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Youth Workers for Better Europe

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This brochure is prepared with the purpose of giving a overview of the international Training Course
“Youth Workers for Better Future“ that was organised by the Zentralrat der Serben in Deutschlande.V. in Berlin 1-8 Marc 2018.

Aims of the tool

-to introduce audience about European values and how young people see it
-to share experience the participants gained during the training course Youth Workers for Better Future
- to reflect the migrant crisis form the participants view

Description of the tool

The start of the brochure focuses on the context of the training describing its background, the
main aim and objectives, participants’ profile, the programme, the methodology that was used and
learning outcomes. The concluding part of brochure gives a brief evaluation made by participants
in form of article.

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Tool overview

Youth Workers for Better Europe

This tool is for

youth workers, young people, all interested in the topic European values, migrant crisis

and addresses

European Citizenship

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mirjana Vasic (on 14 August 2018)

and last modified

17 June 2018

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