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Training Course: Everyone Has a Story to Tell. Digital Storytelling for Social Inclusion

Dates: 4-12 September 2017

Venue: Armenia

Eligible are 28 participants coming from: Armenia, Austria, France, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Portugal, Russian Federation, Turkey, Ukraine

Application deadline: 31st July 2017

Erasmus+ Training Course addressed to youth workers interested in learning how to use the digital storytelling method in work with youth at risk of social exclusion

General Description

Every single human being has a unique personal history based on their experience, thoughts and feelings. To share those stories with others can be a powerful tool, changing the attitudes and inspiring both sides – those who listen to the stories and those who tell them.

The art of storytelling has been an important part of social interactions since the very birth of humanity. However, as nowadays we are being exposed to constant flood of news and data, we tend to forget how important and meaningful is to share our personal experience with others.

The digital storytelling is a concept that combines two crucial aspects – the power of creating personal narratives and our modern need to “go digital”.

The proposed Training Course aims at bringing European youth workers together and teach them what digital storytelling is and how they can use it as a tool for working with young people at risk of social exclusion. During the project the participants will go through an intensive set of workshops giving them a chance to learn how to create their own digitalized stories.

We believe that learning by doing will provide a deeper understanding of the method and therefore serve as an inspiration for creating similar projects in participants own communities.

Developing projects that are based on new methods and approaches seems to be especially important for those youth workers who are dealing with difficult social issues, as they very often lack proper and effective tools to address their beneficiaries.

Digital storytelling is a very inclusive method that can be used in various contexts and therefore we hope the skills and knowledge gained during this Training Course will help our participants to create a new quality in their everyday work with young people.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Food and accommodation is covered 100%.

We will be able to reimburse your travel costs up to the following maximum amount:

Armenia – 0 EUR
Georgia – 180 EUR

Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova – 275 EUR
Germany, Austria, Russian Federation – 360 EUR
France – 530 EUR
Portugal – 820 EUR

ICIRLD does not require any participation fee from participants.

Application

 

Organizer:

International Center for Intercultural Research, Learning and Dialogue – NGO

Phone: +995 555 66 48 14

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Kasia Kowalska

E-Mail: kasia.icirld@gmail.com

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Training Course FACE: Facilitation is Easy!

Dates: 11-18 September 2017

Venue: Vinci, Italy

Eligible are 20 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, FYROM, Portugal, Romania

Application deadline: 25th July 2017

The TC proposes methods and exercises to boost some of the Skills (Learning to learn awareness, Effective Communication, Problem Solving, Creativity, Conflict management, Designing a workshop) that a Facilitator should have.

General Description

What does a Facilitator do? Who is a Facilitator? The TC proposes methods and exercises to boost some of the Skills (Learning to learn awareness, Effective Communication, Public speaking, Problem Solving, Creativity, Conflict management, Designing a workshop) that a Facilitator should have.

A very practical learning with a session about designing a workshop and perfoming it.
20 Youth workers from 10 countries will gather n Vinci for improving their facilitation skills.

Aims:

• Provide Youth Workers with practical tools of facilitation to use with youth for raising their self-efficacy and empowering them in their personal and professional life, especially those with fewer opportunities;
• Improve youth work quality and enhance the role of youth workers and NGOs as social facilitators;
• Improve international cooperation between organisations and build of trustful long-term cooperation;
• Recognition of the educational value of NFE activities – Creation of outcomes (a daily Blog and a Booklet) to spread in order to contribute to Youth Workers empowerment.

Methodologies:

We will use non-formal tools, Videos, simulation games, Theatre exercises, experiential games, coaching and self-directed learning, taking care to provide a strong experiential impact on participants and organisations.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Travel costs will be reimbursed after the TC according to the distance band calculator, at a maximum rate of:

Portugal, Hungary, Latvia, Bulgaria, Romania, Austria, Belgium, FYROM: € 275,00
Cyprus: € 360,00

Accomodation and food are provided by the organiser for free.

No participation fee requested.

Application

 

Organizer:

Associazione Agrado – NGO

Co-organizer:

Associaçao Check-In – NGO

Phone: +39 347 6151141

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Time Schedule Facilitation is Easy.pdf

Contact for questions:

Laris Guerri

E-Mail: laris.guerri@gmail.com

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Conference: Raise your voice for tomorrow’s Europe. Forum on education for democratic citizenship with a European dimension

Dates: 13-16 November 2017

Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Eligible are 50 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countries, Western Balkan countries

Application deadline: 17th September 2017

The forum gathers various stakeholders in the field of youth to explore relevant policies and practices connected to the education for democratic citizenship with a European dimension, gain new insight on the topic and develop inspiring responses.

General Description

The attempt to advance European political integration further beyond intergovernmental cooperation leads to the question, to which extent civic identification and will for collective political action is possible at European level? Do young Europeans have opportunities to become socialized to European citizenship?

How do we understand the concept and what are the mechanisms to practice it? Is the European dimension promoted using appropriate pedagogical approaches to citizenship at national level? Further on, what is today the role of youth work in developing young people’s sense of civic engagement for Europe and current European concerns?

The aim of this forum is to promote the European dimension in education for democratic citizenship with young people and contribute to the recognition of European citizenship. The activity will gather various stakeholders –youth work practitioners and youth policy-makers, teachers, educators and activists– from the Erasmus+ Programme Countries and Partner Countries of the Western Balkan region to explore relevant policies and practices in the field, gain new insight on the topic and develop inspiring responses.

Background

Education for democratic citizenship in contemporary Europe -changing baselines:
Citizenship is a notion, which can be hard to grasp entirely. In a mere legal sense, it frames the relationship of an individual and the society through institutionalized memberships and specific rights frameworks. Looking from a broader perspective however, citizenship can be understood as a dynamic practice of societal rights in a sense of civic-mindedness, in which one takes an active role in shaping the society.

Citizenship education therefore ideally pursues a learning process, which extends beyond acknowledgement and exercise of particular civic rights and rather aims at learners’ empowerment to govern their lives and influence their surroundings through active participation. In the contemporary European context citizenship education takes a variety of forms, yet democracy remains an underlying value.

Today the conventional understanding of citizenship bound to a state has ceased to be sufficient, as the quest for recognition of universal human rights overlap national borders, and phenomena such as migration question distinct memberships and identities associated to them. “European citizenship” is one of the concepts, which has emerged to depict the global or “cosmopolitan” aspect of citizenship in Europe. The concept was first introduced in the Treaty of Maastricht on European Union in 1992 , in which it referred to the complementary rights of the citizens of European Union member states.

Today there is an increasing demand to bridge European citizenship as a passive set or civic rights in the European Union to actual practice of democratic participation in the European civil society. In the field of European youth work and youth policy the concept accordingly functions as an invitation to dialogue and action on political, social and civic matters in the European public sphere, leading also to the understanding of European citizenship beyond the political or geographical borders of the European Union.

Education for democratic citizenship as a means to respond to current challenges in European societies:

The narrative of unified Europe with common values and objectives has for long been a crucial catalyst for integration and social cohesion in Europe. However, following the recent economic and socio-political challenges, the sense of belonging and commitment has begun to unravel, evoking societal instability, political polarization and xenophobia within Europe. Specific policies in the fields of education and youth by the European Union and the Council of Europe aim at responding to these challenges.

The Paris Declaration in 2015 placed citizenship in the focus of the European Union’s education policy, whereas young people’s acquisition of social, civic and intercultural competences through education was stated as one of the primary objectives in combating the contemporary challenges. The importance of citizenship education is accordingly emphasized in the Council Resolution on “Promoting socio-economic development and inclusiveness in the EU through education: the contribution of education and training to the European Semester 2016 .”

The Erasmus+ Programme remains the key instrument of the European Union in the field of education, training and youth in achieving the related policy objectives in the European level, complementing the efforts made by the member states in the national and local levels. Further on, promoting active citizenship, young people’s democratic participation in Europe and gaining of civic and social competences have for long been important elements in the Erasmus+ Programme and its predecessors, in particular in the youth field. Addressing young people’s citizenship effectively however requires synergies across the educational sectors and policies.
Still at the European level, education plays an essential role in the promotion of the core values of the Council of Europe: democracy, human rights and the rule of law, as well as in the prevention of human rights violations.

More generally, education is increasingly seen as a defense against the rise of violence, racism, extremism, xenophobia, discrimination and intolerance. This growing awareness is reflected in the adoption of the Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education by the Organization’s 47 member states in the framework of Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)7.

The Charter is an important reference point for all those dealing with citizenship and human rights education. It is also a way of disseminating good practice and raising standards throughout Europe and beyond and it recognizes the role of non-formal education and youth organizations in promoting young people’s active citizenship and human rights.

The Charter defines “education for democratic citizenship” as education, training, awareness raising, information, practices and activities which aim, by equipping learners with knowledge, skills and understanding and developing their attitudes and behaviour, to empower them to exercise and defend their democratic rights and responsibilities in society, to value diversity and to play an active part in democratic life, with a view to the promotion and protection of democracy and the rule of law”. The main educational principles underpinning this type of education are: valuing diversity, inclusion, equal chances, respect for human dignity and life in peace.

This Forum will support the promotion and further development of the field of education for democratic citizenship. It will also introduce the training kit developed for practitioners by the partnership between the Council of Europe and the European Commission in the field of youth. Specific focus in the forum will be on exploring the current developments and future perspectives in integrating the European dimension in practices and policies of education for democratic citizenship with young people.

The aim and objectives of the activity:
The aim of the activity is to promote the European dimension in education for democratic citizenship with young people and contribute to the recognition of European citizenship.
The specific objectives are:
● To map out recent trends, developments and policy processes related to the topic of the activity;
● To provide insight and stimulate discussion related to the concept of European citizenship;
● To provide space for exchange of participants’ practices on addressing European dimension in the education for democratic citizenship, in particular through youth work and non-formal education;
● To identify challenges in approaching the European dimension in education for democratic citizenship and showcase inspiring practices and ways to address them;
● To encourage networking, new partnerships and cooperation among participants;
● To advocate for the recognition of the added value of the European dimension in education for democratic citizenship as a tool for addressing current challenges in the European societies.

Target group:
The activity will gather ca. 50 stakeholders (educators, youth workers, teachers, youth policy makers) from the Erasmus+ Programme Countries and the Partner Countries of the Western Balkans working in the context of education for democratic citizenship with young people.

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the Erasmus+ Erasmus+ Youth in Action National Agencies or SALTO Resource Centres involved in this project – except a participation fee, which varies from call to call and country to country.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action National Agency if they intend to support participants to this activity, and to learn more about the financial details (relevant only in case you are selected).

If you come from a country other than Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme Countries, please contact the organisers directly for further information about the financial details.

Application

Organizer:

SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre

Co-organizers:

Erasmus+ Youth in Action National Agencies of Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovenia

The partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth

Phone: + 386 1 430 47 47

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack Raise Your Voice.pdf

Contact for questions:

Maija Lehto

E-Mail: Maija.Lehto@mva.si

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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Training Course: What a story!

Dates: 12-20 September 2017

Venue: Kisterenye, Hungary

Eligible are 28 participants coming from: Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 6th August 2017

Do you want to explore STORYTELLING as a transformational educational method AND as a tool of promoting democratic values, inclusion, empowerment & critical thinking of young people? 8 days of storytelling for youth workers, facilitators and educators :)

General Description

Do you want to explore STORYTELLING as a transformational educational method AND as a tool of promoting democratic values, inclusion, empowerment & critical thinking of young people?

“What A Story!” is an Erasmus+ 8-day training course aimed at youth workers, facilitators and educators active in the field of youth. It is hosted by Ecoservice Foundation.

The idea for our course is born from the deep knowledge that storytelling is an incredibly powerful tool for education. It can address creativity, youth participation and employability, critical thinking and social responsibility.

Europe at the moment is facing major problems. Among these, the dis-empowerment of young people who feel marginalised from society, can’t find their place and don’t know (or forget) how to realise their potential in life.

At the same time, phenomena like hate speech and online violence are on the rise.
Also, racism, intolerance and ignorance can be greatly fueled by storytelling – as demonstrated by the strong use that every totalitarian government has done of it.

One of the needs we perceive in youthwork is to have tools to counteract those parts of the mainstream media which fuel ignorance, intolerance and fear. Therefore – by using different forms and tools based on storytelling – we want to provide youthworkers, educators and trainers with background, motivation and skills to be able to handle these negative effects, to effectively contrast them, and to build healthier and positive alternatives.

Aim:

to explore storytelling as a transformational educational method; and as a tool of promoting democratic values, inclusion, tolerance, empowerment and critical thinking of young people. We also want to introduce the power of Nature as an inspiration, as a safe background, as our strongest ally in this huge work of education.

Objectives:

– to identify and understand key elements and skills for storytelling, and explore their potential benefits for learning, personal development and employability;
– to analyze the increased impact that stories (and media) have on phenomena such as “hate speech”, intolerance and open racism.
– to explore the concept of “transformational storytelling”: using storytelling as an innovative tool to address change and personal development;
– to use elements of gamification to make youth work more attractive and accessible to young people (especially marginalised YP);
– to create an international network of youth workers and organisations, able to use storytelling to develop skills and methods and to have an innovative impact on local levels.

Working Methods:

The activities will be based on non-formal and experiential learning methodologies with a strong participant centered approach. We will offer different learning processes, founded on the principles of – among others – nature based education, the Way of Council, the narrative of the Hero’s Journey etc.

The course will have a strong experiential part. Be prepared to be challenged in some ways that can surprise you! Participants will be offered a space for trying themselves out, and there will be a space for their inputs to be incorporated in the course.

Note: what matters is the country of your residence – from where will you travel, not your nationality!

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

For more information have a look here

Accommodation and meals during the training course will be provided.

The travel costs of the participants will be refunded after the training course (after participants send all their travel documents etc.) to this maximum amounts:

Hungary: 20 EUR
Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia: 180 EUR
France, Greece, Italy, Poland, Spain, UK: 275 EUR

Participation fee: Money shouldn’t be the only obstacle against your participation!
– therefore we suggest a sliding scale from 30 to 100€ for participation fee (according to financial possibilities).

Application

Organizer:

Ökoszolgálat/Ecoservice – NGO

Phone: +36 20 416 9183

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsInfoPack What a Story.pdf

Contact for questions:

Krisztina Pásztor

E-Mail: whatastoryTC@gmail.com

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Training Course Queer it up: including Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression in Youth Work Practice

Dates: 5-10 November 2017

Venue: Mollina, Málaga, Spain

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline: 17th September 2017

This TC will provide participants with the necessary competences to include sexual orientation and gender identity in youth work practice, and to combat prejudice and discriminatory attitudes.

General Description

Queer it Up! is a 5 days European multilateral training course for youth workers. This Training Course aims to explore Sexual Identity and Gender Expression/Identity for those unfamiliar with the LGBT+ collective.

The TC will provide participants with the necessary competences to include Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression perspectives in Youth Work Practice and to combat prejudice and discriminatory attitudes.

We seek youth workers who are interested in promoting accessible and inclusive youth work, and who are committed to developing their own practice. The training course will also provide an opportunity to build relationships and to help youth workers to network with youth work practitioners from across Europe.

Methods of work

The course methodology in this training is based on experiential learning and non-formal education, in an atmosphere where participants can learn from each other (peer learning) and feel empowered to share their experiences, and critically examine their practice.

Some sessions will be worked in small groups and the theoretical topics both in plenary and small group. Spaces for participants to share experiences will be provided in order for the participants to be more actively involved in the course.

Additionally online live interviews, videos, graphic facilitation and storytelling methods and open space activities, will support the flow of the Training Course.

Objectives

-To provide the necessary competences to include a positive approach to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression in youth work practice.
-To explore the specificities and challenges of working with LGBT+ young people in Education settings and European activities.
-To look at the difficulties that LGBT+ young people face and how practitioners can became facilitators for positive change or growth.

-To provide a framework of action and a series of tools to challenge discrimination on the basis of SOGI.
-To offer a space for inquiry and personal growth of participants.
-To raise awareness and acceptance of LGBTI people across the European Union
-To reach citizens, foster diversity and non-discrimination
-To support key actors responsible to promote and advance equal rights for LGBTI people in the EU
-To use Erasmus+ programme as a tool to carry out projects that promote LGBTI Rights, Human Rights and equality.

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the NAs.

Please contact your Erasmus+ Youth in Action NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Application

Organizer:

Spanish NA – National Agency

Phone: +34

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloadsSchedule Queer it up.pdf

Contact for questions:

Pilar Fontán

E-Mail: fontangp@injuve.es

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

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Training Course – Knowledge share: video making and online content promotion

Dates: 4-12 November 2017

Venue: Bucharest, Romania

Eligible are 15 participants coming from: Bulgaria, France, Italy

Application deadline: 23rd July 2017

This youth workers training is an opportunity to learn and exchange on tools and techniques to lead video making activities with a young audience and to promote their creations online.

General Description

The motivation for this project stems from the obsevation that educators and youth workers are oftentimes confronted with counterproductive behaviors of youngsters who engage in so called “banal use of new media”.

On the other hand, it is generally accepted that youth are also capable of engaging in online types of behaviors which are extremely positive and beneficial because they stimulate personal growth.

We believe the role of educators and youth workers is to turn negative and counterproductive online behaviors into positive and constructive ones, in other words, their role is to encourage youth to use media technologies in a sensible way, notably by promoting and encouraging online information creating behaviors.

Using proven pedagogical methods, participants are taken through the process of crafting a short film and subsequently uploading the media to an online platform.

The objectives of this project are:
– provide youth workers and educators with practical tools and techniques to transform youth online behaviors into meaningful learning processes
– provide youth workers from different backgrounds with the opportunity to exchange about their experiences regarding youngsters use of media technologies
– motivate youth workers and educators to develop activities involving media technologies
– provide youth workers with ideas and strategies to combating the digital divide

As a result of the training participants will be able to:
– initiate and supervise activities for youth on collaborative digital video production and editing
– guide youth in selecting the most appropriate online video sharing platform where to upload their creations to ensure that they feel a sense of self-worth and empowerment as a result of their work
– transform youth current practices involving media technologies into learning processes
– ensure that youth engage in online content creating behaviors responsibly, that is to say, in line with copyrights restrictions, intellectual rights, etc.

The activities:
The training will include three main modules:

1) Video production and editing: we will experiment different tools for video production and editing with the purpose of creating a short video. This will provide enough material to describe the difficulties encountered in the process and think of possible solutions. Participants will subsequently work in groups to debate the pros and cons of each of the techniques discovered in view of integrating them in activities targeting youth.

2) Online content production and ethics: via games and participative activities, we will introduce different forms of creative common licences. Some examples that will be covered are the following: attribution only, attribution shareAlike, attribution no derivatives, attribution non-commercial.

3) online content promotion: participants will work on methods to promote their digital videos online to reach the widest possible audience.
we will also delve into popular online video sharing platforms such as DailyMotion, YouTube, etc., as well as video sharing platforms specfically geared to the needs of educators, for example, Academic Earth, MIT open courseware, Ted-ed, TeacherTube, YouTube EDU.

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Accomodation and food costs will be covered by the coordinating organization.

Travel costs will be refunded up to a limit of 275e per participant.

Travel costs within Romania will be refunded to a maximum of 20 e per person.

There will be no participation fee.

Application

Organizer:

Digijeunes – NGO

Phone: +33626699321

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Simone Ferrecchia

E-Mail: info@digijeunes.com

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Study Visit: Gender sensitive schools in AT and CZ

Dates: 16-22 September 2017

Venue: Vienna, Austria

Eligible are 10 participants coming from: Austria, Czech Republic

Application deadline: 18th August 2017

The study visit calls all people active in the field of gender sensitive education! The program includes practical workshops, meetings with stakeholders and excursions and is aimed at teachers, youth workers, students and project managers.

General Description

Interactive Study Visit. Gender Sensitive Schools in Austria and the Czech Republic

You can either take part in one of the study visits (one in AT and one in CZ) or in both. Please tick the box or boxes on the application form.

When:

  • 16 – 22 September 2017 in Vienna / Austria (7 days program);
  • 18 – 24 October 2017 in Brno, Prague, Česká Lípa / Czech Republic (7 days program)

Who: 5 people from Austria and 5 people from the Czech Republic
Where: Vienna, Brno, Prague, Česká Lípa

Are you teacher, youth worker, lecturer and are you interested in the gender sensitive education? Do you work on the promotion gender sensitive education within the national strategies for education in the Czech Republic or Austria? NESEHNUTÍ and POIKA, active in the gender sensitive education in CZ and AT, are organizing interactive study visit to develop ation, share good practice in gender sensitive education, learn in the international context, build the gender sensitive schools.

The study visit is open to all people active in the field of education, youth work or curriculum development who strive for changes towards more gender sensitive environment in the field of education and work with children and young people.

The program includes practical workshops, discussions, meetings with stakeholders, excursions (NGOs, schools, institutions active in the field of education).

Goals:

  • To share and get new knowledge about the gender sensitive work, methods, approaches in the Czech Republic and Austria
  • To establish new cooperation, platform of actors in gender sensitive education in more international context
  • To discuss challenges and possible changes and directions of gender sensitive education with relevant stakeholders (Ministry of Education, the Ombudsman, Academics,
  • Municipalities, teachers, students, NGOs youth workers and Activists in the field of Gender Sensitive Education)

Further Insights:

The category of gender permeates all areas of our life. And the schooling and education have crucial impact on the process of shaping roles that are enclosed with specific gender. The teachers, youth workers, lecturers can easily tend to treat girls and boys differently according to their own expectation of the behavior and roles that girls and boys should or should not do.

The organization of the school eg. separation of boys and girls due to some specific education “for boys” and “for girls” without any reflection about the impact of this separation on the future career can influence negatively individual development of young people. Moreover there can be transgender persons who can very quickly feel themselves as physically segregated because of any chance to identificate themselves with group of girls or boys.

The schools thus have important role in the future professional as well as in the private life of young people. And in this way the inclusive schools that offer support and education according to the needs and potential of each individual and that ensure equal opportunity and treatment for every person should be also gender sensitive schools.

Practical information:

Participants can take part in either one or both weeks of study visit and are invited to submit their application to:

office@poika.at (for participants from Austria)
lucie@nesehnuti.cz (for participants from the Czech Republic)

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

Financial conditions:

The participants’ fee is €40 per week.

The accommodation, food, local transport and the program will be provided by hosting organization (NESEHNUTÍ, POIKA).

Travel cost will be reimbursed in 100% after the study visit.

Application

Organizer:

poika – NGO

Co-organizer:

Nesnehuti – NGO

Phone: 00436605707742

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Teresa Schweiger

E-mail: teresa@poika.at

E-Mail: office@poika.at