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The Olympic Youth web was a Youth exchange which took place in the summer 2002 in Athens/Piraeus. There were participating 70 people from 13 different countries of Europe and create in 9 days a Web page about the history about the Olympic Games. It was very interesting and the result is a very nice Web page. Take a look!

Responsible Organization: Hienet

 

The Multimedia Crossroad is the follow-up of the Youth exchange Multimedia Camp 2000 in Cologne.

It took place in summer 2001 on the Greek island Chios in the northeast of the Aegean sea. In different workshops, 70 young

people from 11 different countries of Europe create with the help of new multimedia a contribution for a cultural exchange.

Responsible Organization: Hienet

 

Youth Comics was a Youth Initiative where we made short stories about actual themes of society like drugs, aids, sport, racism, etc.

Click and choose a comic to see the results. Responsible Organization: Hienet

 

 

Youth Magazine was a Youth Initiative where we published with our youngsters 4 issues with the actual

news about our Organization and the Programs we are working with and participating in..

Responsible Organization: Hienet

 

 

Friendship Through Cultural Experiences was a bilateral Youth Exchange which took place in Volda, Norway, 2002, and in Athens/Kipseli Artas, Greece, 2003. The participants were people from Digitalis youth choir and a Greek traditional dancing group from the Cultural Association of Kipseli Artas.

Throughout the project we discussed differences and similarities in our cultures, taught each other songs, dances and traditional cooking. We explored the area around the venue of the exchange, through different activities, and we became close friends. We also had performances which involved the local community both in Norway and in Greece.

 

 

The Sound of Friendship was a bilateral Youth Exchange between a youth choir from Portugal and a youth choir from Norway. The first part took place in Lisbon, Portugal, October 1999, and the second part in Volda, Norway, April 20

60 young people with the common interest of singing, met and rehearsed together, got to know each other, discussing cultural issues, and made performances.

 

 

 

 

"Get the Picture" is a youth exchange program, which was carried out as a part of EU YOUTH PROGRAMME. 24 young people from Netherlands and Slovenia were participants in this film seminar.

The main purpose of it was to enable young people to come across different cultures and to open some new perspectives in old things through some activities. Workshops, lectures and some trips in the surroundings offered new knowledge to the participants.

The emphasis in the project was on the creation of videos, the participants were finding out about this media in small groups. In only nine days they filmed 12 short films.

Organization: Society of Allies for Soft Landing, Slovenia

"Peacefest": Within the projects of Society of Allies for Soft Landing young people from Posavje went to Wales in September 2002.

It was a 8 – day lasting peace festival, where young people from different parts of Europe (Netherlands, Spain, Sardinia, Romania, Poland, Wales, Israel and Slovenia) discussed peace, participated in different workshops (dance, singing, theatre…), looked around the countryside and checked out the sheep.

The main happening was a peace fest, where they created a protest note against the attack in Iraq and took it to London to hand it over to Tony Blair. He was absent so they gave it to his secretary. Next year they are planning a peace fest in Poland.

"Camp Močnik" is an international, volunteer based working and research camp, which took place in august, 2001. It was held on a water mill Rožman in a small village Zgornja Pohanca. It lasted for 8 days and 21 people from Netherlands and Slovenia took part in it.

The reason for organizing it was to preserve this rich cultural heritage. The participants tried to find the possibilities to do so through different activities, workshops, interdisciplinary work and research.

We also visited some of the cultural places and events worth seeing (ethnological museum Sušnik, waterfalls in Bohor area…), walked on hiking routes and went canoeing on the river Krka. We found out about works in the farm and the mill (making bread and typical Slovenian food made of flour and cereals, preservation of fruits…).

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