2012.04 Youth Exchange "Maximum energy, minimum power"
The theme of this exchange was finding the best ways of using the natural energy resources for each participant country. It was based on describing the energy politics and finding ways to improve them...
|Name: Maximum energy, minimum power||Duration: 28 April- 5 May 2012||Location: Kemer, Turkey|
|Organizers:||Supporters: Youth in Action Programme (Action 1.1)|
|Romanian participants: Robert Tanase (M - Team Leader); Silvia Danciu (F); Ana Maria Pavel (F); Cosmin Buliga (M); Ionut Cosmin Surdu (M); Adriana Andrei (F).|
especially for our own country but for all the others also. This was made through workshops, open discussions, educational games, formal visits to well-known politicians, studying different kinds of power plants and spending one day at a natural reservoir.
This project has been a life changer. Some of us have been in a youth exchange for the first time, so it left a strong mark on our minds and even hearts. It was very fulfilling as it kept us occupied all the time with different kinds of activities. We had the great opportunity of knowing people from five other countries: Turkey, Greece, Latvia, Italy and Poland. Without any doubt, all the participants were memorable and it was worth while getting to know them.
We have learnt so many new things about the natural resources of all the other nations but also about our own as we had to do lots of research before going there. We wanted our presentation to be well documented. All the workshops and visits we did have helped us develop our social skills and English skills also. In some moments we managed to get along perfectly even without using words, so a great bond was created. We are also grateful for the Turkish food. It is delicious and it has unique flavors.
Overall, the project was awesome. It felt great to be there every single moment. We managed to stay a united team. The organizers praised us for being punctual and reliable every step of the way. This youth exchange was flawless and we are looking forward to the next one! (Robert Tanase)