We are ASUL: a young and dynamic European association.
ASUL : University Latin-American Association (in french: Association Universitaire latino-américaine) is a non-profit organization aiming to:
- Cooperate for the integration and awareness of the different cultures present in the university, national and international reality, in particular Latin American and Spanish-speaking countries.
- Encourage social, economic and cultural development through academic, national and international co-operation, particularly in Latin American and Spanish-speaking countries.
- Establish partnerships with other national and international associations and organizations operating in the same field of development and cooperation.
The strength of this association? We are located in the heart of the European institutions and we have a strong network of contacts within universities and diplomatic representations.
Training Course “Stop Hate”
Malaga-Torremolinos 4th-11th November, 2019
Report, team Hungary
From the 4th to the 11th of November we had the opportunity to take part in the training course STOP HATE in the Spanish city Torremolinos that aimed to equip youth workers with the skills and knowledge necessary to develop practical tools and counter-arguments to online hate speech which they can use in work with young people. It was an Erasmus+ KA1 training course, so all the activities were done through the methods of non-formal education (for example role plays, simulations, acting…).
Our sending organization (ICRP Budapest – Institute for Cultural Relations Policy) helped us to plan our travel and the hosting organization ASUL (Association Universitaire Latino-Américaine) organized our stay in Málaga. The project involved 24 participants between 18-35 years old representing Belgium, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Hungary and Romania, but the participants came basically from all over the world.
We are extremely happy to announce our last approved project and the Kick Off meeting has been organized in Estonia!
With commitment and adequate resources, youth organisations have the potential to make the most effective transformation of the world into a better place for all.Thus, Youth Workers 4 Global Goals (YW4GG) is an initiative that aims to activate youth workers to contribute towards the achievement of the SDGs. YW4GG through a complete cycle of raising awareness of SDGs, use of ICT tools, training course, job shadowing and evaluating will allow youth workers to identify entry-points in working with youth around the SDGs and contribute to the achievement of SDGs in the sphere of youth involvement. YW4GG will strength and empower the Europe-Latin America cooperation in this field.By using non-formal education methodology and youth-approach techniques, YW4GG will build the capacity of seven youth organizations, encouraging youth initiatives and youth inclusion by promoting democratic life in alignment of SDGs theme.
Very happy to announce the realization of the Kick-Off meeting in Parnu of our KA2 Erasmus+ project. During this meeting we introduced our-self formally and discover more about our amazing partners. moreover, we decided with them about the main organizational guidelines for the next months of this project.
Keep you posted on the next main news! #Staytuned
Final transnational project meeting of Entrepreneurship Plus strategic partnership project in Brussels happened 14 December 2019. One of the main project outcomes will be a digital guide about the future prospects of entrepreneurial education that will be published in spring 2020.
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Thank you again for organizing this project, it was very eye-opening, and made strong human connections across Europe possible.
Our experience in Torremolinos was very interesting, we had the opportunity to spend very intense days full of different activities which helped us discover the city, the people, and Europe that are increasingly attentive to the issues of integration and education. Incredibly, we managed to create an environment of complicity in a few days.
In Torremolinos, we were happy to be able to share our personal experience with other guys from different cultural backgrounds. Without any doubt, it was an experience that enriched us, allowing us to get “out of the box” and learn about new dynamics. The beauty of this project was the fact that the participants came from different European cities and this led us to live a unique training experience together.