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Training Course: New Digital Enterprise Start-ups

Dates: 30 October – 7 November 2018

Venue: Zadar, Croatia

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovak Republic

Application deadline: 26th September 2018

Project “Independent Young Women in Digital Entrepreneurship Era” aims to build capacity of youth workers & women in competences for digital entrepreneurship and digital entrepreneurial learning through youth work in our communities and on European level.

General Description

The project consists of several activities, and one of those is this training course “New Digital Enterprise Start-ups”. The training course will be organised in Zadar, Croatia from 30th October to 7th November 2018.

The training course will gather 24 participants from 6 organisations and countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, FYROM, Slovakia and Montenegro).

Specific objectives of the training course are:
• To empower youth workers and build their competences for development of NFE/youth work programmes for digital entrepreneurship start-up among youngsters (young women), beneficiaries in our communities
• To share realities on and experiences with (un)employment situation and NFE and vocational programmes existing for entrepreneurship among youth and of young women in particular in different European countries
• To increase knowledge about the new era of entrepreneurship
• To increase knowledge and competences about the IT sector and competences to promote digital entrepreneurship among young people in our countries
• To develop competences to further empower youngsters in our communities for digital entrepreneurship
• To increase participants’ competences for creating (IT/digital) entrepreneur-friendly learning environments in our youth work

Training course is based on the approach, principles and methods of non-formal education. The language of the training course will be English.

The participants should fulfil the following criteria:
• To be active youth workers or young women interested to become active as peer educators within our organisations
• Willing to apply & multiply the knowledge received
• Willing to take action in the field of empowering young women for digital entrepreneurship
• Willing to enter into partnerships with participants from different organisations/countries
• Able to attend and be active during the entire duration of the training course and to implement local workshop with young women after the participation at the training course
• Age above 18 and able to follow the programme in English language.

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Costs

 

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. The organisers cover accommodation, three meals and two coffee breaks per day.

Travel costs will be reimbursed only for the cheapest way of transport and preferably for the return tickets. Travel expenses are covered by the organisers up to the maximum allowance per distance calculator and means of travel (for all the original tickets and ways of travel that are plane, bus, train or ferry, NOT taxi and NOT car).

Maximum travel expense reimbursement per participant per country, including all incurred costs and bank fees:
1. Croatia – 180 eur
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 180 eur
3. Slovakia – 275 eur
4. FYROM – 275 eur
5. Montenegro – 180 eur
6. Serbia – 180 eur

There is no participation fee

Application

Association Realization, Croatia & NGO Youth Power, Bosnia and Herzgovina – NGO/Others

Phone: +381 – 63 – 781 – 0642

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Milica Milović Kinoli

E-Mail: digentstartups@youth-power.org

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Training Course: Sport methodology in youth work for inclusion of immigrants

Dates: 29 September – 8 October 2018

Venue: Mali Idjos, Serbia

Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Germany, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden

Application deadline: 6th August 2018

The project’s Aim is to To encourage youth workers to develop more youth sport work projects that will explore and extract all the possible positive aspects of sports for developing ICL among our beneficiaries and inclusion of immigrants and other marginalised youth.

General Description

The training course will gather participants, trainers and staff from 9 organisations and countries (Germany, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, FYROM, Croatia, Slovenia and Sweden).

Objectives:
– To share our realities with the situations about inclusion of immigrants and acceptance in our communities and different youth work programmes working on it
– To discuss and understand basic concepts, values and principles of inclusion and intercultural learning
– To promote and explore the concepts “sports for all” and “healthy lifestyle” in relation with youth work
– To explore the youth work and youth trainings in connection to inclusion/acceptance and Sport for all!
– To raise competences in organising quality youth work with sport methodology with adequate mental and physical development of beneficiaries, as well as competition and teamwork through sports
– To share different sport methods useful for our youth work in every day work with youngsters mainstream and immigrants
– To share and understand challenges in implementation of quality sport methods in youth work for inclusion and intercultural acceptance of immigrants
– To raise competences for adaptation of sport methods for NFE/youth work for inclusion and acceptance of immigrants
– To define and develop basic plans for local/national workshops of youth workers and youngsters with using sports as methods for inclusion of immigrants, that are to be held by our participants in the follow-up phase after the training course
– To establish Community of youth trainers and youth workers for youth sport work for inclusion and ICL

Training course is based on the approach & principles of non-formal education with regular NFE methods and lots of sport activities, some of them being: sport and outdoor methods/games; inputs, simulation, role-plays, brainstorming, discussions, presentations, videos, etc. The language of the training course will be English.

The participants should fulfil the following criteria:
– They are active youth workers / leaders and are willing to apply and multiply the knowledge received on this training course in later activities in our partner organisations and communities.
– In their youth work / NFE activities’ efforts, they are willing to focus and take action in the field of sport methodology with youth with fewer opportunities, immigrants; setting up the international and local projects dealing with the topic.
– They are all willing and committed to sharing / multiplying the new knowledge (gained at the TC) with other members of his/her organisation once he/she gets back.
– They are age above 18 and able to attend the entire duration of the course and are able to follow the programme in English language.

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Costs

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

The organisers cover accommodation, three meals and two coffee breaks per day.
Travel costs will be reimbursed only for the cheapest way of transport and preferably for the return tickets. Travel expenses are covered by the organisers up to the maximum allowance per distance calculator and means of travel (for all the original tickets and ways of travel that are plane, bus, train or ferry, NOT taxi and NOT car).

Maximum travel expense reimbursement per participant per country, including all incurred costs and bank fees:
1. Germany – 275 eur
2. Serbia – 20 eur
3. Bosnia and Hercegovina – 180 eur
4. Kosovo* – 180 eur
5. Montenegro – 180 eur
6. FYROM – 180 eur
7. Croatia – 180 eur
8. Slovenia – 180 eur
9. Sweden – 275 eur

Participation Fee: None

Application

Organizer:

Active Youth in Happy Europe (AMUSE) – NGO

Phone: +381 – 63 – 781 – 0642

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Milica Milović Kinolli

E-Mail: sportIMM@youth-power.org

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)

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Training Course: Strengthening capacities of key youth actors under the project – You(th) inspiring others

Dates: 27 August – 3 September 2018

Venue: Pristina, Kosovo*

Eligible are 33 participants coming from: Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia

Application deadline: 30th July 2018

On November 2017, BLINK together with partners NGO PlusUnë, NGO Center for Citizens Empowerment and NGO IUVENTA decided to apply at the PILOT Open Call for Proposals with the project titled: You(th) inspiring others, launched by RYCO NGO

General Description

A seven days training course, for strengthening capacities of key youth actors. BLINK will be the hosting organization of the training in Prishtina. Through this activity it is foreseen to break the prejudices and the disinformation for the youngsters from RYCO Contracting Parties – Kosovo*, Montenegro and Serbia, for Kosovo*, as a safety and attractive place, with the people that want to trate and to be integrated.

This is a 7-day training course for strengthening capacities on which will participate 30 youngsters, from 3 places, 10 from Montenegro (5F+5M), 10 from Serbia (5F+5M), and 10 Kosovo* (5F+5M).

The criteria of age 20-30 years old, is defined because of methodology of work and because the project want to improve this target that will work (inspiring others) in the next stages of the project. 15 of them will be youth workers that are involved/working/volunteering/ in minority issues. This criterion is decided because of the main aim of the project.

Social exclusion features similar characteristics in many RYCO Contracting Parties – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, FYROM, Montenegro and Serbia and is determined by a multi-layer deprivation of basic human rights.

On the other side, young people who are not excluded, one can recognize difficulties in detecting exclusion in their own communities and to show empathy to their peers with fewer opportunities leading to the creation of invisible borders in societies.

The project aims to make a contribution to inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities and fostering the quality of support structures for young people by enhancing the competences of those working with marginalized youth.

Furthermore, the project aims to strengthen civil society by facilitating the integration and active participation of young people through an exchange of best practices in order to contribute to intercultural dialogue, mutual understanding and tolerance among young people.

Please refer to the attached info pack for further information as well as application form if you wish to apply.

This publication is produced with the support of the Regional Youth Cooperation Office – RYCO. Its content is the sole responsibility of NGO Better Life In Kosova – BLINK and its partners and does not necessarily present the views of RYCO

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Costs

 

This project is NOT financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

1. Travelling will be reimbursed up until the maximum amount allowed per person (see below), from your place to Prishtina.

We will reimburse travel costs as listed below on the basis of the cheapest possibilities, e.g. return bus tickets. During the training course and the receipt of all ORIGINAL tickets, bills, invoices, receipts.

Participants from Serbia maximum reimbursement for return ticket 30 euro,
Participants from Montenegro maximum reimbursement for return ticket 30 euro.

2. This project covers the accommodation and food. The accommodation will be on a 3 or 4 star hotel. Participants will be accommodated in double or triple rooms. The participants will be accommodated with people of other RYCO Contracting Parties then their origin in order to facilitate group-building and team spirit.

3. For this project there is no participation fee, if your application is successful you will be informed if you are chosen.

Application

 

Organizer:

Better Life In Kosova – BLINK – NGO

Co-organizers:

NGO IUVENTA – NGO

NGO PlusUne – NGO

NGO Center for Citizen Empowerment – NGO

Phone: +38344111188

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: InfoPack Strengthening Capacities.pdf

Contact for questions:

BLINK

E-Mail: blink_kosova@yahoo.com

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)

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Training Course: Inclusive employability and entrepreneurship youth work

Dates: 14-22 September 2018

Venue: Mali Idjos, Serbia

Eligible are +10 participants coming from: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, FYROM, KOSOVO*, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden

Application deadline: 10th July 2018

“Inclusive employability and entrepreneurship youth work” is developed for youth workers willing to plan, prepare & organise different youth work & NFE activities for increasing employability and entrepreneurship skills of youth with fewer opportunities.

General Description

Objectives:

• To reflect and exchange opinions about the unemployment and entrepreneurship of youth with fewer opportunities in different European countries (tendencies and influencing factors, specifications of the target group, focuses etc)
• To achieve common understanding of different aspects, concepts and values of youth work and/for inclusion

• To define our target groups of youths with fewer opportunities and to explore the needs and consequences of socially excluded (youth) groups around us, in order to be able to improve situations towards more inclusive society
• To discuss and understand how EU social inclusion and employment policies influence our countries being members of EU or having (potential) candidate status to EU
• To discuss how youth work and non-formal education can positively influence better youth employability and employment and to share examples of good entrepreneurship and employment practices combating youth unemployment
• To empower and encourage participants to do quality needs analysis and develop strategies for local/European activities and longer-term programmes of youth work for employment and entrepreneurship for youth with fewer opportunities
• To encourage the development of different youth work and non-formal education activities and programmes for empowerment of unemployed youth with fewer opportunities in local communities
• To present the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme and to encourage the creation of future projects with unemployed youngsters with fewer opportunities.

Training course is based on the approach, principles and methods of non-formal education. The language of the training course will be English.

The training course will gather participants, trainers and staff from 9 organisations from 9 countries (Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, FYROM, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Czech Republic and Sweden).

The participants should fulfil the following criteria:
• They are active youth workers / leaders and are willing to apply and multiply the knowledge received on this training course in later activities in our partner organisations and communities.

• They are willing to focus and take action in the field of employability and entrepreneurship of youth with fewer opportunities, setting up the international and local projects dealing with youth unemployment.
• They are willing and committed to sharing / multiplying the new knowledge (gained at the TC) with other members of his/her organisation once he/she gets back.
• They are age above 18 and able to attend the entire duration of the course and are able to follow the programme in English language.

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Costs

 

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

The organisers cover accommodation, three meals and two coffee breaks per day.

Travel costs will be reimbursed only for the cheapest way of transport and preferably for the return tickets. Travel expenses are covered by the organizers up to the maximum allowance per distance calculator and means of travel (for all the original tickets and ways of travel that are plane, bus, train or ferry, NOT taxi and NOT car).

Maximum travel expense reimbursement per participant per country, including all incurred costs and bank fees:
1. Sweden – 275 eur
2. Serbia – 20 eur
3. Croatia – 180 eur
4. Bosnia and Hercegovina – 180 eur
5. Slovenia – 180 eur
6. FYROM – 180 eur
7. Kosovo* – 180 eur
8. Montenegro – 180 eur
9. Czech Republic – 180 eur

Application

 

Organizer:

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

Phone: Mobile/Viber: +381–63–781–0642

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Infopack Inclusive Employability.pdf

Contact for questions:

Milica Milović Kinolli

E-Mail: inceeyw@youth-power.org

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)

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Training Course: Roma past and present through forum theater

Dates: 30 August – 4 September 2018

Venue: Struga, FYROM

Eligible are 26 participants coming from: Albania, Austria, Belgium – DE, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, FYROM,France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 5th July 2018

Totalitarianism emerged in Europe by World War II as a popular type of governance seeking to promote state power and reduce the power of civilians. Totalitarian governments establish rigid rules and regulations for citizens, controlled all aspects of daily life by making education, banking and other key services fall under the control of the government. Roma were seen by the Nazis as being inferior, they were not as good a human being as the superior race.

General Description

Discrimination against the Roma, marginalization and ostracism are still prevalent in today’s Europe.

Methodology

The methods of this seminar will be forum theatre and non formal education. Forum and street theatre is often used by socially excluded and disempowered groups as interactive form of theatre that encourages audience interaction and explores different options for dealing with a problem or issue.

Through theatre we will give chance to youngsters to raise their own awareness about the Holocaust, elements of discrimination, denial of civic rights in the past and today towards the Roma.

The methodology is based on NFE methods: using manuals such as: Right to Remember, T-Kit-Social Inclusion, Compass etc. groups work, brainstorming, wall writing, association game, discussion, debate, simulation, audiovisual techniques

Aim and Objectives

The aim of the training is to build capacity of youth workers and activists about the Roma past, mainly for Roma Holocaust and Human rights education and Roma present, mainly for discrimination and access to social rights.

To reach the general aim of the TC, the objectives are:

• Learn Forum Theater and Human Rights Education in context of Roma past and present
• Promote tolerance and equality through reflecting upon the European values and European identity;
• Roma and non-Roma volunteers and activists, sharing their grassroots engagement
and practices relating to Roma inclusion;

Profile of the Participants

Present will be Roma and non-Roma youth leaders, activists, multipliers, and volunteers who are working with young and/or Roma youth.

Participants must also:

• be familiar with the situation and challenges of the Roma community in their country
• be motivated to develop their competences in advocacy, anti-discrimination work, human rights and to share their experiences with other participants
• be aged 18 +
• be committed to attend for the full duration of the course
• be able to work in English
• be resident in one of the European countries and Balkan countries: FYROM, Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro

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Costs

 

This project is NOT financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

There is no participation fee.

Participants are encouraged to contribute to travel costs.

The organizers cover the costs for accommodation, board and any program-related costs.

Travel costs are reimbursed during the seminar or afterwards by bank transfer based on a fully presented travel reimbursement claim (flight bookings, boarding tickets, invoices, bus/train tickets), based on the cheapest means and up to a certain amount:

– Western Europe max. 200 Euro,
– Central and Eastern Europe max 150 €;
– Balkan countries: return bus ticket price

Application

 

Organizer:

Institute for Roma and Minorities – NGO

Phone: +4915772455903

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Available downloads: Infopack for Roma now and then through Forum theatre.pdf

Contact for questions:

Senad Sakipovski

E-Mail: info.marandost@gmail.com

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Conference: Western Balkans Youth Meeting – The Berlin Process. A new impetus for youth work?

Dates: 23-25 May 2018

Venue: Podgorica, Montenegro

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countriesWestern Balkan countries

Application deadline: 20th April 2018

What has been the impact of the Berlin process in the field of youth? How can we contribute to moving further ahead? This seminar will explore these questions focusing on the themes of youth participation, civic education and social inclusion.

General Description

Four years have passed since the beginning of the Berlin process in 2014. Time to ask: What has been its impact in the field of youth? Where do we see a need for further action? How can we contribute to moving further ahead?

We want to take a particular look at fields where youth work can play an important role: youth participation and engagement, civic education (with a European dimension) and social inclusion, and explore:

• What kinds of initiatives and projects have been implemented in the past years?
• What can be done, and what can we do to enhance their impact?
• What are key messages to inform the next summit of the Berlin process in London and other political processes?

The SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre together with the German, FYROM and Slovenian National Agencies for Erasmus+, youth field, invite 30 youth work practitioners from Erasmus+ Programme countries and the Partner countries in the Western Balkans to reflect and discuss these questions, give visibility to inspiring practices, and formulate suggestions and recommendations aiming to stimulate further developments in the Western Balkans and the European integration of the region.

Background

The »Berlin process«, initiated in 2014 in Berlin, aimed to step up the process of European integration of the Western Balkan region. The youth events accompanying the annual summits of heads of state and government in Paris, 2016, and Trieste, 2017, concluded with recommendations for further developments the youth field; in addition, an Action Plan for youth work and youth policy was defined at the first Europe-Western Balkans Youth Meeting in Ljubljana in 2016.

Increasing support for regional cooperation between the countries of the Western Balkan region aiming to support reconciliation was one important recommendation, and the establishment of the Regional Youth Coordination Office for the Western Balkans (RYCO) today represents the most visible result of the Berlin process in the field of youth. At the same time, over 2.500 European cooperation projects involving over 15.000 participants from the Western Balkans and a variety of countries across Europe have been implemented in the field of youth with the support of the Erasmus+ programme since 2014 supporting the exchange of practices, the building of competences and capacities, intercultural understanding and long-lasting partnerships.

The next summit of heads of state and government within the Berlin process will take place in London on 9 – 10 July 2018; another youth event is foreseen to be held in the autumn. The European integration process of the Western Balkan region has received an additional impetus with the announcement by the European Commission, on 6 February 2018, of “A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans”. Two flagship initiatives include enhanced support for European and regional cooperation with specific reference to the role of Erasmus+ and RYCO in stepping up the process of reconciliation and the social and economic development of the region.

Further important developments in the youth field at European level, which can be expected to have an influence on possibilities for cooperation with and developments in the region include the development of a new EU youth strategy as well as a new generation of European youth programmes following the end of the current Erasmus+ programme in 2020.

Objectives and Approach of this Meeting

First assessments of the Berlin process point to positive developments it has stimulated in different fields. While it might be difficult to ascertain, what has been the impact of the Berlin process as such, we want to take a look at and take stock of what changes have been initiated in the field of youth, in particular youth work, in the past few years, and how these developments can be further supported.

This meeting will focus on youth participation and engagement; civic (non-formal) education with a European dimension and social inclusion, thus taking a look at thematic areas where youth work can make a difference. The three themes are interlinked. Civic education can increase young people’s critical thinking and their understanding of democracy and of their opportunities for active social and political participation and engagement. Promoting processes aiming to increase the access to equal participation for young people with fewer opportunities and health issues, such as access to relevant information, is a key issue in this context.

Youth workers and youth leaders contributing to the Ljubljana Action Plan and the recommendations from the Trieste and Paris youth conferences listed these areas among the priority themes, and they are also at the heart of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.

As a basis for discussions during the meeting, we will collect and compile information about what has happened in the past years, about implemented projects, initiatives and policies regarding the above themes. A survey addressing youth work practitioners and selected other stakeholders will be carried out for this purpose. Experts will provide additional information during the meeting.

The objectives of the Meeting are to:

• Collect information about youth work and youth policy-related initiatives and projects that have been undertaken to take stock of and make more visible what has happened in the youth work and youth policy field in the past years;

• Assess the outcomes of implemented projects and initiatives, share inspiring practices, and look into how to further promote and enhance their impact;

• Explore the added value of European partnerships and projects in this context;

• Define some key messages addressed to policy makers, practitioners and programmes (in particular Erasmus+) to inform the London summit and the youth event of the Berlin process in 2018 as well as other relevant ongoing or upcoming meetings and processes.

The Meeting will last for two full working days, starting with lunch on Wednesday, 23rd May and ending with lunch on Friday, 25th May.

The programme will be facilitated by two experienced facilitators, Ajša Hadzibegović and Andreas Karsten.

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Costs

 

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

Full board and lodging of all selected participants will be covered by the organisers.

Travel costs of participants coming from Erasmus+ Programme countries will be covered by the National Agency in the participant’s country.

Travel costs of participants coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro and Serbia will be covered by the SALTO SEE Resource Centre.

Application

 

Organizer:

SALTO SEE Resource Centre

Co-organizers:

MOVIT, National Agency for Erasmus+, youth chapter

Jugend für Europa – German National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth in Action

Phone: 00386-(0)1-430 47 47

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Sonja Mitter Škulj

E-Mail: sonja.mitter@mva.si

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)

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.

Training Course. People beyond borders. Serbia

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Training Course: people beyONd borders – tools for fighting discrimination and building more inclusive society

Dates: 17-26 February 2018

Venue: Serbia

Eligible are 22 participants coming from: Italy, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia

Application deadline: 27th November 2017

Erasmus+ project “people beyONd borders” is a TC to be held in Serbia, in February 2018. The main objective of the TC is providing participants theoretical and practical knowledge about current refugee’s situation in Serbia, Europe and tools to work with around the topic.

Description

This TC is designed to introduce participants to the topic of migrations and current situation in Europe regarding migrants and refugees, and to share with them tools for fighting discrimination and building more inclusive society.

What?
„people beyONd borders“ is a 10 days TC with the objective of providing participants with theoretical and practical knowledge about current migrant and refugee situation in Europe, and providing them with tools for understanding this problem, for fighting discrimination and building their community into more understanding and inclusive one.

Why?
From April 2015 until today, during “European Refugee Crisis”, over two million refugees and migrants have had their desperate journey to Europe, coming mostly from war-torn Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. These people came running away from unbearable life conditions in their countries, searching for safety and future for themselves and their families.

Their way to Europe is full of obstacles and difficulties and what they encounter once they finally reach Europe is devastating. They become subjects to discrimination, stereotypes, exclusion, and unfortunately even violence.

At the same time, media are either not reporting about this things or they’re sending incorrect, exaggerated and even dangerous information. All this creates atmosphere of not understanding, discrimination and prejudice towards refugees. In order to make first steps towards change of this atmosphere, we would like to provide young people with knowledge and tools they can use to make the change.

How?
Through workshops, lectures, interactive presentations and discussions hosted by experts on the subject, participants will learn and practice different approaches to this situation which will hopefully inspire them to act and to share their knowledge in their own community.

Who?
19 participants from 6 countries – Serbia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Italy, Slovenia and Portugal.

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Costs

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

Being this TC granted by Erasmus+ programme, accommodation, food and participation fee are paid for all the participants, as well as travel expenses (up to a certain limit established by Erasmus+).

These limits are:
– Slovenia, Montenegro and Kosovo*: 180 euros
– Italy: 275 euros
– Portugal: 360 euros
– Serbia: 20 euros

Application

Organizer:

Agoraveiro – NGO

Phone: 00351234482575

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Natasa Golosin

E-Mail: agora.aveiro@gmail.com

Kosovo UN1244 (*not recognized by some countries)