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Training Course Diversity, Non-formal Education and Diversity in European Youth Work

The training activity took place
in Weimar, Germany
organised by EJBW-Europäische Jugendbildungs -und Begegnungsstätte Weimar
28.10 - 04.11.2015
Reference person

Markus Rebitschek

(Project manager)
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Aims & objectives

-skills in appreciative and constructive approach with diversity, participation and identity
-discuss and interchange former handling in youth work regarding the topic diversity
-expose failures in the past and points of potential disinterest coming from the side of youth
while dealing with the topic of anti-discrimination
-discuss new advantages that the diversity approach brings into anti-discrimination youth
work and to dissemination of information
-encourage youth workers to use the diversity approaches when planning and implementing
activities with youth
-practice newly adopted methods on youth workers' experienced cases; discuss and
understand the importance of visible dissemination of the results of every single anti-
discrimination project

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

The participants were partner promoters and their responsible staff members. They were from Albania, BiH, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Sweden.

The team was composed of:
- for the coordination: Markus Rebitschek, Lohe Christian and Dorina Weißbach from EJBW (Germany)
- for the team: Evelina Taunyte (Lithuania/Germany) and Margaux Richet (France/Germany)

Training methods used & main activities

Inclusive participation methods and non-formal education methods such as role plays, simulations energizers, positioning exercise with reflections and statements about "Diversity" in a , teamwork to reflect about group building processes and language games to overcome language barriers.

Outcomes of the activity

The participants
- Explored Influence of their own Behavior on others
- Worked on their perceptions of "diversity"
- Developped methods and tools to deal with Diversity

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

As a full-time trainer I was responsible with my colleague Evelina Taunyte of the implementation of the activities.

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

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