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CORE 2- Challenging Europe

The training activity took place
in Vinci, Italy
organised by Associazione Agrado
13-20 September 2016

Aims & objectives

CORE 2 aimed to explore the situation on migrants and xenophoby in the different countries (fears, stereotypes,..) and will promote Youthwork and NFE as tools and methods to fight the raising attitude to racism, xenophoby and exclusion in order to spread an European culture of peace among the new generations.
• Provide Youth Workers with practical tools on conflict management, stereotypes and migration issues that can use with youth in raising their awareness on these issues;
• Improve youth work quality and enhance the role of youth workers and NGOs as social facilitators;
• Facilitate the participants acquisition of a positive attitude towards conflict and the use of it as positive tool of transformation in youth work and in their lives;
• Share common concern on topics and international cooperation;
• Recognition of the educational value of NFE activities - Creation of outcomes (a daily Blog and a Booklet) to spread in order to give our contribution to Youth Workers empowerment.

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

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Trainers, Educators, Responsibles of Organisations.
3 participants from the 7 following countries: Italy, Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia.

Training methods used & main activities

Non-formal tools, Theatre of oppressed, some board games on the topics of sustainability and stereotypes, and simulation games, taking care to provide a strong experiential impact on participants and organisations.

Outcomes of the activity

Here the link to the Blog written daily by participants:

Booklet coming soon.....

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

My role was:
Organiser, Group team building, activity on cultural differences, Reflection and evaluation activities.

I worked on this training for From 13 to 19 September days as a full time trainer.

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