This is a reference for Tamar Tsatskrialashvili

Youth Work for Human Rights

The training activity took place
in Berlin, Germany
organised by Solidarus
08/12/2022 – 14/12/2022

Aims & objectives

The project was aimed at raising awareness of its participants of Human Rights dimensions in their practival youth work, promote values of Human Rights education and empower participants with methodology for such work, to inspire actions on human rights education, international solidarity and to support an active and free discussion on approaches to non-formal human rights education.

The objectives of the project were:
- to raise awareness of youth workers on human rights, its principles and values;
- to encourage participants to reflect the situation with human rights on the local, national and international levels and to be pro-active in demonstrating solidarity;
- to assist participantsto identify ways in which human rights education can enrich their work and help them to develop HRE activities for their communities;
- to create space for developing the competences of youth workers in the field of;
- to provide participants with tools and methods of non-formal education for conducting effective HRE activities offline and online;
- to help participants to create ideas for their future work in their organizations and communities to stimulate “multiplier effect” when participants of the training bring received knowledge to their organizations/communities as well as for further joint international youth exchanges.

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

Participants of this training course were youth workers, trainers, and other practitioners from Georgia, Germany, Poland, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Training methods used & main activities

The training was based on non-formal education and included experiential activities from Compass, group work, input from trainers, discussions, reflection, action planning and presentations.

Outcomes of the activity

The project effectively promoted the values of Human Rights Education, empowering participants with practical methodologies for integrating these principles into their work. As a result, participants were inspired to take actions for human rights education. Furthermore, the project facilitated an environment that supported active and free discussions on approaches to non-formal human rights education.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I worked on this training course as a full-time trainer and planned and implemented program elements.

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

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