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Tolerance 360

The training activity took place
in Slettestrand, Denmark
organised by InterCollege SaP
25th November – 4th December 2019
Reference person

Aliaksej Burnosenka

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Aims & objectives

The objectives of the project, aimed at training youth workers, are enlisted below;
1. To influence youth workers to encourage young people to appreciate the meaning of culture and tolerance;
2. To make youth workers reflect on the importance of cultural tolerance and its relevance among young people;
3. To demonstrate to youth workers the results of intolerance of each other’s culture;
4. To give youth workers the competence to react to and manage cultural intolerance;
5. To train youth workers on how cultural tolerance could be fostered through non-formal education;
6. To give youth workers the competence to help in the integration of immigrants.

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

Target group were youth workers who had:
- Active role in the partner organizations (or closely affiliated) in the field of youth work;
- Good command of English, both in speaking and writing;
- Availability for the whole duration of the activity;
- Willingness to actively participate and to take part in the dissemination and follow-up;
- Potential to be positively impacted by the activity;
- Actively involved in promoting culture, tolerance and have in their own way helped immigrants to integrate in society.
The participants were from Turkey, Hungary, Finland, Italy, Macedonia, Romania and Denmark.

Training methods used & main activities

I delivered the workshop called Cultural Conflict, a role game based on 2 cultures with their own rules and roles. The participants were separated in 2 groups and they had to discover as many aspects as possible from the other culture.
After there was an introduction and discussion on the Paradox of Tolerance.

Outcomes of the activity

The youth were empowered with clear understanding of tolerance and their ability to motivate and empower local youth groups.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was co.trainer providing workshop on Culture conflict and the concept of paradox of tolerance.

I worked on this training for 10 days as a full time trainer.

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