Training: “Fa-silly-tators! Exploring humour in non-formal Education and youth projects”
-> 24.-30.11.2019. Vienna
„Fa-silly-tators“ is a 7-day seminar that will take place in Vienna from 24th to 30th of November 2019. The seminar will bring together 32 participants from 20 countries in Europe (Austria, Ireland, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, Italy, Estonia, France, Spain, Serbia, Portugal, Albania, Moldova, Romania, Germany, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Switzerland and Hungary). During this Training you will learn and exchange methods and best practices on how to use humour to empower youth with fewer opportunities and marginalized groups, how to do humour from a feminist/antiracist/queer/etc. lens, when to use humour and how to deal with conflicts around it. Find more about the project in the call for participants here.
Training and Youth Exchange: “Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying”
-> Training for Youth Leaders 01.-09.10.2019.
-> Youth Exchange 05. -13.11.2019.
“Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying” is a training course which
will bring 29 youth workers, leaders from 8 different countries
together to get enough knowledge about ‘cyberbullying’; to learn how
European Institutions are tackling it and creating tools (e-book,
videos etc.) for youth workers for preventing bullying and being
marginalized of young people.
Instead of being afraid of ICTs, we would like to support skills of youth workers and leaders to be conscious users.
Find more about the project in the call for participants here below:
Training Course on “Volunteers management”
11-17 November 2019
After the successful completion of the training courses “Human Rights from A to Z”, “EVS from A to Z” and “Mentoring from A to Z”, we are pleased to publish the call for participants for another training course from the A to Z series. Volunteers Managementtraining course is the first activity within the Volunteering from A to Z project and will take place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in the period 11th till 17th November2019. The training will gather 32 representatives of organizationsfrom 13 countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and Bulgaria.