To start, the third day at IDF Europe Youth Leadership Camp brought a new experience to us. We had an excursion in Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic and the heart of Europe too.
But first, we had an interactive workshop about Project Management. Next, we had a brief introduction to project management concepts, tools, and techniques. We were divided into groups to apply our newly gained knowledge to create our own project plan. My team had to plan an advocacy activity for World Diabetes Day. Our idea was to organize an open parliament for people with diabetes. We thought that on this parliament children, youth, adults, elderly people, and politicians should be invited. The aim of this parliament is to give a voice to every person living with diabetes.
Later, after the workshop, 4 new interesting presentations followed by Despina from Cyprus, Karolina from Poland, Christian from Russia and Zarina from Russia. Each of them had different, but inspirational stories that were worth to hear.
Exploring Prague on the third day at IDF Europe Youth Leadership Camp
Founded 12 centuries ago, Prague is a very old city. Its historical architecture provides an interesting insight into history. Without a doubt, wandering through the Old Town with its narrow streets of cobblestone seems to take you right back in time. The charming historical center and the castle area connected by the renowned Charles Bridge is one of the most beautiful places in Prague. In fact, both the castle and the bridge have earned the city the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Last, but not least, we had to think of an extraordinary flash mob to do while in Prague. In addition, I highly recommend you to watch the video below to see the result. 🙂
Finally, we enjoyed two hours of a river cruise. In my opinion, this is one of the most delightful ways to see the historical center of Prague.