In 2016, our Foundation has organized a series of two projects (a youth-exchange and a training), both aiming at fighting prejudices and discrimination through intercultural learning and creative thinking.
During the exchange taking place in September 2016, more than 40 youngsters from 5 different countries interacted during a diverse and intense programme.
They also attended informal debates at the Ministry of Social Affairs, First Chamber, House of Europe and the Romanian Embassy in The Hague.
Based on the lessons learnt during the project, youngsters produced collages during a creativity session.
Participants to the training (taking place in December 2016) discussed the results of the youth exchange and integrated them into their own activities.
Please see below a video combining the collages created during the two programmes, which were finally turned into a card game.
The project was implemented with financial support from Erasmus+ Jeugd.
Please watch the video: