Great days in Sweden, by Eric Ehses

I am very grateful for being part of the Erasmus+ project Camp Democracy in Gavleborg. I have not been part of the project from the beginning. A member of the German delegation cancelled its participation. Therefore, I decided more or less spontaneously to take this place. This was a really…

Four Countries – Four Mentalities, by Alice Schmidt

It was a great honor and pleasure for me to take part in the ERASMUS+ Project Camp Democracy. My personal perspective was especially influenced by the different delegation’s mentalities. The participants were still very individual and had their own personality. However, all delegations had special characteristics which helped me to…

Travelous experience, by Oliver Spriestersbach

There are so many amazing moments waiting for you when you take part of one of those international erasmus+ projects. Exciting moments, strange moments,  instructive moments, and many more. Maybe you’ve recognized yourself in one of those situations. Maybe you have experienced all of them. But in case you haven’t,…

Europe without phobias, by Stamatis Psaroudakis

Camp Democracy has been an incredible journey for me. As an Erasmus+ program it promotes informal education through interesting techniques. It is a diverse course with delegates from Sweden, Germany, Greece and Romania. The international team we created broke all stereotypes that exist in our societies. Together we developed projects…

What is Camp Democracy for me?, by Ivi Karra

It’ s the people. I still remember the first time landing in Rhodes’ airport and wondering what  would happen during the camp. Right now, already being in Sweden, I still feel I made the right decision when applying for this project. It’ s impressive how people, coming from all over…

Building Europe together, by Marie Bornickel

When I am watching the news on TV something strange happens to me during the last months regularly. I feel frightened. I have been concerned about political topics since I attended my first social sciences class in school. But during the last month, the concerns has turned into something new….

What I learned on Camp Democracy, by Angela Salden

When I decided to apply for Camp Democracy, I didn’t really know what it might be about. I just had a rough guess about it. But right now, what turned out, it is really great! We got to know each other in Rhodes, Greece, and spent about one week together….

Testimonial, by Andrei Alexandru Micu

Camp Democracy has been since the beginning an edible simulation of the EU life both in the Balkan Rhodian Island and Scandinavian Glantan plant. The atmosphere of perpetual debate on how each of the 4 countries (Germany, Greece, Romania and Sweden) do perceive the most recent problems the EU and…

Half road to a better future… by Melania Radulescu

I will start my presentation by remembering the moment when I saw the application form, I filled in and then I received one of the best news of being part in this team.The first country was Greece and everything was quite fine… I appreciated the time that we spent together,…