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Evropské centrum mládeže Břeclav

Zahraniční projekty - chystané

Effective Communication for You(th) - Slovensko
23. 8. 2019

E+ for Environment - Řecko
1. 9. 2019

Cyber Equality - Chorvatsko
2. 9. 2019

Sports for Inclusion - Lotyšsko
3. 9. 2019

Smart Up Inclusion - Francie
5. 9. 2019

Visualise the Invisible - Irsko
6. 9. 2019

European Photosynthesis - Portugalsko
8. 9. 2019

Activism Explosion - Polsko
8. 9. 2019

Youth Vision: A New Perspective on Intercultural Learning - Lotyšsko
9. 9. 2019

You(TH) Decide - Polsko
12. 9. 2019

#GetUpStandUp - Česká Republika
14. 9. 2019

Activism Collectivity and Auto Organisanisation on Board - Francie
23. 9. 2019

Enterprise 101 - Turecko
25. 9. 2019

Say 'Stop Violence' through Sport - Turecko
26. 9. 2019

Get Your Own Picture - Turecko
26. 9. 2019

Empowering Minorities - A project to improve practices for work with minorities - part 4 - study visit - Makedonie
30. 9. 2019

We Know Our Rights - Slovinsko
1. 10. 2019

Growing Up: Sustainable Tools for a Healthy Lifestyle - Itálie
8. 10. 2019

Get Your Own Picture 2 - Turecko
10. 10. 2019

More Mosaic 4 All - part II - Ukrajina
12. 10. 2019

The Road to Success of Future Leaders - Bulharsko
12. 10. 2019

A Youth's Journey to Politics - Rakousko
14. 10. 2019

The Art of Visuals - Chorvatsko
14. 10. 2019

Volunteerism vs. Voluntourism - Rumunsko
16. 10. 2019

#GetUpStandUp - Kypr
24. 10. 2019

Alcohol Free - Litva
2. 11. 2019

You(th)r Culture - Litva
2. 11. 2019

Social Exclusion Fighters - Polsko
8. 11. 2019

Active Youth Work in Progress - Slovinsko
10. 11. 2019

Cooperation for Youth Exchange Development - vícefázový (I. část: listopad, Rumunsko, II. část: leden, Francie)
11. 11. 2019

Dance Your Ability - Francie
12. 11. 2019

Inspire - Social Innovation & Leadership - Dánsko
12. 11. 2019

Tell Me Why - Partnership Building Activity - Portugalsko
1. 3. 2020

You(th)r Culture - Litva
2. 11. 2019

Termín konání: 2.-9. listopad

Místo konání: Vilnius, Lithuania

Počet volných míst: 4. Přihlašování do: 1. září.   

Program a akce: program ERASMUS+, Klíčová akce 1: tréninkový kurz

Pokud máte zájem se na tento projekt přihlásit, prosím důkladně si přečtete info-pack. Prosím zamyslete se, jak do tohoto projektu zapadáte vy (viz "participants' profile" níže). Pokud máte zájem se na tento projekt přihlásit, prosím odešlete vyplněnou přihlášku do 1. září.

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V rámci programu ERASMUS+ jsou následující finanční specifika: v rámci všech projektů je kompletně (ze 100%) zajištěno jídlo, ubytování, aktivity, a to vše je zcela pokryto z fondů EU programu ERASMUS+ a zařízeno organizátory. Účastníkům dále budou proplaceny cestovní náklady (reimbursement) do max. výše €275 (v případě tohoto projektu) z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět.

 

Věkový limit pro účastníky: 18+

 

Účastnící-se země: Lithuania, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia

 

Hostitelská organizace: Innovation Office (VsI Inovaciju biuras)

Popis projektu:

Based on our researches in the local communities of our consortium, we propose a project to explore how cultural diversity can be used as a positive and powerful tool within local youth work activities and European youth exchanges by active participation of young people. To build tolerance towards cultural diversity and find common European roots throughout the active participation of young people can be a great step towards prevent radicalisation of young people. As youth workers, youth leaders we believe that we have to be able to provide equal opportunities for our diverse target groups and for the sake of local communities we have to facilitate cultural diversity workshops locally and European level where different culturally and religious young people can get to know more each others, understand their cultural differences and similarities and its’ roots and learn to accept and tolerate each others.

Based on the objectives of our partners and personal, socio-educational and professional needs of youth workers, youth leaders they work with we have set up SMART objectives of our project:

  • To raise understanding in human rights educational approaches mainly in connection with cultural diversity in order to prevent radicalisation of young people in our local communities;
  • To develop an understanding about aspects of active youth participation and critical way of thinking with elements and methods of non formal education within our youth work activities locally and European level;
  • To be aware of importance of cultural diversity in local, regional and international level and to develop skills and attitudes to motivate and actively involve our young people in human rights youth projects as preventing radicalisation of young people;
  • To develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes of ours as youth workers, youth leaders to prepare, run and evaluate a cultural diversity workshop in order to prevent radicalisation of young people locally and within youth exchanges;
  • To offer the opportunity to meet partner groups and develop concrete ideas for future projects focusing on cultural diversity and active participation of young people in order to prevent radicalisation of young people.

The methodology of the training course:

The course is designed as an open learning process based on participants’ experience and exchange. The training course will follow the non-formal education approach. A combination of the different creative and interactive methods will be used by the international trainers’ team and designed upon the profile of participants. The learning of new skills, the acquisition of knowledge and the exchange and challenge of each other’s attitude and experience are very important for this training course.

Some of the examples of methods that are going to be used in this training course:

  • individual and group activities
  • work on practical examples in a small groups
  • thematic workshops
  • role plays
  • theoretical inputs
  • discussions on follow – up and activities after this training course.

The entire course is designed as a mutual learning process in which, using diverse methods, participants can compare their approaches and experiences with youth work and Youth in Action programme. Trainers will establish a theoretical framework and common reference points for learning and communication in this course, and they will also provide a framework where participants will be able to exchange their experiences and to develop new ideas. The course methodology foresees direct involvement of the youth and youth work organisations that will be present at the training course.

 

The course programme and contents are organised to allow for the maximum participation of the group using active and participatory methods. 

Participants' profile:

  • Being older than 18 years old and there is no upper age limit;
  • Youth workers, directly working with young people, having experience of organising at least one international youth exchange project;
  • Youth leaders, having experience of organising (not just participating) at least  one international youth project;
  • Motivated to integrated human rights education in daily youth work mainly emphasis on cultural diversity and fighting against radicalisation of young people;
  • Ready to take part in the whole training course;
  • Have organizational support for further activities with young people;
  • Be able to communicate English.



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