Our Projects.

Lolivers members are very proud and keen on participating in several Erasmus+ projects. We have already represented Lolivers in Italy, Latvia, England and there many more projects on the pipeline. We are always looking forward to educate our people and spread the values and knowledge of our organization to the citizens of other European countries. Below you can have a taste of what Erasmus+ projects mean.

Project 1. Employability | Norway, 12 - 20 May / Italy, 2-6 July 2019

The "+ Employability" project is a KA1 mobility of youth workers under the Erasmus+ program, revolving around a Training course and a Follow-up seminar which focuses on enhanced competencies of youthworkers working with youth in the field of employability and personal development.​
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Project 2. The Plus | Italy, Sermione | 2-10 May 2019

The "The + » project is a KA1 mobility of youth workers under the Erasmus+ program, revolving around a Training course which focuses on enhanced competencies of youthworkers, in general.

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Project 3. Liepaja, Latvia | Environment Friendly Project

Objectives of the project
- exchange information/knowledge about ways to protect the environment
- raise awareness among young people about the importance of sustainable living
- create an informative campaign that each participant country will develop and implement in their
community

 

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Project 4. Citizens | Cambridge, UK

“Citizens and Voluntary Action (CAVA)” is a training course to be held between 2-9 February
2019 in Cambridge, UK, for youth workers from programme countries under Erasmus+ Key
Action 1 (KA1): Learning Mobility of Individuals, Mobility of Youth Workers. The project will
be led by Balik Arts and will be organized by a consortium of partners from France, Greece,
Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey.

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Project 5. Bitrimulti 2017

The aim of the BTM training course is to offer an international learning experience to practitioners active in the youth work field, enabling them to develop their competences in setting up quality Youth Exchanges as mobility projects under the Key Action 1 of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action

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Project 6. The Plus of Erasmus+

The aim of the seminar was to give the participants a complete picture of the Erasmus + KA1, KA2 and KA3 programs. The trainers provided detailed information on the possibilities offered by Erasmus + in the field of youth, emphasizing the philosophy and the tools required for the implementation of projects. They combined excellent theoretical with practical educational methods and managed to have active participation from all. Through interactive exercises, discussions and group work they gave the necessary stimuli in order to mobilize and use the knowledge we gained for the benefit of young people.

 

 

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Project 7. Media Transformers | Ukraine 

​A multicultural project involving Armenia,Georgia,Italy,Spain,Ukraine & Greece

Project's main objectives:

  • TO MAKE YOUNG PEOPLE AWARE OF HATE SPEECH AND HOW IT ISSPREAD THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA.

  • TO EXPOSE YOUNG PEOPLE TO NEW CULTURES AND BELIEFS, THUS

      FOSTERING THEIR TOLERANCE TOWARDS DIVERSITY.

  • TO INCREASE YOUNG PEOPLE’S AWARENESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND

      HOW THEY CAN BE SPREAD THROUGH ONLINE CAMPAIGNING.

  • TO INCREASE CRITICAL THINKING AND CREATIVE SKILLS OF YOUNG

      PEOPLE.

  • TO IMPROVE YOUNG PEOPLE’S DIGITAL AND MEDIA SKILLS, SUCH AS

      PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEOGRAPHY AND BASIC DESIGN SKILLS.

 

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Project 8. Benefits of Migration | Romania

​This project is a youth exchange initiative for young
people , which aims to promote a positive attitude towards
immigrants in Europe by informing young people on the
benefits of migration.

 

A Project involving Spain,Poland,Romania & Greece.

 

 

 

 

 

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Project 9. Good Start | Greece (Post-poned due to COVID-19)

​The "GOOD START" program is an Action of KA1 Mobility of People Active in the field of Youth under the Erasmus + program, and concerns an acquaintance / cooperation event for organizations with strong motivation for the implementation of Erasmus + programs for youth and mobility of People Active in the Youth Sector. The program aims to provide the right environment for building solid partnerships for future Erasmus + youth projects, with the main aim of enhancing the skills of young people and those active in the youth sector.

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Project 10. Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying (TC) | Diyarbakir 

​“Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying” is a training course which will bring 29 youth workers, leaders from 8 different countries together to get enough knowledge about ‘cyberbullying’,to learn how European Institutions are tackling it and creating tools (e-book, videosetc.) for youth workers for preventing bullying and being marginalized of young people.
Instead of being afraid of ICTs, we would like to support skills of youth workers and leadersto be conscious users. Diyarbakir, Turkey the 1-9th October, 2019.

 

 

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Project 11. Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying (EP) | Diyarbakir 

​“Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying” is an exchange project to bring 40 young people from 8 different countries together to get enough knowledge about ‘cyber-bullying’; to share/learn current situations in different countries and it effects in our societies, discuss about how European Institutions and our countries are tackling it and creating social media tools to increase awareness about this issue. In the another hand, we believe that ‘blaming’ new technologies might cause children and young people to have less interest in information and communication technologies (ICT) and it might also cause big problems in the future. Because ofthis reason, instead of being afraid of ICTs, we would like to improve skills of young people about the internet safety and make them to be conscious users.

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