in association with Amber Initiatives
Τίτλος : «Addressing European Mobility»
Τόπος : Plymouth, United Kingdom
Ημερομηνίες : 5 εώς 11 Ιουλίου 2013
Συμμετέχοντες : 2 άτομα 18 εώς 35 ετών
Καλύπτονται το 70% των εξόδων μεταφοράς και το 100% διαμονής διατροφής.
Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)
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A migrant community is a hard-to-reach community. We have worked in this field for 8 years and
managed to build strong links with local migrant communities and are proud of this achievement.
This course will reflect strongly on anti-racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia as this, unfortunately,
still is prevalent all over the world. Raising awareness of economic and social conditions
throughout Europe, and how they affect young migrant people, opens the door to a discussion of
Anti Oppressive Practice, and we intend to undergo specific activities based on tackling such social obstacles.
We are offering a training course that will not only raise awareness regarding migration , diversity and
Anti-Oppressive Practice (AOP) to tackle discrimination, but particularly concerning minority
groups such as Romani Gypsy people.
This training will enable the sharing of experiences and knowledge, give opportunity to create new tools and methods
that enable youth workers and leaders, who work with young people, to promote cohesion and social inclusion between young people.
The project will be based on best practice in the YiA field, where we are very experienced, and will use tools
and methods from our extensive resource base. We have also planned the involvement of local young people
and community representatives to give their points of view on the work.
Methodology will mix theoretical and practical learning sessions. Working methods will be interactive and
active involvement will be stimulated by trainer/facilitators throughout the course. Questions, groups
and individual works, sharing and brainstorming activitieswill be used to reassure better concepts’ understanding and assimilation.
More specifically, the methodology will consist of:
-Group discussions and reflections
-Action methods (workshop teaching mode)
-Peer exchange of good practices
Venue : Legacy Plymouth International Hotel is located in Plymouth, close to Saltram House, Charles Church
and National Marine Aquarium. Nearby points of interest also include University of Plymouth and National Maritime Aquarium.
Participating Countries : United Kingdom, Hungary, Romania, Spain, Greece and Poland