Held in Polistena from March 24th through 26th, Pro-Re-Active and partners are ready for the youth exchange.
A delegation of seven Youth Organisations from all around Europe, namely Egeria Desarrollo Social from Spain, Just do it (Poland), Bolu Youth Group from Turkyie, Tinerii 3D (Romania), the Slovenian Fundacija Studentski Tolar, European Cultural Epicenter Bitola (North Macedonia) and the Organizer association, the Italian Pro-Re-Active (from Calabria), have met – March 24th and 26th – in Polistena and Molochio (two lovely towns in Calabria, a beautiful southern Italian region) for the Advanced Preparatory Visit of Stay Human!
“What is Erasmus+? It is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe and
It has an estimated budget of €26.2 billion (EU Commission)”
Stay Human! Is a project funded by Erasmus+ through the Italian National Agency (Agenzia Nazionale Giovani) and organized by Pro-Re-Active. The project scope is clear: to foster awareness on Sustainable Development Goals as per the 2030 UN Agenda (SDGs), focusing in particular on the relation between climate change and respect of Human Rights. As a matter of fact, the way resources are used and thus available to anyone have a huge impact in terms of free access to water, food and other primary resources which are crucial in order to satisfy basic human needs. This for sure would impact basic human rights such as the right to life or to health. After the Youth Exchange (which will take place in Molochio, Italy 16-23 June 2023), the participants to the projects (people aged 18-30) would increase their awareness on these topic and would be able to continue as advocates for the cause, as well as promoting the SDGs to their peers and beyond.
Calabria, and their towns – Molochio and Polistena – located in the province of Reggio Calabria, in that area known as Piana di Gioia Tauro, have proved once again to be very attractive places for your Europeans willing to take part to the Erasmus+ program. In fact, Pro-Re-Active in October 2022 had the chance to organise another Erasmus+ program named Sustainable week when people from five European countries had met in Polistena.