Stowarzyszenie Projektów Międzynarodowych „INPRO”

EXTREmism EMEndation Training Course in Italy

Last December, our INPRO attended an Erasmus+ Training course called “EXTREmism EMEndation” in Magenta and Abbiategrasso near Milan, Italy. 3 of our members together with other 24 youth workers from Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania discussed the extremism phenomena in EU which nowadays threaten democracy. The Training Course was hosted by

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My EVS experience in Armenia

My name is Kasia, I come from Poland, I am 24 years old and I’m doing my EVS in Gyumri in Armenia. Why did I choose this country? A bit by accident… After finishing my studies I wanted to go abroad to change surroundings, gain some experiences in working abroad,

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Why to volunteer abroad?

Interview with Joao Amiguinho – EVS Volunteer at INPRO Why did you decide to apply for EVS? There are many reasons for me to have applied for EVS, despair might be the one I’m going with. I was at back home in Portugal looking for a job without any luck.

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Mentors and Buddies

By: Ismael Garcia Mentors are a mandatory part of EVS as well as a keystone in the program. On this article we will go through my experience from both sides, from receiving support from a buddy (the equivalent of a mentor in the Eramus+ studies program) in Liberec, Czech Republic,

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Coping with Culture shock when you go abroad

By: Elisa Gomez While visiting a country as a tourist may be easy and pleasant, discovering a new world surrounding us, less true is the experience of living and working in another country on a long-term basis ! When we go abroad, no matter how far it is from our

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Feeling comfy in a brotherly, yet very different country

By: Bernat Szloboda Travelling abroad is always an interesting and exciting adventure that holds many possibilities. People usually travel further so the difference between cultures is bigger and because of this, the experience is more intense. But is it really true? What if what’s close by is actually farther away?

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4 tools to modernize your classroom

By: Nurseli Dibek While we volunteer here in Rzeszow with Inpro, my favourite activity is the school visits. I studied English Language Teaching in Istanbul. And during my studies in Turkey, we were taught to use online tools to draw students’ attention. We are living In a world rapidly evolving

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“Yes, Germans aren’t very welcome in Poland.”

By: Denise A few days ago I went to a school to give a workshop, we were playing some games and I was talking about my country. Everything was going well up until the point when one student asked me: “Who won the Second World War?” I was very confused

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Not Just Baklava

Welcome to our new Youtube series Not Just Baklava! Here, we are planning to produce video content about Turkey and its culture. As the name of the series indicates, we would like to show you the interesting facts about our country by using a humorous language. Also we want to

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Should foreigners get special treatment?

By : Ismael Garcia Making the EU more attractive to foreign students has been an important topic over the last years. In 2013 the European higher education in the world strategy was launched in order to promote mobility and cooperation between the universities of both EU and non-EU member countries.

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