This is a reference for Nana Saginashvili

We Can

The training activity took place
in Germany
organised by IAPDD
Reference person

Marc Jongen

(co trainer)
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Aims & objectives

By organizing this project we achieved:
• To train and develop new tools, methods for youth workers, leader, teachers working with young offenders and bullies; Combine their knowledge in a
Toolkit-"Stand By ME";
• To give a space to young people to speak out and be involved in the processes influencing to them;
• To raise awareness of bullying through Anti-Bullying Week and other coordinated, shared campaigns as a follow up actions;
Within the project, there were 2 youth Mobility Activities:
(A1)Training course 15-22 October, 2017 Germany
(A2) Youth Exchange 06-16 February, 2018 Germany

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

Marc Jongen
Nana Saginashvili
Sevgi Sarikaya
Fani Palouki
Helen Barla

Training methods used & main activities

A wide variety of non-formal learning methods applied throughout the whole project which included individual and group learning, role-plays, inputs, inter
cultural events, group-building, presentations ( from the participants and from the trainers), group discussions, role-plays, simulation games, editing and publishing new tools, questionnaires and evaluation forms, reflection groups. Participants engaged in plenary discussions which follow presentations,

Outcomes of the activity

Toolkit : Stand By Me

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Marc Jongen
Sevgi Sarikaya

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

Testimonial of the reference person

It is always pleasure to work together.

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