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Presentation to the Royal Society of Arts (RSA)

Following a very successful conference in April Andrew Hadley (Momentum World's CEO) was invited to do a pitch for support to the RSA Fellows at the Royal Society of Arts in London. This was his pitch to a very interested audience and the results have been very...

 READ THE LATEST REPORTS FROM TIME FOR TEA PROJECTS

Project with young people - Donetsk, Ukraine  So we have been very busy in the Ukraine, here is a short report about my first Time For Tea activity. I am planning to do more small-scaled projects but this is the first one, to allow me to get a little...

Time For Tea Presentation – Ukraine

  ​Yesterday evening the presentation of T4T project was done for a new group of 9 young people who are members of Teens in Action club and volunteers of Care in Action NGO. All participants got interested in taking part in it and already got 3 topics...

Team Two – Group Photos

After a few weeks the team photo has eventually turned up. Great memories with great people - see you changemakers in April 2018 - in the meantime make some tea Magic happen

Time For Tea Launch – Romania

On Thursday, the 16th of November Technical College Buzau has officially launched “TIME FOR TEA” project. We presented the project to our guests and we had some presentations from our students. Student Rotaru Vlad presented to the Head of the County Board...

Active & Creative Club, Plovdiv Bulgaria

Active & Creative Club, Plovdiv Bulgaria First introduction of Time4Tea Project to the participants in the "Active&Creative" Club in the English Language School in Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

Critical thinking and creativity

ENGLISH "Time for Tea" training course in October 2017 first of all provoked my critical thinking and creativity. At the time of workshops and sesssions lots of incredible ideas have been shared and interpreted in such an innovative and creative way later...

Boosting the Creativity in 3 Days

Boosting the Creativity in 3 Days “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” Aristotle During our daily lives, we work to make a living. This imposes a significant number of limits on our creative...

Review of the week from Jordan

JORDAN Hello - my Name is Aya Arab. I am from Jordan. It was my first time that i came to UK to participate in Erasmus Plus Project called (Time For Tea). I really liked and inspired by this project and will tell why and how it was. At the beginning, i...

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