in association with Youth Work Association

Τίτλος : Training Course «Virtual Reality: Extremism and Radicalization»

Τόπος : Istanbul, Turkey

Ημερομηνίες : 4 έως 11 Μαΐου 2020

Συμμετέχοντες : 3 άτομα 18 εώς 35 ετών

Καλύπτεται το 100% των εξόδων μετακίνησης εώς 275 ευρώ και το 100% διαμονής διατροφής.

Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)

Δηλώσεις συμμετοχής έως την ΠΕΜΠΤΗ 27 ΦΕΒΡΟΥΑΡΙΟΥ

 

 

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ΠΕΡΙΓΡΑΦΗ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ

Devastating terrorist attacks in Europe and Turkey in 2015
16 have increased concern at levels of extremism, including violent extremism.
The EU’s Terrorism Situation and Trend Report of 2015 referred to ‘unprecedented’ numbers of people going from Europe to Syria and Iraq to
become involved in armed conflict. Meanwhile, right wing extremist violence remains a significant threat to security across European states
and Turkey.

Governments, policymakers and young people themselves are all concerned to deter young people from becoming involved in extremism,
especially violent extremism. The Paris Declaration issued by the Council of the European Union in 2015 noted the rise of ext rem ism in
European society and expressed commitment to upholding fundamental values including respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy,
equality, the rule of law and human rights. It emphasized the role of education, along with the need for co operation across the EU’s member
states, to ensure that, ‘Children and young people acquire social, civic and intercultural competences, by promoting democrat ic values and
fundamental rights, social inclusion and non discrimination, as well as active citizenship.’
The training course aims to enable participants to increase their understanding in this area and explore the role of youth wo
rk in response.


The training course’s objectives are to:
- identify and understand the causes of extremism and radicalization;
- recognize the importance of dialogue on the concept of citizenship and to explore questions of identity, including religious and political
beliefs;
- equip participants with the ability to identify those most at risk and with tools to respond to different levels of extremism and
radicalization;
- design and implement activities using the Erasmus+ framework to help young people at risk from extremism and radicalization.

 

Participating countries: Turkey, Italy, France, Germany, Serbia, Portugal, Greece, Spain, Lithuania

Venue: Park Hotel Polonezköy

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