Proyectos de Erasmus Plus: Intercambios, formaciones, voluntariado europeo


Viaje a la Sostenibilidad es una entidad activa en el programa de juventud de la Unión Europea Erasmus Plus.

En la actualidad funcionamos como organización de acogida y envío para intercambios juveniles y formaciones. Las condiciones típicas para este tipo de intercambios son:  los costes de viaje cubiertos así como el 100% de la estancia.

Para participar en estos proyectos requerimos hacerse socio de nuestra asociación.

Hasta la fecha hemos llevado a cabo varios propios proyectos  como organización coordinadora.

En esta sección, vamos publicando ofertas para participar en programas de intercambio y cursos de formación organizados por distintas asociaciones dentro del ámbito del programa Erasmus+.

Si te interesa ser voluntari@ europeo, puedes visitar esta sección.

!!!!NOVEDADES!!! Campos de trabajo en Alemania: más información.

!!!!NOVEDADES!!! Servicios de Voluntariado Europeo (disfruta de un año trabajando el extranjero financiado por el programa Erasmus +  Hay muchas oportuniades, solicita tu plaza)



Para participar en los proyectos pedimos que te hagas socio de nuestra asociación si no lo eres ya.


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Transition by Travelling

27th of February to the 5th of March 2018 in “Le Domaine de Matens” in Gaillac, near Toulouse, France

The “Transitioning by Travelling” seminar aims at strengthening the participants’ ability to design and implement learning mobility projects to attend to the needs of a wide range of target groups, among which more vulnerable groups.

We believe that the current issues we are facing as a society require us to adapt to new situations and that learning mobility projects have a great potential regarding the empowerment of both individuals and social organizations.

For individuals, it represents an opportunity to look at things with new eyes, to open up to new realities, and to gain confidence in one’s capabilities. For civil society organizations, it is an opportunity to share knowledge and sets of good practices in order to design projects capable of addressing the current economic, social and ecological issues at stake.

In order to turn this potential into concrete results, we believe key actors responsible for such projects need to broaden their skillset and structure their fields.

The Transitioning by Travelling seminar thus offers to gather 31 youth workers and educators from 9 EU countries (France, Greece, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia) so they can meet and share their experience and good practices regarding the design and management of learning mobility projects.

They will aim at stepping up their teaching/learning toolset, design non-formal education programs, and improve the support they can provide to their target groups, in order to let them reach personal autonomy and foster social transformation.

By enhancing the participants’ skillset, we aim at improving and broadening the spectrum of opportunities for non-formal education in their home countries, then more widely in Europe through the gradual propagation of their learnings.

The seminar will also be an opportunity to strengthen the bonds between the partners involved and their respective networks. We hope this will lead to the development of new projects addressing non-formal education, youth, social inclusion and sustainability.

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Safe ride for a happy life

  20-29th of March 2018 in San Cesario di Lecce, South-Italy

Nowadays, the car is still one of the most used vehicles on the planet. Due to that, road accidents have always been a serious problem. Even if the number of road accidents is diminishing, there’s still a lot of work to do. The people who risk more than the others are young people, because of their inexperience in driving, also for drinking and driving and the use of smartphone while driving the car. Italy has a very bad record in being the second nation in Europe for road accidents.

The general trend towards an excessive use of cars is also connected with other issues, like sustainable mobility and unhealthy lifestyle, such as obesity and the related diseases, a very important issue all around the world, not only in Europe, especially in relation with young kids.

These topics will be approached through non-formal education methodology, such as team building activities and role-plays, different workshops and outdoor activities.

The youth exchange activities will include: learning and producing advertising
campaigns, fist aid tools, creative and educational activities such as photography, theatre, bike workshops. All activities will be based on team building and cooperation, bringing together people from different cultures.

Bikes will be used a lot to move around during the exchange. There will be a 40km long bike trip, as well as we will use the bikes to visit nearby cities like Lecce (6,5km) and San Cesario di Lecce (2,5km). This promotes and improves the knowledge and practice of sustainable mobility, healthy lifestyle through experiencing the traffic situations and tackling the problems of road safety in South-Italy and other participating countries. Working together as a team the best practices will be shared, to enhance the situation of road safety in local, national and international level.


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Here we are

  26 Marzo – 4 Abril  2018 en Le Mans, France

The Main objective of this project is to create understanding and awareness of the Youth on the Human Rights, from the Right to Move and Right to Be Here perspective, through the meeting of young people coming from very diverse backgrounds.

Specific objectives:

 To give the possibility to the Youth to experiment real actions and to reflect on it

 To support young people to understand that they actually have an acting power in the world they live in

 to provide a safe place for young people to stand for their own rights or rights of people around them

 to create an exchange space for young people coming from different background, cultures, countries and migration experiences.

 Develop video materials which can be used by the participants back home in their organisations/communities

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