Mediaterranea took part in the Media Literacy Info Lab YE

From the 22nd to 30th of July, our delegation had the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus+ program “Media Literacy Info Lab” in the lakeside city of Struga in North Macedonia along with 40 other participants from Serbia, Turkey, Romania and North Macedonia. Through collaboration and interactive activities, they got to learn about and understand…

Mediaterranea took part in the Let’s Integrate YE

Integration is the art of uniting different things. It also ensures that all systems work together and in harmony to increase productivity and data consistency. The youth exchange that took place in the beautiful village of Milkow in Poland is a living example of this word. The project “Let’s Integrate” was the reason that people…

Mediaterranea took part in the Live Free Use Your Phone Wisely YE

Using social media these days is almost inevitable. It is used for sharing information, ideas, opinion, issues, career interests, and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks. Most people engage with social media without stopping to think what the effects are on our lives. We’ll look at both the positive and negative effects…

Mediaterranea took part in the Digital Skills 4 Youth Employability YE

This project addresses few issues: the high levels of youth unemployment on one hand, and the low digital readiness of young people for the labor market on the other. It suggests that non-formal education can have a key role in offering young people a range of alternative and flexible learning paths to acquire digital skills….

Mediaterranea took part in the Gender in Media YE

The first first week of April 2022 was a great experience for 60 participants from six countries across Europe: UK, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, and Italy, that came together in London, UK to participate in a Youth exchange ‘Gender in the Media’ implemented under the Erasmus+ Programme.The project was focused on encouraging young people,…

Pay it forward : Dissemination

Our team took actively part in the youth exchange ‘Pay it forward’ Main aim of youth exchange ‘Pay it forward’ was to increase the knowledge of the participants in the field of project management and to support engagement of young people at local and international level. Participants from Sweden, Serbia, North Macedonia, Spain, Greece and…

Mediaterranea took part in the Soft drugs create hard problems project

During the dates 12-21 of April 2022 the Erasmus+ Project with the title “SoftDrugs Create Hard Problems’” was held in Busteni, Romania. There were participantsfrom 6 differents countries, including North Macedonia, Spain, Latvia, Romania,Greece and Czech Republic. It was a Youth Exchange that brought youngsters together to discuss andlearn from each other about the causes,…

Don’t be Mean Behind the Screen

Cyberbullying- a form of harassment that in recent years has become increasingly common thanks to the advancements in technology and expansion of the digital sphere. This was the topic of the „Don’t be mean behind the screen” project which took place in Graz, Austria from September 11th to 18th.  The goal of this youth exchange…

Mediaterranea disseminates the empowering women project

When we first agreed to sign the contract in order to take part in the Empowering Women project  , nobody could imagine the difficulties that we would experience during the implementation phase. Earthquakes and the covid epidemy turned the Empowering Women project into a big challenge for all the partners. Within those conditions, we achieved…

Mediaterranea actively involved in empowering women

Our modern democratic society is based on the preservation of human rights and especially gender equality.We are all born free and equal and should be provided a meritocratic living environment in which we will be able to design our own life paths without unexpected and immoral barriers .However, real life is not about what we…

Because Vote is Hope | a youth exchange story

During the dates 06-15 of March 2019 the Erasmus+ Project with the title “You(th) Should Vote” was held in Buzau in southeastern Romania. There were participants from 7 differents countries, including Italy, Spain Latvia, Romania, Greece, Lithuania and Estonia. It was a Youth Exchange that brought youngsters together to discuss and learn from each other…