This is a reference for Armin Cerkez

Europe accepting diversity

The training activity took place
in Novi Sad, Serbia
organised by CROP Topola
15 th – 23 rd November 2016
Reference person

Pavle Jevđić

(Co-trainer, organiser.)
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Aims & objectives

Exploring quality teamwork and partnership on European level projects

• Sharing realities related youth work programmes existing in our organisations/communities about discrimination, exclusion, marginalisation of different groups (including migrants and refugees) in our communities

• Understanding basic concepts, approaches and needs analysis of Intercultural acceptance of diversity and Fundamental / Human Rights in Europe

• Understanding and sharing the situations and challenges to face when organising projects about diversity and youth in Europe

• Introducing in details Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme KA1 Mobility projects for young people and youthworkers

• Visiting local youth organisation dealing with the topics of the PBA

• Introducing in details the procedures and application forms of the Erasmus+ YiA KA1

• Initiating and developing at least 6 Erasmus+ YiA projects promoting intercultural acceptance of diversity in our local communities and on European level

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

Project gather 24 participants from 18 organisations and 16 countries (Serbia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Slovenia, Romania, Italy, France, Slovakia, Poland).

Training methods used & main activities

Wall writing, small groups, interactive discussions. National small working groups on creating posters and then presentations in plenary about their realities; Interactive discussion. Creating promotional posters and stands of their organisations, exhibition, interviews, and presentations.

Outcomes of the activity

Participants where able to represent their sending organisations and enter into new partnerships and new project proposals during this PBA. The goal of this PBA is to establish partnerships for Erasmus+ Youth in Action projects tackling current issues in Europe regarding refugees, immigrants and diversity in general.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Experienced trainers facilitate whole process of PBA. We where presenting and assisting with partnership building and project development during the event.

I worked on this training for 8 days as a full time trainer.

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