Seiklejate Vennaskond on noorteorganisatsioon, mis loodi mitteformaalsel kujul juba aastal 2003, praeguseks on tegu MTÜ-ga. Aastatel 2004-2015 oleme korraldanud üheksa noortevahetust ja kaheksa koolitust Eestis ja viinud läbi mitmeid kohalikke üritusi. Oleme üks Eesti suurimaid saatvaid organisatsioone, saates aastas sadu noori ja noortega töötavaid inimesi noortevahetustesse ja koolitustele. Samuti oleme saatev organisatsioon EVS vabatahtlikele, meil on projekte nii Euroopas, Aasias kui Aafrikas.

24 juuli 2013

Noortevahetus eksootilises Albaanias!

1.-9. september toimub Tiraanas, Albaanias noortevahetus, mille teemaks on kaasamine ja identiteet. Teemat uuritakse läbi kunsti ja teatri. Eestist on oodatud osalema 4 noort vanuses 18-25 ja grupijuht (18+). Lisaks Eestile on kohal veel Itaalia, Poola, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Türgi ja Albaania noored. Kohapealsed kulud (majutus, toit jne) on kaetud programmi Euroopa Noored poolt 100 %, ise tuleb osalejatel tasuda lennukipiletid, mille eest saab pärast 70 % tagasi. Hetkel on saadaval Albaania kohta väga soodsad piletid - alla 300 €. Kandideerimiseks lae alla ANKEET ja saada see aadressile: seiklejate.vennaskond@gmail.com Hetke seisuga (06.08) on kaks vaba kohta - kes kiiremini reageerib, saab Albaaniasse! Faili nimeks pane enda ees- ja perekonnanimi + Albaania. 

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Topic:
This youth project aims to support young people on the path to building an inclusive society
by giving a voice to the concerns of young people who experience different kinds poverty
marginalization and social exclusion and to inspire participants from different countries to
be engaged publicly in these important issues. Street theater or street performance is a tool
to effectively express the concerns and feelings of those experiencing poverty as well as
educate the general public about the complexity of their situation and inspire a more
inclusive approach to poverty.
Participants will have the possibility to be aware of cultural differences and learn about
other cultures through working in international groups. Youngsters with fewer opportunities
also will aware to raise up the voice, fight for their rights and the importance of trial to make
a change in life. This YE will be a starting point for youth leaders to work back in local
communities and fostering other youngsters to become entrepreneurs. This can lead to
social development of marginalized groups in the society.
Through this YE we aim to foster a better understanding of poverty and social exclusion of
marginalised youngsters. We are committed to ensure that the project will reinforce the
civic attitudes of participants and their awareness of how important this mentality is in building an inclusive society today. We want to show that together, by focusing on our
similarities, we can build a more human society based on respect and inclusion of
European diversity. This project will give diverse youngsters, Roma and others, the
possibility to voice their concerns as well as to speak up and engage with these important
problems.
Through this YE we also aim to give participants the first spark which will lead them to
future entrepreneurship initiatives. Art and entrepreneurship will be very well engaged and
participants will gain the skills on how to use art in a productive way towards employment.
The project will also give these youngsters the possibility to meet new people, collaborate
on international group work. Participants will also learn how to use intercultural learning in
the society. The activities which will be proposed, and lastly will conclude in a group street
performance will be composed interactively and demonstrate a creative way to tackle social
problems.
Objectives:
- Building up understanding between youngsters facing different kinds of poverty and social
difficulties;
- fostering mutual understanding and respect between minority and majority groups;
- learning about aspects of poverty and marginalisation to better understand the complexity;
- to provide opportunity for young people to stand up for their right and speak up about
poverty and marginalisation
- allow participants to self reflect on personal, national and European identity
- to increase skills of youngsters to be more active in social life.

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