Csermely Association works actively in building partnerships and creating mobility projects for VET students within the Visegrad Fund program. Supporting joint networking and educational activities to link companies, non-governmental organizations and schools in the Visegrad Four countries is the main aim of our projects under the program.
We all agree that Visegrad countries have a high potential that is not fully utilized. Cultural and historical similarities can better promote the region’s cooperation and create advantages for the different sectors, from the economy to the education field. With the decision-makers inclusion, our joint aim is to promote innovative solutions related to educational methods, the cooperation between this and the business sector, civil society engagement, and management practices.
In our last project, “Increasing Mobility between the V4 States”, we organized a series of conferences to gather V4 countries schools, NGO and SME representatives. The first event was held in Wroclaw between 04-06 October 2019, then in Szeged between 11-13 October 2019.
Our partner organizations are professionals who work and implement projects in the framework of the Erasmus + program, with a particular focus on the mobilities for VET students.
Our main project partner:
Czechia – Genesis
Poland – Move and Develop Foundation (MODE)
Slovakia – Mládez za Údolie Bodvy
Csermely Association is active in the frame of the Erasmus+ program, and in particular it is organising Youth Exchanges and Training courses.
Our projects focus on environmental education, innovative learning methods, capacity building, exchange of good practices, training for youth workers.
Our past project
R3 Tree –Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Our first youth exchange was selected as a good practice in the field. R3 Tree was a 6-day multilateral youth exchange, which took place in Hungary on October 22-29, 2018. It was implemented with the participation of six countries (Hungary, Estonia, Spain, Georgia, Moldova and Armenia), thirty young people aged 18-25 and six group leaders. The R3 Tree project helped young people learn more about resource management, i.e. reducing production, reusing and reusing products, while getting to know and better understand different cultures, values, expectations, behaviors and communication.
As a second edition of our previous project R3 Tree, R5 Tree’s aim is to discover more about R5 – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse, Recover (Upcycle)- principles in resource management in their communities while we better understand different cultures, their values, expectations, behavior, and communication.
The art of peace education – Competence development for peace educators
The project is based on the assumption that young people as members of modern European societies need to learn how to address societal conflicts and tensions in order to contribute to the peaceful transformation of those societal challenges.
This, peace education is not only a form of education that is needed in so-called conflict areas but a necessary form of education in all communities to ensure human rights protection, nonviolence and participation as fundamental principles of societal life.
Project as participant organisation
YW-All Different – All Equal: Evaluating social inclusion in European youth projects
Follow the Crops, for your health
BAZZZOOKA! – an international training course on how to enhance the dissemination and visibility of youth projects, their impact and results
Csermely Association organises trips and one day excursions in nature. Let’s explore together!