#erasmuslife yEUth is happy to announce its participation in the youth exchange “Together as ONE” which was implemented in Marrakesh, Morocco from 20/8/2023 till 31/8/2023 by the ”Association des Relations Culturelles”. During the Erasmus+ project participants had the chance to communicate and cooperate together in order to achieve common goals in an international environment, and increase their knowledge on the topic of social inclusion.
For 12 days, the project was focused on providing a platform for learning to all participants which is a sort of space to share, develop, and exchange their ideas and experiences. At the same time, the activities of the project were aimed at fostering a greater and inclusive sense of belonging and identity, inducing a sense of tolerance among young people, and cultivating the importance of different values. The idea was to demonstrate the simplicity of the message that through respecting diversity we can reach tolerance.
It was a really amazing youth exchange through which all participants gained a lot of knowledge, competencies, and new experiences. The Dutch team came back very enthusiastic, inspired, and motivated, so we really wanna thank our French and Moroccan partners for creating such an impactful project!
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For 10 days, they focused on exploring why some people become dependent on substance use, what are the different forms of addiction, how to recognize a potential problem, and the possible ways to support someone in your life who may be struggling.
It was a really great youth exchange through which all participants gained a lot of knowledge, competencies, and new experiences. The Dutch team came back very enthusiastic, inspired, and motivated, so we really wanna thank our Estonian partners for creating such an impactful project!
Aron from the Dutch team shared his experience: << Going on a project was an amazing way to make new friends all across Europe. Besides the friendships, I didn’t just learn a lot about addiction & health but I learned about other cultures as well! This was the most exciting part for me, and all the amazing people of course!!! Thank you for everything>>.
Also julian shared his experience with us: << During the project we learned about the causes of addiction, how you stop an addiction, and what are the consequences at the brain level. In addition, people shared stories of how they dealt with addictions. We made stickers encouraging people to do either drugs or alcohol and not combine them as we thought it wouldn’t be a good idea in the Netherlands to say drugs are bad and NOT do them because people will do them anyway. Furthermore, we explored Tartu’s nightlife which was really great. All in all, I met a lot of wonderful people whom I still have contact with today which is absolutely amazing.>>