Name of the project: Multicultural sound
Date: 16th to 25th April 2018
Country/City: Spain/ Malaga
- What was the main topic of the event?
Hedvig Pollumae and Elisabeth Ehrstein – To stop the rumors about refugees.
Ian Christian Tammepõld – Multiculturalism and migration.
Vladislav Virtonen – Multiculturalism, social inclusion, rumors about migration and refugees, music
Simon Trumsi – Multiculturalism, social inclusion and stopping rumors about immigration
- What was the biggest learning moments on the event for you?
Hedvig Pollumae and Elisabeth Ehrstein – When a refugee Leo talked about his life.
Ian Christian Tammepõld – When this young guy told us about the painful process of getting a working license in Spain.
Vladislav Virtonen – Research that we made in intercultural groups, debates on complicated
topics and workshops conducted by local people.
Simon Trumsi – I became aware of the similarities between people of other countries and at that moment I knew that everyone is the same.
- Do you have any plans to continue active in the field? If yes, what?
Hedvig Pollumae and Elisabeth Ehrstein – Yes, we would really like to raise awareness, but we are not sure how yet.
Ian Christian Tammepõld – I do not have any certain plans but if I have the opportunity to help and participate then I will definitely use it.
Vladislav Virtonen – Yes I do! At least I’ll definitely take part in similar projects in the future. This project has also increased my will to become an EVS volunteer one day.
Simon Trumsi – No.
- Would you recommend it to your friends? I yes, why? If not, why not?
Hedvig Pollumae and Elisabeth Ehrstein – Yes, of course. It was a really good learning experience while meeting with new amazing people.
Ian Christian Tammepõld – Yes. 100% would recommend it to friends. It’s a great experience. You can see the world, meet new people and learn about important topics.
Vladislav Virtonen – Definitely! Mobility projects is an incredible way to get connections, new friends, gain unforgettable experiences, see new places, analyze differences and bring new knowledge home.
Every youth exchange gives memories, positive emotions and a Youth Pass, which is useful when applying to a college, university or job.
Simon Trumsi – Yes because the experience was just so awesome that I will definitely remember it all my life and everyone should also have this experience.
- More comments or anything else you would like to share? You can add here in your own language, if you want!
Hedvig Pollumae and Elisabeth Ehrstein – We are really thankful for the experience.
Vladislav Virtonen – NYH is a door to a different world, world of opportunities which broadens your horizons. It can be a great boost for you being active. If you hesitate to take part or not – I suggest you to do it. Have no doubt, it can be one-in-a-lifetime experience.
Simon Trumsi – Just can´t wait to join more of these projects!
This Project was financed by European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme