Forming the leaders of tomorrow
The presentations included, among others, Sofia Corradi, an ideologue of the Erasmus program
ALBA MORENO CÁCERES 7/29/2017
Yesterday was the closing ceremony of the YUSTE program, an initiative funded by the Erasmus + funds that brought together 45 young people from Spain, Germany, Portugal and Italy in an inclusive exchange to train “the peaceful leaders of tomorrow”. As explained Marcelo Muriel, coordinator of the activity.
The program has been based on four fundamental points: Europe, peace, the inclusion of people with disabilities and the problem of immigration. During the ten days that the camp has lasted, there have been workshops that, under playful and fun dynamics, have worked the development of multiple intelligences, work in values, the pursuit of mission and vision, work in Equipment and emotional intelligence among others.
The speakers included Cristina Pardo, Unesco World Youth Peace Prize, Sergio Bravo, volunteer in the refugee camps of Greece, Carlos Palma, founder of the Living Peace project and Sofía Corradi, an ideologue of the program Erasmus.