YE” Social Justice Club” – 3-9 December 2023, Druskininkai, Lithuania

Dates: 3-9 December 2023

Place: Druskininkai, Lithuania

About the project:

Join us in this journey to the depths of the concept of social justice! What is it, where does it come from, what does it mean in practice, and how do we apply it in real life? Even though the idea of social justice appears everywhere, from political discourses to philosophy to conversations with a neighbor, it is not always easy to define what it actually means. In this project, we will get to the very core of the concept, learning about how it came to represent different things for different people, how it guides so many of our ideals and how to turn it into an effective drive for building a better society. Join us for this exchange in Lithuania to spend a week with 25 participants from five different countries and explore what social justive means to us.

Participant profile:

Young people interested in learning more about social justice. In order
to be eligible for participation, you must:

-Be 18- 30 years old.

-Be a resident in one of the partner countries (Lithuania, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain).

-Have good English skills.

-Be in possession of a European Health Insurance Card or equivalent.

-Agree to the rules & terms of the project as detailed in the learning contract and sign and send it on time.

Participating countries:

Lithuania, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Greece

Accomodation and Transport:

The exchange will be held in the the modern rural tourism complex Bilso Sodyba, located in the Lithuanian resort city of Druskininkai. The participants will stay in non-mixed, 3-5 people bedrooms. The venue is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Dzukija – beautiful forest and is next to a lake. For more information about the venue you can check their website

Accommodation in Druskininkai will be provided by the project organizers from November 2nd. Dinner will also be provided on that day.

You can stay in Lithuania for up to two extra days before and after the project. In case you want to visit Lithuania or if the itinerary suits you better this way, you can come up to two days before the beginning of the exchange and/or stay up to two days after its end. Accommodation and food will not be provided by the project organizers on those days, but travel costs will still be reimbursed.


Travel costs: The travel from your hometown to Druskininkai and back
is covered by the project budget up to a limit. This limit is set by the
Erasmus+ Programme rules and calculated using the Erasmus+
Distance Calculator tool. Maximum travel budgets are:


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