Training Course:  Arabic seminar Seminar

Location: Narva, Estonia

Dates: 2-5 October 2019

Participating countries: 20

Organizer: Organiser: NGO VitaTiim (Youth NGO

Deadline to apply:  1 July 2019

Date of selection: 15 July 2019

Apply here: Application Form

Inquiries about this training course: Julia Dem  E-Mail:



Participation fee

No fees

Accommodation and food

Seminar organized under Erasmus+ programme. Accomoddation and food provided.

Travel reimbursement

Latvia – 180 EUR

Lithuania – 275 EUR

Estonia – 20 EUR

Morocco – 530 EUR

Palestine – 530 EUR

Jordan – 530 EUR

Egypt – 530 EUR

Arabic seminar Seminar

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Baltic-Arabic is an international seminar with elements of partnership-building activity for to boots cooperation between organizations located in Baltic and Mediterranean countries.

  Objectives of the activity:

  • to develop a partnership between Baltic and Mediterranean countries in the field of the youth work;
  • to explore possibilities for cooperation and provide space for developing future project ideas;
  • to provide space for intercultural learning among participants in order to bring gained experience and attitude to the local communities and to the youth with whom work for participating organizations;
  • to explore the realities of young people and youth work in participating countries in order and be able to answer common challenges within future projects;
  • to contribute to address the needs of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants and increase
  • awareness about this issue within local communities by increasing sense of intercultural sensitivity and by follow-up activities and future projects, which participants will develop during the project.

The activity will take place from 3rd to 5th October 2019 in Narva, Estonia.

In total, we have 20 participants, incl. 2 facilitators.
The project’s target groups:

  • youth workers either on a professional or voluntary basis who are working with young people on a daily basis or in projects;
  • youth leaders and volunteers who work international mobilities such as international youth exchanges or working with youth on the local level;
  • youth workers and project managers who work with local and international volunteers.

At the end of the seminar, the participants will:

  • be familiar with the situation and the role of young people and youth work in Baltics and Mediterranean countries (Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine );
  • be familiar with opportunities and benefits from Baltic-Arabic cooperation;
  • develop cooperation and partnership relations with the organization from Baltics and Mediterranean countries;
  • develop project ideas and concrete steps to cooperations;
  • learn about Baltic and Mediterranean countries cultures and increased sense of cultural sensitivity.