In 2023 from 26th of August till 6th of September 30 participants from six countries across Europe - Latvia, Spain, Poland, North Macedonia, Croatia and Estonia - came together for a Youth exchange “Last Chance for Fauna and Flora” in Jelgava, Latvia. The main goals of the project are to develop young people's lifelong learning competences, to provide new knowledge and skills, to teach creative learning methods, which can be used to draw attention to the topic of fauna and flora, to develop themselves, to improve young people's teamwork skills, to teach young people various methods that can be used in everyday life which later they can share with others so they can improve situation in Europe and most importantly raise awareness of what we should do and what to avoid in order to preserve nature.
Participants had different activities like games, activities related to fauna and flora, discussions to find solutions to help our problem with endangered species, debates, flashmob and orienteering in Jelgava, hike on Ķemeru bog, they engaged in activities involving various means of artistic expression, such as dance, theater, music, and others. They spent as much time as possible outdoors to find out more about nature. Participants in mixed groups made videos about fauna and flora. Also each country had its intercultural evening where they introduced others to their country, traditions, flags, traditional outfits, songs and even dances..
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