This is a reference for Nana Saginashvili

They Can Take our Houses not our Future

The training activity took place
in Germany
organised by IAPDD

Aims & objectives

The aim of the seminar was to bring together youth workers works on regular base or started to work with migrants and refugees with the aim to search together solution for how to improve and promote their inclusions and reduce their disadvantages.

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

Marc Jongen
Nana Saginashvili
Sevgi Sarikay

Training methods used & main activities

The working methods of the seminar was based on non-formal education. It was both theoretical and practical approach where it’s necessary: Workshops debates, discussions, interviews, group work, power point presentations and national presentations, interactive games were used during the seminar. It was dived into 4 blocks. Every block was chaired by a specialist on the theme, who introduced the topic.

Outcomes of the activity

The seminar supported to develop the participant’s competences, skills and working tools with inclusion projects in order for better respond to the need of young people and reduce their disadvantages;

The seminar promoted to develop of the network between different sectors tackling the Refugee Crisis in order to create an effective and sustainable cooperation and promoting follow up projects and initiatives for their inclusion and participation both within the framework of the Erasmus+ and on the local

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

a trainer

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

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