in association with World-Our Home

Τίτλος : Seminar “Youth work for youth development”

Τόπος : Rezekne, Latvia

Ημερομηνίες : 7 εώς 13 Μαρτίου 2018

Συμμετέχοντες : 2 άτομα 18 – 35 ετών

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Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

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The main AIM of the seminar is to gather youth workers to discuss and exchange the experience in youth work and Erasmus + programme and its impact to the personal, socio-educational and professional development of young people and European society nowadays. Youth work is an important element for youth development. It can result in a range of positive outcomes for young people which enable them to develop skills and competences in a diverse range of areas, strengthen their network and social capital, change particular behaviors, build positive relationships. For more than 30 years the European youth and mobility programmes have promoted European values, as participation in democratic life, active citizenship, intercultural dialogue, social inclusion, tolerance and solidarity among young people around Europe and beyond. Since their very beginning, these programmes have provided young people with opportunities to work on issues of political and social importance, in an effort to engage them as makers of the changes which they want to see in their local communities, national societies and Europe. But now we see that over the last decade Europe has experienced unprecedented political challenges: an economic and financial crisis that has negatively impacted on European young people, the threat of violent extremism, terrorist attacks, growing intolerance, racism and xenophobia. Young people are losing their belief in peaceful Europe. Racism, xenophobia and intolerance between different nationalities are raising more and more, especially after recent terrorist attacks in Europe. Youth organisations and youth work play a very important role in reducing xenophobia, intolerance and racism among young people. Youth work can affect the lives of young people and in non-formal way guide them to the right direction in their lives. During this seminar different non-formal educational methods will be used: discussions, presentations, round table discussions, games, team work, practical exercises, intercultural evening, study visits in order to contribute non-formal learning process.

Participating countries: Bulgaria, France, Italy, FYROM, Turkey, Spain, Romania, Croatia, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Malta

Venue: Hotel LATGALE

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