This is a reference for Giorgi Kakulia

Youth Policy Development - Challenges and Achievements

The training activity took place
in Rustavi, Georgia
organised by Youth for the World (YFW)
23-30 March, 2013

Aims & objectives

• To reflect on the European Youth Policy and put it into relation to the situation of young people in Europe
• To develop conclusions for national youth policy development in EECA countries based on the learning experiences of EU countries and the European youth Policy
• To design local and international programmes supporting the realisation of national youth policies in EECA countries tailored to the needs of young people

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

I was training with my colleague/co-trainer Sebastian Schweitzer (Germany);

The group was composed by the 24 participants coming from 12 countries of European Union and Eastern Europe and Caucasus.

Training methods used & main activities

Various non-formal learning methods were used such are drama methods, group work, practice sessions, interactive presentations and discussions etc.

Outcomes of the activity

Participant of the training course developed competences in the field of youth work, youth policy, youth issues;

Participants developed international cooperation and most of them had a concrete international projects implemented;

Participants developed intercultural and social competences;

All these outcomes were identified during evaluation session and written questionnaires;

There is a detailed training report published online.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

My task in the team was to plan, implement and evaluate whole course with co-trainer.

Write a detailed session outlines of the sessions I run;

Wrote the final narrative report.

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

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

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