The EU-funded Erasmus+ programme invites young people between the ages of 18 and 30 to take part in the youth exchange ‘Against Threads of Human Rights’.
The exchange is organised by the German organisation ‘Internationaler kultureller Jugend Austausch (IKJA e.V.) (International Cultural Youth Organisation), founded by the Leibniz University students in 2009 in Hannover. Its main objective is promoting trans-cultural dialogue, solidarity and tolerance between young people regardless of their origin.
The project will last nine days from 21 to 29 May, including travel days, and will take place in Hannover. The aim of the exchange is to raise awareness of human rights and to enable young people to contribute to building and defending a universal culture of human rights in society.
The project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme. Meals, accommodation and travel expenses (within €275 for Ukraine and €360 for Georgia) are fully covered by the project.
Deadline for application is 25 April.
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