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Projekti nimi: Elav raamatukogu Lasnamael

Projekti etapid:
• Ettevalmistamine (Aprill-Mai)
Me (initsiatiivrühm) räägime läbi potentsiaalsete „elav raamatutega“. Registreerime raamatuid ja aitame nendel üritusi kontseptsioonist aru saada. Initsiatiivrühm valmistab kõiki küsimusi Elav raamatukogu organiseerimiseks – teeme registratsiooni Internetis raamatukogule.
Hakkame aktiivselt reklameerima üritust/avame registratsiooni Internetis elav raamtukogule kõikide meie organisatsiooni veebilehe lugejate jaoks.
Kokkutulek vabatahtlikutega ürituse korraldamiseks + DJ
Ürituse reklameerivate voldikute ettevalmistamine.
Avatud ürituse organisatsiooniliste küsimuste kokkulepped.

• Põhiüritus “Elav raamatukogu Lasnamael” 3.06.2017
Elav raamatukogu üritus Lasnamäe Huvikooli pargi platsil.

• Kokkuvõtte (Juuli-September)
Initsiatiivrühma poolt ürituse analüüs, tagasiside saamine vabatahtlikelt, lugejatelt ja raamatutelt.
Raamatute ja vabatahtlikutega lõppkohtumine.
Aruande kirjutamine ja kokkuvõtete tegemine.

Projekti eesmärk:

Siduvad suhted Lasnamäe elanikete vahel, stereotüüpilisest käitumisest ja mõtteviisist loobumine, kasutades mitteformaalse meetodi „ Elav raamatukogu“, mis käivitab erinevate ühiskonnakihtide vahelisi suhtumisi ja innustab tulevaseks koostegevuseks.

Projekti kirjeldus:

Lasnamäe on kõige suurem piirkond rahvaarvu ja kodakondsuse koguse suhtes Tallinna linnas. Selle piirkonna ühendab suur arv kogukondi, kuid kõik need suhtlemiskeeleks tihtipeale kasutavad vene keelt.
Mittekultuurse kogukonna tõttu, meedia mõjust, mis selle piirkonda elanikud saavad mitte ainult Eestist, kuid ka Venemaalt, tekkib arusaamatus, eelarvamused ja stereotüübid, mis on tavaliste inimeste vahele konfliktide põhjuseks. Selles linnaosas ei ole tavaks näha ja märgata parandžaas inimesi, tumeda nahaga või ratastoolis inimesi, kuid need elavad meie seas. Elanikud ei ole sellega harjunud ja sageli kui näevad ennast erineva inimesi lihtsalt kardavad, sest meedia tugevasti mõjub nende teadust ja mõnedel juhtudel ka peret, sõpru ja töökaaslasi.

Elav raamatukogu on väga populaarne ja kaasaegne avalike sündmuste vorm Euroopas, mis tekkis Taanis 2000. aastate alguses. Selle projekti korraldajal, kelle nimi on Anna Morozova, on kogemus sellistes projektides osalemisel ja korraldamisel nii Eestis kui ka välismaal.

Elava raamatukogu meetod aitab vabanema stereotüüpidest, mis sageli viib üksiku inimesi või terve rühma diskrimineerimisele, aitab ühiskonnas tõsta üksteisemõtmise tase kõrgemaks. Lasnamäe linaosas on suur hulk eelarvamusi, sest just selle piirkonna peetakse getoks ja just siin toimub palju vastuolusi erinevates rahvastiku kihtades.
Lasnamäes toimub palju kultuurile ja tähtpäevale pühendatud üritusi. Aga väga harva selles rajoonis korraldatakse sotsiaalse sunnitlusega avalike üritusi, mis aitaks kohalike elanikele ühenduma, rääkida avalikult ennast, oma elust ja pealiselt olla kuuldud teiste inimestega. Tähtis, et selle ürituse raames me pakkume Lasnamäe elanikele rääkida oma emakeeles – vene keeles.

Elava raamatukogu meetod aitab tuttavaks saada paljudel inimestel erisuguste gruppide esindajatega, mis kuuluvad erinevate stereotüüpide ja eelarvamusi hulka, tihti negatiivsele. Niisuguste stereotüüpide seas võivad olla erinevad usundid, seksuaalsed ja etnilised vähemused, erivajadustega inimesed, idealistid jne.
Raamatukogu „lugejaks“ võib olla iga inimene alates 13+, sest me arvame, et sellest vanusest alates on vaja ja võib kujundada oma arvamuse, laiendada silmaringi ja õppida tegema analüüse.
Raamatuks võivad olla need, kes on valmis mitte agresiivselt jagada lugejatega oma arvamust/ajalugu. Me peame silmas Lasnamäe elanikke, kes on valmis olla „elav raamatuna“ ja juhul kui nende keel ei ole vene, me oleme valmis anda vabatahtliku-tõlkijat, kes on suuteline tõlkida raamatu kõnet lugeja keelde.

Registreerimine toimub meie partnerorganisatsiooni veebilehes, kuna projekti korraldaja ja initsiatiivne rühm kuluvad sellese klubisse ja seal on suur noortearv — http://clubactive.eu/human/

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Youth Exchange (KA1) in Frames Of Erasmus+ programme.

Title: “Happy family – a fairy tale or reality?”

Project Number: 2016-1-EE01-KA105-017253

Preliminary date: 02/10/16 – 07/10/16, arrival day 01/10/16 and departure day 08/10/16

Group per country: 6+1 group leader (participants are youth people from 16-22 years old, leader 21+)

Venue: Tammispea village, suburban camp Vihasoo, Estonia

Countries: Azerbaijan, Russia, Lithuania and Estonia


Main Aim:

— To foster youth involvement in the process of research family values and traditions of different cultures through method theatre.

Objectives:

— To research family values of different countries on the base of cultural fairy-tales about the family institution.

— To improve the possibilities of international dialogue between youngsters, raising tolerance and improving attitude to traditions of their own families

— Creating friendly atmosphere, build up partnerships and cooperation (team-building activities, ice-breakers, small hikes in the Lahemaa Part, discussions)

— Self-identification, discover your past as roots and according to that build your future relationships and focus on family institution (Reflections, Youthpass as a tool for self-reflection)

— Discover yourself through theatre and how it will be related to future

— To show combined performance from 4 countries on the stage in Tallinn on the last day of activities implementation

 

That to realize our idea in action we found an opportunity to participate in “Formula 2” seminar. The active group from our theatre studio with director Janika Koppel registered to participate in the seminar “Formula – 2” and with help of international marathon and consulters we stared idea realization in frames of Erasmus+ programme.

We believe, that idea of this project is very an actual nowadays and it first of all connected to us, as youth who created this idea connected with project idea, problems and needs.

The chosen idea based on family problems and national features of families in different countries. As a method we chose theatre and making performance with traditional fairy-tales where are shown problems in family relationships. Nowadays youth do not paying enough attention to their families, backgrounds, roots and relatives. In future they could have problems when start to build own family institution.

Also, very important is to save traditions and keep cultural awareness of your mother country. That’s why we decided to discuss about this topic and see the potential influence among all of the people who belongs to the project as well among those for whom we will show our fairy-tales.

We want to carry out this idea because nowadays see that youth is forgetting about their family traditions, family roofs and doesn’t respect it’s values at all and according to that they will have problems in organizing their own families institutions and relationships. The traditions of family’s protection are very actual as it based on building the future family and helping to avoid divorces and misunderstanding. We believe that method theatre could help focus on the chosen problem more deeply and with it we will have more deep discovering process.

 

Pictures from the project you can find here — https://www.facebook.com/pg/flyingcowstudio/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1817926515144433

Pictures from the performance you can find here — https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8gRqeUjSGE0TkVfelRBcDZtS2M?usp=sharing
Video prom the project final performance — TVn — https://www.facebook.com/tvn.Estonia/videos/1174832489222768/

Interview about the project on the TC channel ETV + — http://etvpluss.err.ee/v/meelelahutus/tvoi_vecher/saated/ab42878d-b510-4433-8e68-5466408cb583/tvoy-vecher

Project Title: » Сreation is a practical way to communicate with young people of different cultures»  (In Estonian: „Kooslooming – praktiline võimalus erinevate kultuuridega noorte suhtlemiseks“)

Programme: Youth Meetings (Noortekohtumised)

Applicant: NGO Active Youth Club / NGO Active Youth Club (theater studio «Flying Cow»)

Partner: Viljandi Hobby School (Theatre Class Evestuudio)

Number of participants: 24 participants (12 young speakers Russian and 12 Estonian young speakers) + 2 leaders from each group

Age: Participants in age 11-16 years, leaders 18+

Project duration: 6 months (06.01.2015 — 01.12.2015)

 

PROJECT STAGES:

1. Preparation of the project (01.06.2015 — 09.19.2015)
Young people by themselves write small stories in prose and verse, and prepare it according to the performances.

2. The first meeting of the youth (22/09/2015 — 27/09/2015)
Kuusalu Vald, Tammispea Village, Youth Camp Vihasoo.

3. The second meeting of young people (09/10/2015 — 12/10/2015)
Voru 11, Tallinn Youth Centre Active; Last performance 11.10.2015 – Kesklinna Noortekeskus – public place.

 

4. The last step, post-project activities (12.10.2015 — 01.12.2015)
A summary of the plans for further cooperation (possible joint demonstration performances in Viljandi).

Aims and Objectives:

— To promote communication and understanding between young people of two different nationalities living in Estonia (Estonian and Russian) through the process of co-creation
— To promote mutual development of young people of different speakers in Estonia through targeted joint activities
— Involvement of Estonian-speaking and Russian-speaking young people living in Estonia in the study of culture, traditions and language of each other through drama and theater

1st meeting photos — https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.747607728701045.1073741908.285098951618594&type=3
2nd meeting photos — https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.752754024853082.1073741909.285098951618594&type=3

Article — http://www.euroopa.noored.ee/blogi/noortekohtumised/noortekohtumise-tulemusel-valmis-mitmekeelne-lavastus/

See all photos>>

Project number: 2015-1-EE01-KA105-013254

«I am no beauty queen. I am just beautiful me!!» is a multicultural Youth Exchange in which 32 participants are involved Estonia (Tallin), Estonia ( Kohila), Germany ( Duisburg, Hagen)

Date: 29.05.2015 — 03.06.2015 (28.05.2015 – arrival day, 04.06.2015 – departure day)
Group per country: 7 and 1 leader.  (age of participants 15-17 years old, Leader 18+)
Venue: Tammispea Village, Estonia (70km from Tallinn – Suburban camp Vihasoo)

The neccesaritiy to make a project about this topic appeared in our girls Club in the youth Center ( youth club active). The Volunteer from Germany who is working in our organisation leads a «girls Club» every Thursday. She gives Yoga lessons for a better understanding of the body, moreover we are talking about issues which *affect* us as girls. It turned out that the topic «beauty», and how important it is to be beautiful, raises the biggest interest among the girls. It seems to have a particular importance in different areas of our daily life.

Appallingly a lot of young girls see their *bodies* more *as* an enemy than a friend. No matter how beautiful or healthy the girls are, they *always* find something «ugly» on *themselves*, which makes them feel uncomfortable with *themselves* and limits them in different ways of their daily live. This *circumstance* makes me *incredibly* sad. Girls in the age between 15 and 18 years *of age are permanently* living with a *changing* of their body’s . *But at the same time*, nowadays the influence of the media is stronger *than* ever before. The media gives a wrong image of *what women* should look like. Advertising *and* marketing companies use Photoshop to give woman the «perfect» *appearance*, while the fashion *industry* promotes being *unhealthily* skinny. Switching on the TV or the computer, *the information which can be found there* creates a permanent influence of the wrong values a woman should care about – their outward appearance. Especially in this age *teenagers* are easily affected by that. A shockingly big amount of girls start to harm themselves psychologically or even *physically*. The number of girls who suffer from anorexia gets increasingly higher, *surgery* and body modification becomes more and more popular. Furthermore *it* is important to mention that young girls spend *almost* all their money *on* beauty products or *unnecessary* fashion. Unhealthy diets are promoted for reaching an unreachable ideal of beauty. *The time invested in this unreachable and destructive goal* should be used for *developing* the character *of oneself* to find out where their place in society is and what skills they want to reach *and cultivate* in *the* future. All *these* processes are disturbed by dealing with the feeling of being misplaced in the own body which is never «good enough».

1. The project has the aim to talk about the beauty ideal in different *countries* and to developed ideas of how to deal with the pressure the girls suffer from.
2. We need to train *the girls on* how to watch media critically and understand what a realistic image of woman’s appearance *can be* and what, *on the other hand*, is fake.
3. We will create a free room for girls where we can open this topic *up for discussion* in a save environment, just between girls in the same age.
4. We encourage them to talk about their wishes, *experiences and* problems and to find a common solution. We show them that they are not alone in that *phase*.
5. Together we will find out that «a healthy body is a good body» in which we can feel comfortable and beautiful.
6. We will also provide tools for *facing such problems* in the future and *will try and teach* how to change the attitude *towards* ourselves in bad times – so we can become friends with ourselves instead of treating the body like an enemy. 7. We will encourage the girls in their gender roles for their future plans and success.

The girls feel save in their *bodies* and will *gain* more self confidence in their daily life and their role as a woman. It would *stabilize* their role in society and makes them less vulnerable. This self confidence can be used to become an active person in the local community. It leads to entrepreneurship because it develops leading- and team working skills. -Based on our partners we create a new network between rural and city communities. Rural communities shall be included and connected to the city center. The countryside should also be seen for its advantages. Especially in Estonia where the people even speak different languages within the same country, this exchange of cultures is very important.

Второй год подряд, представителями организации MTÜ Lasnamäe Huvikool, проводится социальный проект для учеников средней школы, направленный на информирование подростков по темам: наркотики, алкоголь и табачные изделия.

Название проекта: «Знания спасают жизнь»
Организатор: MTÜ Lasnamäe Huvikool
Тренеры: Социальный работник Гусева Елена, Молодежный работник Дарья Дьяченко
Целевая группа: 6-8 класс

Цели проекта:

  • Поднять уровень знаний у учеников русскоязычных школ города Таллинн о вреде наркотических веществ, алкоголе и табачных изделий.
  • Проинформировать молодежь о местах помощи и реабилитации в Таллинне
  • Мотивировать подростков избегать употребления вредных для организма веществ

Описание: Идея тренинга пришла на основание данных исследовательских работ за последние несколько лет среди молодежи в Эстонии. В ходе этих исследований, было выявлено, что молодежь получает информацию о вредных веществах в большей степени от своих друзей, что не является объективным и не дает молодым людям реальную оценку проблемы «зависимость» и к каким последствиям в дальнейшем употребление того или иного вещества может привести. На эти темы существует много информационных материалов в печатном виде и в Интернете, но молодые люди в большинстве не знают, где искать доступный материал в Эстонии. При  чрезвычайной ситуации, они зачастую не знают, куда можно обратиться и попросить помощи.
Своим тренингом, мы стараемся донести информацию до учеников средних школ, через методы неформального обучения. Продолжительность тренинга полтора часа. У классов есть возможность выбрать тему тренинга:

Темы: 
1. Влияние наркотических веществ на молодёжь и центры реабилитации в Эстонии
2. Влияние алкогольных и табачных изделий на молодёжь, центры помощи лечения зависимостей в Эстонии

Методы, использующиеся в тренинге:
Личные знания участников тренинга
Презентации
Видео
Дискуссии
Викторины
Тематические игры
Самоанализ
Эксперименты
Тесты
Обратная связь

Брошюры к тренингу были предоставлены: Tervise Arengu Instituut

Фотографии можно найти на фейсбуке Lasnamäe Huvikool

This project has been carried out with the support of the European Community program Youth in Action.

«From Experience to Self-Evaluation» is a training course in which were involve participants from Estonia, Germany, Russia, Belarus including 1 trainer and 1 trainer’s assistant from Estonia and 1 expert from Germany. The themes of the TC are youth unemployment, self- assessment of the developing competences, recognition of the non-formal learning.

The problem: lack of competitiveness of young people without experience in the labor market.

Adjusted problem: Young people are receiving a huge store of skills in youth organizations are not able to evaluate it and transform to developing competence. Result: do not know what I can — the employer does not know too — a job not taking me.

Background: Not bringing to an employer their competence, blocked the process of recognizing non-formal education in society, as well as recognition by the employer.

Objectives:

To train youth workers on supporting personal and professional development of young people though self-evaluation process.

To understand difficulties of SA for young people, role of youth worker in the process of SA and career planning.

To learn, to create or/and find methods of SA for different target groups. To test proposed methods.

To assess own role in organization. What, why and how I will use outcomes of the TC in my usual work.

The main contents of the TC were

Opening and practicing the components of the Self-Assessment process

Implementing Youthpass in training.

The dates of the TC activities were 2.05.2011.- 7.05.2011.

 

Here you can see photos from project>>

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The project was organized in frames of programme Youth In Action with support of Estonian NA www.euroopanoored.ee

This project has been carried out with the support of the European Community program Youth in Action.

«From Experience to Self-Evaluation» is a training course in which were involve participants from Estonia, Germany, Russia, Belarus including 1 trainer and 1 trainer’s assistant from Estonia and 1 expert from Germany. The themes of the TC are youth unemployment, self- assessment of the developing competences, recognition of the non-formal learning.

The problem: lack of competitiveness of young people without experience in the labor market.

Adjusted problem: Young people are receiving a huge store of skills in youth organizations are not able to evaluate it and transform to developing competence. Result: do not know what I can — the employer does not know too — a job not taking me.

Background: Not bringing to an employer their competence, blocked the process of recognizing non-formal education in society, as well as recognition by the employer.

Objectives:

To train youth workers on supporting personal and professional development of young people though self-evaluation process.

To understand difficulties of SA for young people, role of youth worker in the process of SA and career planning.

To learn, to create or/and find methods of SA for different target groups. To test proposed methods.

To assess own role in organization. What, why and how I will use outcomes of the TC in my usual work.

 

The main contents of the TC were

Opening and practicing the components of the Self-Assessment process

Implementing Youthpass in training.

The dates of the TC activities were 2.05.2011.- 7.05.2011.

Here you can see photos from project >>

The project activities 2 / 11 / 2009 — 7/11/2009.

Participants

Estonia – Youth Center Vihasoo

Germany- THW-Jugend

Czech Republic – DYNAMA

 

„Influence of the moral values on formation of tolerant thinking” – is multiculturial Youth Exchange in which involved 28 people from Estonia, Germany, Latvia and Czech Republic.

The themes of the project are formation and development of moral values in a multicultural society, formation and development of tolerant thinking, understanding and respect of feelings and opinions of others, influence of the moral values on formation and development of tolerant thinking.

The objectives of the exchange are to define words “my moral values”, to know how define people of different age, nationalities, trades words “moral values”, formation and development of emotional and strong-willed sphere of the person: initiative, tolerance, responsibility, activity, civilisation, peaceful disposition, kindness, understanding, positive thinking. To work with various ways of the report of the information: a photo, video, article, interview, interrogation, instalation, multimedia technologies, during preparation and project realisation to allow an occasion to a maximum people which we will meet to reflect about moral values, to make a photo- video- MESSAGE and to interest people in its viewing. The organization and carrying out of exhibition Positive Thinking, formation of knowledge and ability for a life in a multicultural society (acquaintance with national cultures, national traditions).

This project has been carried out with the support of the European Community program Youth in Action.