the Intercultural training course in Human Rights Education “Play it Right!”, in Târgu Jiu, RomaniaDETAILS about the training “Play it Right!”, Romania, 25.09-03.10.2010
Youth and Regional Development Association is going to carry out the Intercultural training course in Human Rights Education “Play it Right!”, in Târgu Jiu, Romania, at the end of September (25.09-03.10.2010).
The participants will be familiarized with different methods on human rights education and how best to use it and adapt it to their local contexts and realities, to develop strategies and activities to address different forms of discrimination, having also the possibility to establish “Rights Bridges” between human rights education youth workers at European level.
The project will involve 30 participants from 9 countries (Ukraine, Republic of Moldova, Spain, Estonia, Turkey, Armenia, Serbia, Hungary, Romania) and will follow two main directions, on the one hand will be the input from the training team and on the other hand, the methods presented will be empowered by examples form each participating country that will bring an important intercultural experience to the project.
Profile of participants:
-18-35 years old
-representatives of minorities, youth workers and youth leaders especially working with minority groups, disfavoured youngsters and young people that are interested in developing activities regarding the concept of human rights education.
‘This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.’
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