GEYC invites European organisations to apply for "Gender Inclusi:ON" training course which will be held in Yalova, Turkey in April 2014.
Deadline to apply: 29th of September 2013
In order to apply send the agreement to email@example.com. The last page needs to be written on the computer and signed and stamped on the paper. The last page will be sent in scanned version.
Please note that only European countries are eligible to apply!
Venue: Yalova, Turkey
Dates: April 2014
Activity type: Training Course, project promoting exchanges, cooperation and training in the field of youth work.
The aim of this project is to raise awareness about present gender reality/inequality and develop concrete responses for empowering gender inclusion.
Objectives for the participants will be:
- to understand human rights and complexity of gender inequalities in general;
- to develop self-confidence to express one’s own opinion about gender and practice genuine gender equality in all spheres
- to develop skills of critical thinking, discussion, communication, imagination and creativity
- to combat xenophobia, discrimination and promote equal gender employment opportunities and participation
- to foster open mindedness, sense of justice and social responsibility
- to develop capacity of youth organisations and act as multipliers, creating future projects promoting values of human rights, non-violence and gender equality;
Duration: 8 days
The number of participants 32
The implemented activities and methods applied:
The project will host participant’s representatives from diverse organizations, where through creative methods will provide space for sharing knowledge and experience regarding the theme of the project. Non-formal activities like brainstorming, case studies/ scenarios, work in groups, debates, small and large group discussions, interactive presentations, round tables and energizers will be implemented by team of trainers. Experimental, learner-cantered and participatory methodology will be used, close to the real concerns that young people face in everyday life.