Youth-en

Many of our activities encourage the participation and mobility of young people, seek to get to know the olive tree culture in all its dimensions and to promote dialogue between young people from different countries and cultures.

AIESEC INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERISM - UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS & ‘ROUTES OF THE OLIVE TREE”

In 2019, the “Routes of the Olive Tree” Foundation hosted 8 volunteers from Italy, Spain, China, India, Canada, United States. to develop a digital enhancement program for cultural routes. This mission was carried out in the framework of a cooperation agreement with AIESEC and the University of Piraeus and the next mission is scheduled for October 2020.

HOSTING POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS IN MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPES & CULTURAL PROGRAMS

In 2019, postgraduate students from the University of Dijon (France) specializing in 'Cultural Project Management' and the potential of Erasmus Mundus Dynamics of Cultural Landscapes and Heritage Management and the Jean Monnet University Consortium of Saint Etienne (France) University of Tomar (Portugal), the Museum of Natural History of Paris (France) and the University of Federico II in Naples (Italy) have teamed up with “Routes of the Olive Tree’s” team to expand the OTRoutes Network.
Three more postgraduate students in tourism management and cultural heritage promotion (Master 1 & 2, University of Sorbonne, Panthéon Paris 1, France) and in International Law (Master 2, University of Clermont - Auvergne - Clermont Ferrand, France) are expected in Kalamata to co-operate with our team from February to October 2020.

EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

An activity that allows young people to:

  • gain insights into the subject of olive oil, the culture and production of olive oil, its history and its importance in nutrition
  • familiarize themselves with the presence of olive oil and table olives in their school canteen and learn to ask for it
  • appreciate traditional flavours and integrate them into their daily lives and seek them everywhere, at school, at home, on a stroll

The most successful of our activities that fall into this category are "Scholatsio" (Greece) and "Bimboil" (Italy).

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