Here our participants share their success stories from the project in Georgia. Follow their stories to receive your daily dose of motivation for application to our upcoming projects.

Our first participant

I am Rosa from Armenia. On March 20-29, in Batumi, Georgia, I participated in a Youth exchange program, the topic of which was “Discrimination”. My motivation was the main topic. These 10 days were full of very interesting activities, every day a day of new discoveries and opportunities. A wonderful opportunity to develop your skills, and meet new people from different cultures. Within the framework of the program, I began to perceive the phenomena differently, think differently, and understand differently. Thank you Future in our hands NGO for giving such an opportunity to us.

Our second participant

My name is Diana and I took part in YE ” Youth against discrimination” which was held on March 20-29 in Batumi. To take part in YE Project has been one of my right decisions, filled with great and joyful memories. And mainly I want to express my appreciation for the people who I met during the project and during this trip, and for my Armenian friend as well. I am thankful for the knowledge I gained from this experience, for being motivated, and for a lifelong friendship. Thanks FIOH for this great opportunity.

Our third participant

When I saw the program, I immediately applied and got the opportunity to participate in this program. It was my first experience in ERASMUS + outside  Armenia, I left for Georgia with great hopes. The topic of the program was discrimination, which is a very important topic in the 21st century. During the program, I met people from different parts of the world and for sure I will keep in touch with them, and I hope I will learn a lot from them yet. The educational part of the program was not as much as I expected, but still I am not sad as the project gave me a lot.

Our fourth participant

Through this project I was able to have experience which I haven’t had before. It was a pleasure for me to socialize with people from different cultures, know about their history and traditions and eventually make new friends. The games and activities which we did together were a great incentive for us to get to know each other and have great sessions with each other. During the project we emphasized the importance to have our share in struggling against discrimination by raising awareness, creating a healthy mindset and respecting each other.

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