This is a reference for Maram Anbar

“Space for Inter-religious Dialogue”

The training activity took place
in Struga, Macedonia
organised by Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID)
7-13 April 2011

Aims & objectives

The main aim of this training course is to prepare youth workers on how to deal with religious issues and to promote dialogue among youth with different religion belonging in international youth work, and to create a space for open discussion of interactions and influences, between, belonging of certain religion and the need to promote understanding of inter-religion dialogue between them in order to challenge ignorance and prejudices and foster mutual respect.

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

The participants were from Italy, Israel, Spain, Albania, Azerbaijan, Palestine, Egypt, Jordan, Georgia, Austria, Macedonia, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, France, Ireland, Kosovo, Latvia, Montenegro, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia, Turkey,

Training methods used & main activities

Non-Formal methods, experiential learning, and the use of audio-visual material

Outcomes of the activity

Understanding the challenges of working on inter-religious dialogue and methods to address issues such as discrimination, prejudices, conflict, etc.
Tools and methods to work and promote inter-religious dialogue activities in the different local communities.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

As a trainer my role involved preparation of the program, developing and running different sessions and activities, and supporting the logistical team in the finalization of the report.

I worked on this training for 7 days days as a full time trainer.

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