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AJC - Young Citizens' Assembly - Acting and creating together for a fair and dignified life

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7-11 December 2011 | Brussels -Youth hostel De Waterman - www.dewaterman.be, Belgium - FR

AJC aims at gathering around forty young people concerned with the question of access to social rights. The idea is to valorise or to let reflexion, creativity as well as imagination occur in order to to act and create for a dignified and fair life!
This AJC organized by the BIJ (Bureau International Jeunesse) in the framework of the program Citizens of the World aims at gathering around forty young people concerned with the question of the access to social rights. The idea is to valorise or to let reflexion, creativity as well as imagination occur in order to be able to act and create for a dignified and fair life! Citizen spaces of action and expression will give the opportunity to explore different subjects which are linked to social rights as integral part of Human rights. Through exchanges of analysis, personal experience and solutions as well as via creative forms of intervention, just come and express yourselves! The AJC suggests a guideline: access to social rights for a fair and dignified life without any discrimination, without violence and without exclusion, divided into three themes (three workshops): a) Utopias to come Imagination of young people for future rights b) Rights and transient communities: an impossible meeting? Youth with a transient life, Roma, travellers … c) From indignation to action! Interventions of young people into a democratic space Objectives 1. Giving oneself a common and motivating representation of a fair and dignified life 2. Establishing a diagnosis about the actuality and the correspondence of social rights vis-à-vis this common representation 3. Identifying, sharing and exploring different significant experiences and/or alternatives about the theme of a fair and dignified life 4. Exploring three different pathways for a better access to social rights for young people (a, b and c) 5. Creative implementation of pass ways, recommendations and demands coming from the three workshops 6. Launching of ideas for future international cooperation and networking Methodology The tools and methods used are based on the principles of the non formal education: exercises, games and group dynamics, in committee or in subgroups, and the participants are invited to produce the content of the training rather than passively consume the information. The languages which will be used are English and French (sometimes separated, sometimes together). The tools and methods used are based on the principles of the non-formal education: exercises, games and group dynamics, in committee or in subgroups, and participants are invited to produce the content of the training rather than passively consume the information Cooperation and linguistic solidarity between French and English will be a major challenge during the activity.
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http://trainings.salto-youth.net/2322

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This Other is

for 40 participants

from Eastern Partnership countries , Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Western Balkan countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers

Working language(s):

The languages which will be used are English and French (sometimes separated, sometimes together). Cooperation and linguistic solidarity between French and English will be a major challenge during the activity.

Organiser:

Bureau International Jeunesse and DG Education and Culture of the European Commission, programme “Youth in Action” (National Agency)

Contact for questions:

Thierry Dufour

E-Mail:

Phone: 003225483881

Costs

As far as the Programme countries of Youth in Action are concerned, the costs of the activity (programme, accommodation, food) are taken in charge by the BIJ. The costs of transport are taken in charge by the respective National Agencies. For the SEE and EECA countries, the costs of the activity (programme, accommodation, food) are taken in charge by the BIJ as well as the international transport.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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