WHO IS DREAMTEAM?


DreamTeam is a group of young people active in youth work. DreamTeam's activity core are volunteers with great experience in Erasmus+ projects such as international exchanges, seminars, training courses, EVS. After having worked together for a long time, we realized we should put this expertise into further use by forming this group and educate young people, open their minds towards understanding and accepting European identity, help them discover volunteer work, learn about different cultures, develop their creativity and expand their horizons.

DreamTeam's activities are based on non-formal education methods and structured dialog. Culture, arts, creativity, youth active participation, social inclusion, solidarity and tolerance, mutual understanding and respect, human rights, cooperation, European awareness are the core elements of our group.

We aim to promote solidarity and tolerance between youngsters of different backgrounds and of fewer opportunities and to give them the chance to acquire international experience. We aspire to inform youngsters of the existing opportunities of Erasmus+ programs in order to learn and motivate them to become a part of a broader board of people who can drive change and contribute to a better future towards European consciousness, and their own personal development.


Objectives:

  • empower youngsters, minorities and vulnerable social groups to participate in all aspects of social and professional life
  • provide learning mobility opportunities for young people, youth workers, youth leaders and staff of youth organisations; Strengthen the links between the youth field and the labour market and promote entrepreneurship
  • enhance cooperation between organisations in the youth field and/or other stakeholders.
  • promote mobility, cooperation, and capacity building, among stakeholder in the European Union, partner countries and international organisations
  • promote solidarity and tolerance between youngsters of different backgrounds and of fewer opportunities and to give them the chance to acquire international experience


Activities:
International youth exchanges (sending organization)
We have been partners to many projects around the Europe. This way we are raising awareness of Erasmus+ and non-formal education. 
Every year we are sending many volunteers and students to trainings, seminars, youth exchanges etc. that are co-financed by the Erasmus+ Progamme of the European Union. We have been part of many different projects as trainers, facilitators and background supporters as well. Our implemented projects have been mainly connected with youth participation, human rights education, gender equality and entrepreneurship. Our activities are implemented using mainly non-formal educational methods and by job shadowing the work of our partners and supporters in this journey.
International youth exchanges (hosting organization)
Our implemented projects have been mainly connected with youth participation, intercultural dialog and social inclusion with the use of non-formal educational methods.
- KA1 Youth Exchange “Give Religion a chance: Religion as a tool of social inclusion”31 March – 8 April 2017, Tinos island.
-  KA1 Youth Exchange "Taste Without Frontiers", 1-10 October 2017, Athens, Greece. 
-  KA1 Youth Exchange "Get Up!Start Up!", 13-21 April 2018, Athens, Greece. 
- KA1 Youth Exchange "Gender Equality Through Intercultural Learning Vol.3",  12-24 October, 2018, Athens, Greece. 
- KA1 Youth Exchange "YOU(th) can move the world forward", 29 April - 8 May, 2019, Athens, Greece.  

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