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This is a reference for Grigor Yeritsyan

Global Inter-Cultural Learning

The training activity took place
in Tallinn, Estonia
organised by MTÜ EV-Razam
30.09.12 - 07.10.12

Aims & objectives

AIMS:
- to explore the theme of anti-discrimination
- to advocate for the techniques of non-formal learning
- to explore the Youth in Action Programme
- to develop cooperation across Europe and enhance European networking

Objectives:
- to introduce the concept of intercultural learning and explain how young people can avoid creating more stereotypes
- to learn about cultural diversity in different parts of Europe
- to develop a shared understanding of intercultural learning
- to be able to use the techniques of non-formal learning with young people within their own organisations
- to have a good working knowledge of the EU Youth in Action Programme
- to develop new projects

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

22 youth leaders, youth workers and students from EU countries (Estonia, Lithuania, Bulgaria) and Neighboring Partner Countries (Armenia, Georgia, Belarus) who are actively involved in different youth projects and NGOs.

Training methods used & main activities

The project was based on the principles of active participation and non-formal education. The needs, interests and experiences of participants were taken into account. Participants had an opportunity to make personal contributions and were encouraged to organize their own projects as well as to transfer what they have learned to young people in their country and organizations.

Outcomes of the activity

The project activities encouraged friendships, establishment of partnership and cooperation relationships among project participants and promoter organizations. New projects were developed.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was a Full-Time Trainer with my colleague from Lithuania. I was responsible for the content of the project. I developed the sessions with my Intercultural team and ran several programme elements.

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

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