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Inspectors for Accessibility

Training Course

1-8 February 2015 | Craiova , Romania

The training course aims at equipping youth workers (28 youth workers from Romania, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia and Lithuania) with a set of skills, methods and activities on working with mixed abilities groups.
Inspectors for Accessibility is a training course involving a group with 28 participants with mixed abilities from 8 countries: Romania, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia and Lithuania, Activity that will take place in Craiova, Romania, in February 2015. The training course aims at equipping youth workers with a set of skills, methods and activities on working with mixed abilities groups. Accessibility is the fundamental component of equality in societies. It is about giving equal access to everyone. Without being able to access the facilities and services found in the community, persons with disabilities will never be and feel fully included. Still in many societies, there are innumerable obstacles and barriers that hinder persons with disabilities such as stairs, lack of information in accessible formats such as Braille and sign language, and community services provided in a form which persons with disabilities are not able to understand. Even if the international legal framework - The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and the European documents would guarantee the rights of persons with disabilities, even if offered with opportunities, the approach is not inclusive. Having inclusive international youth activities means that youngsters with different abilities would come together and are being offered with the same opportunities to participate. But working with mixed abilities groups is always a challenge for youth workers who have neither the expertise nor the chance to get their skills and competencies improved when it comes to mixed abilities groups in international events. When organizing an international youth event for mixed abilities group, is a wide range of measures that the associations and youth workers should be taking – from working on inclusive attitudes, to boosting up the intercultural communication, from respecting the rights to tailoring up the programme so that it would fit to all the learning needs as well as ensuring a physical space that would be accessible for everyone. Inspectors for Accessibility offers the opportunity to explore all these aspects as well as to pilot an innovative set of methodologies when working with a mixed abilities group. At the end of the training, the youth workers will have improved skills and competencies as well as the opportunity to adapt and replicate the methodologies both in their communities as well as in other international youth events

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Training overview


This activity has already happened!

This Training Course is

for 28 participants

from Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Spain, Turkey

and recommended for

Youth workers

Working language(s):



Center for Sustainable Community Development CSCD (Youth NGO)

CSCD – Center for Sustainable Community Development is a nongovernmental, apolitical association established in January 2010 and mainly operating in the rural areas of SW part of Romania. Since its establishment, CSCD had been developing youth participation opportunities for vulnerable youth, with a special focus on rural youth. The main projects of activities of the association had been integrating human rights education, social animation, education for citizenship and intercultural education as learning approaches. Since 2012, CSCD had been constantly involved with TGBDER’s international projects and activities on learning methodologies for mixed abilities group and with the support of our Turkish partner and of the current partnership structure, had been successfully applying and getting the support of the European Commission – Erasmus +, Key Action 1 to implement its first training course for mixed abilities’ groups.

Contact for questions:

Adina Calafateanu


Phone: 0040741075409


See the infopack for travel cost reimbursement for participants from your country. Accommodation and meals covered 100% Visa costs reimbursed 100% Participation fee: 20 eur

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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