Call for volunteers – EVS in Hungary

Voluntary Service in a Mission   We are looking for volunteers aged between 23-30 for a one year EVS project in Hungary!   The voluntary service will take place in a youth rehabilitation center, where the volunteers’ tasks are to…

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Who We Are?

We are a non-governmental organization located in the beautiful multicultural city of Oradea, Romania. Our association was founded in 2008 at the initiative of a small group of youngsters eager to contribute to the diverse community they live in. Their goal was to implement and to promote sustainable development and respect for the Romanian society in Europe.   We are a small organization working actively with youth. Our main focus is on Erasmus+ projects (Youth Exchange, Seminar, EVS), however we work on other projects as well (Europe for Citizens, Cross-Border Cooperation Projects). We are passionate about our work, we love developing new projects and activities through which we can include and help young people by enlarging their horizon, showing them alternative ways they can develop themselves through non-formal education.


Overview of a successful youth exchange in Slovenia

“Erasmus +” program gathered youth in Slovenia On November 9-17, the youth forum “Fake news, fake reality?” Was held in Slovenia in Murska Sobota. The project took place in the Mansion Rakičan as part of the Erasmus + project. Delegations from 6 countries The forum was attended by 6 countries:…

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Entrepreneurship from A to Z-generation

Another beautiful youth exchanges has come to an end!    Our organization together with its partners Youth Center Bit (Slovenia), You in Europe (Greece), Patrónus (Slovakia) and Stowarzyszenie Inicjatyw Regionalnych (Poland) has successfully implemented the project “Entrepreneurship from A to Z-generation” held in Oradea, between 25.11 – 01-12.2018, funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Commission.…

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Follow-up of “Start it up – young entrepreneurs” project

In most cases, what really defines the success of a project is the way it is perceived by the participants after a certain amount of time has passed after the end of the project activities.  A common way to analyze this, is in the form of a questionnaire, where participants…

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What Participants Say?

  • Melinda

    “I really needed some fresh air, new people, new experiences. I was angry, I did not know where I belong. When I saw the project I knew I have to go and that was the best I idea I had lately. It was an adventure in many ways: I got to know many amazing people from Italy, Armenia, Albania, The Ukraine, Hungary, Spain, Turkey, and also my team mates from Romania."

  • Laci

    “For me this was my first Youth Exchange, nevertheless it was one of the best experiences I have ever had. Meeting new people, learning different cultures, developing new skills, communicating and visiting new places, all of this made my day. Every day was a whole new experience and a lot of fun.”

  • Dan

    “This youth exchange program had a special meaning for me as I had the chance to meet new people and make friends from countries I always wanted to visit. The topic was well discussed, the organizers made their best to offer us everything related to the debating schedule, accommodation and food. The location was awesome and we also had the opportunity to play different games in the adventure park."

  • Zsolt

    "There’s a great big world out there and the time to discover it is now. I did it. From the moment I was notified I had been chosen to participate, I started to count the days. It was as bad to wait, as later the departure from Dobra Siła. Finally we arrived, and from the very beginning the place, the other members, and everything in general just amazed me. I can't describe it better, it is a must try experience. Beside of the opportunity to travel and learn something new (like juggling) the project gives you a lot of things, unreachable by another way."

  • Csilla

    "This was my third exchange, and it was the country and the keywords under the topic that got my attention (jugglery :D ). Not only that we got to know each others' cultures, but all those 24 people from the other countries. It felt like having a family – the best family I can wish for. Everyone gained something: jugglery skills, performing experience, friendship and even love. The days spent together working and those nights by the lake or the fire gave us all an experience of a lifetime."

  • Ervin

    "It was all about balancing. Balancing through programs and free time, balancing through a slack line, balancing through languages... We shared our feelings and thoughts finally ending up in a loving community where everyone had the chance to open, create and express. The people were amazing, the programs were interesting and the organizers were flexible."

  • Csaba

    "It’s really hard to make a short resume about these two weeks, because it was amazing, full with activities and interesting people. I’ve seen and experienced many things. Many people and many cultures from Italy, Spain, Turkey and Poland in a big house at Stare Juchy, far from the city noise. The organizers made everything possible, great people, full with motivation and creativity. Thank you guys for everything!"

  • Meli

    "I really loved the exchange program in Poland. As a teacher, it was really useful for me to participate in various games, and learn new ways to attract people's attention. An intercultural environment is always a great experience, because you face for instance cultural habits that you took for granted."

  • Atti

    "It was my first youth exchange. Everything went just perfect, the place was amazing, just as the hosts. I'm really happy that I had the opportunity to meet people from different cultures. It's the perfect opportunity to meet something new, experience and evolve."