Fekete Sereg Youth Association
8291 Nagyvázsony, Petőfi u. 2. - Hungary
Tel/Fax.: +36-88-264-464
E-mail: info@fekete-sereg.hu

Tax number: 18926198-1-19

Bank account: 73200017-10002371-00000000

LEMON Meeting in Pau

The last week of September it was the first meeting of our LEMON Network in Pau (France). This Netwrok strated to work together ...

Let’s catch the wind – Conference Summary

Last weekend was special in the life of Fekete Sereg Youth Association because for the very first time we organized an ...
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December 2018
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Comp-Pass experiences in Hungary

Fekete Sereg Youth Association implemented the Comp-Pass project’s local workshops in January 2018, in Nagyvázsony where the Hungarian ...

Let`s play Deusi!

We had plenty of chance to join celebrations in Nepal since there are so many of them that one can`t even keep them in mind. During the festival ...

After 3 months in Okhaldhunga (Nepal)

So here we go. Midterm evaluation in Kathmandu. Tomorrow we are heading back again to our sweet home in Okhaldhunga (yes we kind of feel home now and ...

24 young Europeans chosen to head to South America

Fekete Sereg Youth Association after 4 years coordinating a new challeging project the YO SE project have selected their volunteers to head to South America this summer! 8 Hungarian 8 Spanish volunteers, 8 French volunteers, and volunteers have been chosen to undertake short-term EVS projects in Colombia (La Corporación para el Desarollo Regional CDR), Paraguay (Puente sur Paraguay) and Uruguay (Centro de Estudios Paysandú CEP) over the course of July and August. Cazalla Intercultural (Spain), Pistes-Solidaires (France) and Fekete Sereg (Hungary) will then host 6 young Colombians, Uruguayans, and Paraguayans later this summer and autumn from our South American partners. The selection process concluded this month, and our 24 young people are now practising their Spanish and packing their bags, getting ready for long flights and enriching experiences! YO SE (Youth Opportunities in Social Economy) is a project through which the European and South American partners can share in the concept of social and solidarity economy. Best practices will be shared within the organisations and among local communities, and the EVS exchange is part of this. The young Europeans heading out to the other side of the Atlantic will start their pre-departure training in June; this training will prepare them for the experiences they will have this summer, and will help them get the most out of their volunteering. They are all very excited to go! Watch this space for more information about how they get on, and about the young South Americans that we will shortly be welcoming to Europe! Kandikó Rita