SMIT "CREATOR" members were participating in a YE titled W.A.T.E.R co-ordinated by AEGEE-Ogre and held in Latvia.

Project's"Water Ain't That Easily Renewable" (WATER) main aim is to raise awareness about water as a decreasing resource and problems concerning water (pollution, insufficiency, expensiveness etc.). During the project 30 young people will be living in different locations to look at these problems from different angles. Through different ecological workshops, discussions and other activities they will get new knowledge about this topic and afterwards, using different tools like exhibition, posters, booklets and short films they will distribute gathered information about water to society in all of the partner countries.

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    Mateusz Górecki (Monday, 20 January 2014 18:22)

    WATER project, as the name suggests, based on the issues related to water activities. While a number of workshops and simulation participants were able to create new knowledge, improve existing social practices and participate in the creation of new links in the structures of dialogue. Within a few days, to a large extent realized that water as a finite resource plays an important role in our communities, which is why you need to make every effort to reduce the risks associated with the use of poor and / or pollution. The project also contributed to the overall increase European awareness among young participants.

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    Kandra Holliman (Tuesday, 31 January 2017 12:30)

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