S.T.O.P. Violence — Portugal

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Programme: ERASMUS+: Youth, Key Action 1: multi-phase project consisting of a training course (TC) and a youth exchange (YE)

TC dates: 14—19 November 2021

YE dates: 13—20 December 2021

Venue: Braga, Portugal

National team size for the TC:

National team size for the YE: 4+1 group leader

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Participating countries: Portugal, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Slovakia, Malta

 

Hosting organisation: ADOLESCERE – ASSOCIAÇÃO DE APOIO À CRIANÇA E AO ADOLESCENTE

Project description:

The Project “S.T.O.P. Violence”, is a project or- ganized by Adolescere, has as its main topic the Violence in Schools. Designed to be funded by the Erasmus+ program, with two activities, first a Training Course between 14th and 19th November 2021 and a youth exchange between 13th and 20th December 2021.

The Project “S.T.O.P. Violence” has as its main objective the creation of an awareness campaign and best practices guide against the violence in all the areas connected to schools, since bullying, familiar violence, violence relationships, etc.

Our objective is to make participants, from different European countries, think together and develop materials to make Europe think about this topic. In this way, the project will promote the participants, in a first moment, the creation of knowledge and methods of this topic to, in a second moment, develop sessions and visits to schools to implement the results of the first activity.

We intend to make an impact at a personal level, giving them the tools to increase re-sponsible citizenship while disseminating it in their own cities and turn them active and alive, being actively cooperative to their community.

The activities are always arranged in a non-formal learning perspective, participatory methodologies that enable participants to learn in a practical and reflective way. These activities also propose the development of civic, social, creativity and teamwork skills among young Europeans of different nationalities and different cultures.

The importance of sharing information and education among participants of different realities and scenarios, as well as the exchange of experiences among the partner associations should be mentioned. Group leader’s profile (relevant for the youth exchange):

  • To be highly interested in the topic and an active participaction
  • To have fluent level of English.

Participant profile for the youth exchange:

  • Be interested in the topic.
  • To be open to learn more about the topic.
  • Aged between 18-30 years old + Team Leader with no age limit. (youth exchange)
  • Aged between 18-30 years old. (training course)

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