“YES-Youth Equality Support”

International Youth Exchange
“YES-Youth Equality Support”


Project Summary:

Léléktér Foundation was accredited as an EVS delegating and hosting organization in October, 2014. Since then, the Foundation has participated in and coordinated many successful youth exchanges in the European Union.

In this project the partners are from Turkey, Italy, Lithuania, Greece, France, Bulgaria, Sweden and Spain possess significant experience in youth exchange – many joint projects were successfully implemented. Due to this success, we have met young people who are interested in participating in intercultural learning opportunities. Therefore, Léléktér Foundation and the above mentioned partners have developed „YES-Youth Equality Support” project, a youth exchange in Hungary.

In the preparation process the needs and interests of the youth have been identified. These are in the realm of the various art forms and other creative activities. To ensure the exceptional quality of the program, more organizations focus on the situation of the migrants and refugees.

All together there are 9 organizations involved in the project (8 partners + the Léléktér Foundation). Our Foundation also delegates 2 volunteers to help with the technical issues, administration and such.

In order to make the communication system easier there will be a Facebook group for the leaders and all the participants.

Through the refugee and migrant situation and non-formal education the participants will be supported in their development of becoming conscious consumers, and active citizens of the European Union.

“YES-Youth Equality Support” project of Léléktér Foundation helps younger people to learn about and get involved in different opportunities offered by the European Union. On international level the project builds a well-functioning network amongst the 8 partner organizations, and offers opportunities for other countries to join this network in order to implement further successful projects.

The main goals of the project are to generate international co-operation via non-formal education and art workshops, exchange experience, to foster the system of youth policy, to strengthen social inclusion of the youth and to encourage them to take more active participation in the European democracy.

Short-term goals of the project are to build new international networks, to propagate the Erasmus+ Programs, and to provide development of competencies of the participants’ varied skills. The program also aims to generate opportunities to learn and adapt good-practices, to improve language skills of the young. Also, it helps establish new techniques in order to avoid racism, discrimination and hate speech related to the migrants and refugees and develop self-knowledge of the participants and to foster their social responsibility.

The long term goal of this project is to increase solidarity, tolerance and social inclusion and to support and mobilize young people on their road of becoming active European citizens.

Our youth exchange program includes all the priorities, goals and mission of the Erasmus+ Programs.

Other important goals are to strengthen the cooperation, partnership between the participants and to provide the development of their competencies. We support them to achieve their personal goals, motivate them to get involved in self and community development activities by using their creativity and their gained experience. The impact of the project is that with the help of the new experience, knowledge they gained, they will be able to make positive changes.


Organizations involved:

  • „The Change is in You” Association – Bulgaria;
  • Léléktér Alapítvany – Hungary;
  • Organisation Française de la Coopération Internationale- France;
  • Horizons For Youth – Greece;
  • Associazione Culturale Beyond Borders Corato- Italy;
  • Demokrasi ve Hukuk Toplulugu- Turkey;
  • ACD LA HOYA – Spain;
  • Actively Learning People All Over The Europe – Lithuania;
  • Youth In – Sweeden.



Péter Pál Guesthouse is located 3 minutes from the center of Veszprem, near the Petőfi Theatre. The guesthouse is furnished in style of the early 1900’s.

They provide for the guest’s comfortable stay with their 16 rooms all with own bathrooms (altogether 50 beds), breakfast room, drinks bar, friendly staff, cheap prices and flexibility.

The Guesthouse’s address: 8200 Veszprém, Dózsa György str. 3. (http://www.peterpal.hu/galeria.html)



Every day’s menu will be typical local meals, prepared and served for you in our accommodation. If you are vegetarian, vegan (other) you should inform us. No alcoholic drinks will be allowed on the place.


Financial support:

Project is supported by program of European Union ERASMUS+. Accommodation, meals, program and travel cost (based on distance) are covered from grant. There is no participation fee.


Travel cost reimbursement:

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 170€ per participant from Bulgaria.

Important: In order to obtain reimbursement for the tickets, you need to obey the following rules:
1) You need to present ALL THE TICKETS, including RETURN TICKETS, which you will send after realization of the project, otherwise YOU WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED (DO NOT FORGET TO KEEP YOUR BOARDING PASSES FROM AIRPORT CHECK-IN)
2) You need to use PUBLIC TRANSPORT e.g. planes, trains, buses, trams or underground.
3) You need to depart from the country.
4) It is recommended to make scans of tickets before your arrival in case you lose them. The reimbursement will be done only in euros.



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 should have valid European Health Card.



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)