About the project
Zsadany & Tinca - building the future of Europe through volunteering
Participation: The project involves 360 citizens, 180 participants from the city of Zsadány (Hungary), 180 participants from the city of Tinca (Romania).
Location/ Dates: The event will take place in Zsadány Község, Hungary, from 09/09/2017 to 10/09/2017
Project theme: Bringing closer and strengthening the relationships between the two towns at the level of the citizens, companies and local governments. Understanding and building the future of Europe through promoting volunteering, tolerance and intercultural dialogue at the level of the twinned towns, Zsadany and Tinca.
– strengthening the institutional, economical and human relationships between the citizens of
the twinned towns
– understanding by participants of the role of the European Union to overcome
– raising the level of tolerance of the participants regarding to each other
– raising the level of solidarity among the citizens of the twinned towns through volunteering
Activities and the methods used:
The project will have activities that will facilitate the strengthening of connections between participants of both twinned villages, Tinca and Zsadany. There will be presentations about Euroscepticism, Volunteering, and about the European Union’s history, and we will organize round table discussions on future projects. Cultural activities that induce tolerance and intercultural dialog: theatrical plays, dance activities and cultural programs. In the second part of the meeting an appropriate framework will be created in which young people of the two towns can play football, handball together. The sport activities which will help strengthening the human relationships between the two communities. For the successful implementation of the project, we will use different methods: presentations, which will be held by specialists in the chosen fields; brainstorming, which will help to create and implement new common projects; information methods, different interactive methods like: round table discussion, informal methods.