Training Course: EU and European citizenship and youth work

Dates: 11-19 March 2014

Venue: Novi Sad, Serbia

Eligible are 26 participants coming from: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, United Kingdom

Application deadline:  21st January 2014

“EU and European citizenship and youth work” is 7-days long training course developed for youth workers and trainers willing to plan, prepare and lead local workshops for youth about the European Union (that are also the main themes).

• Share experience regarding public awareness and influence of the EU and its values and policies) on our communities

• Discuss history and purpose of the EU

• Get overview of basics of EU politics and its legal system: EU law and treaties, subsidiarity and OMC, constitutional nature, Fundamental rights and values, Eurozone

• Explore and raise awareness of the EU institutions

• Discuss how being a member of the EU or being a (potential) candidate influences our countries

• Discuss qualities of our youth work on local level and on European level, especially in relation to the EU

• Understand how and what makes quality education for EU citizenship in youth work

• Introduce EU programmes “Europe for Citizens” and “Erasmus PLUS” and encourage development of new projects/European level cooperation

The training course is based on the approach and principles of non-formal education and will use a lot of insights from the SALTO booklets, EU policy documents and T-kits of the Partnership programme of EU and CoE.

The language of the training course will be English.


Centre for Non-formal Education and Lifelong Learning (CNELL)

Contact for questions:

Centre for Non-formal Education and Lifelong Learning


Phone: +381649604358



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