in association with ASHA Centre
Τίτλος : Training Course “Discovering Interfaith Dialogue (no.2)”
Τόπος : Flaxley / Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Ημερομηνίες : 18 εώς 26 Νοεμβρίου 2014
Συμμετέχοντες : 4 άτομα 18 – 35 ετών
Καλύπτεται το 70% των εξόδων μετακίνησης και το 100% διαμονής διατροφής.
Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)
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This is an Erasmus+ – Key Action 1 – The training will include young people, volunteers, youth workers and activists of 8 different European organisations. The project is set within the context of an increasingly important place in contemporary European public life of religions, in particular of Islam and religions of the East. They become increasingly important not only as a result of migration processes (e.g. changes in local communities affected by new incomers) but also as a result of global affairs (e.g. the influence of the conflict in Syria on Islamic communities in Europe). Various phenomena arising from the growing presence of new religious communities are usually simplified and stereotyped in the media, which leads to exclusion and marginalisation based on lack of knowledge or lack of willingness to reach out to people of different faith.
This is where interfaith dialogue provides an exceptional and distinctive tool of education. The main objective of this training courses is Interfaith Dialogue and its impact on intercultural learning in youth work, notably in European context. The attention of this project will be on religions of the East (these religions include Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism, Bahaism, Taoism and Confucianism), and their relationship with other religions present in Europe.
The main aim of the activities is to provide participants with competencies of interfaith dialogue as a concept bridging religious divides, as well as practical educational tools which can be used in work with young people coming from different cultural and religious backgrounds, fostering tolerance and dialogue between them. It also aims at increasing participants’ knowledge of Islam and other religions of the East thus enriching their competencies in working with young people of different faith backgrounds.
Participating Countries: United Kingdom, Greece, Romania, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovenia