Sharing Learning from the Past with Youth in Europe
The Learning from the Past (LFTP) team is delighted to announce that we have been awarded funding from the Erasmus+ KA1 Learning Mobility programme by the Polish National Agency.
‘Sharing Learning from the Past in Youth Work’ will involve bringing together volunteers from six countries involved in LFTP to share best practice, visit the final LFTP ‘Living Museum’ exhibition taking place in the UK and strengthen our capacities as a network to develop heritage projects with young people. This will include the creation of joint ‘manifesto for heritage work with European youth.’
This new project will be coordinated by Youth Development and Integration Association STRIM from Krakow, Poland; the mobility will be hosted in June 2020 by Global Link Development Education Centre in Lancaster, UK. The timing of the project this year coincides with the 100th anniversary of the birth of the League of Nations, the forerunner to the United Nations, reminding us how important it is now, as in the past, for people across Europe to work together to promote peace and international cooperation.