Embracing Diversity and Inclusion


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Our mission is to aid in the transformation from large scale, mono-agriculture to small and local holdings that spread throughout cities, and to reduce net carbon emissions as a result. To support the development of ecologically integrated cities, with active and aware citizens who contribute to personal and ecological health with the consumption of locally tended to healthy food, increase in connection to earth and wellbeing. To foster an understanding of restorative urban agriculture and the associated benefits for mental health, society/communities and the local and global environment. We aim to achieve these with a combination of nature-based practices, along with mindfulness, optimal psychology and reconnection tools.

1. Improving our understanding of diversity, social inclusion, and intercultural awareness;
2. Developing our understanding of the importance of peace and human rights in society;
3. Developing our ability to explore and multiply the positive impact of interculturality;
4. Exploring practical methods for enabling diverse groups to effectively work together;
5. Developing our communication skills and self-confidence related to diversity values.

Learning experience:
The programme has been designed based on the research, needs and issues expressed by young people, considering their time constraints, learning needs and other challenges. It is flexible to adapt to the learning needs and styles of the participants over a range of the entire project. This project will contain three main stages: initial preparation - wherein participants will take part in multiple activities and exercises, exchange mobility - wherein participants will join a 6 day-long activity in Vienna together with the chosen participants from partner organisations, and follow up - wherein participants will implement follow up projects.

Who can participate?
- You live in Austria, Croatia, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, or Turkey (citizens, non-citizens, and residents);
- You are between 18-28 years old;
- You can commit to participating in the entirety of the programme;
- You can communicate in English (At least B1 level);
- You wish to learn more about diversity and develop associated values;
- You wish to learn more non-formal skills, methods and workshop techniques;
- You enjoy working and cooperating with others;
- You would like to build closer connections with an international community;
- No previous experience in Erasmus+ is needed.

How much does it cost?
- The accommodation, program, materials, meals, and international transport on the project are all covered;
- Each participant has to contribute with 35 Euros which should be paid on the first day of the youth exchange;
- Participants are required to book their own transport to and from Vienna and we will refund the costs to you after your successful participation;
- Financial aid will be available if needed;
- It is financed by the European Commission as part of the Erasmus+ subsector.

Participation rules?
- You must have the time to attend the entire activity between September 4th and 12th.
- You should involve yourself in all preparation and follow-up activities to the best of your abilities.
- You should apply before 25 June 2022.
- You should sign the participation agreement once selected, within a period of three days.
- You should purchase your travel tickets
 within a period of five days after signing the participation agreement.

Important notes:
- Applicants will be reviewed and accepted based on their motivation.
- More details will be confirmed after selection via email.
- We will select participants based on the timeliness of applications.

All participants will receive a YouthPass certificate for their participation and contributions.

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