Be part of Religion≠Hate - Youth Exchange on social inclusion, inter-religious and intercultural dialogue
Dates: 21 – 30 September 2018
Age: 17-30 years
Costs: Food and accommodation 100% free.
Travel costs maximum amount reimbursed €275
Participants needed - 8 participants
Participating Countries: Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Jordan and Georgia.
The exchange “Religion≠Hate” is a multilateral youth exchange under the KA1 of the Erasmus+ programme. The project’s idea come from the need to promote psychological well-being of LGBTI youth, inter-religious and intercultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity. Religion is very important because it often informs individuals and societies about moral values and appropriate rules of behaviour. At the same time, religion is often very hostile towards sexual and gender minorities (LGBTI). This causes two problems:
1) many LGBTI people are religious and are conflicted between their sexuality and their religion
2) even when LGBTI people are not religious many of their friends and family are, which makes coming out far more difficult.
The activities during the youth exchange are all based on the non-formal education method. The activities will include ice breaking activities, energisers, intercultural night, team building activities, role-plays etc. related to the theme of the exchange.
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