbook for youth workers, which aims to facilitate the development of the transversal skills of the young people they work with;

• 4 international project meetings – content management and development activities and 2 dissemination events in each country;

• Ensuring sustainability of the project results, due to the importance of the topic, sustainable results for youth development and wide dissemination of its usability and importance in the partner countries and throughout the EU.

Through the mentioned results and activities, the BOOST project will strongly contribute to the development of the youth sector and will develop the transversal skills of young people in the current difficult situation. Interactive tools will be used to prepare content that will help young people increase their level of development and provide them with tips and tricks on how to further develop their transversal skills: critical and innovative thinking, presentation, communication and organizational skills, teamwork skills, self-discipline, enthusiasm, perseverance, self-motivation, tolerance, openness, respect for diversity, intercultural understanding, media and information literacy, ability to discover and access information ability to analyze and evaluate media content, physical health, religious values ​​(UN definition), which will be extremely useful for their proper professional and personal development if they are improved.

The long-term benefits will be provided by the sustainability of the BOOST project results, which focus on the crucial topic of transversal skills development, which will be even more relevant in pandemic recovery, through the use of the e-learning platform – MEP and the handbook. after the end of the project.


  • Coordinator: Bulgaria Sports Development Association (Bulgaria), www.bulsport.bg;



The project “BOOST-Boosting Outstanding Omnicompetent Successful Talents” (BOOST) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, managed in Bulgaria by the National Agency Erasmus+ – Human Resource Development Center


Open Call for 5 participants – Berane, Montenegro

Open Call for 5 participants - Berane, Montenegro


  • Date of Project: 29.06.2021 – 07.07.2021.

  • Hosting organization: “EPEKA Montenegro”

  • Sending organizations: “BRAVO

  • Place: Berane, Montenegro

  • Participants age: 18 – 30

  • The number of participants: 5

  • Working language: English

  • Deadline for applying: 20.06.2021.

This project is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus Program. This publication reflects the view only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. By Erasmus+ rules organizers will cover travel costs, accommodation and food.


We are cordially inviting you to the first youth exchange in the frame of the project Fighting corruption, expanding the Union.

We think it is very important for our future and democracy and to start even harder in the youth sector in the field of fighting corruption.

Please read this info-pack carefully and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. We are here to clarify all the details of the project, to help and support you!

About the Project: The project Fighting corruption – Expanding the Union involves 11 partner organizations from both EU and non-EU countries (Albania, Croatia, Spain, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Belgium, Kosovo, Slovenia and as the coordinator of the project and host Montenegro).

  • Increase the level and intensity of cooperation between programme countries and partner countries from WB. Relate to this is also the long-term aim of creating a robust youth anticorruption platform focused on the WB but working with a decidedly inter-regional and trans-sectoral perspective.
  • Increase the capacities of youth organizations based in WB.
  • Increase the competences of youth workers in WB, the EU and beyond.
  • Educate youth about recognizing, reporting and fighting corruption
  • Establish the image of the EU as a supranational entity taking a stand against corrupt practices
  • Design a toolkit for educating youth about corruption
  • Educate the general public about corruption in their country and ways of opposing it

                                                                                OUTPUTS OF THE PROJECT

Educational modules based on non-formal learning methods; corruption in different sectors and its effects, media literacy, open information society, online anti-corruption activism.

Each partner organization with their participants will take over FB page Fighting corruption – Expanding the Union for one activity day under mentorship of professional journalist from Berane.

Outputs: final toolkit version, 2 cultural events, press conference


BERANE – the third biggest city in the north of Montenegro. It is one of the administrative centres of this region. Situated on the Lim river, Berane is a multi-ethnic and multi-confessional city, brimming with history.

MONTENEGRO – small country of exceptional natural beauty; it offers both the charm of the Mediterranean as well as rugged mountains in the north. There are several national parks close to Berane – Biogradska gora and Durmitor are especially beautiful.



Univerzitetski centar – JU Dom ucenika i studenata Berane, bb Miljana Tomičića,
Berane, Montenegro

Travel, Food and Accommodation

Participants will be accommodated at the newly renovated Student dorm in Berane (https://www.facebook.com/domberane) in the city center with private toilets, shower and a breakfast. There will be 2 or 3 person per room, of the same gender or according to previous arrangements. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served in the dormitory or in the city center. Coffee breaks will be available every day, too.

Every participant has to send us a proposal of itinerary in advance for confirmation asap. Copy of their tickets and boarding passes via e-mail and the originals via postal mail. Once we receive all of the tickets, we will reimburse your money via bank transfer or cash on the spot-whichever you prefer.

The food and accommodation will be provided and paid by the host organization EPEKA Montenegro, with financial support of the Erasmus+ Programme, the European Commission. Regarding tickets for traveling, 100% of travel costs will be reimbursed on the basis of the CHEAPEST possibilities, e.g. second class railway tickets, bus, flights etc. by bank transfer after the kick off meeting as soon as we get the original tickets to our mail address by post. We need you to buy round trip tickets, and send us a copy by email before arriving here, so our accountant knows, and adjust the budget.


We advise you to buy your tickets as soon as possible, so that it fits in our limited budget for 100% reimbursement. Thus, we ask you to save all documents (Original tickets, boarding passes, invoices or bills with the ticket price) which are related to your travel, since the documentation background is obligatory for reimbursement. We kindly ask you to buy all the tickets for the travel for both directions – return tickets (plane tickets, train tickets, bus tickets and etc.), because we will be able to reimburse only REAL EXPENSES (made expenses).

IMPORTANT: We cannot refund any travel costs done by taxi. Please note if you buy your tickets in a currency other than EUROs, we will convert to EUROs according to the exchange rates from the official European Commission website: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/inforeuro/index.cfm?Language=en Participants must travel from the country of the sending organization, and back. Following the guidelines of the Erasmus + programme the travel back must be realized by the participants on direct way within maximum of 2 days. (You can arrive in Montenegro up to 2 days in advance and leave up to 2 days later. The stay for an additional days is not covered from the projects’ budget)


  • Passport or ID

  • Comfortable clothes for the activities

  • Towels and personal care products:
    shampoo, tooth paste etc.

  • Camera, laptop etc.

  • Pills and medicines.

  • Swim suit

  • Good atmosphere 




Contact person:

Matej Tisaj                                                                                                              Štefan Simončič

+386 31 593 074 (WhatsApp)                                          OR                              +382 68 474 315

[email protected]                                                                                                     [email protected]






Results for YE “We Are Art” In Yerevan, Armenia

Selection Results for In Yerevan, Armenia

  • Name of the project: YE “We Are Art”

  • Date of Project: 02.07.2021 – 09.07.2021.

  • Hosting organization: “Future in Our Hands Youth NGO ”

  • Applicant organization: “POKHARA”

  • Sending organizations: “BRAVO

  • Place: Martuni, Yerevan, Armenia

  • Participants age: 16+

  • The number of participants: 5 + 1 country leader

  • Working language: English

Selected participants:


1. Suad Murselović – Team leader 

2. Amer Bjelonja

3. Lejla Srna

4. Vedad Štaljo

5. Lazar Lukać

6. Esma Džamstagić


Waiting list:

1. Arnel Salibašić

2. Emana-Hanan Pinjić

3. Stefan Savić


Good luck to all <3

If you have any questions feel free to contact

World Autism Awareness day 2021

World Autism Awareness day 2021

There are worlds that need love, friendship, and tenderness. Today we peeked into one such world- These are our new friends from the Association for Creative Learning “Mak.”

On the occasion of celebrating the 2nd of April, World Autism Awareness Day, BRAVO volunteers visited the children of the association “Mak” and shared sincere smiles and sweet snacks with them!

The association for creative learning “Mak” aims to creatively improve, motivate and encourage the learning of children, parents, and all those who want continuous growth. The association discusses lifelong learning, and one of the active projects is “Mama cup of tea,” when moms come for tea and children participate in some creative activities. The association is currently working with thirteen children. In the coming period, they will be joined by ten more children whose parents are currently undergoing training, during which they are introduced to learning methods.

BRAVO always strives to point out the importance of the inclusion of people with autistic disorders in all spheres of society to achieve a better quality of life for all of us!

We really hope that as a society we will learn that it is okay to be different and that we will pay more attention to each others!

What is Autism?

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is a developmental disorder that is characterized by significant challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. People with autism often have difficulties understanding what other people think and feel. Because of that, it can behard for them to express themselves with words, through gestures, facial expressions, and touch. There is not only one form of autism but many subtypes, most influenced by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Since autism is a spectrum disorder, each person with this disorder has their own distinct set of strengths and challenges. That being said, autism can be a minor problemfor some or a disability that needs full-time care in a special facility for others.

The cause of autism is not known and there is no known cure for it. It continues throughout an individual’s life. Autism occurs all over the world in any socioeconomic background, race, or ethnicity. Boys are affected more than girls. Additionally, it seems to run in families, which indicates a possible genetic link to the disorder.

Symptoms of autism are usually noticeable by age two or three. Numerous research have shown that an early intervention for people with autism leads to positive outcomes later in their life. Different specialists, such as physicians, psychologists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, or physical therapists, can play a role in the evaluation process for a diagnosis of autism. These specialists can work together in order to help develop and implement intervention plans along with parents or caregivers. The goals of the interventions are to improve social interaction, communication, and/or behavior to enable better functioning in daily activities for the person with autism at home, school, and in their community.

World Autism Awareness Day

The UN General Assembly had declared April the 2ndas World Autism Awareness Day in order to “highlight the need to help improve the quality of life of those with autism so they can lead full and meaningful lives as an integral part of society”. April the 2nd, 2021, was the fourteenth time this day has been celebrated, the first being in 2008. As you might know, the color blue is often linked to autism. The idea originates from the autism advocacy association known as ‘’Autism Speaks’’. Their “Light it Up Blue” campaign invites people to wear blue to promote autism awareness, and because of this on April the 2nd we can see a lot of blue being shown off. Blue is also the organization’s primary color, and is linked with a calm feeling as well as acceptance in an otherwise loud world for people on the spectrum.

How did the BRAVO celebrate World Autism Awareness Day?

Our ESC volunteers from Turkey are currently volunteering in the Association for Creative Learning  ‘‘Mak’’ in Vogošća. It is a nonprofit association that aims to improve, motivate, and encourage the learning of children, parents, and others who seek continuous growth, in a creative way. The Association focuses on lifelong learning and is currently working with 13 children. Ten more children are expected to join in the upcoming period, as their parents are undergoing training where they are learning more about and exploring learning methods.

In order to celebrate the special day of autism awareness, our volunteers surprised the children of the Association with a delicious cake, bringing them genuine smiles and sweet bites while taking all precautions necessary against COVID-19. It was a truly meaningful experience to see the children’s joy. Days like these are important to the BRAVO and we always strive to celebrate them. We aim to promote the importance of inclusion of people with autism, and other disorders, to improve the quality of life for all of us. ‘‘Autism is not a disability, it is a different ability!’’