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YE “EURODANCE”, HAMBURG, Germany/05-13 of November 2023

Project Name: Youth Exchange “EuroDance

Activity: Youth Exchange in Germany. The “EuroDance” project will involve 25 participants from Spain, Cyprus, Germany, Ireland and Romania, from 05-13 November 2023 October 2023.

Youth Exchange: 05-13 November 2023 (including travelling days)

Accommodation: Hamburg (Germany)

Venue: Hostel Jugendherberge Hamburg „Horner Rennbahn“? Rennbahnstraße 100, 22111 Hamburg, Germany. Each room has a bathroom inside. The division for the rooms will not be based on countries, so that we will have a multicultural exchange.

Food: The venue of the training will serve the participants with 3- times-a-day meals and snacks and beverages for the coffee breaks.

Food: participants will have 3- times-a-day meals and snacks and beverages for the coffee breaks.

4 youngsters (ages 18 to 30 years old) and one leader will be selected from our organisation.


- The Youth Exchange will be attended by 25 participants from 5 different countries: Germany, Spain, Cyprus, Romania and Ireland,

- 5 participants per partner organizations (group leader included),

- Aged 18-30; except group leaders,

- Balanced group between boys and girls,

- 2 participants with fewer opportunities: including young people of migrant origin or refugees, in particular newly arrived migrants, persons belonging to ethnic or national minorities, persons with difficulties in linguistic adaptation and cultural integration andhaving not previously participated in the Erasmus+ programme,

- Basic knowledge of English,

- Participants who like dancing to ensure active participation in the project.

Brief Description of the Project

European society is becoming increasingly heterogeneous, multi-ethnic and multicultural, due to its own internal diversity and new demographic flows responsible for the presence of a growing number of migrants among us. In this context, conducive to the emergence of confused and sometimes contradictory identities, the necessary construction of a European identity is a challenge.

The acquisition of a true sense of belonging to Europe implies the learning of certain skills and competences by young people, such as respect for cultural diversity, tolerance attitudes and understanding of other cultures. Cultural learning should present culture in different ways and link it to everyday experiences, education and art

Thus, discovering and understanding our culture allows us to know each other as individuals, communities and societies, through the dialogue and collaboration of all citizens. The active participation of young people is essential to preserving culture, fostering social integration, improving intercultural understanding and a sense of belonging to the community.

Cultural exchanges, through dance and music, become complementary aspects to the improvement of intercultural relations. Dance and music are an excellent approach to developing awareness and understanding of intercultural differences and similarities that allows access to cultural learning in the form of fun and entertainment.

Through dance and music, young people can open their minds and express themselves naturally without fear of rejection or judgment because rhythms, instruments or all forms of expression carry cultural symbols.


The main objectives of this project are therefore:

1. To foster dialogue among cultures and respect for diversity.

2. To identify common elements shared among young people to build a common sense of belonging to Europe.

3. To underline the role of dance and music as tools for communication without distinction of nationality, race, gender, age and religion.

4. To raise awareness of European cultures through dance and music.

5. To sensitize participants to other cultures and countries by giving them the opportunity to build networks of international contacts.

6. To promote the inclusion and active participation of young people with fewer opportunities in the project.

7. To raise awareness of the Erasmus+ program and the opportunities it offers to young people.

Application of participation in our program in this link:

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