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  •                                                                                                                                        This is the training course where you can develop your trainer competencies
    in working with Human Rights Education on national and international level!
     
    Objectives:

     

    ■ Developing trainers’ knowledge and compe-

    tencies in key concepts of Human Right Educa-

    tion with young people.

    ■ Reviewing and addressing essential compe-

    tencies, skills and attitudes for a trainer when

    working with Human Rights Education in non-

    formal learning setting.

    In this training:
     

    ■ An analysis of the competencies, skills and values of

    trainers working with Human Rights Education.

    ■ Practical workshops on essential skills and attitudes

    for trainers.

    ■ A review of the evolution of Human Rights Education

    in Europe and the present challenges that it faces.

    ■ Opportunities to share experiences and challenges

    of developing Human Rights education in formal and

    non-formal education settings.

    General information
     
    ■Dates: April 16-25, 2014.
     
    ■Location: Armenia, city of Dilijan.
     
    ■The working language is English.
     
    ■36 Participants from 12 countries.
     
    ■Only for people from:
    Finland, Armenia, Egypt,
    Macedonia, Palestine, Hungary, Ukraine, Italy,
    The Netherlands. Latvia, Germany, Serbia.
     
    Financial conditions
     
    ■Accommodation and catering are fully covered.
     
    ■70% Reimbursement of travel expenses.
     
    Travel reimbursement
    Expenses for accommodation and catering,
    as well as 70 percent* of your travel costs
    are covered with financial support from
    Youth in Action programme of the European
    Union.
     
    About the organisation
     
    Loesje is an international network of young, creative citi-
    zens organised in both local informal groups and national
    associations. It is also a “Dutch girl” who so-to-say signs all
    the posters. The foundation ‘Loesje International’ was founded
    in the Netherlands, and has its international office in Berlin.
    The Loesje network’s main focus areas are culture and crea-
    tive expression; human rights and democracy; international
    peace, tolerance and the fight against racism and xenophobia;
    environmental protection and climate change and internation-
    al as well as personal development. With the posters Loesje
    inspires people to reflect, take action and form their own
    opinions. As well as this, Loesje develops inspiring projects
    which create space for the participants to develop and express
    their ideas, thoughts and opinions, and offer opportunities to
    disseminate the results to a wider audience, both locally and
    internationally.
     
    Deadline: 28th February
     
    For more information and for the application form contact: martina@loesje.org
     
     
     

     

     

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  • Voting

    Yes! We can vote again for the International Series :-) Until Wednesday you can raise your voice. Take care and happy voting. 

  • SHE SITS BEHIND THE WINDOW / NICE RINGS / CUTE BRACELET AND HER INVISIBLE CHAIN

     

    WAS THAT A WINK OR A CRY FOR HELP

     

    LOVERBOY / NEVER DUMPED A BOYFRIEND THIS QUICKLY

     

    RED LIGHT DISTRICT / WILL THE TOUR INCLUDE THE EXPLOITER

     

    PROSTITUTE / WHO GETS THAT FROM THEIR CAREER TEST