Asfar has 3 current Erasmus+ projects and is seeking participants and volunteers.

These projects are:

 

  • UK-Eurasia Youth Exchange – Evropa2Evraziis
  • Europe, Gallipoli and the Arab Revolt – EGAR
  • Micro-Enterprise and Social Action international Partnership – MESAP

 

UK-Eurasia Youth Exchange – Evropa2Evraziis

Evropa2Evraziis, the UK-Eurasia Youth Exchange brings together a group of young people from the UK, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey to participate in an inter-cultural youth exchange, active citizenship, youth solidarity and the promotion of cultural tolerance, fostering an international platform for social cohesion between EU states and its neighbours in the Caucasus/Eurasia.

 

Europe, Gallipoli and the Arab Revolt – EGAR

Through a multi-lateral Youth Exchange, focusing on 5 countries which were the destinations of 5 aspects of WWI: Gallipoli; Arab Revolt; Europe and Eastern Battlefields, young people will learn about the World War I through a unique experience during its’ centenary between 2014 to 2018.

Young People will develop new skills, designed to improve their opportunities to move into employment or self-employment, as well as mobilising digital and art-based skills to promote an outlet of self-expression. EGAR will also connect young people from different backgrounds, to learn about their different cultures and shared history through World War I and most importantly how this War influenced and affected their own countries from 1918 to present day.

 

Micro-Enterprise and Social Action international Partnership – MESAP

MESAP brings together partners from Western Europe (Asfar, UK), Eastern Europe (NAMBA, Bulgaria) & the Middle East (Cukurova Universitesi, Turkey) to develop youth enterprise training and digital skills, while promoting social action & civic responsibility in Young People through building their skills to participate in volunteering and developing their own enterprises and social action projects.

 

To learn more, please contact Asfar’s Erasmus+ Co-ordinator, Andres Mora at andres@asfar.org.uk