Erasmus+ KA2 Bridge Synergy Project

About Project

“Bridge Between Europe and Asia Called Synergy Capacity Building in the Field of Youth” Project, which is financed by European Commision in the scope of Erasmus+ and implementing with the partnership of Experiential Training Center, aims to strengthen the capacities of youth organizations in Europe and Asia and strengthen young people in the area of ​​entrepreneurship in local, national and international arena.

Impressum

Partners

  • Fundacja Europejski Instytut Outsourcingu – POLAND
  • Asociacija Aktyvistai – LITHUANIA
  • Povod, Institute for culture and the development of
  • international relations in culture – SLOVENIA
  • DeM Experiential Training Center – TURKEY
  • Yayasan Act Global Indonesia – INDONESIA
  • Institute for Youth Development – KYRGYZSTAN
  • Youth Information Service of Kazakhstan – KAZAKHSTAN
  • Evergreen Center for Sustainable Development – CHINA

Role of DeM

Project Partner

Program

Erasmus+ KA2 Capacity Building in the field of Youth

Dates

2018 February – 2019 June

Project Activities

Workshops with 250 Young People in Kyrgyzstan

We completed our Bridge Synergy Project Closing and Visibility activities within the scope of our “Bridge Between Europe and Asia 

BRIDGE Project- Open Conference in Slovenia

The evaluation meeting of the “Bridge Synergy” project took place in Slovenia. The meeting took place on 6-10 May 2019; 

Poland Youth Exchange with Non-formal Education Methods

After local trainings in 8 countries, selected volunteers from each country and 1 youth worker came together in Poland for 

Bridge Synergy Project Eskişehir Entrepreneurship Workshop

The Eskişehir local entrepreneurship workshop is just one of the activities of the other 8 partner countries. Youth workers who 

Bridge Synergy Projesi İzmit Training Course

We hosted a training course on non-formal education methodologies and entrepreneurship as the Experiential Training Center for the presentation of 

Bridge Synergy Wind in Indonesia

From 8 different countries (Poland, Slovenia, Lithuania, Turkey, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and China) with a combination of 15 participants, the 

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