This is a reference for Laris Guerri

C4C - Communication for Cooperation in Youth Work

The training activity took place
in Vinci, Italy
organised by Associazione Agrado
5-11 October 2018
Reference person

Olga Kuczynska

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Aims & objectives

This project was the second edition of the TC C4C, held in October 2017 in Lisbon, organised by Ha Moment and managed together with Associazione Agrado.
After having tested the potential of the learning sessions and seen the successful results in participants in the first edition, we wanted to carry out this second edition in Italy, with some changes and improvements and new partners.
This edition had its focus on how develop communication and cooperation competences in youth workers using non-formal methodologies, in order to apply in the International Youth field, and in daily activities between youth workers and youngsters, with special focus on inclusion and group diversity.
The project wanted to improve the subtle communication skills (and their connections with relationships and values) of Youth workers and organisations providing them competences, tools and methods to address their work to marginalised youth - especially at risk of exclusion and with violent and risky behaviours.

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

Countries involved were: Italy, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, FYRM, Lithuania, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania.
20 participants (Youth workers) from 10 organisations.

Training methods used & main activities

We used non-formal education methods and tools like Team building, posters, discussion, world cafè, videos, empathy cards, Dixit cards, evaluation and self-assessmnet moments.
About new methods and professional/personal development in communication we worked on Non violent Communication and Transactional Analysis.

Outcomes of the activity

1. To gain the knowledge about different forms, strategies, norms and mistakes of communication
2. To gain practical skills of communication to be used in working with diversity and inclusion
3. To experience the barriers of cooperation and learn from them strategies to cope in a daily life situations especially with marginalised youth
4. To learn how to give and receive feedback
5. To gain skills of using non-violent communication methods by M. Rosenberg and adapt it to personal use within diverse groups
6. To gain skills of transactional analysis for understanding connections between communication and relationships
7. To acquire competencies of public speaking
8. To trigger discussion about values and human rights and how positive communication skills can open everyone to share common fundamental values of our society: freedom, tolerance and respect

Products were :
a. Website:
b. Blog:
c. Handbook:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Trainer full time.
Expert especially in Transactional Analysis and Feedback

I worked on this training for 6 days as a full time trainer.

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