Annual Report 2019- Ekvalis

Association for Educational Development EKVALIS through the 2019 Annual Report highlights: Educational programs Trainings and workshops Membership and public actions Networking, international affiliations and partnership activities in 2019 At the end of the report, we have made a provisional engagement in numbers and we are proud to announce than in…

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CMS Stand Together in Solidarity

In December of 2019, a youth worker from Ekvalis went on a contact making seminar “Stand Together In Solidarity” to Rocca Monfina , Italy with the goal to expand partnerships with in Erasmus+. Attending the CMS were 30 participants from 14 different countries (Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Belgium, The Netherlands,…

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Stand Together In Solidarity

In October of 2019, two participants from Ekvalis went on a study visit “Stand Together In Solidarity” to Durres, Albania with the goal to expand their knowledge about Erasmus+ and EVS/ESC's. Attending the study visit were participants from 10 countries (Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Turkey, Spain, Italy,…

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Positive Eco Change Leaders

In the period of July 8th to July 16th, EKVALIS had 6 young adults travel to Kudowa-Zdroj, Poland to represent North Macedonia in the topic of zero waste, global warming and ecology. 5 different countries participated in this project (North Macedonia, Italy, Lithuania, Croatia and Poland), bringing the total of…

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Panel discussion “Does education create active or servile citizens?”

Association for educational development “Ekvalis”, on 21.12.2019 (Saturday) organized the panel discussion  "Does education create active or servile citizens" as the second part of the opening of the new Ekvalis office. The topics of discussion included the limited right to protest on Friday's high school boycott about air pollution, the…

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