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8-16 JULY 2022

Ramava, Latvia

Youth Exchange - "Upgrade your financial knowledge"


Participants from Portugal, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Spain


Financial literacy is a core life skill for participating in modern society. Children and youth are growing up in an increasingly complex world
where they will eventually need to take charge of their own financial future.

 European surveys show that young adults have amongst the lowest levels of financial literacy. This is reflected by their general inability to
choose the right financial products and often a lack of interest in undertaking sound financial planning. Even from an early age, children need to develop the skills to help choose between different career and education options and manage any discretionary funds they may have, whether from allowances or part-time jobs. Other than a lack of financial literacy, a lot of people have a fear of money. It is often believed that being rich means being a bad person
or that money is a source of evil. On the other hand, there’s a widespread myth that money is an exclusive condition to access an amazing education, start a business or make a trip around the world. Limiting beliefs are creating a lot of obstacles to lead a prosperous life. We intend to show that one does not need a lot of money to have a great education, travel the world, or establish a company. We will be talking about what it means to be mentally rich, that this is a specific mindset plus a set of financial skills.


September 11 – 19, 2019

Riga, Latvia

Youth Exchange: Train Your Digit Brain


Participants from Latvia, Russia, Romania and Portugal.

Humanity digitalize more and more. Work, entertainment, communication are transited to online platforms. Objectives of the project:

Explore the concepts of digitalization and media asceticism;

Learn ways of being more conscious in online life;

Discover effective ways to use digital instruments in various life spheres;

Develop the guides of healthy digitalization and gadget usage.