20/11/2023 - 30/11/2023
Training course of best practices to promote an inclusive, respectful and interculturally sensitive learning environment. To enable educators from different countries to actively recognize hate speech, discrimination and exclusion in everyday pedagogical life and to counteract it safely and effectively through sensitization, preventive measures and constructive interventions.
EDUCATION ABOUT MECHANISMS OF HATE SPEECH, DISCRIMINATION AND EXCLUSION
EXCHANGE ON DIFFERENT FORMS OF THESE PHENOMENA IN DIFFERENT CULTURAL CONTEXTS
STRENGTHENING OF INTERVENTION SKILLS
PROMOTING INCLUSION AND RESPECT FOR DIVERSITY AND DIVERSITY, BOTH IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND IN OTHER SOCIAL CONTEXTS
STRENGTHENING OF MEDIA LITERACY
EXCHANGE BEST PRACTICES AND EXPERIENCES FROM RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES AND EXPLORING NON-FORMAL LEARNING TOOLS AND METHODS
SUPPORT FOR SELF-REFLECTION AND LONG-TERM, SUSTAINABLE CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
ABILITY TO DESIGN EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS AND WORKSHOPS FOR THE PREVENTION OF HATE SPEECH AND DISCRIMINATION
SUPPORTING LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIPS AND FUTURE COLLABORATIONS TO DEVELOP POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS
Training course is for everyone who is interested in the topic and is in daily contact with youngsters either as a youth worker, teacher, leader, volunteer, is part of any organization where young people are gathering, school or sport clubs, and etc. From the age of 18+.
Participants will be from Bulgaria , Italy , Romania , Greece , Spain and Slovakia . There will be 4 participants from each country.
Accommodation HERE and food will be provided and financed from the Erasmus + program during the whole project. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 180 euro. Detailed information regarding financial procedures are written in FAQ and will be further explained with selected participants.
Registration is open until form is closed. Closed form mean we already finished choosing participants and therefore it is not possible to apply anymore.