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Direction Intercultural Facilitation- Human rights education

Training Course

6-13 January 2022 | Murzasichle, Poland

The second training within a long term training course "Direction Intercultural Facilitation", which will focus on the educational approach towards human rights education among youth workers, trainers.

Direction Intercultural Facilitation- Human rights education, will be a second part of the training "Direction Intercultural Facilitation". The trening will provide an opportunity to explore human rights education in terms of the synergy between NFE and FE.

First of all, it will allow youth workers and educators an opportunity to thoroughly understand the specifics and significance of facilitation of the educational activities, its directions, approach and the complexity of the intercultural environment, with particular emphasis on human rights (as well as its challenges: misunderstandings, conflicts, "false debates", tensions). Participants will get familiar with learning to respect others and to work together is one aim of HRE. In co-operative learning people learn through working together to seek outcomes that are beneficial both to themselves and to all members of the group. Co-operative learning promotes higher achievement and greater productivity, more caring, supportive, and committed relationships and greater social competence and self-esteem. This is in contrast to what happens when learning is structured in a competitive way.

Secondly, providing participants with the tools with which they will be able to work with the above issue, through a thorough understanding of the logic of non-formal education, the importance of group dynamics, various leadership approaches, deepening mediation attitudes at work in an intercultural environment, the possibility of transforming the theoretical structure passed on in education non-formal as part of the use of non-formal methods.

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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9822

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This Training Course is

for 29 participants

from Austria, Belgium - DE, Belgium - FL, Belgium - FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Fundacja Młodzi dla Europy (Youth NGO)

Founders and associates are highly experienced in terms of volunteer programs, with particular emphasis on youth work. They have a proven conduct, coordination and participation in approximately 150 events and projects, local or international.

Fundacja Młodzi dla Europy utilizes available resources in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics and blends them with non-formal learning approaches.
Specifically:
• its members have experience on developing KA2 Adult and Youth projects and training courses for educators (20+ NGOs) on how to teach mathematics using movement and auxiliary tools in the learning process
• its members have developed and delivered 100 times a training course for educators on how to include technology (apps, memes, gifs, and online tools, Actionbound, Canva, Lumen5, 1se, Kahoot, Plikers) in their classroom. All of their activities are based on 4 pillars:
• Personal Growth. Creating learning activities from different spectrum of methods (Streams) and work-forms that are allowing the development of personal fulfillment, interpersonal skills, well-being and healthy lifestyle.
Professional Development. Equipping through learning activities from interdisciplinary sectors skills that enhance: Entrepreneurship skills, employability skills, teamwork and communication skills and experiences.
Social Inclusion. Ensuring that the learning streams stimulate an inclusive and solidarity society open to everyone working beyond gender, social, racial, health, political, or religious boxes.
• Sustainability. Providing a holistic idea to protect the environment, the economy and the people around. To reach these pillars, they offer possibilities through different non-formal streams. Streams is a metaphor for all the methods they use and often blend together to create a holistic learning experience.


As foundation we work with young people to increase their creativity. We believe that by doing different workshops and activities we are helping them to think in a creative and open-minded way, to solve problems and think out of the box, all of them being crucial soft skills in everyday live.
Our main objectives are:
-to teach youngsters the principles of entrepreneurship, as young people nowadays are struggling with a high unemployment rate across Europe and are therefore in need of improving soft skills like managing, working in a team, creative thinking based on changing disadvantages to advantages, logical thinking and rhetoric presentation skills.
-to support young people self-development and self-awerness, as youth nowadays are not confident about them selves and their future, they are lost in their lives. Through drama and improvisation theatre activities we are encouraging them to reflect about their lives and their kills and competencies, to find out their path in this world. We are promoting developing their passions and using it for future employment.

Contact for questions:

Mateusz

E-Mail:

Phone: +48512567801

Costs

Participation fee

There's no participation fee.

Accommodation and food

All costs related with the project's implementation (including boarding, meals, coffee breaks, training materials, etc.) will be covered by the Erasmus+ programme funds.

Travel reimbursement

Up to 245 EUR, moreover the organizers will provide a transportation from Kraków to the venue and way back.

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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