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Study visit: Integration of Young Refugees

Dates: 20-24 February 2018

Venue: Arnhem, Netherlands

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

Application deadline: 23rd December 2017

A study visit for empowering youth workers working with young refugees and asylum seekers. Exchange of good practices and development of concrete ideas for implementation on a local level.

Description

Youth work can be one of the important actors on local level that can play an important role in the integration of young refugees. On the one hand by offering opportunities for the young refugee to learn new competences, gaining self-confidence and a feeling of belonging in this new country.

On the other hand by creating awareness about refugees by working on connecting local communities with young refugees and therefor enhancing the acceptance and decreasing xenophobia of the local communities towards ‘the unknown refugees’

Many initiatives have already taken place to integrate young refugees. The challenge for Youth Work is to not re-invent wheels, connecting successful initiatives and sharing and learning from each other.

One of the initiatives for cooperation is ‘Becoming part of Europe’, a strategic programme of 9 Erasmus+ National Agencies, including the Dutch National Agency. It runs between 2016-2019 and is aimed at identifying best practices of Youth Work in the field of integration and social inclusion of young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and will be working towards policy recommendations about integration and social inclusion involving the main actors in the field of youth work.

This study visit is an initiative of the Dutch National Agency, parallel to and in synergy with the strategic programme, providing a concrete space to youth workers for the exchange of good practices on a local level, learning from identified successful projects, each others experiences and bringing back inspiration and new ideas for successful local projects back home that will benefit the integration of refugees.

Study visit Aim and Objectives

This study visit with training elements aims at empowering and inspiring youth workers and others working directly with refugees and/or asylum seekers to get young refugees to integrate in the local communities by sharing good practices and inspiration for new ideas and formulating concrete steps.

The objectives are:
– To reflect on the own local reality of integrating young refugees into local communities and identifying needs, challenges and good practices for working with young refugees.
– To exchange good practices (projects, methods, activities) of youth work in how to integrate young refugees into local communities
– To explore local good practices of Dutch youth organisations in how to integrate young refugees into local communities
– To get inspired and create own ideas for the integration of refugees within the own local youth work context and to formulate concrete next steps.
– To explore how Erasmus+ can be used as a tool for the integration of refugees.

Be aware that this Study visit with training elements is mainly focused on sharing concrete good practices, getting inspiration and creating new ideas on how your youth work can contribute concretely to the development and integration of refugees. It will not be directly focused on writing new project proposals, finding new partners or giving extensive information on the Erasmus+ programme.

Is this study visit for you?

You are…
– A youth worker (professional or volunteer)
– Professional or volunteer working directly with refugees and/or asylum seekers
– Actively connected to a local youth organisation and working with or motivated to work with young refugees.
– Willing to share your challenges and good practices with other organisations.
– Motivated and able to implement new projects in your local organisation for the integration of young refugees

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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 or SALTO 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 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.

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

Application

 

Organizer:

Dutch NA Erasmus+ Youth – National Agency

Phone: 0031302306471

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Peter Pieters

E-Mail: p.pieters@nji.nl

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

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Seminar: Can I come in? Sharing tools for effective inclusion of young migrants

Dates: 20-26 November 2017

Venue: Hungary

Eligible are 30 participants coming from: Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Romania, Spain, Turkey

Application deadline: 3rd November 2017

The seminar involves 30 youth workers from 10 different countries, aiming at the capacity building of youth organizations dealing with issues connected with migration and youth, through the sharing of best practices and tools they developed in the field.

Description

The “Can I come in? Sharing tools for effective inclusion of young migrants” seminar will explore reasons and factors that cause exclusion, diffidence and xenophobia, active and passive civil positions, the concepts connected with migration (both regular and irregular) and asylum in EU including legal aspects, types of migration, push and pull factors, labour migration schemes, circular migration.

The impact of migration on the immigrants and the host societies, the current anti-immigrant stance in Europe, the concepts of asylum seeker and refugees in modern society, national and international instruments and mechanisms for protection of the rights of the migrants and finally, the possibilities of action for youth workers and NGOs in the field, opening ways of cooperation among them and with different kind of other institutions.

The seminar will lead to the creation of a platform of work on migration issues for youth NGOs as well as to different creative dissemination tools to be used in all the countries involved.

The seminar will be held in Budapest, Hungary, and will last for 7 working days, during which participants will deepen the knowledge on the challenges connected with the current migrant crisis in Europe from multiple perspectives, understanding and recognizing the reasons of this phenomenon, explore the skills and tools needed today to work with young migrants and the local communities, sharing experiences, ideas, best practices and methods developed in different countries to raise awareness and build positive change in the attitudes and approaches of European youth towards the issue.

Methodology:

Non-Formal Education will be the main methodology used during the seminar, together with theoretical aspects, to ensure a complete learning dimension, using methods such as group discussions, round tables, simulations, and dynamic, creative and participative activities.

Participants’ Profile

This project has been designed and developed to address youth workers, both professionals and volunteers. In order to be eligible as a participant, it is necessary to be over 18 years old and legally resident in one of the participating countries.

The participants should:

– be able to speak English;
– be involved with a youth organisation and be able to present it and its work with young people and migrants;
– be ready to share some tools and projects developed by the organization in the field of migration;
– have the motivation and capacity to develop actions for and with young people on the topic of social inclusion of migrants;
– be committed to contribute in the full project in all of its phases, including dissemination and follow up with the participation to the newly created platform and network.

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Costs

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. The organiser will provide accommodatioan and food during the course for free.

Travel costs admitted for reimbursement:
– 0 EUR Hungary
– 275,00 EUR Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Germany, Italy, Malta, Romania, Turkey
– 360,00 EUR Spain

To learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses, please contact the contact person of the coordinating organisation.

No fee will be applied to take part in the programme.

Application 

Organizer:

Institute for Cultural Relations Policy – NGO

Phone: 0036205725972

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

András Lőrincz

E-Mail: andras.lorincz@culturalrelations.org

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Training Course: Once Upon a Story – Digital Storytelling for Intercultural Dialogue

Dates: 5-14 November 2017

Venue: Evora, Portugal

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain

Application deadline: 17th September 2017

Erasmus+ training course addressed to youth workers and young leaders interested in exploring the method of digital storytelling and its usage for working with young people with diverse cultural background

General Description

Modern European societies are getting more and more diverse in terms of culture and religion. The present influx of migrants and refugees is causing tensions and misunderstanding between minority and majority groups and many young people are prone to radical or even violent behaviors. The problem stems from lack of understanding between people with diverse cultural background, who often lack the possibility to truly get to know each other’s opinions and values.

We believe that the way to address this problem is to give young people an opportunity to interact more in a peaceful manner and provide them with a safe space for dialogue, which should in turn lead to a better understanding between them.

This project is to teach youth workers and young leaders who work with youth with diverse cultural background how to encourage their beneficiaries how to interact more by creating and sharing their digital stories. Everyone has a story to tell, and those digital stories are always very powerful, since in many case they describe very important issues, such as violence, discrimination or a struggle to find one’s place in the society.

Objectives:

  • To provide participants with an opportunity to go through an intensive facilitator course that will enable them to understand digital storytelling as a method of working with youth with diverse cultural/migration
  • To equip them with the skills necessary to design and implement digital storytelling projects for intercultural dialogue in their own respective communities
  • To enhance participants’ ITC skills and to promote the use of innovative youth work methodology based on digital means
  • To reflect upon the specifics of work with youth at risk of discrimination due to their cultural/religious/national Background and to discover methods for avoiding radical behaviors
  • To establish a network of individuals and organizations interested in further cooperation on the topic of working with youth with diverse cultural background
  • To develop a concrete plan for follow-up projects focus on promoting intercultural dialogue

Participants Profile:

  • Youth workers and youth leaders interested in exploring new ways of working with people with diverse cultural and/or migration background
  • Motivated to learn more about the concept of digital storytelling (prior knowledge of photo/video making and editing is not required)

  • Ready to use digital storytelling as a method of working with youth in their own communities
  • Interested in setting further co-operation with similar organizations from other European countries
  • Resident of Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands, Italy, Germany or Poland
  • Being able to communicate in English fluently and older then 18

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Costs

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

Food and accommodation is covered 100% for all the participants (including the Portuguese).

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

Spain: 180 EUR

Poland, Germany, Italy: 360 EUR

Netherlands: 530 EUR

Portugal: 0 EUR

There is a 20 euro participation fee.

Application

Organizer:

ENS Evora – NGO

Phone: +351916266596

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Ana Farelo

E-Mail:onceuponastrorytc@gmail.com

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Training Course: Campaign for Humanity

Dates: 9-16 October 2017

Venue: Szeged, Hungary

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Finland, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey

Application deadline: 8th September 2017

Training course on dealing with cultural and religious differences and developing local online and offline campaigning against xenophobia and racism.

General Description

Themes of the training course:

After the Arabic Spring lot of countries lost their stability in Asia and Northern Africa. Also climate change causing the lack of clean water and land to cultivate, a huge number of migrants started their exodus from these areas for a better life or to save their lives.

Countries on the border of the EU, and generally all of them are facing a huge immigration pressure from people arriving with very different cultural and religious background.
We, as international youth workers are shocked by some of the states’ responses, since it is totally against the European values.

As those working with intercultural learning, acceptance of other cultures, solidarity, support of cultural diversity, as individuals, already started to help volunteering groups helping refugees and immigrants to be able to live with their rights given by international law.

This made us to start thinking how we could use and offer our capacities to this problem; that with our knowledge, partnerships and resources how we could help fighting fears, ignorance of the situation or growing racism – in some cases even encouraged by governments – in this very quickly changing demographical situation in Europe.

The needs, fears we would like to reflect to in our project:
– Biggest immigration pressure on Europe in modern times;
– No exact and general solution plans from EU countries, since the phenomenon is very quickly escalating. It even causes tension between the EU countries;
– Growing fears of local population, even encouraged by political forces;
– Growing racism and radicalisation;

We selected these topics, because our main idea was that we have to reflect on what is happening at the moment, since we cannot avoid being involved in these happenings, because of our previous work, our values and principles. We have the potential background to contribute to the solution on our level.

We strongly believe that people need to know the facts about immigration in order to have a clear picture regarding to the current immigration situation, understand the reality of the immigrants, explore the truth behind political communication, discover the human behind the crisis and explore the possibilities for giving support and cooperate together for the peace of Europe and for the peace of people who survived wars. Fear is a power, nevertheless Love is a power, we would like to give the chance to choose between them based on information and campaigning offline and online against xenophobia and racisms towards immigrants/refugees/human beings.

The overall aim of the training course is to fight against xenophobia and arising racism towards immigrants, to change the negative feelings regarding to migration into positive approach based on understanding of the backgrounds of immigrants and the political and cultural based roots of fears and ignorance of the societies. To train youth workers, youth leaders how to invent offline and online campaigns with, for and by young people in order to support the integration of young people with immigrants’ background and fight for humanity and European values.

Learning objectives of the training course are:
– To raise awareness on the reasons of ignoring, generating fears from immigrants, and becoming racists connected to immigration in the EU;
– To gain experiences on developing and improving methods, tools and techniques in order to discover and accept cultural and religious diversity;
– To clarify and define the meaning of stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination based on human rights education related with migration;
– To enable young people, youth workers, teachers, social workers, psychologists, for recognising prejudgements, prejudices towards immigrants;
– To identify and define the roots and origins of xenophobia and racism;
– To develop critical way of thinking;
– To ensure different ways of active participation of young people within local and international youth campaign against xenophobia and racism;
– To raise awareness on universal human rights of immigrants; to fight against xenophobia and racism towards immigrants and to develop intercultural sensitiveness through web 2.0 as social media tools and through offline tools as street campaigning by street theatre, peer education, posters, flyers, humanitarian aid actions as supporting immigrants, etc.

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Costs

 

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

The food and accommodation will be provided and paid by the organizers.

Travels costs will be reimbursed by bank transfer after the course. The reimbursement fee will be counted according to the distance calculator of European Commission:

Maximum travelling reimbursement per participant (tickets, invoices will be needed!!!)
Portugal € 360,00
Italy € 275,00
Finland € 275,00
Turkey € 275,00
Romania € 180,00
Spain € 275,00
Malta € 275,00

There is 30 EUR participation fee

Application

 

Organizer:

YOPA – Youth for Participation Association – NGO

Phone: 0036704596260

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Endre Kiss

E-Mail: yopa@yopa.hu

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Training Course: Youth work’s role in the prevention of violent extremism of youth

Dates: 28 August – 2 September 2017

Venue: Sibiu, Romania, Romania

Eligible are 24 participants coming from: Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme countriesPartner Countries Neighbouring the EU

Application deadline: 24th July 2017

European training dedicated to sharing best practices in youth work as a method of prevention of violent radicalisation of youth 

General Description

This European training is dedicated to sharing best practices in youth work as a method of prevention of violent radicalisation of youth. This activity will consist of workshops, lectures, group work and the sharing of experiences and challenges.

This activity will also include input from experts researching religious radicalisation and young extremist behavior. Participants will share best practice examples and engage with their own nations’ policies and responses to extremism/radicalisation.

The concrete practice examples shared by participants, as well as their personal reflections on the phenomena will be presented trough an online platform.

This project is part of a larger working plan dedicated to youth work and prevention of violent radicalisation of young people.

This call has been reopened to fill 10 avaialble spots left on the list of participants.

As the Council of Europe is one of the major supporters of this project, and in accordance with the revised operational regulations of the European Youth Foundation, this activity will be attended by participants at least 75% of whom are under 30 years of age.

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Costs

 

This project is NOT financed by the Erasmus+ programme.

Travel costs will be reimbursed in full, minus the participation fee.

Each participant is required to pay an enrolment fee of 50 Euros. This amount will be deducted from the amount to be reimbursed for travel expenses.

Accommodation and meals will be provided and paid for. Participants may need to share rooms.

Arrival in Sibiu during the day, on 27/08/2017, no later than 19.00
Departure on Sunday 03/09/2017 after breakfast

Application

 

Organizer:

European Confederation of Youth Clubs – NGO

Phone: 0032479633577

For additional information please: Download the Application form

Contact for questions:

Craiut Rares

E-Mail: ecyc@fcjmp.be

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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.