Ghidul Micului Antreprenor  – Primul pas in dezvoltarea personala

Ghidul Micului Antreprenor – Primul pas in dezvoltarea personala

      Pentru ca dezvoltarea personala incepe de la varste fragede, voluntarii nostri EVS au conceput un mic ghid al antreprenorului. Acestia s-au inspirat pentru realizarea ghidului din experienta EVS in Romania, in perioada Octombrie 2015 – Aprilie 2016, in cadrul proiectului Youth for Future. Va invitam sa descarcati documentul si sa il folositi in activitatea dvs. cu copiii! Echipa  ATDD!  ...
Training Course – What if I get involved?

Training Course – What if I get involved?

Training Course What if I get involved? Ranca, Romania 15-23 September 2015 Nowadays, the possibilities of young people around Europe to travel and learn by using non-formal education are high. In the last years, we assisted to increase in the number of youth participating to non-formal education activities. However, we understand that in many situations, the learning process and the target group is only slightly focused on young people with fewer opportunities, where the need of non-formal education activities is high. Furthermore, the initiatives of the young people from the partners organizations are limited as size and can’t create a sustainable effect, integrated in a mainstream of youth work in the field of volunteering, that can help youth develop their key competences as civic behavior, intercultural skills and knowledge, practical implementation of non-formal education methods. The project “What if I get involved?” proposed a different approach for the work of youth in the field of volunteering using non-formal education. We created an example of large scale youth event, using the concept “Youth Exchange with local community”, where both the participants and the youngsters from local community were involved in the learning process starting with the early stages of the exchange. We aimed to create the impact for participants and the local youngsters as the activities were implemented to multiply the concept and the activities experienced in all the communities of the partners, so we could integrate the concept in a mainstream for youth work, with a lot of visibility and participation of the community. This Youth Exchange involved 35 young people from Lithuania, Spain, Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. During...
What if I get involved? Youth Exchange

What if I get involved? Youth Exchange

Nowadays, the possibilities of young people around Europe to travel and learn by using non-formal education are high. In the last years, we assisted to increase in the number of youth participating to non-formal education activities. However, we understand that in many situations, the learning process and the target group is only slightly focused on young people with fewer opportunities, where the need of non-formal education activities is high. Furthermore, the initiatives of the young people from the partners organizations are limited as size and can’t create a sustainable effect, integrated in a mainstream of youth work in the field of volunteering, that can help youth develop their key competences as civic behavior, intercultural skills and knowledge, practical implementation of non-formal education methods. The project “What if I get involved?” proposed a different approach for the work of youth in the field of volunteering using non-formal education. We created an example of large scale youth event, using the concept “Youth Exchange with local community”, where both the participants and the youngsters from local community were involved in the learning process starting with the early stages of the exchange. We aimed to create the impact for participants and the local youngsters as the activities were implemented to multiply the concept and the activities experienced in all the communities of the partners, so we could integrate the concept in a mainstream for youth work, with a lot of visibility and participation of the community. This Youth Exchange involved 35 young people from Lithuania, Spain, Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. During 10 days they were learning new methods of non-formal education, playing games,...
Be Active!

Be Active!

Attempt to encourage young people to social activities and to increase awareness about opportunities through the implementation of their initiatives are ambitious objectives faced by the coordinators of the 10-day youth exchange “Be active!”, realized in the framework of the Erasmus + in a village called Ranca in Romanian Carpathians. On 22-31 August 2015 more than thirty people aged 18-30 took part in workshops dedicated to creating a vibrant civil society, getting to know the living conditions of the local community, exchanging their own experiences brought from their countries, and thus, inspiring each other to new, perhaps joint actions. Meeting of young people from Poland (Stowarzyszenie Zmiana Tematu), Romania (Asociatia Tineret pentru Dezvoltare Durabila), Bulgaria (Bulgarian Youth Forum), Italy (Associazione Culturale Beyond Borders Corato) and Turkey (the International Humanist and Ethical Union) gave the opportunity to confront views on a number issues, both current and universal, such as the sense of working for the community, self-realization at various levels, to help others, understanding what different and not always seemingly simple. Working in ethnically mixed groups, we put the problems related to the language barrier, different experiences that have shaped our current views and also learned to open up to new, previously unknown perspective. For over a week we participated in activities such as community interview about the town in which we found ourselves, a public cafe, where we exchanged our opinion on current affairs in the world, shock advertisement, forcing us to be creative in coming up with their own, sensational ideas for social campaigns, simulation debate on immigration, which the structure imposed on us from above roles and...
Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process – Part 2

Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process – Part 2

Learning to speak in public? Getting to know new cultures? All that we had the opportunity to experience during the workshop “Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process” which took place on 15-23 March 2015 in the charming town Slanic – Moldova, Romania. The project involved 25 people from five countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Spain and Turkey. The project was created for the identified problem among young people, which is the lack of Involvement of young people in decision-making process Relating to the European values ​​- European citizenship, cultural diversity, tolerance. Through the cooperation of non-governmental organizations from 5 different countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Turkey, Spain and Romania the project increased the quality of work of youth workers and their roles in achieving the intended results. During 9 days, 25 young people developed their competencies in bridging the isolation of young people in active participation in social life. Non-formal working methods used during the training course, drive the youth workers that initiate and management system in the field of youth policy at the local level, offering young people the opportunity to gain the skills needed to engage in social life. The aim of the project was to design and create a model of management for local communication system based on 3 pillars: non-governmental youth organizations, local decision makers and youth workers. During the workshop, participants discovered how many there are universal problems they encounter every day in our communities, regardless of what country they come from. An interesting exercise ushering in a system of collaboration was to create the highest tower using plastic straws. Contrary...
Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process

Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process

  Youth Initiatives for Slanic- Moldova! Between 12 and 20 October 2014, 25 young people from Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Spain and Romania participated in the Training Course: “Strategies and methods for youth involvement in decision making process” funded by the European Union programme Erasmus+. The project took place in Slanic- Moldova, Romania and it was a response to the problem of youth, which is the lack of involvement in the decision making process relating to European values. 9 days – this is the time that has been spent on improving the quality of work of youth workers and their role in achieving the intended results. The initiative was directed to people that are involved in social work in order to improve their competencies. Through non-formal methods of activities, young people developed their abilities and interpersonal skills. The main objective of the project was the development of young people, which has an impact on the management system of support of local interests. Project involved people from rural areas in order to ensure the proper functioning of young people with limited access to information. Place of the meeting was a small town located in the eastern part of Romania. Friendly atmosphere, fresh air and nature allowed participants to gain positive energy for their further action. The Training Course promoted communication without barriers, cultural diversity, strongly attitude of young activists, which increased competencies of youth and opens their minds for real changes in their environment. Through various methods, young people had the opportunity to take part in many interesting activities, where they shared their experience in strategies and methods of youth...
Press release – YES for Health!

Press release – YES for Health!

YES for Health!                                On 15-24 April 2015, the group of 38 young people took part in the youth exchange “YES for Health!” implemented within the framework of the Erasmus+ program. Project was organized by organization Asociatia Tineret pentru Dezvoltare Durabila from Romania in cooperation with partner organizations from Lithuania, Bulgaria, Poland and Turkey. Youth exchange took place in beautiful town Slanic – Moldova and it was related to the topics of sport and healthy lifestyle. “YES for Health!” was dedicated to young people from 5 European countries: Lithuania, Polish, Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania. Referring to the one of the priorities of the Erasmus+ program on the promotion of healthy behaviors, the youth exchange aimed to provide young people with appropriate activities focusing on showing the benefits of healthy lifestyle choice, participating in outdoor activities, fostering tolerance, a sense of respect and increasing active participation of young people in society. Due to huge growth potential in rural areas, young people were supposed to take their own initiative and a sense of entrepreneurship. Through non-formal methods of learning participants developed competences, creativity and learned from their own experience in their local communities, in order to improve the situation relating to health and sport. During the project participants had also opportunities to discover the beauty of Slanic Moldova and its region. Discovering the potential that lies dormant in the vicinity of Slanic-Moldova was a great experience. The organizers tried to show all possible to visit places like the Orthodox Church, the salt mine, the capital of the...
Press release E.U. and Me

Press release E.U. and Me

38 young people from 4 different European countries took part in youth exchange under the slogan “EU and Me!” organized by NGO “Asociatia Tineret pentru Dezvoltare Durabila” from Targu – Jiu. The project took place in a small town Horezu in Romania between 14 – 23 November 2014 and it was funded by European Union in the framework of Erasmus+ programme. Youth exchange was dedicated to young people between 18-30 years from Romania, Italy, Spain and Turkey and was aimed to promote social activity, integration and building solidarity among youth. With the non-formal learning methods, we worked on increasing the European awareness of participants as well as the local community. Activities implemented during the project developed the skills and competencies of young people in many areas, digital, linguistic, cultural, social and business. Owing to the project, young people who took part in youth exchange developed communication and sense of active citizenship which affect in further decision making process in their life and their communities’ life. Participants had the opportunity to share experience and knowledge with others, interact with residents of Horezu, and together create new opportunities for themselves regarding European Policy. Great memories from the project left the moments, during which young people were exploring the culture of other countries, discovering beauty and tradition of Horezu, and the wealth of the city of Sibiu. Participation in the project and development of key competencies help young people to be more competitive in the labor market and eliminate barriers to people with few opportunities. Cooperation of the host organization and partner organizations contributed to the successful work to combat stereotypes, prejudices...
Angajăm Expert recrutare grup ţintă

Angajăm Expert recrutare grup ţintă

Asociația „Tineret pentru Dezvoltare Durabilă” angajează o persoană pe pozitia Expert recrutare grup ţintă in cadrul proiectului SOCIAL – Initiativa Multiregionala pentru Dezvoltarea Economiei Sociale si ocuparea persoanelor vulnerabile”– POSDRU/168/6.1/S/144367 Tip oferta: Job perioada determinata – 9 luni Timp mediu de lucru: O fracţiune de normă de 6 ore/zi Nivel cariera/Experienta: Senior – minim 4 ani vechime generala in munca Regiune: Sud-Vest Oltenia   Responsabilitati: Contactează instituţiile/ autorităţile publice locale identificate de experţii tehnici pentru recrutarea grupului ţintă; Colaborează cu instituţiile/ autorităţile publice locale pentru identificarea persoanelor din grupul țintă; Stabileşte modalităţile de contactare a persoanelor din grupul ţintă şi organizează întâlnirile cu acestea; Asigură informarea persoanelor din grupul ţintă cu privire la scopul şi activităţile proiectului; Informează persoanele din grupul țintă cu privire la datele care trebuie furnizate și solicită acestora copii după documentele de identitate și documente care atestă apartenența la grupul țintă; Completează formularele de înregistrare a grupului țintă; Strânge documentele de identitate și cele care atestă apartenența la grupul țintă; Realizează dosare individuale ale persoanelor identificate, conținând formularul de înregistrare, documentele menționate anterior și alte documente care atestă realizarea de activități cu aceste persoane (fișe de înscriere la cursuri, fișe de consiliere etc.); atașează la aceste dosare liste de verificare care atestă parcurgerea tuturor activităților planificate pentru grupul țintă; Sprijină expertul consiliere și mentorat și expertul asistență socială în aplicarea instrumentelor de evaluare a nevoilor; Facilitează interacțiunea expertului consiliere și mentorat și expertului asistență socială cu persoanele recrutate; Furnizează date experților tehnici pentru realizarea bazei de date privind grupul țintă; Furnizează date experților tehnici pentru realizarea analizei nevoilor grupurilor țintă și participă la realizarea studiului; Colaborează cu expertul...
My Idea, Our Development!

My Idea, Our Development!

Perioada de implementare:  August 2012 – Decembrie 2013 Obiective:  Dezvoltarea competențelor antreprenoriale în rândul a 30 de tineri cu vârste cuprinse între 18 și 25 de ani. Sprijinirea tinerilor pentru dezvoltarea unui plan de afaceri și crearea unor firme de exercițiu. Includerea a 10 tineri din mediul rural cu probleme sociale. Rezultate: Organizarea unui schimb transnațional pe tema dezvoltării spiritului antreprenorial în rândul beneficiarilor,   cu participarea a 30 tineri din 5 țări europene. Dezvoltarea de competențe practice pentru participanți privind conceprea unui plan de...