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Make your voice heard

Seminar

11-15 April 2011 | Tønsberg, Norway

The theme of the training is to develop key skills and compentancies of youth proffessionals. Developing their skills in applying for planning and delivering 1.3 projects.
On this Training Course you will learn how to develop a Youth Democracy Project and complete an application for a grant of maximum € 50 000 from Youth in Action. We would like to invite all youth groups such as youth councils, youth organisations and youth clubs to send a team to this Training Course. The participants need to have plans to develop a Youth Democracy Project through Youth in Action around topics of youth participation. The project should support or promote young people’s active role in society and issues that affect young people. Each team must consist of at least 2 participants (1 youth worker/leader/coordinator and 1-2 young persons).
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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/1950

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This Seminar is

for 30 participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

NA Norway (National Agency)

Contact for questions:

Katrine Daviknes

E-Mail:

Phone: +4746615118

Costs

Board and lodging costs will be covered by the Norwegian National Agency. Travelling costs will be covered by the sending National Agency. Please check this issue with the National Agency in your country before applying.
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