Europe is facing with increasing number of migrants and refugees while the risk of radicalization, which mostly affects youth, is growing. Number of young, socially excluded, people are being drawn into extremist movements in their search for identity and a place in society
The training is designed for youth workers and young representatives of CSOs involved in work with socially excluded youth who seek to build their capacities in order to influence public policies. Training is based on non-formal learning methodologies including visiting lecturers, meetings with representatives of the relevant institutions, networking activities for creating a sound and sustainable cooperation among participants, analysis of the existing best practices by presenting personal experiences and reflections of the participants, interactive sessions, debates and case studies. The outline of the training programme is available here.
Working language: English
Eligible countries: Belgium, Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
Deadline for submission of applications is 14 March, 2017. Participants will be informed about the results of the call no later than 20th of March, 2017.
Training is organised by the Centre for Democratic Transition – Montenegro with support of its partners: JumpIn – Italy, Proni Center for Youth Development â€“ Bosnia and Hercegovina, Central European Heritage – Hungary , Asylum Protection Center – Serbia, EUFRAK-EuroConsults – Germany, Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilisâ€œ â€“ Macedonia and European Projects Association – Belgium.
Travel, accommodation and lodging will be provided by the organiser.
The training is part of the project â€œEmpower for Change of Stigmatizing Attitudesâ€ co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
If you want to take part in the training fill in the application available below: