Working with 70 year 9 pupils who have started to learn French to encourage them to see how important languages. The EU has 24 official languages but uses 4 key languages: French, English, German and Spanish. These are the core languages used to carry out all interpretation and translation.
Mid Ulster Council hosts a celebration of the Erasmus+ funded Euro-Youth MediaLab Project which has involved youth from Dungannon over the 2year term of the project.
The aim of the project is to work with youth to explore what issues concern them and present their views through multimedia reports which they will produce and share with their project partners.
Five of the ten partners involved in the Euro-Youth MediaLab project take part in an Erasmus+ youth exchange programme. The five project partners are: Bulgaria, France, Spain, Sweden and UK. The youth exchange includes 5 youth and one leader from each region working together during a week long programme to explore EU key issues.
Youth from Dungannon and Cookstown took part in youth exchanges in France, Spain, Bulgaria and Sweden where they worked with youth from Sweden, Spain, France and Bulgaria. Project information
The fourth and final youth exchange took place in Baena, Spain 18 – 22 March 2018 and included 5 youth and a youth leader from Bulgaria, France, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
The youth exchange was hosted by the project partner from Baena, Spain which is a town of Andalucia in the province of Córdoba in southern Spain.
Five youth and their youth leader from Cookstown Youth Council took part in the exchange. Full report
Europe Direct Northern Ireland is a European Commission information centre with a network of over 400 offices in each of the 28 member states. The training in Brussels was to welcome new Europe Direct offices to the network and provide up to date training on how to respond to queries from citizens on their rights and access to EU policies and programmes.
This study visit brought two primary schools together to explore their shared history to promote citizenship and peace building between communities.
This workshop was for year 10 pupils to help them understand the importance of languages for careers and personal development. We used a number of activities and quizzes to look at the many languages across the world and how knowledge of a few key languages can help you communicate. Languages are increasingly sought after by local employers who export goods and services across the Europe and internationally.
Making the right choice for GCSE can be difficult and this workshop was to help pupils understand how important having another language is to succeed where we are connected so easily across the world. Languages are useful in any walk of life and give you an advantage.
This youth exchange to Bulgaria 18 – 22 February 2017 included youth and youth leaders from Bulgaria, France, Finland, Spain, Sweden, and Northern Ireland (UK).
The youth exchange is part of an Erasmus+ Euro-Youth MediaLab project which includes partners from Croatia, Italy, Poland and Slovakia.
Five Youth and their youth leader from Vineyard youth group, Dungannon participated in the youth exchange. The youth explore migration, integration and including doing the 5 day programme.
The workshop was for 75 year 10 pupils who are having to make very important decision about which subjects they should chose for GCSE. It’s difficult to know at this stage in your life exactly what direction your life or career will take you but our world is increasingly global and connected and even if you don’t chose to move the world comes to you! Languages can be useful in any walk of life and give you an advantage.
Workshops with year 10 pupils in Coleraine to explore how languages are important for any career in a very connected world where we connect to do business across the world. We looked at how to develop language skills through living, working, studying, volunteering and traveling throughout Europe. Even when the UK leaves the EU we are still providing services and goods across Europe.