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New volunteers for “Living Cinema in Oradea”

Type of program: European Voluntary Service

Time: 10.02.2011 – 10.08.2011

Location :Oradea and its surroundings

From the beginning of February ,the association PIHE has welcomed two new volunteers participating to the European Volunteer Service.

Marie Hand and David Bertin, both coming from France will stay here for 6 months and will help creating and managing cultural projects for youth in Oradea and its surroundings.

New Horizons

Type of program: European Voluntary Service

Time: 01.03.2011 – 29.02.2012

Location: Budapest and its surroundings

Participating Countries: Romania, Hungary

Main supporter: MOBILITÁS National Youth Service

Our association sends a volunteer for twelve months in which a Romanian youngster is active in Hungary, mainly in Budapest and its surroundings. The tasks of the volunteer include getting involved in the youth life of Budapest by organizing and promoting language clubs, programs and events, and to help in the activities of the hosting association.

Four Volunteers for the Youth Life of Oradea

Type of program: 2 European Voluntary Service

Time: 10.08.2010 – 01.04.2011

Location: Oradea and its surroundings

Participating Countries: Romania, Hungary and Poland

Main supporter: Agenţia Natională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educaţiei şi Formării Profesionale

Our association is currently hosting an eight month volunteering programme in which two Hungarian and a Polish youngster are active in Romania, mainly in Oradea and its surroundings. The tasks of the volunteers include getting involved in the life of Oradea’s youth by organizing programs and events and to help in the activities of our association and of the Freedom Cinema from the city center.

FARE- Football Against Racism in Europe

This year the Association for Youth and Students in Partium involved into the Green Eagle Tournament, organized by the Hungarian Student Association from Oradea , within the frame of the program FARE- Football Against Racism in Europe. The FARE- Football Against Racism in Europe program supports, at a European level, programs connected to football in the interest of football against prejudice, xenophobia and racial exclusion. The Green Eagle Tournament in autumn, with the support of the FARE program, was realized a football cup where Hungarian, Romanian, and Roma youngsters compete without prejudice, for the cup and the joy of football.

Voluntary spirit for the orphanage

Type of program: 1.1 Youth Exchange

Time: 09.11.2010 – 16.11.2010

Location: Oradea, Băile Tuşnad

Participating Countries: Hungary and Romania (10-10 participants/country)

Main supporter: Agenţia Natională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educaţiei şi Formării Profesionale

This was a project where The Carpathian Youth Association from Hungary (KIE) and us organized a 1.1. Bilateral Youth Exchange where we wisewd to share the experiences of the two associations in the field of social work, non-formal education, free time planning and helping underprivileged young people. Our objective was to organize an 8 day program in Baile Tusnad and in the outskirts of the city with the participation of 10-10 people. The main theme of the project explored the theoretical and practical possibilities of the social integration of these children (including a lot of roma children) who are growing up in orphanages or in child care homes. Besides these we put a big accent on the self-evolution of the participants, the informal teaching and on the organizing the free time in a way that this should be active.
During the exchange we discussed the problems of orphans. We have spent four days with the children of the Saint Laslie Child Care Center in Baile Tusnad, and many children around the city.
Between the 20 participants there were some, who could utilize the experiances gained during the project in the professional life, and there were participants entirely laic considering the learning. In the selection of the participants a factor was the chosing participants from both hungarian and romanian part, who are in a social disadvantage.

Metrion Animation Film Festival

The MAFF has ended it has been a roller coaster experience for animation, poster, and puppet show lovers alike. We had animation contests, poster contests, the International Day of Animation, Polish day, and the Interactive puppet show day. For more details, please check the website of the Festival: www.maffestival.ro

The supporters of the Metrion Animation Film Festival were the Autoritatea Naţională pentru Sport si Tineret through the Direcţia Judeţeană pentru Tineret Bihor and the Szülőföld Alap.

Here are the highlight moments of the Festival:

Campus Olympics

Type of program: Olympics

Time: 20.07.2010 – 22.07.2010

Location: Debrecen, Hungary

Participating Countries: Hungary and Romania

The “Debreceni Campus Nonprofit Közhasznú Kft” organized a 3 day sport event for students from Hungary and Romania. The goals of the event were the promotion of sport and doing sports, educating towards a healthy lifestyle, assuring leisure time for those wishing to do sports, organizing social events, building new contact between the athletes and supporters of different sport institutions, organizing the twin event of the Campus Festival and making new ties possible between Hungarian and Romanian institutions. It was possible to enter in fields like: small field football, tennis, beach volleyball, foot tennis, basketball, street ball, handball, swimming, relay-running, billiards, darts, strength contests, poker, triathlon and biking. One of the points for candidates was our PIHE office.

More details about the olympics can be read at the www.campusolimpia.hu website.

The IXth Summer University from the Carpathian Basin

Type of program: Summer University

Time: 10.08.2010 – 15.08.2010

Location: Oradea

Each year, our organization is a partner organizer of the Summer University from the Carpathian Basin (www.kmnye.ro). This year we also took on this role and we helped in the organizing and implementation of the program.

Orquestra Reciclaje

Orquestra Reciclaje
Type: Youth in Action 1.1 Youth Exchange
Date: 197-28 of July 2010
Venue: Coin, Spain
Countries: Greece, Hungary, Italy, Letonia, Romania, Spain (8 participants/country)
Working language: English & Spanish
This Youth Exhange brought together 40 young participants in the amazing territory of Andalusia in Spain where we discussed the situation of the reciclyng policies in the participating countries, visited recicling ventures and the natural areas and most importantly formed an orchestrea which worked with recicled materials. We were divided in three groups: Percussion, Body Music and Dance, we all manufactured instruments for ourselves, learned our separate coreographies and showed the audiences of Coin, Malaga and Spain what we can do.

Type : Youth in Action 1.1 Youth Exchange

Date: 19-28 of July 2010

Venue: Coin, Malaga, Nerja (Spain)

Countries: Greece, Hungary, Italy, Letonia, Romania, Spain (8 participants/country)

Working language: English & Spanish

This Youth Exhange brought together 40 young participants in the amazing territory of Andalusia in Spain where we discussed the situation of the reciclyng policies in the participating countries, visited recicling ventures and the natural areas and most importantly formed an orchestrea which worked with recicled materials. We were divided in three groups: Percussion, Body Music and Dance, we all manufactured instruments for ourselves, learned our separate coreographies and showed the audiences of Coin, Malaga and the Spanish television what we can do.

Youth – Environment – Climate

Type : 1.1 youth exchange

Date: 05. 07.2010 – 11. 07.2010

Venue: Szczecin (Poland)

Countries: Poland, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Hungary (4+1 pers./country)

During the program the participants were talking about the global environmental change and the role of humankind in this. They could learn about the present laws and innovations about environment protection in every country. They also visited a Baltic-Sea National park and a meteorology station.

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