Final conference and ending of the project Green Sport

With yesterday’s 14 th of November conference, hosted in Larnaca, concludes the activities of our project “Green Sport and Outdoor Activities for Environmental Awareness and Lifestyle“, a small-scale partnership within the Key Action 2 of the Erasmus Plus programme.
Thanks to all partners for carrying out the initiatives and activities under the project and contributing to the success of the project. Over the past few months we have done:

  • An educational programme based on knowledge and exchange of best practices in green and sustainable sports
  •  3 International Activities
  •  A collective research
  •  A manual containing good practices on sustainable sports and the main outdoor activities prevalent in the countries involved in the project

Educational boardgame YouPlay – Local testing

Today, under the umbrella of our international project YouPlay, we had the chance to test and promote our educational board game about active participation and SDGs with more than 100 people (youngsters, teachers, youth workers and representatives of the regional government). The event gave us inputs and feedback for the last revision of the tool which will be finalized by the end of the month.

Youth and participation- European and Italian institutions confront each other at CONNESSIONI 2023.

A day of pure youth protagonism was staged today at the Regina Margherita in Cagliari, where the activities of Connections 2023 “the Global Village of Social Engagement,” promoted by the Sardinian association TDM2000 International, continued. During the plenary, in particular, the more than 130 young people, youth workers and local representatives, discussed this morning the issues of democratic participation with representatives of the Italian and European Parliament.
Opening the proceedings, the senator of Fratelli d’Italia Antonella Zedda reviewed the main stages of her political experience. It was an intimate reconstruction that did not fail to bring out interesting insights into the merits of the youth/active participation relationship: “I started being interested in

Youth Fit For 55: Unveiling a Sustainable Future, One Interview at a Time

A Month-Long Campaign Showcasing Research on Sustainability Across Diverse Fields

In an exciting endeavor to promote sustainability and environmental consciousness, we are thrilled to launch the “Youth Fit For 55” project’s campaign. Over the next several weeks, the project will release a series of captivating interviews, spotlighting groundbreaking research conducted by its diverse partners.

The “Youth Fit For 55” campaign is set to be a thought-provoking journey into the world of sustainability, exploring a wide range of topics that touch our daily lives. With two interviews scheduled to be released every week, the campaign will culminate in a total of twelve interviews by the start of November.

Youth Work Seal – International Meeting in Malta

First international activity of the project “Youth Work Seal. Taking the Youth Work to the next level,” hosted in Malta Sept. 18-23. At the meeting it was possible to discuss the strategy to be applied for the implementation of activities and project management.

During the meeting, the project partners worked on the creation of the first multimedia content and digital resources to encourage e-participation. There were also opportunities to enhance dialogue with local policy makers and analysis of best practices (e.g. the meeting at the University of Malta).

Next project activitiesinternational seminar in Cagliari to create recommendations that will be presented to policymakers in March at the European Parliament in Brussels.

Join the Celebration of Erasmus Days

The European Commission has announced the official dates of  the upcoming “Erasmus Days 2023”!

Save the Dates: 9-14 October

Embark on a journey of international collaboration, learning, and friendship to celebrate the impact of Erasmus on youth across Europe. This initiative has been instrumental in fostering cross-cultural understanding, personal development, and creating a network of empowered individuals.

How to Participate:

Organize an Event: Host a workshop, discussion, cultural exchange or any other kind of event within your community.

Collaborate: Join an event and connect with other youth organizations to amplify the impact of Erasmus Days.

Social Media Engagement: Share your Erasmus stories, experiences, and aspirations using #ErasmusDays

For more information on how your organization can participate,

International Seminar YouPlay Project

During the week from the 26st of August to the 2nd of September 2023 the international seminar of the project YouPlay, implemented under the umbrella of the European project YouPlay, took place in Cagliari (Italy). The participants had the chance to test the created educational game to learn more about the sustainable development goals, providing inputs and suggestions on how to refine the game, its content and dynamics. – spreading the voice

As Europe gears up for the 2024 elections, there’s a rallying call for the youth to actively participate and shape the continent’s future. The European Parliament, in implementing a dynamic youth initiative called The Parliament is extending an invitation to youngsters across Europe to be part of this platform.

What is is a youth-driven movement dedicated to fostering unity, collaboration, and dialogue among Europe’s citizens. With a commitment to inclusivity and representation, aims to empower the citizens by providing a platform for open discussions, idea-sharing, and active involvement in the democratic process.

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Educational boardgame YouPlay Project

During the last week, the two italian partners of the project YouPlay TDM 2000 International and TDM 2000 have been implemented several testing sessions of the educational board game developed as one of the main results of the project. The activities involved local and international youngsters, educators and youth workers to better understand what are the weaknesses and the strenghts of the tool to then work for its improvement.

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