Date(s) - 12/11/2021 - 21/11/2021
Manchester, Spojené kráľovstvo
The overall aim of the training was to train youth workers to involve youth in exploring gender equality and combating inequality.
The methodology of the training:
Methodology of the project was based on an intercultural approach and non-formal education. We have prepared a dedicated workshop (theory and practice) on non-formal education to enable participants to understand how this tool can be used and applied in their everyday youth work reality. General methodology reflected different learning styles/needs.
We aimed to create a safe environment for learning and the flow and counter flow from the individual needs to the group needs, from the topic to the individual and so on. The training utilized a variety of exercises, combining individual and team work, learner-centered ways, theoretical inputs and approaches to increase the active participation of youth workers during the planned activities. We employed a variety of different tools: ice-breakers, name games, short activities allowing participants to learn each other’s names, team-building activities, energizers, small group work, large group work, simulation activities and role plays, media workshops ( new media, social media, multimedia), dance workshops, intercultural activities, open-space activities, peer review, self-evaluation.
Participants were from Romania , UK , Hungary , Estonia , Bulgaria , Lithuania , Turkey , Italy , Greece and Slovakia .