in association with CROP (Topola)

Τίτλος : «Fundraising in youth work for inclusion and acceptance of diversity in Europe»

Τόπος : Mali Iđoš, Serbia

Ημερομηνίες : 13 εώς 21 Νοεμβρίου 2017

Συμμετέχοντες : 2 άτομα 18 εώς 35 ετών

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Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

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The training course “Fundraising in youth work for inclusion and acceptance of diversity in Europe” will be held in Mali Iđoš, Vojvodina, Serbia, 13-21. November 2017.
The main themes of the project are focused on raising European awareness of the realities and possibilities for more inclusive society in the anti-discrimination youth projects with marginalised groups, against social exclusion. The whole project is aimed to sustain social actors/activities with different needed information about funding possibilities, but also with skills in quality (financial) management of the creative inclusion projects.

- To motivate and empower youth workers for active promotion of combating social exclusion in their activities by respecting values and principles of European youth work for inclusion/diversity and proposed solutions and recommendations for challenges in their project management and fundraising
- To empower youth workers in fundraising and grant application writing for working with marginalised groups, and thus through their work encourage quality exchange between mainstream young people and the ones from marginalised groups
- To allow for exchange of practices among youth workers from different countries/communities on various aspects and perceptions of marginalisation and inclusion, different insights and perceptions about youth work with marginalised groups and values in those work
- To empower youth workers in understanding and using Erasmus+ and other EU Programmes for their youth work for inclusion and developing their skills in grant application writing for working with marginalised groups within the programmes
- To build capacity and increase knowledge management of the youth organisations regarding empowering their youth workers for quality, consistent and effective fundraising from various sources of funding available and through different offline and online tools
- To develop more projects and activities, on local level and within the Erasmus+ and other EU programmes, that are aimed at raising young people's awareness of everyone’s responsibility in tackling discrimination and marginalisation as well as at promoting the acceptance of diversity and inclusion of groups with fewer opportunities.

Participating countries: Serbia, Belgium, Kosovo*, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Albania, Montenegro, FYROM, Slovenia and Italy

Venue: Katai

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