Erasmus Days: Outcomes

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Erasmus+ DaysToday we celebrated the #ErasmusDays, with an on-line event presented in our previous article. The event brought together 9 youngsters, seven visually impaired/blind and two non-visually impaired, together with three project coordinators and a member of staff, from the consortium of partners.

The agenda of the on-line meeting can be found here.

The outcomes of our event, organized by Karabaglar Kaymakamligi Turkey, Asociatia Babilon Travel Romania and Lifelong Learning Network Republic of North Macedonia, can be found below: (more…)

Erasmus+ Days

Posted Posted in Erasmus+ Days, Events

Erasmus+ programme celebrates each year its aniversary. Asociatia Babilon Travel is supporting this wonderful event by organizing an on-line meeting with potential participants to one of our international projects: Ball for All.

This on-line meeting will take place on Friday, October 16, 2020 at 14:30 Romanian local time and will bring together youngster from three European countries: Republic of North Macedonia, Turkey and Romania. (more…)

BALL FOR ALL – A new project is starting

Posted Posted in Ball for All, Erasmus+, KA-1, Youth Exchange

End of May 2020 we received the good news, that our KA-1 project BALL FOR ALL has been approved and its starting date will be the 1st of August 2020. Our international partners in this project are Mreza za Dozivotno Ucenje from North Macedonia and Karabaglar Kaymakamligi from Turkey.

BALL FOR ALL aims to respond to the needs of visually impaired young people to be included in society with their peers, to be equally involved in education, culture, sports, social life, etc. Specifically, during the one week activity of this project that will take place in Cluj-Napoca, we will make the sports game goalball (the most popular ball sport in the world for the visually impaired, which become a Paralympic sport in 1976) to become inclusive, for our mixed international teams of the blind and sighted, girls and boys. The practice of sport will be alternated by debates on topics of interest such as the perception of people with disabilities in society, stereotypes and expectations of / from society, social inclusion. Read more…