„Racism: how to talk to young people?“

Международен Младежки Обмен
„Racism: how to talk to young people?“



Racism is an ideology that starts from the postulate of the existence of human races and considers that certain races are intrinsically superior to others. This ideology can lead to an attitude of hostility or systematic sympathy towards a particular category of people. It concerns behaviors, difficulties that blindness, insanity and stupidity take precedence over the common sense of the human being.
Racism is no longer a question of race superiority, but the anxiety one feels in the face of another which is different from oneself and which one can not understand. Contempt and exclusion are the result of this anguish, which is transformed into pure rejection. In all states, all origins, beliefs and cultures are affected. Each of us is an actor and victim of racism, consciously or not.
This project is designed to sensitize youth on a sensitive and sensitive issue. The response to racism can be achieved through a variety of means, including understanding racism, discrimination, and changing from prejudice to discrimination. Understand that racism is a crime severely punished by the law as well as discrimination. Understand how to act when witnessing or suffering racist or discriminatory acts. It will also enable us to inform and encourage the organization of working groups and to support the actors in setting up practical, feasible and efficient mechanisms.
We want to give young people tools so that they can give answers to acts of racism in their immediate environment. Situations, concrete case studies, simulations and testimonials will be on the menu during this meeting of young people for an exchange of good practices.
During this project, AFRO’EVENTS and the other partners set themselves the following objectives:
– Raise interest in human rights and racism issues.
– Develop skills for democratic participation, communication and cooperation.
– Empowering youth in the fight against racism
– Promoting responsibility, justice and solidarity.
– Development of a policy for the management of racist incidents at school (or in a club or organization).
– Set up a social network to enable the various actors involved in these activities to be able to act and implement mechanisms to prevent or correct the effects that threaten social cohesion and thus contribute to the preservation Of a civic space without racism.
The ultimate objective is to create a shared strategy to prevent and combat the expression of racism in order to facilitate access to victims’ rights and to reduce racist expression and make it intolerable in society.
The project will be realized in TOULOUSE from 17 to 26 July 2017 with the participation of 42 young people coming from 06 partner organizations.
words or practices that disadvantage people because of their color, culture or ethnic origin.
Racism is a timeless and universal scourge. It is a parasite that proliferates and feeds during times of crisis, which engenders violence, massacres.

Participant`s profile required:

  • English level ( at least Medium level speaking and writing);
  • Youth workers;
  • Committed to contribute to the follow up of the project;
  • Gender Balance have to be followed as much as possible (3 Male and 3 Female participant per country);
  • Be interested in developing competences and implement follow-up initiatives;
  • Be aware of the characteristics of the learning environment (non-formal education);
  • Some priority will be given to youth belonging from minority groups or facing economic difficulties, coming from rural areas or with other disadvantaged backgrounds, as well as participants from Tryavna or the region.



Cité Universitaire de l’Arsenal
4-26 Boulevard Armand Duportal
31000 Toulouse
PS : There will have 2 hosting sites but CITE UNIVERSITAIRE ARSENAL will remain the headquarter of the project.

Participants will be accommodated in double, triple and four-person rooms with private bathroom, grouped by gender.

Working methods:

All the training will be done through the methods of non-formal education. The activities will be for example brain storming’s, plenary discussions, simulations, role plays, team building, energizers, ice breakers and many others. Non formal education we remember you that is voluntary, no hierarchical and all its methods are based on the concept of learning by doing.

Travel Costs:

100% of the participants‘ travel costs will be reimbursed within the valid budget sums calculated according to the official rules of Erasmus+ programme. If a sum exceeds the limit, the excess will be paid by the participants themselves. The reimbursement limit is 275€ per participant from Bulgaria.

Reimbursement of the travel costs will only be done after submitting all original tickets, receipt/invoices, boarding passes and later sending of the return documents and boarding passes. Save the boarding passes from your airport check in as well. Please, be aware that in case you loose any invoices or tickets we will not be able to reimburse the cost. Reimbursement will be done in EURO, regardless of the currency indicated on your ticket and receipt/invoice according to the official currency exchange rate of European Commission.

! Note: in case of higher travel cost, you will need to cover excess yourself.

Important: It will be send only one bank transfert per Country . The recipient of the reimbursement is the partner association , not the participants according to the French National Agency rules. To receive reimbursement participants should attend all the planned progamme elements (before, during and after the project activities).

Financial support:

Project is supported by “Erasmus+” program. Accommodation, meals, program and travel cost (based on distance) are covered from grant. There is NO participation feeHowever, 15 BGN will be deductuted from the travel costs or paid to the sending organisation from each participant, in order to be covered the different taxes, related to the participation of each representative from Bulgaria (bank transfer fees, post expenses, difference in the exchange rates, etc.). In case the organisation is covering the tickets, each participant must transfer a guarantee of 70 BGN, to the organisation`s public bank accont to ensure his/her`s participation and if he/she cancels his/her`s participation, the sum will be used to cover the change of the name for the flight, the ticket has been bought already.


The travel insurance is not mandatory but it is highly reccommended. It costs 1 BGN/day and covers all the common injuries during projects up to 5000 Euro. Our organization is not covering insurance, it is individual, but we are going to support you to obtain a proper insurance for the duration of the project. For more information about the insurance, contact us.


Every participant is individually entitled to receive a Youthpass Certificate, which confirms participation and
validates the non-formal learning (NFL) experience of Training course project. Validating the learning experiences of participants is important in itself and the document can be of benefit in terms of the educational or employment future of the participant. Through Youthpass the European Commission ensures the Training course activity is recognized as a non-formal learning experience.
(*For more information on Youthpass you may click on this page to check it online)

Applicants MUST:

  1. Have a vilidе ID/International passport.
  2. Possess valid European Health Card.
  3. Fill in the application form and send it to: stanimir.chukov@gmail.com – APPLICATION FORM
  4. Fill in and sign this Participant Agreement.
  5. Check the conditions your participation will be evaluated – Final evaluation form


In the title of the e-mail, write down the name of the project.
The deadline for applying is 06. 06. 2017

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