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“Every day is a new chance to learn new things about yourself and people around you. On these kind of projects (Youth Exchanges, Training Course and seminars in the Erasmus+ Programme), through discussions and talking about similarities and differences in cultures, behaving, opinions, knowledge, skills, etc. and on interesting way, we have opportunity to work on ourselves and our surrounding.” Silvia, facilitator

To achieve these goals, all facilitators are using the methods of non-formal and informal education for easier understanding and sharing knowledge, skills and experience of participants. On the seminar we were speaking with participants about their learnings and they shortly said us what did they learn.

“I learned that every culture is so different but inside we are all the same, just humans that needs love and friendship.” Roberta, Sardinia

“I have made new friends.” Rea, Kosovo

“I have learned that thanks to this seminar, I got a chance to meet new people from different perspective.”  Merve, Turkey

“Small people, big hearts.” Ersi, Albania

“I have learned different culture, food and meet new friends.”  Sidar, Turkey

“I learned how to use multimedia skills and also that I am a good actor for forum theater.”

“From this seminar I learned cooperation.” Esra, Turkey

“That in every country is similar situation about inclusion and that all of us should work on it.” Nevena, Macedonia

“That situation in different countries.” Alessia, Sardinia

“I learned how to say Thank you in Albanian.” Gigi, Italy

“Social inclusion is important in society and if we want equality in society we have to accept defferences.” Morgan, UK

“Social inclusion takes time, effort and will.” Rina, Kosovo

“How to work in team and give space to others to express themselves.” Roberto, Sardinia

“Unique problems in different countries about inclusion.” Luk, UK

“About different cultures.” Enes, Macedonia

“Cooperation.” Dardan, Kosovo

“I have learned more about similar problem in different societies, about their activities and impact in their local communities.” Mira, Serbia