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In Transition: Youth work addressing Global justice

Training Course

16-23 March 2024 | Coma-Ruga (Tarragona), Spain

The course “In Transition” aims to be an entry point to reflect on the violations of human rights that globalisation entails at the planetary level and the inequities that occur between the communities of the global South and the global North.


The course “In Transition” aims to be an entry point to reflect on the violations of human rights that globalisation entails at the planetary level and the inequities that occur between the communities of the global South and the global North.

Through the programme, we will share youth work experience and practices:

To raise awareness of the social, economic and environmental costs of globalisation 

To develop youth work competences addressing global justice intersection with human rights

To explore the interconnection between global south and global north and develop strategies promoting constructive critical thinking for action

To discover youth work initiatives and exchange of practices addressing the current systemic crisis.

The course will also foster cooperation strategies among youth work organisations as a direct follow-up of the project.

Profile of participants

The project is designed for 26 youth workers, trainers, youth workers of all ages who wish to develop competences to implement initiatives promoting global justice and based on the principles of intercultural democratic citizenship and human rights education.

Candidates from programme countries registered Erasmus+ organisations (with OID) are welcomed to apply for this course. 

Participants will be selected by the coordination team according to their Application form. Previous experience, youth work background and the potential to develop concrete follow-up will be specially taken into account.


Methodological approach

The course is conceived in ways that require active participation and exchange between participants. The methodological approach is grounded on participants’ experiences and builds on concrete actions for the future. 

The methodology of the training is based on the main principles of experiential learning cycle and human rights education. The programme includes the direct practice and interaction with other civil society organisations and Global justice programmes 

It is expected that the impact of the course will be translated by the participant in the use of these methodologies at local and regional level, as well as in the creation of synergies and the increase of cooperation among youth work organisations at the European level. 

This Training Course is prepared by an experienced team of international trainers, members of the Council of Europe Pool of Trainers with expertise on Global Justice and Human Rights Education. They are logistically supported by the staff of the Association of Human Rights Education.

Participants will be guided along the course to elaborate on youth worker’s competences to produce their Youthpass.


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Training overview


This activity has already happened!

This Training Course is

for 26 participants

from Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers

Working language(s):



Association of Human Rights Educators - AHEAD (Youth NGO)

Based in Barcelona, AHEAD supports since 2009 youth work, intercultural dialogue and human rights education as conditions to strengthen the commitment towards a culture of peace, environmental and global justice, democratic citizenship and solidarity among communities.

AHEAD holds the Erasmus+ Accreditation and the ESC Quality Label. It has a sound experience on youth workers' mobilities, youth participation activities and non-formal education tools and methodologies working on inclusion projects with young people from diverse cultural backgrounds, creating dialogue opportunities and synergies with Civil Society Organisations, and the public administration representatives.

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Phone: +34 XXX XX XXX


Participation fee

There is an enrolment fee of 35€

Accommodation and food

Full board and accommodation for the duration of the Training Course will be provided and paid for by the organisers.

Travel reimbursement

The travel costs will be reimbursed up to the Erasmus+ programme rules. Green travel is encouraged and economically supported. Selected participants will receive an Infopack with further details.

Visa Costs will be reimbursed.

Do not book your travel until your participation has been confirmed !!

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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