Lernlabor is a Berlin-based social business with charitable status

We create innovative educational, cultural and artistic projects.
Through our local and international activities we foster creativity, (inter)cultural exchange and lifelong learning.

Lernlabor has
three main areas of focus

Youth Participation

We provide young people with the skills, tools and support structures to strengthen their active citizenship and participation in democratic life.
We run local and international projects, co-designed by young people, that engage with issues that are relevant to youth.

Outdoor Education

From our local climbing projects in Berlin, to international expeditions in Norway, Spain and Ukraine, Outdoor Education is one of our core activities.
We train outdoor leaders and cooperate with professional outdoor educators and guides to offer a wide of activities for all levels of experience, ranging from novice to advanced.

Art & Culture

We organise local and international residencies for emerging artists in addition to training courses for youth workers and educators focusing on art and culture as a tool for non-formal education and youth work.

Our goal is for these three areas to complement each other synergistically through forging connections between grassroots initiatives at the local level, educational cooperation at the international level, and the sphere of policymaking.

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2 weeks ago

CALL FOR GERMAN BASED PARTICIPANTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL YOUTH EXCHANGE IN RATHEN, GERMANY (13.04.2024-26.04.2024)

Project description:
Back To Nature 3.0 is an international youth exchange for a program country that aims to increase the connection between young people and nature. For many youngsters, everyday stress and online news are overwhelming and result in a negative effect on their well-being. We think that spending time in nature can help us to “charge our batteries” and find inspiration for our lives. Being outdoors can help to achieve inner harmony lead to self-discovery and generally contribute to well-being and a balanced lifestyle. Appreciating nature fosters a deeper understanding of the importance of environmentally sustainable and green Europe, promoting both individual and environmental well-being. The gained knowledge will help us to act as agents of change for environmental and sustainable development.

The project will introduce young participants to a region of Germany that stands out for its natural beauty and ecological diversity. During the process, participants will explore the local environment and each others' cultures in an outdoor setting. At the youth exchange participants will have the opportunity to discuss environmental issues on the local and international levels, do hikes, take part in workshops, meet locals, and organize the open day for the community.

Project objectives:
- To foster a connection between young people and nature and equip participants with practical skills for being outdoors.
- To raise awareness about environmental issues and the importance of sustainable living practices, inspiring participants to become advocates for positive change and living a more sustainable lifestyle.
- To encourage self-discovery and personal development through outdoor experiences, workshops, and discussions on topics related to well-being and sustainability, stepping outside of their comfort zone and exploring new ways.
- To facilitate cross-cultural understanding and appreciation among participants by exploring each other's backgrounds and traditions.

Accommodation, food, and travel costs will be fully covered by the Erasmus+ program.

Participation fee: €20

Deadline for application 22 February 2024

The application form: forms.gle/NuZhQceju4aoWfiA6

For more information, feel free to contact us:
[email protected]
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CALL FOR GERMAN BASED PARTICIPANTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL YOUTH EXCHANGE IN RATHEN, GERMANY (13.04.2024-26.04.2024)

Project description:
Back To Nature 3.0 is an international youth exchange for a program country that aims to increase the connection between young people and nature. For many youngsters, everyday stress and online news are overwhelming and result in a negative effect on their well-being. We think that spending time in nature can help us to “charge our batteries” and find inspiration for our lives. Being outdoors can help to achieve inner harmony lead to self-discovery and generally contribute to well-being and a balanced lifestyle. Appreciating nature fosters a deeper understanding of the importance of environmentally sustainable and green Europe, promoting both individual and environmental well-being. The gained knowledge will help us to act as agents of change for environmental and sustainable development. 

The project will introduce young participants to a region of Germany that stands out for its natural beauty and ecological diversity. During the process, participants will explore the local environment and each others cultures in an outdoor setting. At the youth exchange participants will have the opportunity to discuss environmental issues on the local and international levels, do hikes, take part in workshops, meet locals, and organize the open day for the community.

Project objectives:
- To foster a connection between young people and nature and equip participants with practical skills for being outdoors.
- To raise awareness about environmental issues and the importance of sustainable living practices, inspiring participants to become advocates for positive change and living a more sustainable lifestyle.
- To encourage self-discovery and personal development through outdoor experiences, workshops, and discussions on topics related to well-being and sustainability, stepping outside of their comfort zone and exploring new ways.
- To facilitate cross-cultural understanding and appreciation among participants by exploring each others backgrounds and traditions.

Accommodation, food, and travel costs will be fully covered by the Erasmus+ program.

Participation fee: €20

Deadline for application 22 February 2024

The application form: https://forms.gle/NuZhQceju4aoWfiA6

For more information, feel free to contact us: 
Salome@lernlabor.berlin

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which are the participating countries?

2 weeks ago

Earlier in January, we were so pleased to run the winter collective space “Seeds in the Snow: Winter Artistic Collaborations for a Shared Future” in Nigüelas (Granada, Spain). This project was created to cultivate togetherness through artistic explorations in Nature as a gesture of stewardship for a shared future.

During five-days artists, scientists, youth workers and civil society activists explored the tangled threads of the ecosocial crisis through collective learning inspired by socially engaged art practices. Through hands-on transdisciplinary methods, reflective dialogues and shared rural experiences, we look for artistic “natural” connections between different kinds of knowledge while experiencing togetherness.

During the time together we explored the uncertainties of the contemporary landscapes reflecting on the uncertain times we are living while rethinking about sustainability, climate change, collaboration and Nature among others. From the led presentations and discussions, to activities in the mountains and the local science museum (Parque de las Ciencias de Andalucía) while having local experts like Félix Picazo who shared with us a great lesson about ecology by collaborating with Nature. Also, these five days allowed an immersive (co)habiting experience as we lived together at the Molino while all the exchanged was taking place (listening, talking, drawing, hiking, reading, playing, watching, laughing, thinking, creating… and loads more).

As result, all participants created projects in collaboration to take further ideas and experiment on methodologies for all to experience. In addition, the process became an outcome collected in an “experimental tool guide”, a collective book created out of this project, soon will be published online!

This space was created by Seila Fernández Arconada together with Lernlabor team and the special professional guests as seeds in the snow, participating in this artistic endeavour together.

Thanks to all who made such special project possible as well as to our funders @jugend_fuer_europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺

#seedsinthesnow
#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
#jugendfureuropa
JUGEND für Europa

Seila Fernandez Arconada
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Earlier in January, we were so pleased to run the winter collective space “Seeds in the Snow: Winter Artistic Collaborations for a Shared Future” in Nigüelas (Granada, Spain). This project was created to cultivate togetherness through artistic explorations in Nature as a gesture of stewardship for a shared future. 

During five-days artists, scientists, youth workers and civil society activists explored the tangled threads of the ecosocial crisis through collective learning inspired by socially engaged art practices. Through hands-on transdisciplinary methods, reflective dialogues and shared rural experiences, we look for artistic “natural” connections between different kinds of knowledge while experiencing togetherness. 

During the time together we explored the uncertainties of the contemporary landscapes reflecting on the uncertain times we are living while rethinking about sustainability, climate change, collaboration and Nature among others. From the led presentations and discussions, to activities in the mountains and the local science museum (Parque de las Ciencias de Andalucía) while having local experts like Félix Picazo who shared with us a great lesson about ecology by collaborating with Nature. Also, these five days allowed an immersive (co)habiting experience as we lived together at the Molino while all the exchanged was taking place (listening, talking, drawing, hiking, reading, playing, watching, laughing, thinking, creating… and loads more).

As result, all participants created projects in collaboration to take further ideas and experiment on methodologies for all to experience. In addition, the process became an outcome collected in an “experimental tool guide”, a collective book created out of this project, soon will be published online! 

This space was created by Seila Fernández Arconada together with Lernlabor team and the special professional guests as seeds in the snow, participating in this artistic endeavour together. 

Thanks to all who made such special project possible as well as to our funders @jugend_fuer_europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺

#seedsinthesnow 
#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
#jugendfureuropa
JUGEND für Europa

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3 weeks ago

What a way to start the year! In January we held our Erasmus+ Training Course “Expedition Skills for Outdoor Education” in the beautiful surroundings of the Sierra Nevada.

Under the guidance of our inspiring trainer Rocio Monteoliva Herrera we provided youth workers from Germany, Spain, Greece and Poland with the necessary technical as well as pedagogical skills to plan and implement expeditions in high mountain terrain, ensuring that the Outdoor Education approach can be used to its full potential within the framework of European Youth Work and non-formal education.

Following three days of workshops on snow conditions, avalanche safety, risk assessment and navigation, we completed a winter traverse of the highest peaks of the Sierra Nevada, biwaking at over 3000 meters in the Refugio de la Caldera before summing Mulhacen (3482 meters), the highest mountain on the Iberian peninsula.

The main activities of the training included:
- Walking on snow and firn
- Ice-axe and crampon techniques
- Self-arrest training
- Improvised harness and self-belay techniques
- Snow conditions and avalanche awareness
- Avalanche Assessment Process & Reduction Method
- Avalanche rescue: beacons, probing and digging
- Navigation and leading in high alpine terrain
- Munter 3x3 risk assessment matrix
- Expedition planning
- Experiential Education Reflection frame: what, so what, now what
- Youthpass workshop
- Follow-up activity development

Thanks to our great trainers and our fantastic hosts as well as to our funders JUGEND für Europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
#jugendfüreuropa
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What a way to start the year! In January we held our Erasmus+ Training Course “Expedition Skills for Outdoor Education” in the beautiful surroundings of the Sierra Nevada. 

Under the guidance of our inspiring trainer Rocio Monteoliva Herrera we provided youth workers from Germany, Spain, Greece and Poland with the necessary technical as well as pedagogical skills to plan and implement expeditions in high mountain terrain, ensuring that the Outdoor Education approach can be used to its full potential within the framework of European Youth Work and non-formal education. 

Following three days of workshops on snow conditions, avalanche safety, risk assessment and navigation, we completed a winter traverse of the highest peaks of the Sierra Nevada, biwaking at over 3000 meters in the Refugio de la Caldera before summing Mulhacen (3482 meters), the highest mountain on the Iberian peninsula. 

The main activities of the training included: 
- Walking on snow and firn
- Ice-axe and crampon techniques
- Self-arrest training
- Improvised harness and self-belay techniques
- Snow conditions and avalanche awareness
- Avalanche Assessment Process & Reduction Method
- Avalanche rescue: beacons, probing and digging 
- Navigation and leading in high alpine terrain
- Munter 3x3 risk assessment matrix
- Expedition planning
- Experiential Education Reflection frame: what, so what, now what
- Youthpass workshop
- Follow-up activity development

Thanks to our great trainers and our fantastic hosts as well as to our funders JUGEND für Europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺 

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
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1 month ago

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE IN LUTTER AM BARENBERGE, GERMANY (15.03.2024-24.03.2024)

We are looking for participants from Germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, and Poland for the Training course (15-24.03.24) "Harvesting Hope: Artistic Alchemy and Collective Care for Eco-Social Renewal" in Germany.

This workshop focuses on the dynamic intersection of Art, Alchemy, and collective Care, drawing inspiration from ancestral and alternative practices while envisioning future scenarios of eco-social renewal. Through hands-on collaborative artistic methods, we will explore and interact with Nature, reflecting on the ongoing eco-social crisis to propose new questions and explore other forms of engagement in connection to topics like sustainability, climate change, extractivism, and uncertainty.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore these topics while actively participate in the alchemical process of artistic creation. This involves transforming individual narratives into collective creations that embody hope and renewal.

Led by Seila Fernández Arconada, an experienced multidisciplinary artist and researcher with international expertise in participatory and collaborative transdisciplinary projects. The workshop is designed as a hybrid format, blending elements of a training course and an experimental laboratory taking place over a 10-day training program from March 15th to 24th, 2024, in the unique setting of Lutter am Barrengerge, Germany.

Accommodation, food, and travel costs will be fully covered by the Erasmus+ program.

Participation fee: €60
Deadline for application 24 of January 2024

The application form: forms.gle/5kZyAwR9E5hgZGkM8

For more information, feel free to contact us:
[email protected]
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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE IN LUTTER AM BARENBERGE, GERMANY (15.03.2024-24.03.2024)

We are looking for participants from Germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, and Poland for the Training course (15-24.03.24) Harvesting Hope: Artistic Alchemy and Collective Care for Eco-Social Renewal in Germany. 

This workshop focuses on the dynamic intersection of Art, Alchemy, and collective Care, drawing inspiration from ancestral and alternative practices while envisioning future scenarios of eco-social renewal. Through hands-on collaborative artistic methods, we will explore and interact with Nature, reflecting on the ongoing eco-social crisis to propose new questions and explore other forms of engagement in connection to topics like sustainability, climate change, extractivism, and uncertainty.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore these topics while actively participate in the alchemical process of artistic creation. This involves transforming individual narratives into collective creations that embody hope and renewal.

Led by Seila Fernández Arconada, an experienced multidisciplinary artist and researcher with international expertise in participatory and collaborative transdisciplinary projects. The workshop is designed as a hybrid format, blending elements of a training course and an experimental laboratory taking place over a 10-day training program from March 15th to 24th, 2024, in the unique setting of Lutter am Barrengerge, Germany. 

Accommodation, food, and travel costs will be fully covered by the Erasmus+ program.

Participation fee: €60
Deadline for application 24 of January 2024

The application form: https://forms.gle/5kZyAwR9E5hgZGkM8

For more information, feel free to contact us: 
Salome@lernlabor.berlin
2 months ago

OPEN CALL for German, Poland, and Spain-based artists!

INTER(RELATION) PATH is an international project focusing on artistic research as a tool for creating an inclusive society through art residencies. This exchange will explore the topic of migration as a means of creation to promote social inclusion and intercultural dialogue between artists in Spain, Poland, and Germany.

The project will be carried out by three participating organizations, Creando por Soria (Spain), Lernlabor(Germany), and Logos (Poland). Each organization will choose one artist per country to join the entire process which includes:

1. Study visit to Poznan (Poland). During the study visit, the organization will present methods and practices for working with migrants and refugees. This preliminary meeting will give insights about the topic of migration and allow artists to meet each other. February 28 - March 2

2 Artistic residency in Soria (Spain). Artists from the three countries will participate in an art residency for two weeks. They will work closely with the local community special with migrant communities, the aim is to generate artwork during this experience sharing and learning from each other. April 2 to 15

3. Exhibition in Berlin (Germany). Artists will present the final results and artworks obtained through the process. May 2024

What are we looking for?

3 artists (1 per country), maximum 35 years old. Open to any artistic discipline but interested in the topic of “migration” as well as committed to working with communities in Soria and Poznan.
Each selected artist will be committing to join all stages of the project.

What do we offer?

Involvement in this international project, building networks, cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary collaboration at the European level.
For the development of your work, the organization will cover all travel expenses, accommodations, and meals, plus provided materials.

More information about the project can be found in Infopack: drive.google.com/file/d/1pWrsFZPl9Ot0iZb6c2Efe9wW4zOfNgPD/view?usp=sharing

Link for the application form HERE: forms.gle/TcEeXy4GkdEf29YE7

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: EXTENDED DEADLINE 11/01/2024 (midnight German time)

#interrelationpath
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OPEN CALL for German, Poland, and Spain-based artists!

INTER(RELATION) PATH is an international project focusing on artistic research as a tool for creating an inclusive society through art residencies. This exchange will explore the topic of migration as a means of creation to promote social inclusion and intercultural dialogue between artists in Spain, Poland, and Germany. 

The project will be carried out by three participating organizations, Creando por Soria (Spain), Lernlabor(Germany), and Logos (Poland). Each organization will choose one artist per country to join the entire process which includes: 

1. Study visit to Poznan (Poland). During the study visit, the organization will present methods and practices for working with migrants and refugees. This preliminary meeting will give insights about the topic of migration and allow artists to meet each other. February 28 - March 2

2 Artistic residency in Soria (Spain). Artists from the three countries will participate in an art residency for two weeks. They will work closely with the local community special with migrant communities, the aim is to generate artwork during this experience sharing and learning from each other. April 2 to 15

3. Exhibition in Berlin (Germany). Artists will present the final results and artworks obtained through the process. May 2024

What are we looking for?

3 artists (1 per country), maximum 35 years old. Open to any artistic discipline but interested in the topic of “migration” as well as committed to working with communities in Soria and Poznan. 
Each selected artist will be committing to join all stages of the project. 

What do we offer?

Involvement in this international project, building networks, cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary collaboration at the European level.
For the development of your work, the organization will cover all travel expenses, accommodations, and meals, plus provided materials.

More information about the project can be found in Infopack: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pWrsFZPl9Ot0iZb6c2Efe9wW4zOfNgPD/view?usp=sharing

Link for the application form HERE: https://forms.gle/TcEeXy4GkdEf29YE7

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: EXTENDED DEADLINE 11/01/2024 (midnight German time)

#interrelationpath
3 months ago

We would like to invite you to the collective exhibition and final presentation of "Post Truth? Countering Disinformation Narratives" in Berlin that will take place on the 12, 13th and 14th of December 2023.

This international project has taken place during this year with a number of collaborative art residencies, exhibitions and workshops in Ukraine, Poland, Germany and France. Together we engaged with challenges of the post-truth era focusing on the growing problem of disinformation and fake news and how it could be countered through critical thinking, media literacy and other artistic strategies.

We are very pleased to share some of the artworks done by the remarkable and talented artists who took part in this process and keep the discussion with whom would like to join in the program activities.

The collective exhibition contains some of the created artistic expressions but also documentation about the process and information about the artworks created and artists involved.

OPEN PROGRAM, ALL WELCOME!

12th from 19.00 Vernissage
13th, 14th from 16.00 to 21.00 Opening hours
14th at 19.00 Closing event & performance

Location of the event: Kunstleben Kreuzberg
Gneisenaustraße 19, 10961 Berlin

Also you can join a tour guide activities of the exhibition, options are the following:
13th Wednesday at 18:00
14th Thursday two options: 11:00 and 18:00

****Tour guide is a small group activity, please register here:
forms.gle/NkPsnrnw3v4dRAuU7

More information: www.postruthproject.net
#posttruthproject

This project has been initiated by Lernlabor and its civil society partners in Ukraine, Poland and France. The process has been guided and curated by Seila Fernández Arconada. This project is financed by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany in the framework of its Civil Society Cooperation programme.
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We would like to invite you to the collective exhibition and final presentation of Post Truth? Countering Disinformation Narratives in Berlin that will take place on the 12, 13th and 14th of December 2023. 

This international project has taken place during this year with a number of collaborative art residencies, exhibitions and workshops in Ukraine, Poland, Germany and France. Together we engaged with challenges of the post-truth era focusing on the growing problem of disinformation and fake news and how it could be countered through critical thinking, media literacy and other artistic strategies. 

We are very pleased to share some of the artworks done by the remarkable and talented artists who took part in this process and keep the discussion with whom would like to join in the program activities. 

The collective exhibition contains some of the created artistic expressions but also documentation about the process and information about the artworks created and artists involved. 

OPEN PROGRAM, ALL WELCOME! 

12th from 19.00 Vernissage 
13th, 14th from 16.00 to 21.00 Opening hours
14th at 19.00 Closing event & performance 

Location of the event:  Kunstleben Kreuzberg
Gneisenaustraße 19, 10961 Berlin

Also you can join a tour guide activities of the exhibition, options are the following: 
13th Wednesday at 18:00 
14th Thursday two options: 11:00 and 18:00 

****Tour guide is a small group activity, please register here: 
https://forms.gle/NkPsnrnw3v4dRAuU7

More information: www.postruthproject.net 
#posttruthproject

This project has been initiated by Lernlabor and its civil society partners in Ukraine, Poland and France. The process has been guided and curated by Seila Fernández Arconada. This project is financed by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany in the framework of its Civil Society Cooperation programme.
3 months ago

How can we use climbing as a therapeutic tool? This is the question we have been exploring in our Erasmus+ funded Climb4Good project, in collaboration with psychologists and outdoor experts from Asociación Experientia: Terapia a través de la aventura

Following our study visit to Montserrat in Spring, it was our turn to host the team from Experientia in Swiss Saxony this autumn. Over the course of four days in September we held a series of practise-based workshops engaging with the following topics:
How do we foster active listening? Can we rethink and deconstruct the concept of failure? Can climbing have an effect on our self-esteem? And how do we relate to our fears, and can we embrace and navigate these without being overwhelmed?

The methods and tools developed during this study visit are now being piloted in a series of weekly climbing workshops for young people delivered by our trainers in Berlin and Barcelona.

This project is co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺

📷 @nastja.tikk

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
#JUGENDfürEuropa
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How can we use climbing as a therapeutic tool? This is the question we have been exploring in our Erasmus+ funded Climb4Good project, in collaboration with psychologists and outdoor experts from Asociación Experientia: Terapia a través de la aventura

Following our study visit to Montserrat in Spring, it was our turn to host the team from Experientia in Swiss Saxony this autumn. Over the course of four days in September we held a series of practise-based workshops engaging with the following topics: 
How do we foster active listening? Can we rethink and deconstruct the concept of failure? Can climbing have an effect on our self-esteem? And how do we relate to our fears, and can we embrace and navigate these without being overwhelmed?

The methods and tools developed during this study visit are now being piloted in a series of weekly climbing workshops for young people delivered by our trainers in Berlin and Barcelona. 

This project is co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺 

📷 @nastja.tikk 

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
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Amazing stuff. Where can I find more information about this project? Thank you!

3 months ago

A look back to our Erasmus+ Training Course, “Recharging Youthwork”, which took place in the tranquil surroundings of the Karkonosze mountains of south western Poland at the beginning in autumn this year. The project tackled the themes of burnout, anxiety, fragility and mental wellbeing, which are a common feature of our modern lives and are becoming increasing prevalent not only amongst young people but also professionals working in the youth work sector.

Our Recharging Youthwork project piloted a new framework for Erasmus+ training courses, namely a retreat-based approach introducing three stand-alone but at the same time interlinked practises – hiking, body movement and climbing – each led by experts in the discipline.

The training provided participants with tools and strategies for engaging with the topics of mental health and wellbeing in the field of youth. Through enabling participants to disconnect from the stress and responsibilities of their personal and professional lives, the project also sought to counter burnout and anxiety within the profession and empower participants to return to their target groups with new insights and inspiration, fully recharged.

Thanks to our great trainers from @moon10productions and our fantastic hosts Logos as well as to our funders JUGEND für Europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺

📷 @hanga.czedulas @photographicgratitude

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
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A look back to our Erasmus+ Training Course, “Recharging Youthwork”, which took place in the tranquil surroundings of the Karkonosze mountains of south western Poland at the beginning in autumn this year. The project tackled the themes of burnout, anxiety, fragility and mental wellbeing, which are a common feature of our modern lives and are becoming increasing prevalent not only amongst young people but also professionals working in the youth work sector. 

Our Recharging Youthwork project piloted a new framework for Erasmus+ training courses, namely a retreat-based approach introducing three stand-alone but at the same time interlinked practises – hiking, body movement and climbing – each led by experts in the discipline. 

The training provided participants with tools and strategies for engaging with the topics of mental health and wellbeing in the field of youth. Through enabling participants to disconnect from the stress and responsibilities of their personal and professional lives, the project also sought to counter burnout and anxiety within the profession and empower participants to return to their target groups with new insights and inspiration, fully recharged.

Thanks to our great trainers from @moon10productions and our fantastic hosts Logos as well as to our funders JUGEND für Europa for making such experiences possible.

This project was co-funded by the European Union 🇪🇺 

📷 @hanga.czedulas @photographicgratitude 

#erasmusplusyouth
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Beaaautiful people, beautiful project! I absolutely loved it ❤️

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4 months ago

‘Rooted in Change’ took place in Vani, Georgia this October. We gathered around the topic - rural sustainability, to raise awareness of its challenges, potentials and how to preserve its characteristics, to engage participants with the topic of nature and sustainability as well as to give them tools and methods to voice their opinions on these topics, to act as agents of change for environmental and sustainable development. Wide range of participant’s personal experiences and methods from all around led to important discussions and practical solutions.

During the Youth Exchange Programme, funded by Erasmus+, we stayed in Liluashvili Wine Cellar @liluashviliwine
Thanks to our wonderful hosts we learned more about grapes, seasonal difficulties with harvesting and learned how local products are being produced. One of the highlights definitely was the ride to the vineyard with a tractor, accompanied with a view of Caucasian mountains. There participants harvested grapes and cleaned the paths, which went quite fast, considering we were more than 30…

Later on we paid a visit to the tourism center of Vani and Archeological Museum where we had a chance to hear more about the region and its history. @vanitourism_official

Playing football with students of the local school led to a communal cleaning of school grounds and surrounding areas from trash.

To get more visual insights from our time in Georgia, you can follow project’s account-diary curated by participants: @rooted_inchange

Thanks to all our participants, partners and to our funders @jugend_fuer_europa.

This project was co-funded by the European Union.

#erasmusplusyouth
#jugendfuereuropa
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‘Rooted in Change’ took place in Vani, Georgia this October. We gathered around the topic -  rural sustainability, to raise awareness of its challenges, potentials and how to preserve its characteristics, to engage participants with the topic of nature and sustainability as well as to give them tools and methods to voice their opinions on these topics, to act as agents of change for environmental and sustainable development. Wide range of participant’s personal experiences and methods from all around led to important discussions and practical solutions. 

During the Youth Exchange Programme, funded by Erasmus+, we stayed in Liluashvili Wine Cellar @liluashviliwine
Thanks to our wonderful hosts we learned more about grapes, seasonal difficulties with harvesting and learned how local products are being produced. One of the highlights definitely was the ride to the vineyard with a tractor, accompanied with a view of Caucasian mountains. There participants harvested grapes and cleaned the paths, which went quite fast, considering we were more than 30…

Later on we paid a visit to the tourism center of Vani and Archeological Museum where we had a chance to hear more about the region and its history. @vanitourism_official 

Playing football with students of the local school led to a communal cleaning of school grounds and surrounding areas from trash.

To get more visual insights from our time in Georgia, you can follow project’s account-diary curated by participants: @rooted_inchange

Thanks to all our participants, partners and to our funders @jugend_fuer_europa.

This project was co-funded by the European Union.

#erasmusplusyouth 
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