Training Course: My Art and Your Rights – International training course for young leaders with artistic competencies
Dates: 25-31 March 2019
Venue: Palermo, Italy
Eligible are 20 participants coming from: Austria, Belgium – FL, Belgium – FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Armenia, Georgia, Russian Federation, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline: 4th February 2019
The training course, the first step of one year project, is a capacity building of youth leaders living in Europe to raise awareness on human rights among young people through non formal Human Rights Education using art methodologies.
The training course “My Art and Your Rights” is the first activity of one year project, applicants to the training should commit their participation to the whole project.
An international activity among 20 youth leaders coming from 10 countries and different sending organizations. The participants will receive a training on nonformal educational methodology, based on the learning by doing concept.
They will be facilitated to find new ways to share human rights through art, and specifically, they will be supported to find a way to provide HRE to children and youth through their art. There will be also space offered for sharing of current practices related to their artistic activities and how much are transferring social concepts.
Main aim of the activity:
Capacity building of youth leaders living in Europe to raise awareness on human rights among young people through non formal HRE using art methodologies
Sharing of good practices among youth leaders related to artistic activities that transfer, express and raise awareness on human rights
Improve the skills of youth leaders with artistic background to use nonformal educational methodology
Support youth leaders to develop their own practice and methodology to realize HRE through art with young people
As a result of the training, the youth leaders will have increased competencies in nonformal education and the use of art for HRE.
Addressed to 20 young leaders from 10 organizations of 10 different countries, 75% of them under 30 years old (based on the rules of the funding institution European Youth Foundation).
Criteria for the selection:
– being actively involved in one organization in his/her country
– strong skills in one or more disciplines of art
– having strong interest to advocate for and raise awareness on human rights
– having the interest to facilitate human rights educational activities through art for young people
– committing to fully participate to the 2nd and 3rd phase of the project
There are no confirmed sending organizations for this project that you can refer to, to apply you need to be part of an organization of your own.
This project is NOT financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme. funded by Council of Europe for 2/3 of its budget.
Being selected for the project, food and accommodation will be covered for the entire project 100%.
The project will reimburse 2/3 of total travel expenses (maximum expenses for travel is 300€). Travel days are 25th and 31st of March.
Participants fee to CEIPES: 50€