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EduGaming, Training for designing educational games

Training Course

8-17 March 2013 | Sremski Karlovci, Serbia

This project will be focused on developing specific competencies in designing educational games for youth workers, facilitators and trainers, on topics related to social exclusion and global challenges.
Main aim of "EduGaming" training course is to raise the capacity of youth organization to contribute to a cohesive and active society. Specific objectives that this project aims to achieve: 1) To increase the level of knowledge in topics like: environmental, poverty, gender equality, other global issues, social exclusion, intercultural dialogue, etc 2) To develop practical competencies in designing and applying new educational games in youth work; 3) To develop pro-active attitudes to approach excluded young people; 4) To increase the level of creativity, innovation, self confidence and trust in educational games; 5) To enable youth workers to act as educational games multipliers in their communities 6) To contribute to a long term change in educational approach in youth field. Target group and criteria for selecting 25 active youth workers /coordinators/facilitators/ activists (no age limit): - working in educational field (formal or non-formal), community empowerment and social inclusion; - have a need to develop competencies in alternative methods for working with their target groups – as educational games for increasing the quality of their intervention in their communities; - have at least intermediate level of English language, in order to be able to participate in discussions and in training activities; - have experience in developing and implementing educational activities (could be an advantage). The participants should be resident of one of following countries: Serbia, Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, UK, France, Portugal. *(Important Note: applications from people residents in other countries (regardless if they are nationals of the countries mentioned before will not be accepted)

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Training overview

This activity has already happened!

This Training Course is

for 25 participants

from Bulgaria, France, Italy, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Western Balkan countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Facilitators, Activists

Working language(s):



The Youth Dialogue Programme (Youth NGO)

The Youth Dialogue Programme is strongly dedicated to working on human rights and social justice. Its particular focus is empowerment of young people, especially the ones coming from marginalised and vulnerable groups. Most of the organisation’s activities have been implemented on local and regional level, with the young people in Serbia and Kosovo and later on in the Middle East. Throughout the work, we have realized that in these issues, the more global attitude is needed and it is important to emphasise the global perspective and global interdependencies in order to truly empower a young person. The reasoning behind was to develop a sense of common responsibility for the future of young people’s local communities from a global perspective. Therefore, this training course is one step forward in this process that will allow YDP to take its experience and passion to the next level and add the global perspective to its grassroots work.

Contact for questions:

Snezana Baclija Knoch


Phone: 00381641208119


This project is funded by the Youth in Action Programme. According to its rules, all costs of board and logging will be covered by the organisers. In addition, the Youth Dialogue Programme is going to reimburse 70% of the participants’ travel costs, upon the receipt of all original tickets and invoices.

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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