This is a reference for Elena Tasheva

“Advocacy for Human Rights: Share to Change”

The training activity took place
in Prizren, Kosovo
organised by OAPA Kosovo
05-13 April 2019
Reference person

Ilona Olehlova

(Main trainer)
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Aims & objectives

Main goal of the project ‘Advocacy for Human Rights: Share to Change’ is to increase competencies of the partners to create and to run effective campaigns and to raise awareness on actual human rights in their communities.
Objectives of the project:
• To develop participants competencies in the field of campaigning for human rights;
• To equip participants by competencies to effectively use social media tools to run successful campaigns making the difference;
• To design and realize two mobility activities with aim to raise competencies of youth workers and leaders in the field of human rights campaigning;
• To create and deliver human rights campaigns targeting young people in the participant’s communities;
• To support cooperation between Programme and Partner countries of the Western Balkan;
• To provide the participants an opportunity to increase their knowledge of Erasmus + Programme and work on new projects ideas aiming to develop competencies of other stakeholders in area of human rights.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Participants: 34 participants (7 countries – Kosovo, Estonia, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey)
Who: Motivated coordinators, key members, youth workers and active volunteers from the partner organizations.
Age: 18 - 35

Training methods used & main activities

• Learning by doing method
• Ice-breakers and teambuilding games to get to know each other.
• Workshops will leave room for guided but controversial discussions.
• Simulation games will allow to identify current challenges of non-formal education and show possible measures that strengthen them. These sessions will provide the participants with concrete ideas that can be implemented in their local communities, thus ensuring an important multiplier effect.
• Reflection groups will take place every evening and will serve as a platform where the participants can give feedback on the activities of the day and also share general impressions they had.

Outcomes of the activity


Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Assistant trainer to the main Trainer

I worked on this training for 7 days as a full time trainer.

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