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The training activity took place
in Parnu - Estonia
organised by H&H Noored
21-29 Oct 2017

Aims & objectives

- Acquiring basic knowledge on media education, to understand the main shortcomings of media opulence and behaviour on social media.
- Developing awareness about importance of media education among young people and specialists’ role in it as educators.
- Training the basic skills of ICT to reach young people and comprehend their difficulties considering cyber-bullying, problems with privacy and safety.
- Composing activities to support accurate behaviour with technology and on social media and apply them in local community after the seminar with young people.
- Discovering the No-Hate-Speech campaign and materials from the Council of Europe and being ready to apply the tools described in a proficient way.

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

H&H Noored EE, AC Amics de la Biblioteca de la Fonteta ES, Positiva Milano IT, ASOCIATIA TINERILOR ACTIVI CIVIC RO, Associazione INNOVAMENTIS IT, Unique projects LT, WALK TOGETHER ASSOCIATION BG, Wings for youth RO, BALGARSKA AGENTSIYA ZA RAZVITIE BG.

Total 23 participants

Training methods used & main activities

Games, debates, experiential learning, role games, energyzers, open space, forum theatre.

Outcomes of the activity

The influence of the media to young people should not be underestimated, on the contrary it must be dealt with. Young people are lacking critical thinking in terms of social media. Therefore, it is important to help them be media literate, so that they can protect themselves and manage their lives in the future. For this reason, young people and youth workers should acquire basic knowledge of media education, tools and activities to protect themselves and develop acceptable behaviour on social media and with technology.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Trainer, together with Helin Laane.

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

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