Youth exchange participants could try urban treasure hunt
On 15 May, the Green Sun Association team from the Pedagogical High School Bod Péter in Târgu Secuiesc organized an exciting exploratory tour of the town of guilds for several hours for participants of the Erasmus+ project "Don't bully me, be my partner" who came from Hungary, Portugal, Turkey and from the local area. In the urban treasure hunt, the five registered international teams of 9 to 10 people explored some of the main sights of the area on foot, independently, without a guide, with detailed descriptions and a camera.
The Mid Term meeting of ESC volunteers
The Mid Term meeting allows volunteers to reflect on their experience so far, share their challenges and achievements, and plan their next steps. From 2023. April 25-29 the meeting took place in a small city, Târgu Jiu known for its stunning parks and green spaces. Me, Mariam Evanesyan and the other Armenian ESC volunteer Alik Mazmanyan also joined the meeting.
The “ESC Times” newspaper of 2023
Ladies and gentlemen, today, we have a lot of exciting news to share with you all, so let's get started. We are announcing the first edition of the “ESC Times” newspaper of this year. The outhors of the newspaper are ESC volunteers of GSA, Mariam Evanesyan & Soso Tkhlashidze.
DigiON - final conference
The final international conference of the DigiON partnership project took place in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana from 17-19 March 2023. The DigiON project, in cooperation with teachers from Italy, Slovenia and Transylvania (Romania), promotes the safe and responsible use of digital technology among primary school pupils.
In our fast-paced daily lives, we tend to neglect our bodies, constantly coming across the term healthy lifestyle and its more or less credible ambassadors. For fourteen years, we at the Green Sun Association have not only been promoting, but also demonstrating to children, young people and adults, through daily programmes, why it is important to move and lead a healthy lifestyle. That is why two years ago we were delighted to be approached by Benjamin Tomažič, head of Inštitut Integrum in Slovenia, to work together on the DigiON partnership project.