Erasmus + project ‘Living together: Let’s work on common understanding’ officially finished. 7 amazing days full with teamwork, knowledge and fun were shared with 48 participants coming from 6 countries, founded by Erasmus+ programme.
The countries that had the chance to participate and be part of this project were North Macedonia, Turkey, Italy, Serbia, Romania and the host – Germany.
The venue was a very nice German village called Mozen, where participants had a chance to enjoy the nature surrounded with lake from one side and forest from the other.
8 participants from Macedonia, representatives of the NGO Next Generation, broaden their knowledge and got experience in the topic of common understanding, and how to create a more inclusive society by addressing the problem of stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination and by raising the awareness and understanding of young people about the importance of intercultural dialogue.
The activities held were through workshops of theater performance and storytelling, debates and group work where participants had many opportunities to share the realities and practices from their country but also to hear for other countries.
In addition to the day-to-day activities carried out through non-formal education, participants also had the opportunity to participate in evening activities and organized sports games, table tennis, movie screenings, dance and intercultural dinners where different cultures, dances and traditional food were presented.