Nature in Motion

This youth exchange aims to bring 25 young people together. Participants will address the issues facing young people in their social, political and economic lives. They will discover the natural resources through activities in full nature, will discover the principles of sustainable development and will make a video collectively around the topic of "nature". At the same time, young people will discuss and think critically about food consumption. The situation of young people encourages us to provide them with knowledge and develop their skills in order to facilitate their access to the professional world.

In addition, by working to support the practice of full-scale activity, we can help young people discover themselves in “measured risk-taking” situations. It is by giving meaning and creating a link between the practice of a outdoor activity and a different way of consuming, more effectively, how we plan to achieve the objectives. We will encourage them to develop the spirit of initiative, through non-formal learning activities and we will systematically work in the most environmentally friendly way to raise awareness of sustainable development among young people.

Through this project, we seek to give young people the opportunity to get to know each other and themselves better; to perceive the impact of their actions on the environment around them; develop skills and attitudes that enable them to be active participants in sustainable development; develop their sense of being able to use and discover the video tools and the making of a movie from the script to the editing.

The objectives of the project are:

  • Discover natural resources through outdoor activities

  • Introduce the principles of sustainable development

  • Make two videos collectively around a "nature" theme

Dates: TBD

Participating countries: France, Spain, Italy, Slovakia and Hungary.

We are entitled to delegate 4 participants (age 18-30) and a group leader to the activities. The application has not been opened yet.

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