Evropské centrum mládeže Břeclav
Evropské centrum mládeže Břeclav

Zahraniční projekty - chystané

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

Enterprise 101 - Turecko
25. 9. 2019

Get Your Own Picture - Turecko
26. 9. 2019

Say 'Stop Violence' through Sport - 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

Facilitation for All - Arménie
5. 10. 2019

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

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

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

More Mosaic 4 All - part II - Ukrajina
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

Eco-Citizen - Portugalsko
21. 10. 2019

#GetUpStandUp - Kypr
24. 10. 2019

(EU)nited for Active Citizenship - ACT+ - Německo
29. 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

Volunteering from A to Z: Volunteers' Management - Bulharsko
11. 11. 2019

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

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

Game ON! - Estonsko
12. 11. 2019

Dance Your Ability - Francie
12. 11. 2019

Get On the Stage for Social Inclusion - Kypr
18. 11. 2019

No More Silence to Violence - Turecko
23. 11. 2019

From Trash to Cash - Rumunsko
4. 12. 2019

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

You(th)r Goals - Itálie
30. 3. 2020

#GetUpStandUp - Kypr
24. 10. 2019

Termín konání: 24.-30. říjen

Místo konání: Pedoulas village, Kypr

Počet volných míst: 2. Přihlašování do: 19. září.   

Program a akce: program Europe for CitizensStrand 1 "European Remembrance"tréninkový kurz

Tento projekt je součástí dlouhodobého projektu #GetUpStandUp. Kick-off meeting proběhl v říjnu na Kypru a více si o něm můžete přečíst zde. Kromě kick-off meetingu také proběhla v ČR intervence (17. listopadu 2018 na pochodu v centru Brna) a veřejná debata zorganizovaná Tmelníkem v Brně (duben 2019). V červnu také proběhl pod taktovkou italské organizace tréninkový kurz, o kterém se dozvíte více zde. V září v Litomyšli proběhne další tréninkový kurz zorganizovaný Tmelníkem - více se dozvíte zde.

Pročtěte si info-packProsím zamyslete se, jak do tohoto projektu zapadáte vy. Pokud máte zájem se na tento tréninkový kurz přihlásit, prosím odešlete vyplněnou přihlášku do 19. září (vč.)

Pro to, abyste se na tento projekt přihlásili je nutné, abyste vlastnili nejen občanský průkaz (který musíte mít ze zákona), ale také platný cestovní pas (s platností min. ještě 150 dní od datumu začátku vámi vybraného projektu)

 

V rámci programu Europe for Citizens 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 €360 (v případě tohoto projektu) z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět. 

 

Věkový limit: 18+

 

Účastnící-se zeměCyprus, Germany, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic and Poland

 

Hostitelská organizace: YEU Cyprus

Popis projektu:

#GetUpStandUp is a long term project by the European Commission under the “Europe for Citizens” Programme, Strand 1 – European Remembrance.
#GetUpStandUp surrounds itself with influential European protests – 1968 Protest and civil rights movements, the invasion to Czechoslovakia, the student protests and anti-Semitic campaign in Poland, the 1989 Democratic revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe and the fall of the Berlin wall – in order to raise awareness of their significance, use them as examples to stimulate debate and finally utilize them as means of reflection and comparison on their
nature and their influence on contemporary protests as well.

#1 Public Intervention
It aims to engage bystanders into discussions on previous and current civil rights movements and the distribution of human rights and collect opinion.

#2 Public Debate
It focuses on the distribution of human rights on a local level and the comparison of past and present human rights advocacy

#3 Structure Dialogue
It provides a discussion among participants and the production of policy papers with recommendations on effective tools to maximise civil engagement in advocacy and a more democratic participation.

#4 International Training Course

It examines the theory and practice of human rights advocacy in the EU. Based on non-formal education, it is aiming to inspire the participants to actively engage in the subject of civil participation across Europe

Aim of this training course:
The TC will examine the theory and practices of human rights advocacy in the EU focusing on the previous mentioned time period and
today. During the TC participants will be engaged in practical tools for peace and conflict analysis and they will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge for human rights activism and social change.

Objectives of this training course:

  • To equip youth workers with the basic concept of advocacy and its connection to human rights and active citizenship;
  • To enhance the skills of youth workers in adopting non-violent ways of advocacy for human rights in their everyday lives
  • Further strengthen the ability to act and react to human rights violations and support to human rights activist groups.

The training course has been designed with the goal to build up the capacity of youth workers from Europe to constructively engage conflicts and injustices in their communities by raising awareness and advocating for change. Building on the diverse history of human rights advocacy and activism in Europe, participants will learn to use basic human rights and conflict transformation tools to analyse and dissect situations they encounter so that they can then conceptualise creative, nonviolent responses before conceptualising strategies to make their campaigns effective. Based on the understanding that it is not a lack of interest that keeps the majority of us from engaging injustice, but rather a feeling of not knowing how and where to start, the training course seeks to empower anybody that is willing to stand up not only for their own rights, but also the human rights of others.

Participants' profile:

  • 3 youth workers, youth leaders or activists per organisation aged 18+
  • Preferably participation in any of the previous activities, especially the Structure Dialogue Conference
  • Basic knowledge on human rights education or advocacy
  • Desire to explore advocacy and human rights awareness and violation in European Union
  • Interest in exploring non-formal education techniques


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