We are happy to announce that our 3 project have been approved:

“Protect your Environment. Make it obvious!!!”, a youth exchange with 8 different EU countries that will be implemented by TDM 2000 International in Kanepi (a rural area in the South part of Estonia close to Tartu)in May. The project will bring together 40 youngsters and 6 group leaders for 7 days of activities on topic of environment protection, sustainable development and art.

Our partners are:
TDM 2000 Estonia (Estonia)
Ignalinos jaunimo draugija “Sniego gniūžtė” (Lithuania)
Asociaţia Adamos (Romania)
Stowarzyszenie Absolwentów Liceum Ogólnokształcąceg o w Centru (Poland)
Centro Jovem de Santo Adrião – Synergia (Portugal)
Society “Limbazi Felt” (Latvia)
Associazione TDM 2000 (Italy)
JOETZ vzw (Belgium)

“Magnifier: Raising the Debate on Minority Issues!”, a training course that aims to encourage a discussion about how minority issues are approached and treated in Europe, and particularly in Cyprus. This training course aims to encourage inter-ethnic and intercultural cooperation throughout joint action for social intervention.
The course will be held in Larnaca, Cyprus and host 36 young people representing 10 European countries. The duration of the training course is one week and participants will be encouraged to get actively involved, sharing their opinions, cooperating and learning from each other. The ultimate aim of the course is to generate ideas for future initiatives.

Our partners are:
Associazione TDM 2000 (Italy)
ALINHAS? Associação Desportiva Juvenil (Portugal)

Youth Included (Czech Republic)
Draugija “Veikiam.Lt” (Lithuania)

Όμιλος UNESCO Νέων Θεσσαλονίκης (Greece)

Сдружение „Професионален форум за образованието (Bulgaria)
JuBuK e.V.: Verein zur Pflege jüdischer Bildung und Kultur (Germany)
Compass Európai Ifjúsági Közösségért Egyesület (Hungary)
Nadácia Krajina harmónie (Slovakia)


“Coexist in Europe”, a training course that aims to encourage interfaith dialogue among young people, bringing together representatives from different countries and religious communities. The course will be hosted in Bar, Montenegro, a renowned and long-lasting melting pot of different confessions and nations. A maximum of 35 participants can take part in “Coexist in Europe”, which will take place in the spring of 2013.

Our partners are:
LDA NK (Montenegro)
RYC (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
Twelve (Kosovo)
AGM (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
BBA (Albania)
ConnectART (Portugal)
Studenti per la città (Italy)
E4Y (Poland)
JuBuK (Germany)
Focus – ECFD (Bulgaria)