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Combatting Hate's Journey

E-learning

1 February - 14 March 2021 | Online, Spain

This course is for educators and youth workers and is a blended course including asynchronous activities, project-based learning, and synchronous tutorial and dialogue sessions. It is part of the Erasmus+ KA2 project, Hate's Journey.

This training course is co-financed through the Erasmus+ programme and is part of the KA205 project Hate’s Journey. 

This training course follows the following format:

Duration of activity: 6 Weeks

Amount of Online Facilitated Dialogue Sessions (OFD): 2 (week 1 & 6)

Amount of asynchronous activities: between 5 & 7 hours per week

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Total hours: 7 hours per week (Equivalent to a 6-day training course)

In the next section, we explain what activities we have planned for each week. 

Week 1 (Blended)

Introductions - Asynchronous (5 hours)

In week one, you will begin to introduce yourselves to the platform forum. You will also watch a video about Hate Speech and Mental health in preparation for this week's synchronous activity and complete a quiz based on the video. You will also complete a reflection forum. 

Synchronous Session (Online Facilitated Dialogue) (2 hours) (You will be sent a form to choose the best session time/day for you)

During this session, you will meet each other in your groups for the first time. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to start to break the ice and plan how you will work together on your first project. This session will also include facilitated dialogue about the video that you will have watched to prepare. Finally, these sessions will also discuss your expectations and goals for participating in this training course and introducing the exchange's reflection element. 

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Week 2 (Asynchronous) - Hate Speech (Group work) - Asynchronous (7 hours)

Project one: In groups, you will work collaboratively to create a presentation using Google Slides, Powerpoint, Video, etc., in response to a question/issue/problem that affects young people. You will also complete a reflection forum. 

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Week 3 (Asynchronous) - Critical Thinking - Asynchronous (7 hours)

You will take part in a survey. This survey is designed to provoke open dialogue and reflection. Presentation: Using Zoom (or another tool), your group needs to meet and present your work. You must record this session and upload it to the platform for review by your peers and trainers.

Peer reviews. You will also complete a reflection forum.

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Week 4 (Asynchronous) 

Project Two. This week (4), next week (5), and week (6), you will work on your main project. Creating a tool kit/ video / other resources

Asynchronous  (7 hours)

Your task is to create a resource that would be useful for youth workers to access to find tools, activities, and advice about dealing with hate speech in your project group. You have two weeks to complete it, and in week 6, you will be presenting it. 

You will also complete a reflection forum.

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Week 5 (Asynchronous) - Asynchronous  (7 hours)

Project Two. You will continue to work on your main project. Creating a tool kit/ video / other resources. You will also complete a reflection forum.

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

Week 6 (Blended) - Asynchronous  (5 hours)

Project Two. This week you will complete work on your main project. Creating a tool kit/ video / other resources. You will also complete a reflection forum. 

Synchronous Session (Online Facilitated Dialogue)  (2 hours) (You will be sent a form to choose the best session time/day for you). 

You will present your work to trainers and engage in a facilitated dialogue about hate speech and youth work. 

Extra Support: Online chat, email, and weekly face to face office hours

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9080

This activity has already happened!

This E-learning is

for 200 participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches, Youth researchers

Accessibility info:

This activity and venue place are accessible to people with disabilities.

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Asociación Cultural Social y Educativa Segundas Oportunidades (Youth NGO)

This project is delivered by a consortium of A.C.S.E.S.O, (Spain), UNIVERSITATEA AUREL VLAICU DIN ARAD (Romania), YOUNG FOLKS, (Latvia), and UCARLI GENCLIK DERNEGI (Turkey) and is co-financed by Erasmus+ under project number KA205 011733. The training course is designed to develop skills and outputs to empower young people to make informed decisions about how they interact with the world and an understanding that we have more in common than in difference and should celebrate our uniqueness and similarities and an understanding of how young people can become radicalised and how we can prevent it through empowerment and giving them a voice.

Co-organiser(s):

  • UCARLI GENCLIK DERNEGI (Youth NGO)
  • Young Folks Lativa (Youth NGO)
  • UNIVERSITATEA AUREL VLAICU DIN ARAD (Others)

Contact for questions:

Daniel Dixon

E-Mail:

Phone: +3465130000000

Costs

Participation fee

This course is fully funded, and co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme.

Accommodation and food

Fully online course. 

Travel reimbursement

Fully online course. 

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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