The project aims to discuss mental health issues and the possible causes in social groups and society in general. The possible topics to be addressed can include body image and eating disorders, social expectations, bullying and abusive behavior, cultural differences, and self-expression.
who can participate?
Youth Against Marginalization will include 25 participants from 4 different countries: Estonia,Poland, Italy, and Hungary. Each participating organization will send 5 participants and 1 group leader, except Estonia, which will have 2 group leaders. Please note that the group leaders have no age limit but must be fluent in the working language (i.e., English). We kindly ask you to keep in mind the gender balance when selecting participants.
Two participants per organization are to be selected from a background of youngsters with
fewer opportunities, such as economic, geographical, social obstacles, or refugees.
Accommodation and lodging covered 100% by the Erasmus +.
Travel expenses are covered up to 275 EUR in case of Hungary, the amount is defined by the Distance Calculator
Because of these challenging times, the usual 10.000HUF donation will cover the participant’s Covid tests. For this reason, we do not ask for donations instead we kindly encourage every participant to arrange and take the covid test(s) before their departure if needed.
When and Where?
The participants will be accommodated in 2 apartments, with the sessions being held in one of them. The apartments are located near the center of Tartu. We expect you to arrive to Tartu by bus or train from Tallinn or Riga. From the station, we will get you to the accommodation.
The venue is located in the beautiful countryside of Eastern Estonia, in Mõedaku Spordibaas. The participants will be accommodated in rooms of 2 to 4 people, mixed countries.