New steps for a bright future

In the context of developing the "Youth Program" of National Scouts Association of Moldova from 9 to March 10 it is organized the second session of work on its creation.

The team was formed of the experts in the sphere of psychology, health education, children's rights and and promoting sport among young people; scout leaders, representatives of Eurasia WSB Support Center (Iurie Emilian- Regional Director, Nikolai Akatov- Director of Strategic Planning and Internal Regulations, Doina Postica- Director of Youth Programme & Adult Resources) and executive board of the association. Given event is part of the Project "Messengers of Peace" "Scout Update".

After examining the homework, which consisted in presenting the research on the expectations of young people from different age groups, was followed by brainstorming sessions and group work on challenges that the modern society throws to young people today. It was a discussion on the youth approaches to periodization development of physical-psychological childhood to become active citizens. It was developed a model of age section and the age group for youth programs for NSAMoldova.

Perseverance keeps the group focused. And the will to create a necessary product for the young generation and all our society.

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Project Period

Started On
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Ended On
Friday, March 10, 2017

Número de participantes

21

Horas de servicio

399
Geolocation

Topics

Youth Programme
Adults in Scouting
Better World Framework
Good Governance
Global Support Assessment Tool

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