in association with SEIKLEJATE VENNASKOND

Τίτλος : Training Course “ABC for Inclusion”

Τόπος : Vardi, (Viljandi County), Estonia

Ημερομηνίες : 1 εώς 10 Νοεμβρίου 2018

Συμμετέχοντες : 3 άτομα 18 – 35 ετών

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Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

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ΠΕΡΙΓΡΑΦΗ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ

Training course "ABC for Inclusion" in will bring together 30 youth workers and youth leaders from 9 different countries to Estonia. Duration of the project will be 10 days (+ one extra travel day). During those 10 days we will use non-formal learning methods to discuss the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities, create strategies for better inclusion, discuss possibilities how to include more and how to better reach these young people with fewer opportunities. During the 10 days we will also actively work on breaking the stereotypes youth workers might have about youth with fewer opportunities and will reach an understanding of how to recognize intolerance and stereotyping in our own behav-iour and how to be a good role model for young people through your own behaviour and tolerance. We will share good practices we have in the group of youth workers about inclusion and tolerance.

The main aim of the project is to give participating youth workers nessecary skills, knowledge and attitudes to work with and include young people with fewer opportunities and create a role model form the youth worker for tolerance and inclusion.
Concrete objectives are:
- Participating youth workers can include young people with fewer opportunities to youth work using created strategies and good examples gained during the project;
- Youth workers participating know how to prepare a workshop for young people with fewer opportunities and have gained a practical experience with carrying out a workshop;
- Participating youth workers can recognise stereotyping and prejudices in their behaviour, know how to avoid stereotyping and are a role model for youth with their tolerance;
- Participants have gained a practical experience with young people with fewer opportunities and know how to implement this experience in the realities of their own communtities;
- Participants have shared and learned from good examples of the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities in other participating countries and know how to implement these practices in their local communities;
- Participants have gained personal contact with young people with fewer opportuntities, have placed themselves in the shoes of these young people, can relate to the obsticles these young people face and therefore can have tolerant attitude towards young people with fewer opportuntities;
- Participating organisations have created strategies they will deliberatley use to include more young people with fewer opportunities;
- Participating organisations have created a newtwork of organisatsions that works towards the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities and shares good practices in the field;
- During the project participants will carry our 7 workshops for at least 20 young people with fewer opportunities, reaching at least 140 young people with fewer opportunities and including them in youth-work
- As follow-up activity organisations will carry out workshops for at least 30 young people in their communities, which will include at least 270 young people with fewer opportunities to youth-work
All working methods will be non-formal: such as teamwork, role-plays, study visits, case studies etc.

Participating countries: Portugal, Romania, Spain, Italy, France, Poland, Greece, Hungary, Estonia

Venue:  Kivi Guesthouse

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