Noortevahetus "Communication" Inglismaal
The first day's communication workshop was organized by Estonians. As the project was still in the early stages, we decided to carry out various communication games in order to melt the ice and get to know each other better. The next day organized by Turkey took place in the same rhythm, just the tasks required a bit more thinking and deepening.The Lithuanians conducted religious-related conversations that were interesting and added to the whole project. They also prepared a presentation on each other's misunderstanding and related activities. With the Czechs, we learned to create our own logo, in other languages, and even meditated to communicate with ourselves.In addition to the workshops, we also had trips. We were summoned to the Penny Appeal for the Muslim charity, which hosted a movie theater, and then funded the construction of mosques and donated to those in need. As our host was Deputy Mayor of Rochdale, we spent one whole day at Rochdale. We had the opportunity to meet with the mayor, the chairman of the city council and a Member of Parliament.Because the program was not very tangible, we were given a lot of free time. To Oldham, where we stopped, we could get some tricks and the city began to change completely. However, in the middle of the project, we had a completely free day where we could discover the distant places. Most came to Manchester, with its attractions and shopping opportunities.Unfortunately, the project was not the best organized. The action plan was considered on a rolling basis, we did nothing very productive and lacked sophisticated discussions.