This is a reference for Bruno Pizzini

EU4You

The training activity took place
in Slettestrand, Denmark
organised by InterStep
3-13 December 2019
Reference person

Bertalan Egry

(Co-trainer)
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Aims & objectives

- to enhance the knowledge of youth workers participating in the project upon EU’s impact in our daily lives;
- to enhance critical thinking and media literacy skills of youth workers;
- to provide youth workers with tools and methods to raise awareness amongst the young people upon the importance of the EU and give them skills to decipher populist message;
- to foster cooperation between European organizations active the youth field in the promotion of the EU awareness and combating Euroscepticism.

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

Target group:
- to be an active youth worker in the partner organisation;
- to prove motivation to facilitate or support young people in increasing knowledge, awareness and understanding of the EU;
- to demonstrate a plan on dissemination and multiplication of the learning outcomes;
- to be able to communicate in English fluently
Participants were from:
Romania, Republic of North Macedonia,
Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Italy, Romania,
Serbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Turkey and Denmark.

Training methods used & main activities

Introduction to the event & Hopes and Fears with the method Baltic Sea;
Team-building activities & trip to surroundings aimed at getting the participants to know each other better and start building relations. Afterwards, there were a walk around the neighborhood, so participants get familiar with the area.
Introduction to Non formal education - concepts and theories conduct a session on non formal education. During the session, we first briefly introduced the history and developments within non formal education. The session was included an introduction to concepts and theories within non formal education and a discussion on how these can be implemented in youth work.

Outcomes of the activity

Participants in the training course developed a brochure of methods and best practices on promoting
EU among young people. In this regard, the selected participants sent in advance examples of
non-formal education methods or best practices within the following topics:
- evolution of the European Union
- the decision-making process in the EU
- media literacy for a more responsible society
- fight against populism.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Co-trainer with Bertalan Egry, we planed and manage together the training course sharing workshop and task of the program.

I worked on this training for 10 days as a full time trainer.

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