“Navigate by compass”
Asukoht: Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania
Toimumise aeg: 18.09.2019 – 26.09.2019
Saatvaks organisatsiooniks on Avatud Ühiskond MTÜ. Koolituse eesmärk on tuua kokku üliõpilased, noored, vabatahtlikud, õpetajad, õppejõud, koolitajad, õpipoisid, noorsootöötajad, ja haridustöötajad, et arutada ühiselt kuidas parandada mitteformaalse hariduse kvaliteeti läbi efektiivsemate töömeetodite. Õpirände jooksul keskendutakse teemafookusena noorte radikaliseerumisele ja inimõiguste kaitsmisele. Osaleja peab olema vähemalt 18 aastane ning vanuse ülempiir puudub.
Õpiränne on üheks programmi Euroopa Noored kandvaks ja arendavaks jõuks, sest selle kaudu kujundatakse tulevikku silmas pidades noorsootöö kvaliteeti. See toimub peamiselt läbi rahvusvahelise kogemustevahetuse ning noorsootöötajate täiendkoolituse, aga ka rahvusvaheliste võrgustike ja partnerlussuhete arengu toetamise. Noorsootöötajate õpirände kaudu edendatakse väga erinevaid tegevusvorme – alates diskussioonidest Euroopa noorsoopoliitika päevakorralistel teemadel ja lõpetades konkreetsete projektide teostuseks vajalike partnerlussuhete arendamisega.
Noorsootöötajate osalus õpirändes panustab samuti organisatsiooni tegevussuutlikkuse arengusse.
Aastal 2018 pööratakse Erasmus+ programmis erilist tähelepanu noorsootöötajate pädevuste arendamisele ja meetodite jagamisele, mis aitavad edasi anda meie ühiskonna põhiväärtusi ja ära hoida noorte radikaliseerumist.
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General information and description of the project
The training course “Navigate by compass” is on 18-26 September 2019 Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania, including four team members from Estonia.
SIC Feszt association: is a non-governmental organization founded in 2007 at the initiative of youth NGO leaders from our county. In our region, there are more than 50 youth NGOs registered, but there is no NGO that is making programs, trainings for the leaders of the youth NGOs. OUR association is organizing large programs, regional programs where it involves the leaders of the youth NGO-s, but also the local youth policy representatives. In the last few years we organized more programs, that had at the base the dialogue between youth policymakers and youth NGO-s: Youth Leaders Conference, Youth days of Covasna county. Our biggest project every year is the SIC Feszt, which is the biggest youth festival in the region. Also in the past years, we have organized several Erasmus projects.
The overall aim of this project is to equip youth workers, youth leaders with the appropriate competencies for implementing high-quality workshops in local youth work activities and international youth exchange projects within the frame of human rights education in order to prevent radicalisation of young people. Participants will be aware of the topic of migration and practice activities for the protection of human rights of young people and foster a critical way of thinking. To enable them to multiply human rights in their settings and local environments by using COMPASS Manual of Council of Europe.
The objectives make this aim more specific:
- To provide information about the COMPASS Human Rights Educational Manual of Council of Europe, especially about mission of it, to enable using it in practise based on the needs of different target groups in order to prevent radicalism of young people and promote human rights of young people, especially young people with refugees and/or immigrants background;
- To develop an understanding of the educational approach in human rights projects regarding to the topic of
- To develop an understanding about aspects of active youth participation and critical way of thinking through methods of non-formal education offered by COMPASS Human Rights Educational Manual of Council of
- To develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes of youth workers, youth leaders to prepare, run and evaluate human rights workshops locally and during international youth exchanges on migration in order to prevent radicalisation of young
- To offer the opportunity to meet partner groups and develop concrete ideas for future projects within human rights education with special focus on migration and prevent radicalisation of young people
Learning objectives and needs of the training course are:
The project will be based on human rights education, methods will be used from COMPASS Human Rights Manual of Council of Europe and adapted to the needs and experiences of participants. All methods will be learner-centred and participatory. Experienced international trainers’ team will provide experiential learning and cooperative learning methods for participants and participants will get a chance to prepare, run and evaluate human rights workshops on preventing radicalisation of their target groups. Through that, they will improve their youth workers’ skills and learn more about the topic of migration.
– Theoretical parts of the training course will be:
– Introduction of COMPASS Human Rights Manual of Council of Europe and other educational resources from the Partnership and Council of Europe;
– Reasons and types of migration;
– Identification of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people (IDPs);
– Protecting of human rights of migrants: international instruments and mechanism;
– Youth exchanges according to the proposals of Erasmus+ programme.
– Practical parts of the training course will be:
– Preparing, running and evaluating human rights workshops on preventing radicalisation of young people locally and European level;
– Inventing youth exchanges on migration issues and preventing radicalisation of
Experienced trainers will prepare the methods based on the expectations and needs of the participants. They will provide participatory and creative methods which will ensure the participation of experienced and less experienced participants. Some methods we will plan to use: individual, pair and mixed group work, drawings, montage/collage, group discussions, brainstorming, role play, methods’ market, preparing a booklet, visit to good practice project, idea and project development, etc.
Who can participate in the training course:
✓ Youth workers, youth leaders who directly work with young people with different cultural backgrounds e.g. refugees, migrants, foreign kids, young people coming home from othercountries, minorities, Roma young people, etc.
✓ Youth workers, youth leaders who have already run at least one international youth project experience, preferably youth exchange, or were already group leaders in youth exchange;
✓ Having organisational support to further cooperation;
✓ Open to recognise own stereotypes and prejudices and work on these;
✓ Willing to adapt intercultural education into their youth work realities based on the needs of their target groups;
✓ Ready to take part in the whole project;
✓ To be able to communicate English language.
The Erasmus + Programme will cover 100% of the accommodation, food and activities and will reimburse 100% of the travel costs for the participants – up to 275 euros. It is recommended to have a disposal for small expenses. Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions. Please fill in this form to apply and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch: email@example.com. There is no participation fee.
Participants will receive a “Youthpass” certificate which describes and validates the non-formal and informal learning experience gained during the project, to be attached to the CV.
Registration deadline: As soon as possible