The project will take place from 30 June to 7 July.
The European Projects Office of Altea Town Council, EuroAltea, forms its new team for the mobility in Molfetta, Italy called “Bridge the Gap”.
This mobility was organised to take place before the pandemic by COVID19, however, with the improvement of the health situation it has been launched. This mobility will give the opportunity to 5 young people from Altea, Ona Menaches, Lara Baltasar, Carmen Fernández, Sulian Gras and Jorge Estévez who, together with the project leader Arthur Barrau, will visit Molfetta, Italy.
This project is part of the Erasmus+ programme, and will take place from 30 June to 7 July. The young people will learn about inclusion, equality and environment together with young people from Norway, Armenia and Italy through non-formal education.
Participants will enjoy non-formal learning where they will learn how to protect the environment, gain cultural experiences from the different partner countries, improve communication between participants and improve their English, as well as get to know and share new experiences and cultures with young people from the different partner countries.