In 2016, the association prepared a big change… It celebrated New Year’s Eve with the name Pistes Solidaires Méditerranée, but at the dawn of 2017, it will wake up changed, with a new name:
Hors Pistes !
You can consult the 2016 activity report in pdf. Below you will find a list (not exhaustive) of the main projects coordinated by the association this year:
The association Hors-Pistes coordinated the MOV’Euro project, which consisted in hosting 4 European volunteers in Marseille from April to the end of September 2016.
In 2016, the association enabled job seekers to become interns in companies abroad for three-month periods in 6 different European countries. Find the video of their preparation for departure here.
“Carte Blanche” is an intercultural exchange where young people, the theater and their voices will be the protagonists. Two groups of 10 young people, one from France and the other from Palestine, met twice and ended with a performance in Marseille.
Rec’On the Future
It is a training that took place in 2016, for 27 youth professionals from the Balkans and Western Europe. They had the opportunity to get involved in an intercultural dialogue, through the creation of short films in Prizren, Kosovo, about the city, its inhabitants, its customs and rhythms of life.
The project aims to pilot a model of engaged parrainage, innovative and sustainable for migrants aged between 16 and 25 years, over a two-year period (2015-2017). The objective is to facilitate their integration, particularly in the labor market, through parrainage. The project is supported by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ program.
Languages week in Secondary Schools
Hors Pistes, in partnership with the Var Department, wishes to promote pedagogical practices for learning foreign languages in secondary schools. In this context, we organize linguistic and cultural awareness workshops in English, German, Spanish and Italian animated by European volunteers.
Hors Pistes, in partnership with Eurocircle, has set up in 2015-2016 throughout the PACA region animation days for young people around European citizenship and intercultural dialogue; in partnership with 9 animation and non-formal education structures hosting the young people.
We have also been partners on :
The SILC project aims to promote the active participation of young people in their community. It has helped to strengthen links between associations in Europe and Asia, linking their audiences and their activities.