Voice of Teenagers in Europe – VOTE

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We often hear in Greece that politics is not important and even irrelevant to teenagers. This group of 30 high-school students will join forces to prove the opposite. Given that all of them come from small towns they want to find out if political and social participation on local level, in their home-town has anything to do with more abstract and remote decisions as voting for national Parliamentarian elections and even for the European Parliament.

Through various activities as the political theatre, peer learning, team work and interactive presentations, they will try to find ways of giving voice to youngsters, and transforming them into an active part in each decision making process, either in their home towns, at a state level or within the EU structures.

During the really well-prepared and exciting advanced planning visit, we could meet the hosting team, get to know each other, check the facilities and the food 😉 and even play some national and international sports. We met the headmaster of the school, members of the local government and tested the Baltic sea for few seconds. All we know now is that this youth exchange will be enjoyable and full of youth power!

Good luck, active and responsible teenagers!!

The Project is Co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme.

To follow the project activities, visit: http://voteproject.blogspot.gr/
To see latest new join them on FB: facebook.com/erasmusVOTE
For more information, ask Boyka Boneva at: boneva@interaliaproject.com