The EU Treasure Hunt project included partner organizations from 6 European countries: UK, Cyprus, Austria, Spain, Italy, Slovenia. Its purpose was to motivate and encourage the openness of European borders and increase opportunities for active participation in transnational mobility within the specific target group of young adults. It targets at vulnerable young adults mostly aged 15 to 25 years who are dropouts, have learning disabilities, experiences with social exclusion and/or have been disadvantaged in some other way. It also included those from minority ethnic groups whose major aim was integration and communication.
The working methods were diverse and active, assuring the satisfaction of various needs of the learners and partner organizations involved, such as: workshops, learning-by-doing, small group discussions, field work, project research, photo material, audio-video presentation, etc.
The main aim of the project is the mobilization and motivation of young adult to overcome their own educational or personal limitations in the field of transnational and multicultural cooperation.
Young adults took an active role in the common multicultural planning, preparation, execution, promotion and evaluation of activities in the field of Cultural treasures in accordance with their interests, needs and abilities.
Learners develop an activity plan for each of the 4 Cultural treasure sub-themes (Arts and Crafts treasures; History treasures, Architecture treasures and Culinary treasures). With the help of their mentors the young adults of each partner organisation prepared all material needed for the presentations at the transnational meetings. In this way, they take over responsibilities, gain more self-confidence and acquire positive learning experience.
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