Interâmbio Juvenil – Žilina, Eslováquia | 29 de Agosto a 7 de Setembro 2013

We Are All Inclusion é um intercâmbio Europeu organizado pela associação Nadácia Krajina harmónie na Eslováquia.

Este intercâmbio irá acontecer entre 29 de Agosto e 7 de Setembro em Žilina, uma cidade do norte da Eslováquia.

“We are all in (clusion)!“ is a youth exchange that will take place in our hometown Žilina. 24 young participants with and without disabilities from Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Turkey, Slovakia and Czech Republic will meet together. The exchange will last for eight days, time in which they will have the opportunity to explore their role and place in local community (free time, work, school,…) and to share ways of creating the ” We are all in (clusion)” experience in their community. We will work on the topic of Inclusion in different workshops – art, theatre, music and we will use a lot of interactive methods in a context of non-formal education. Non-formal education methods allow the participants to share different ways of how to become a part of the community and how to be respected by others. We aim to promote the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities, as well as foster and strengthen positive feelings such as solidarity, respect and interest in differences and cultural diversity, cooperation, and active participation. We will also organize outdoor activities to build up the team spirit and improve the teamwork. The aim of this project is to show everybody, including people with disabilities, that if we try we can create “We are all in(clusion)!” in our communities.

Projecto “We are all Inclusion”
Tipo Intercâmbio Juvenil
Localização Žilina, Eslováquia
Organização Nadácia Krajina Harmónie
Datas 29 de Agosto a 7 de Setembro 2013
Idade 18 aos 25
Nº Vagas 5

Curso de Formação – Bar, Montenegro | 8 a 16 Julho 2013

In the end of the week, the participants are expected to have developed a broad mindset from which they may draw a positive attitude to act as multipliers and lead initiatives at local level, carrying out the activities conceived during the course and, eventually, developing follow-up projects with the established partnerships for the promotion of mutual understanding and interfaith dialogue.

“Coexist in Europe” is a Training Course that intends to shake young people’s minds and, especially, our preconceptions regarding the thriving religious diversity in Europe. By analyzing the causes for religious conflict (and violence) and promoting interfaith dialogue, this project, therefore, aims to address threats to peace, security and social cohesion and thus try to prevent the negative impact of religious discrimination.

The 35 young people will be hosted in Montenegro from the 8th to the 16th of July. Organized by TDM 2000 International and developed under the framework of the Action 3.1 of the Youth in Action Programme, it will take in participants representing 10 youth organizations from different European countries, from founders of the EU to recent members and, likewise, countries from South East Europe. In order to render it a valuable and unique learning experience we will be working with different techniques, mostly non- formal education methods, that is to say, that we will come up with different sorts of discussions and debates, work in small or bigger groups, participate in simulation or role-play activities, direct contact with the local population or use different media resources.

Projecto “Coexist in Europe”
Tipo Curso de Formação
Localização Bar, Montenegro
Organização TDM 2000 International
Datas 6 a 18 de Julho 2013
Idade Acima de 18
Mais informações

Curso de Formação – Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina 2 a 9 Abril 2013

“Minority Rights Education for Children” will be a training course set to empower the work of organizations both working with children on education for Minority Rights and promoting the specific rights of children with a minority background.

The main aim is to be able to give to the participants useful tools to go towards the involvement of minorities, and the mutual dialogue between them and the hosting societies, starting from children, the active citizens of tomorrow. In the 6 days of the course,staying together in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina, the 30 participants, half from EU and half from South Eastern Europe, will have the opportunity to share not only experiences and best practices but also to discuss about obstacles and ideas on how to improve the social inclusion of children coming from different minorities, and how to educate them on how to foster it.

During the course, we will cover topics such as the concept of minority itself, what institutions are dealing with them, and what is the role of NGOs in this field, especially understanding different tools for minority rights education for children. The main issue will be for sure to provide to the participant’s such tools that can be useful in making children aware of the importance of the involvement of people from such different social backgrounds, make them major agents of change in this process, and improve so the mutual dialogue between majorities and minorities. The main methodology used in the training will be non-formal education, completed by some theoretical inputs on certain parts.
The methods will include group discussions, roundtables, roleplays, simulations, and different dynamic activities stimulating creativity and active participation.

Projecto “Minority Rights Education for Children”
Tipo Curso de Formação
Localização Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
Organização LDA Mostar
Datas 2 a 9 Abril 2013
Idade Acima de 18
Nº Vagas 3

Curso de Formação – Bansko, Bulgária 17 a 25 Fevereiro 2013

This project, to be held in Bansko, Bulgaria, is funded by the Youth in Action Programme and will bring together young people from 10 different countries to explore and discuss issues related to migration and analyze the diverse manners how the related subjects are treated in our countries and in the European space in general.