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Building a gender equitable world: Media literacy, digital storytelling and social action towards achieving SDG5

E-learning

24-31 May 2021 | Online, United Kingdom

The Building a gender equitable world Online Activity is organised as part of the RESOLVE: New Youth Order project, providing an opportunity for youth leaders to engage and share their thoughts, opinions and participate in democratic practice.

As a RESOLVE programme, this Online Dialogue Activity will mobilise a range of reconciliation and peacebuilding techniques to achieve this including: People to people dialogue; Debate for Peace; Simulation games; Mediation techniques and Effective communication & advocacy.

Objectives:

  • To encourage youth leaders engagement with decision-makers in dialogue sessions to discuss the future of young people; address social intolerance and community xenophobia;
  • To capture youth workers views on key socio-economic-political issues in our world today causing conflict;
  • To analyse Social Action, civic responsibility and citizenship promotion in the work with youth
  • To receive inputs from youth worker on encouraging youth participation in the RESOLVE: Network – specifically in its governance, chairing of meetings and leading a peace network;

SCHEDULE

We will work online for 2 weeks. Each week we will have online meetings, of approx. 3 hours each. Please find the detailed plan below.

Week 1 ( From 24th May) 3 pm CET

- Day 1. Panel: The Female Migrant Experience: Women face a double challenge as migrants

- Day 2. Introductions, effective communication skills and media literacy 

- Day 3. Learning how to share stories and the basics of digital storytelling with a focus on SDG5 - Gender Equity

Week 2 (31st May and 1st of June) - 3 pm CET

Day 4. Reconciliation Simulation games with youth leaders representing different democratic institutions and replicating the roles of decision-makers;

Day 5. RESOLVE Network Meeting with former 'Resolvers' coming from 13 different countries followed by an introduction of different initiatives organised by project partners with a focus on gender equity.

Your full participation and commitment during all the activities is required to take part in the workshop. We encourage participants to ensure they have a working camera and microphone before participating.

If you are coming from the UK, you may be selected to join our Dialogue Activity in Sweden. For participants from Sweden, Azerbaijan and Bosnia and Herzegovina, you may be selected to join our Dialogue Activity in London.

TARGET GROUP

This Online Dialogue Activity is for young youth leaders, youth workers, team leaders etc, but will be open for everyone as it is an online event, everyone who is affected by conflict and interested in becoming a future leader. In particular, we welcome participants from more diverse backgrounds to participate.

The course is open to participants from the UK, Sweden, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Azerbaijan, but as this activity is Online we will also review applications from other Erasmus+ Programme and Partner countries.

More information is available on the project’s website: https://www.asfar.org.uk/erasmus/erasmus-resolve-new-youth-order/

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9292

This activity has already happened!

This E-learning is

for 40 participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Other countries in the world , Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Team Leaders

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Asfar (Others)

Asfar CIC is a dynamic international conflict resolution NGO, established to provide opportunities for Young People and Communities in the UK, the Caucasus, the Middle East & North Africa and the Balkans.

Asfar was launched in December 2011 as a youth-led volunteers project, Asfar became an NGO in 2012.

Asfar's projects at the moment are focused on:
through:
- Reconciliation for Development
- Youth Volunteering & Cultural Learning
- Education, Enterprise & Skills
- Women Economic Empowerment
- Continuous Professional Development for youth & community professionals

Contact for questions:

Emina Hasanagić

E-Mail:

Phone: +447923298042

Costs

Participation fee

None

Accommodation and food

None

Travel reimbursement

None

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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