in association with EgyüttHató Egyesület / Association Co-Efficient

Τίτλος : Youth Exchange «SexEd2: Flowers, Bees and Other Taboos»

Τόπος : Gyongyos, Hungary

Ημερομηνίες :  εώς 9 Αυγούστου 2021

Συμμετέχοντες : 4 άτομα 18 εώς 25 ετών και 1 άτομο (leader) εώς 35 ετών.

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Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

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This project has been created by the desire to raise awareness regarding the situation and role of the sexual education among youngsters. We want to carry it out in order to show that sexuality should not be anymore a taboo topic among society in general and youngsters in particular.

This project will bring together partici-pants coming from countries with deficient sexual education policies and practices, such as Romania, Poland, Greece, Portugal, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hungary.

Program aims to increase participants’ level of knowledge and awareness regarding the issue of the sexual education and their own sexuality acceptance.

The program is customized in such a way, that the young people not only would take part actively in the sessions, but also they would prepare and present 1-2 activities by themselves on the spot.
The main point of this program is to sensitize the teenager and young adult groups about the role of the a proper sexuality education in order to promote a healthy, safe and pleasant sexual life among youngsters and the rest of the society.
In the same time, we aim to encourage participants to spread the knowledge through different peer-to-peer activities which will be discussed during the program, but organized as a follow-up in participants’ home countries.

About sexual education
Sexual education helps people gain the information, skills and motivation to make healthy decisions about sex and sexuality.
It is high quality teaching and learning about a broad variety of topics related to sex and sexuality, exploring values and beliefs about those topics and gaining the skills that are needed to navigate relationships and manage one’s own sexual health.
By providing good quality and peer-to-peer sexual education in the society, all members benefit, such as:
- better understanding of sexual/gender minorities in the society,
- lower number of sexually transmitted disease’s infected,
- less early pregnancies and many others.
During the youth exchange, you will be learn-ing about sexual education, human anatomy, sexual hygiene, contraception, sexual and gender identification and discrimination, as well as EU and national law frames on sex and sexual education policies.

What will I learn?
The participants will learn about:
- Human anatomy,
- Sexuality,
- Gender,
- Sexual education in the EU,
- Sexual transmitted infections and diseases,

As well as:
- How to talk about these topics with other youngsters?
- How to organize short peer-to-peer education?
- How to manage local activities?

The participants will develop in the following areas:
- overcoming prejudices and stereotypes,
- leadership skills,
- organizational skills,
- communication and presentation skills,
- sense of initiative,
- interpersonal flexibility
- cooperation and tolerance
- result-oriented planning and execution
- ability to evaluate
- critical and solution-oriented way of thinking
- ability to react adequately
- intercultural communication
- multicultural attitude
- conversational use of English.


Participating countries: Romania, Poland, Greece, Portugal, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hungary

Venue: Gyongyosi Sportfolio Kft. Matra-fured


Covid-19 Safety Rules:

Please note that according to the restrictions from Hungarian government, at the moment (but being in effect most of the time in last 10 months), foreigners “shall not enter Hungary” (, with few exceptions—business purpose travelling being one of them.
Therefore, we will send you the document stating that you are entering Hungary on business purpose, which you should show to the authority while entering Hungary.
You don’t need to provide negative PCR test and you will not have to be in 10-day self-isolation according to law.
Since the government doesn’t require nega-tive PCR test, in order to assure maximum COVID protection measures for participants, we will agree on how to make sure everyone is safe up-on arrival to the venue.
Participants will have to respect all the other COVID protection rules defined by the state. However, we would like to emphasise that there will be more participants in one room and, as we use non-formal education methods, it won’t be possible to keep physical distance during the whole program.

For those who will need a PCR/antigen/rapid test to return to their home country, the hosting organization will use the remainder of the travel allowance to cover at least part of the cost of the test for those who need.

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