International mobility has a costly impact on the environment due to frequent travelling. ESN aims at reducing this impact by organising greener activities and by raising awareness among international students.
The goal of this event is to make people more aware of the relation between eating meat and wasting water. There is a big problem that is called ''global warming'' in the world which effect most of the human, plants and animals. We wanted to give information about this topic and start a challenge to not eat meat for a week and save some water.
Promote social impact of international students by walking dogs from a dos shelter. This also helps to keep an active way of life, as it gives the opportunity to walk for a few hours and also to run with the dogs.
The aim of the activity was to put in contact the Erasmus students with pupils from high school; doing so we want to highlight the benefits of carrying out part of the studies abroad, contribute to the development of intercultural competences, spread the idea of an innovative type of learning based on direct contact with different realities, making young people aware of European diversity as a resource to take advantage of and prevent xenophobia.