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Developing and adapting non-formal education methods to the needs of young refugees

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This booklet is the outcome of the Erasmus+ Training Course “Developing and adapting non-formal education methods to the needs of young refugees”. The project was based on sharing experience and developing and adapting workshops.

Aims of the tool

This booklet was developed to support youth workers by providing basic guidance and ideas for their future work.

Description of the tool

Some activities presented in this booklet were developed or adapted based on personal experiences of the youth workers attending the training course as well as the toolkits Compass, the manual for human rights education with young people and the Intercultural Learning T-kit, both published within the framework of the Human Rights Education Youth Programme of the Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe.

Themes: Empowerment, Cooperation & Teambuilding, Building Relationship with unaccompanied minor refugees UMR/ young migrants, Gender, Discrimination and Intolerance, Equality, Human Rights

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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Anti-Racism, Gender issues, Youth Democracy projects

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Katja Lenic Salamun (on 12 September 2018)

and last modified

27 April 2018

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