in association with OpportUNITY
Τίτλος : «Faith over Fear II»
Τόπος : Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Ημερομηνίες : 17 εώς 26 Νοεμβρίου 2013
Συμμετέχοντες : 3 άτομα 18 εώς 30 ετών
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This project is a 9 day training course which aims to to raise awareness of the negative stereotypes faced by members of religious minorities and challenge these misconceptions for the benefit of wider social cohesion. We will use interactive workshops as a tool to engage and educate other youth and community workers from around Europe. The activity will be organised and delivered by OpportUNITY. We have delivered this project once before and received such good feedback and requests from other partners to offer this opportunity again. This has also given us the opportunity to make some small adjustments to the programme after taking into account feedback from the original participants. The participants felt that there wasn’t enough time to fully absorb all the information and suggested we spaced out parts of the programme, so now we have increased the programme by one day and also diversified the visits to the religious centres so we can include more faiths. We will use a variety of methods to engage the participants including a residential activity weekend, PowerPoint presentations, group discussions, debates and visits to places of worship, such as mosques and temples, to receive talks.
to raise awareness of the negative stereotypes faced by religious minorities and challenge these misconceptions for the benefit of wider social cohesion, with a particular emphasis on the current European social issues surrounding Islamophobia.
to remove the barriers faced by religious minorities living in Western Europe and the communities in which they live. The objective is also to remove barriers that youth workers themselves may perceive in attempting to reach these communities. This will enable the participants to improve their knowledge and apply their learning to the communities where they work and in their home countries. Project activities will include workshops, multicultural evenings (in which participants share their own cultures and traditions), team building activities (to help participants to familiarise themselves with each other and therefore work more effectively as a team), visits to places of worship of minority groups and theatrical shows, to compose and perform dramatic examples of religious issues.
Venue : EuroHostel, which is located just in the city centre of Newcastle
Participating Countries :United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania, Greece, Sweden, Slovakia, Croatia, Latvia and Spain