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Knocking on NFE’s Door: Non-Formal Education and Active Participation

The training activity took place
in Sarezzo, Italy
organised by Informagiovani del Comune di Sarezzo (Youth Information Centre of the Municipality of Sarezzo)
25th February – 2nd March, 2016

Aims & objectives

● to develop the participants’ competences in using non-formal education in youth work, focusing on active participation;
● to create and share methods focused on active participation in youth work;
● to explore the topic of active participation in youth work and to share knowledge and experience on the subject.

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

France, Italy, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom and Sweden.

Training methods used & main activities

The training was a learning-by-doing experience and participants had the opportunity to engage in activities which offered them a deeper understanding of the concept of active participation and on how non-formal education can be used to increase active participation in their communities.

Outcomes of the activity

This TC opened the world of non-formal education; theories, methods, tools, activities... to a new generation of youth workers.
Moreover, by experiencing the basic process learning in an intercultural setting, improved participants awareness towards other cultures and increased their abilities to work
in an international team.
A publication inspired by the outcomes of this TC will be soon online.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Co-trainer together with other 3 trainers from France, Romania and Spain.

I worked on this training for 6 days as a full time trainer.

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