Stowarzyszenie Projektów Międzynarodowych „INPRO”

Youth embracing change 2021

Youth embracing change is an already accepted long-term project that will be realized at the beginning of 2021.

Thanks to the project, our organization will host 4 volunteers for a period of 6 months. The first team will join us in January 2021. The volunteers will visit schools, organize their events, record videos from their stay in Rzeszów, and realize their own projects, such as language cafes.

The goal of the project is to develop interpersonal and intercultural competences among young people as well as among organizers of activities – volunteers themselves.



Aykhan Samadov is from Azerbaijan. 4 years ago he started to study in Hungary and It helped him to discover his life passion which is to create such life-changing opportunities for particularly youngsters with fewer access to the existing opportunities. For this purpose, he volunteered in a local NGO in Budapest. His master’s education added skills such as presentation, team-work, sometimes leadership, and management. He applied these to create a better intercultural society in Hungary and also worked hard to involve his home country Azerbaijan during this period. He thinks he still needs to improve his interpersonal skills. He strongly believes that with “Youth Embracing Change” project he will take further steps on his goals.




My name is Maxime Dhesdin. I am from a beautiful region in France called Normandy. It is well known for the D-day battles during the II World war. I studied applied foreign languages at the university in France. I am really curious about a large variety of topics. From geopolitics to information technologies by way of literature. Moreover, I am really into languages, English, Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, and so on. I want to understand better the world. I am a trumpet player, not the best one but I keep rehearsing to improve my skills. I am fond of jazz, especially music by Chet Backer. I take part in the project ‘Youth embracing change’ in Impro because I want to improve my skills and share with people from different cultures.