The ‘Training course on Counter and Alternative Narratives to hate Speech’ develops the competences of youth workers, youth leaders and educators to use the manual We CAN! with young people.
The Summer School follows on the experience and proposals of the 2016 seminar to develop the capacities of young refugees as actors and agents of change in their communities. It is based on the principles of empowerment and participation of young refugees and it aims at reinforcing resilience and leadership skills.
The training took place in Hammamet, Tunisia, within the frame of the 5th edition of the Mediterranean University on Youth and Global Citizenship (MedUni). The MedUni is the youngest sister of the Network of Universities on Youth and Global Citizenship. Hate speech is one of the most frequent and most used techniques for discrimination of… Read more »
Desrciption: This Symposium is the key event in the EU – CoE youth partnership’s work in 2017. The Symposium will gather up to 120 participants and it will increase their knowledge on youth policy realities, challenges and its principles of governance. It will also support them to further develop their policy practice. It is organised in the framework of the… Read more »
Participation fee: 700 EuroThis course uses interactive and participatory methods, participants will learn from each other with the help of trainers (who will use appropriate teaching methods). The objectives of the programme are: – to develop a common language for education for diversity and a transversal approach to diversity in the context of citizenship education… Read more »
You’re young, graduated and ready for work. And yet you are still having trouble getting an interview for a job. Is it the crisis? Your lack of experience? Or is it your name?In collaboration with Committee 21 March, there will be a brainstorming session about unemployment and labor market discrimination. On these topics, young Amsterdammers… Read more »