Nukanti is looking for motivated young people (18 to 25 years old) with interest in the topics of Human Rights, European Citizenship and Intercultural Exchange to take part in the project “Youth and Human Rights” 2, funded through the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. The project is organized and hosted by Fundación por los Derechos Humanos 10.12.48 (Spain), in cooperation with Nukanti (UK).
The project will take place in Valencia, Spain on June 19-26, 2016. Groups of 12 young people from the UK and Spain, including refugees in these countries, will gather together to discuss topics related to Human Rights and European Citizenship through various workshops, documentary projections and discussions. Each group will be accompanied by a leader who will support the participants in planning and carrying out the activities. The group members will be in contact with each other a few weeks before the exchange so they can discuss and prepare their participation. The activities will be in Spanish and English and the coordinators will assist with translation when needed.
Food and accommodation will be provided by the hosting organization. The participants will be staying in a centrally located hostel in Valencia, with separate dormitories for men and women. At least two meals per day will be provided. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to EUR 170 per person (UK-Spain-UK) upon return from the youth exchange, provided that all original travel documents (tickets, receipts, boarding passes) have been submitted and the participants have fulfilled all their commitments with the organization.
More information will be provided to the selected participants. In 2015, we held the first “Youth and Human Rights” exchange in Valencia, bringing together 20 young people from the UK and Spain. You can read some stories on our blog and see some pictures on our Facebook page.
- Between 18 and 25 years of age
- Currently based in the UK
- A creative team player ready to share and learn together with young people from Spain
- Interested in Human Rights, Active Citizenship and Youth Participation
- Participants MUST have a valid European Health Insurance Card (free to get)
- Participants MUST take part in all planned activities for the full duration of the youth exchange, and fill out all evaluation forms upon their return to the UK
- Some knowledge of Spanish is very welcome (but not a requirement) as it will facilitate the communication between the groups.
So if you want to start your summer with an unforgettable experience in Spain, do not hesitate to apply! Just send your CV and a short motivation letter to email@example.com by April 15, 2016. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.