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November

Torremolinos, Spain

7-13th
November

EUnique

This training course will use non formal learning methodology including methods such as: ice breakers, energizers, name games, reflection groups, working into intercultural subgroups, facilitated discussion, creative presentations, simulation, case study, and debates. The project will involve 14 participants, 2 for each of the Partner Countries and 4 for Spain between 18-35 years old. The project is implemented by 6 organisations and financed by the European Commission through Erasmus+ programme.

The aim of this training course is to raise awareness about the interculutral challenges that our society faces nowadays. Also, it’s intended to equip the participants with new skills in terms of interpersonal communication and networking.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the whole project’s general objectives are:

– to improve foreign language competences;

– to promote participation in democratic life in Europe and partner countries, in the labour market, active citizenship, inter-cultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity;

– to increase motivation for taking part in non-formal education;

– to foster social inclusion and the active participation of young people in society;

– to promote European citizenship’s values;

– to foster quality improvements in youth field;

– to enhance further cooperation;

– to promote mobility and capacity building.

December

Zakopane, Poland

1-8th
December

NEETworker

 The main goal of this project is to provide a space for 14 organisations from
Erasmus+ programme and partner countries  to establish new partnerships and
exchange good practices in the field of social inclusion (focusing on young
people in NEET situation).

Through this training course we would like to offer you the space for exchange, inspiration and creation: 

• Exchanging good practices and also the struggles from your professional practice with youth 

• Getting inspired by each other from what we do and how 

• Creating new partnerships and new international initiatives in the frame of Erasmus +,addressing especially NEET youth. 

We would also like to present closer the idea of Erasmus + projects to the ones who are not very familiar with the concept. The methods used in the project will be based on non-formal methodology: discussions, simulation games, open space technology, role-plays, drama and any others. A detailed timetable of activities can be found in the separate document. The activities listed will be explained further on the first day of the training course.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the whole project’s general objectives are:

– to promote mobility and capacity building;

– to encourage team-work, building a solid network and to foster cooperation;

– to identify challenges that NEET young people face in the daily life;

– to share specific tools and insights for a gender-sensitive approach to human rights education and youth work; 

– to examine different expressions of NEET youth generation;

– to train youth workers on raising awareness on the issue and, as a result, to mobilize and involve more young people and youth leaders in the society

Essen, Germany

2-9th
December

Gender +

This training course will be based on non-formal education methodology, i.e. experiential learning, practical workshops, working in small groups and in plenary, open discussions, simulations, role plays, etc. It will promote the values of human rights, recognition, acceptance, active tolerance, respect for human dignity, peaceful resolution of conflicts and solidarity.

Youth workers and youth leaders have an important role to play in the promotion of gender equality and prevention of gender-based violence. The training course “Gender+” is a result of collaboration of youth workers from 13 EU and neighboring countries. We believe that working with gender is a competence area that can and should be developed. It begins with youth workers and youth activists working with themselves and requires reflecting on attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and behaviour that a person brings to youth work. Our project aims to empower youth workers to question their personal gender assumptions, to apply gender dimension to their youth work and youth activities, and to contribute to more inclusive and gender just societies through non-formal education methods.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the whole project’s general objectives are:

– to promote mobility and capacity building.

– to compare how gender norms may differ according to context; 

– to encourage reflection on gender assumptions that we may be not aware of; 

– to identify challenges young people face in relation to gender equality; 

– o share specific tools and insights for a gender-sensitive approach to human rights education and youth work; 

– to examine different expressions of gender-based violence in youth contexts; 

– to train youth workers on raising awareness on the issue and, as a result, to mobilize and involve more young people in the prevention of gender-based violence;

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