Distance and hygiene rules have caused serious cuts in youth work across Europe and change both the cultural offerings of the youth cultural institutions and the work with the young people themselves.
ARABIC CITY CODES
Celebrating International Arabic language Day on18th of December Arabic Culture Forum together with Institute of Asian and Transcultural Studies of Vilnius University, organizes a virtual lecture-discussion - "Arabic City Codes" within the framework of Arabic Culture days festival.
THE MIDDLE EAST AT YOUR SCHOOL
“The Middle East at your school” is an educational project for schools aimed at promoting intercultural communication between children and young people. The development of intercultural dialogue and the knowledge of other cultures in the modern world of globalization are becoming unavoidable.
WORLD ARABIC LANGUAGE DAY
World Arabic Language Day is observed annually on the 18th of December. First established by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2010, the day celebrates the Arabic language and promotes cultural diversity.
ARABIC CULTURE DAYS 2017
In the face of today‘s challenges, global connectivity goes hand in hand with large-scale fragmentation. Our aspiration to explore, understand and accept the differences is being suppressed by misleading information and unfounded fears.
PROJECT "INTEGRATION THROUGHT YOUTH WORK"
This is part of the strategic partnership project "Together: Refugees and Youth" funded by the European Union's Erasmus + program. In July - October, 2016, the research on refugee integration through youth work and arising challenges & opportunities was conducted.