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let's communicate for peace

Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Latvia, Portugal, Armenia, Georgia


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The goal of the project was to gain tools that stimulated more compassionate, non-violent communication between young people, which would consequently lead to a reduction in the potential for violence and radicalization among them.

– to equip youth workers and leaders with the tools of conflict transformation and non-violent communication;
– to promote conscious and non-violent behavior among participants with the use of non-formal education methods to be afterward applied in their workplaces with young people;
– to get acquainted with the situation of conflict transformation in the participating countries and make the exchange of best practices;
– to form a network among like-minded organizations and develop follow-up projects within the project topic.

For further information download the INFOPACK.

Participant’s Feedback from the first part:
“My experience with this Erasmus+ “Let’s communicate for peace” project has been very enriching. Not only I was given the chance to work on my communication skills — focusing on learning and improving non-violent, mindful and inclusive tools and strategies, — but I also got to see a very interesting country and its local culture in Aparan, Armenia. It has been a wonderful experience.
@altera_lab and @chance_international_berlin did a great job bringing together international youth from such diverse backgrounds to spend this time together, I felt really inspired afterwards and would definitely recommend the experience.” – Siham El Faiz Saoud.

“This was my fifteenth Erasmus+ project. I really enjoyed it. During the project I was able to improve my language skills, learn many new and interesting things, and make many good friends from different countries. The project was very well organized. Erasmus convinced me once again that you can rethink a lot of things here, find a lot of good people from different countries, discover and improve a lot of personal skills. As I have done before, now I will definitely advise people to participate in projects like this too, because I believe that these days especially people really need such opportunities where they can talk, learn about other cultures, find people with common interests and understand that in this huge world there are many good and beautiful things and to learn, explore it, then for that you definitely have to be part of this big program called Erasmus.
Thanks again to @altera_lab and @chance_international_berlin  for such a good project and for the opportunity to participate in it.” – Harut Manvelyan.

I am thankful for having been part of a wonderful project called „Let’s communicate for peace“ with amazing people and many memories and valuable insights to take with me. The youth exchange took place in Aparan, Armenia, 8.10.22–17.10.22 in the middle of the mountains. A magical place to become peaceful from within.
Thank you to everyone who made this such an inspiring and energizing time! I feel enriched to have learned so much from my fellow participants. We all came here from various places such as Latvia, Armenia, Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Georgia and Germany to learn about non-violent communication and self-reflecting tools.
A big thank you to the organizers @altera_lab and @chance_international_berlin who made this possible.” – Marie Robinski.

I am very pleased that “Let’s communicate for peace” at 08.10 till 17.10.2022 in beautiful Aparan is my first Erasmus+ project, because it inspired me to become more active in the sphere of communication for peace, which has always been a big inspiration of mine. I want to thank and @altera_lab for this opportunity. Through the training, I saw some of the advantages of informal education, practiced working in a group, and developed public presentation skills. They inspired me to explore deeper and encouraged me to come up with ideas and answers by talking to people, as well as by objective introspection.” – Hayk Ghazaryan.

The Erasmus+ youth exchange ,, Let’s communicate for peace’’ in Armenia 08.10-17.10.2022 was one of the best project i have ever participated in. I met so many good people from different countries and gained friends and memories which will take special part of my heart from now on. Thanks for organizing this project @altera_lab” – Ana Svanidze.

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