We have got to the end of our two year project (which ended up being a three year project due to the health crisis) with a great icing: two extra physical mobilities (finally!), which have taken place over the summer: one in Hungary in July and one in Poland in August. Unfortunately not all countries have been able to send participants for several reasons, but the students who were lucky enough to get together had the chance to learn and enjoy themselves a lot. Here is proof:
Video of the mobility in Hungary ‘Make a change’, from 4-10 July 21.
Video of the Mobility in Poland ’Inclusion in practice’ from 9-12 August 21:
It’s time now to say farewell, sadly. But let’s not forget everything we’ve learnt. Here’s a visual summary of everything we’ve done over the project. It has been kindly prepared by our wonderful Hungarian coordinator, Kati Hevessi. We’ve worked very hard, haven’t we? 😉
Also, here’s two end products we teachers have created:
Booklet on Good Practices on Citizenship and Entrepreneurship Education for Social Inclusion in Formal Education, download here.
Bank of Resources for Teachers on Social Entrepreneurship Education, download here.
We thank heartily all participating teachers and students which has made this incredible experience possible. We’ll keep in touch and continue with the important work of social inclusion and social change.
This document is the result of the activities carried out during the Erasmus+ Learning and Training Teaching activity, “Taking Action to Change the World”, which took place online on 24-26 March 2021.
This activity was part of the Erasmus + project “Entrepreneurial Young Citizens of Modern Europe”.
Students from Poland, Hungary, Croatia and Spain got together online to learn about young entrepreneurial people making a difference in their communities and to share their own experiences.
The last workshop in the programme was called: “Take Action to Change the World”, which was meant to encourage young people to be entrepreneurial and take social action in order to create a positive impact in their communities.
The following pages include their action plans about social issues that include the environment, LGBTI community rights, women’s rights, human rights and animal rights.
We are very proud of our committed and resourceful students.
Dear friends, summertime is here and we are taking a well deserved time off after a very hard academic year. The international health crisis has taken a toll on our project, and we’ve had to cancel our last mobility in Málaga, which was planned for April 2020. Hopefully, we’ll be able to make it in March 2021, as we’ve been granted an extension of time for our project.
However, we’ve managed to keep working online together, to keep in touch and share our concerns with our international partners on our Twinspace. For example, we’ve shared presentations on how online learning was carried out in each country. In addition, we’ve discussed how the pandemic was affecting our lives and done research on how the crisis was affecting social enterprises and NGOs, one of the main topics of our project.
What’s more, we’ve managed to have an online meeting to evaluate the hard work we’ve done over the past two years and share our feelings and impressions on participating in an Erasmus programme. It was great to meet our friends in these difficult times. You can watch it here. Part 1 and part 2.
Finally, here are some videos put together by Kati Hevesi, our Hungarian coordinator, summarising all the work developed during the project, both in-school activities and international mobilities.
We’ve prepared some dissemination materials about our recent Learning and Teaching Transnational activity in Budapest :”The Visually Impaired and Me” to distribute among our school communities in the partner countries.
Here’s a brochure on our last mobility to Hungary:
And videos: One prepared by Spain and one by Poland.
And here you can download a leaflet prepared by our Hungarian partners summarising all the international mobilities until now.
Finally, here’s a video to summarize our adventure:
In the video, you can see some pictures from Budapest too. The Spanish team was lucky enough to have the chance of spending some time in Budapest on their way to Dakovo and Kati and Erika, Hungarian teachers were so kind as to offer a guided tour around the city (the Spanish team is really grateful!).