This camp is a great experience and opportunity for learning for up to 45 young people aged 11-15years old. As a model of good practice in promoting intercultural learning, it has been chosen by the European Parliament office in Dublin as the Irish nominee for the European Union Charlemagne Youth Prize.

The purpose of the camp is to promote integration among young people through intercultural learning and fun activity to take place in the beautiful setting of West Donegal Adventure Centre, Áras Ghleann Cholm Cille, Co Donegal.

The goals of the camp are to-

* Expose young people from diverse backgrounds to each other in a safe environment
* To acknowledge diversity whether it is cultural, linguistic, religious or other and to explore differences in a positive way
* To break down social barriers, which may prevent positive interaction
* To empower young people by enhancing their communication skills and allowing them to engage in community building exercises

More information and full feedback about the camp from those who attended last year, is available on and it is also possible to book online. We are also available to visit your school to deliver anti-racism education with young people.
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