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Title of the Project
Different Language, Common Home, Common Goal
Brief description
The project is about integration of Russian-speaking young people into the Estonian society by offering the opportunity to have a say in the youth parliament. The youth parliament sessions have been organised by an NGO called Active Estonian Youth.

Coordinator:

MTÜ Tegusad Noored, TEN

Mari Tiidus

Tallinn

Tel: +372 58 03 8047

mari.tiidus@ten.ee
Country
Estonia
Year
2009
Target Language
Estonian
Sector
School Education
Further Information

THE INITIATIVE PROMOTER’S PERSPECTIVE

Background

Active Estonian Youth http://www.ten.ee
is an agency cooperating with the European Youth parliament. It takes part in organising sessions of the EYP in Estonia and other countries, which cover a wide range of issues relevant for the young people

Objectives

The project aimed at involving the Russian speaking young people of Estonia in participating in activities of the Active Estonian Youth organization( European Youth parliament sessions)

Approach

The project focused on preparing Russian and Estonian young people for taking part in the sessions of the Youth Parliament

Why the European Language Label?

promoting international awareness and active citizenship

Activities following the award of the European Language Label

not visible on publicly visited sites ( YEP and its representative agency in Estonia TEN ( only in Estonian)

Assessment of the Impact of the European Language Label

Not visible publicly

Recommendations for future applicants for the ELL

make use of publicly accessible dissemination channels

THE NELLIP NETWORK’S PERSPECTIVE

Consistency with European Policies in the field of Language Learning

Promoting international awareness and active citizenship

Consistency with European, National and yearly priorities

responds to the national priorities ( Russian population in Estonia)

THE NATIONAL AGENCY’S PERSPECTIVE

Motivations

Good practice in promoting intercultural awareness and cooperation

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21 December 2014

Audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project

An audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project has been created and made available in the Information section of the NELLIP portal. To access the presentation please click here: http://nellip.pixel-online.org/IF_intro.php.