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Peace on you!

posted on 2013-11-19 by admin


Another project in Europe which will help us to advertise Live action Role Play as great non formal education method. PEACE ON YOU ! is a training course in 3.1.b action in frame of Youth in action programme and involves 37 participants from 28 organizations from 27 countries from Europe.


The project will take place for 7 days in Busteni , Romania. The aim of the project is to promote culture for peace and peace education in order to strenght the cooperation between youngsters and organization all over Europe especially in conflict and post-conflict zones.

You(th) are the conflict manager!

posted on 2013-10-30 by Andrzej Smyk


     We are happy to show you description of next project where Live Action Role Play is one of main methods of non formal education. The project You(th) are the conflict manager! join together 22 youth from 10 countries (Romania, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, Hungary,Turkey Netherlands, Estonia, Germany, United Kingdom) at Baile Herculane, Romania.

They will work together using nonformal learning methods, in general role play and LARP methods, to understand more about the modality to resolve a conflict. 


The main theme of the project is to use nonformal methods to solve or to help some important youth problems like train them how to revolve the conflitcs very diplomatic. The youth will be put in the situation when they can act a role and can express his fears, or can understand by being in the role of a abused and abuser.

Guardians of Europe

posted on 2013-09-01 by Andrzej Smyk


The ‘Guardians of Europe’ project’s aimed to explore the historical period of the Turkish wars from a different perspective, with the involvement of 25 young people from the Visegrád countries by organizing an exchange where young people can develop their interpersonal skills, have a good time together and in the meantime learn about each other’s culture and their common historical heritage.

During our 8-day-long exchange in Visegrád, Hungary the young people from the participating countries had the possibility to get to know each other, learn about each other’s culture and work together in order to explore their common heritage and similarities of their history related to the Turkish era.

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