26 April, 2021

Call for participants: From Dreams to Actions

From Dreams to Actions Project

  • Do you prefer to be an action taker rather than an observer?
  • Do you agree that we all deserve peaceful lives, with peaceful minds, non-violent interactions, and without the horrors of war and conflict? 
  • Are you willing to learn and put into practice how we can make this dream come true, step by step?
  • Are you a resident of one of the following European countries: Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Kosovo, Moldova, Poland, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland?
  • Are you ready to meet amazing people from 12 countries, make new friendships and get inspired by their ideas and projects?
  • Would you like to spend a week in a beautiful green surrounding, a stone’s throw away from the noble city of Antwerp, a gem of architecture and style?
  •  And all this without any cost?!

If your answers are “Yes, this is me!”, then…we have an offer for you!

 

READ THE CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

 

Deadline to apply: 31 May 2021

Activity: Belgium, 16 – 22 September 2021

 

From dreams to actions” is a project that contributes to bringing peace from the abstract level to everyday life. It focuses on promoting the values of peace and non-violence by using non-formal education and by creating a safe and motivating environment. The project aims to encourage active participation and civic engagement by empowering volunteers and supporting them in being active citizens.

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