sâmbătă, 4 iulie 2015

Call for 4 Romanian participants (no age limit): Training Course in Hamburg-Bad Oldesloe, Germany (22-30 September 2015)

GEYC is selecting 3 Romanian participants, to take part in "Time to Act" European project that will take place in Hamburg-Bad Oldesloe, Germany from 22 to 30 September 2015. The main aim of the training course is to support the professional development of young trainers and to raise the quality of their projects concerning (European) citizenship. Deadline: 12 July 2015


Please notice that this call is for Romanian participants only. Other applications will not be considered.
Deadline: 12 July 2015 | Apply now!




About the project:
The term European citizenship has recently become a buzz word. Everyone speaks about it,
but no one really knows what does it mean and people keep asking: Is it just about politics? Is European citizenship a V.I.P. club? Where does it start and end? How can put it to our 
projects? How can we make it concrete and practical?
Time to Act is a training course, which was developed as a module for youth workers/trainers to help them to answer their questions concerning the (European) citizenship issues. We will approach the idea of citizenship on three different levels: locally, nationally and in the European context. We will work on case, exaples and europe in practice. Together, we will be working on improving the methods on how to motivate youngsters for participation in their community and beyond.

Particular objectives: pointing out the connection between citizenship, responsibility for one‘s immediate environment and society and active participation, experiencing, discussing and sharing historical and recent understandings of citizenship and its implications for participation, approaching different levels of citizenship (local – national – international/European), sharing different visions and understandings of citizenship, reflecting on the notion of European identity and its underlying values (democracy, tolerance, plurality, human rights), experiencing European citizenship in praxis by simulations, cases and method development.

Available places:
-4 participants with no age limit

Selection criteria:
-youth workers, youth leaders, activists
-personal and professional motivation
-minimum 18 years old
-gender balance
-GEYC volunteers and GEYC Community applicants will have priority to participate

Deadline: 12 July 2015 | Apply now!



Timeline:

  • until 12 July 2015: submitting the application form
  • by 20th of July: selection of participants, notifications and confirmations (paying the participation fee - please notice that the participation fee is non-reimbursable) 
    Note: if you won't receive an e-mail by 20th of July 2015, it means that we found other suitable candidates for this project. 
  • by 23 of July: arranging the travel details (please be ready to cover your travel costs) feel free to check geyc.ro/flights for the current price level. GEYC will support you throughout the booking process and the reimbursement procedure; 
  • between 22th and 30th of September: the training course takes place.

  • Financial details:
    The organizers will cover the following costs with the support of the European Commission: 
    • 100% of meals, accommodation, activities costs; 
    • Transport cost up to 275 EUR per participant
    Participants will be required to cover: 
    • a participation fee covering administrative costs for this project to GEYC (the fee will be paid in RON, by bank transfer; the fee will be paid after the participants are selected). Please don't pay any fee before you receive the confirmation e-mail): 135 RON (30 EURO) for GEYC Community (please note that for this call we will consider the members that joined the Community before July, 4th, 2015) applicants and  225 RON (50 EUR) for other applicants (GEYC active volunteers are not required to pay the participation fee); The fee is calculated at a fixed exchage rate (EUR=4.5 RON)
    • a participation fee for this project to JubuK (organisation from Germany) in the amount of 35 EUR, at the training course
    • (if needed) transport cost - only the amount exceeding 275 EUR
    • (if needed) medical insurance; 
    • (if needed) any other personal costs.

    Relevant information 
    • In order to start their travel for the mobilities, Romanian participants should own a valid ID card or passport.
    • Arrangements regarding medical insurance are the responsibility of the participants.
    • In order to be reimbursed, Romanian participants should start their travel from Romania.
    • Please make sure you have read and accepted the terms and conditions of GEYC European mobility programs before you apply.
    • Travel reimbursement will be done on the last day of the training course in cash, participants should send their return tickets including boarding passes by post (if any)
    • Accomodation will be at Bad Oldesloe
    • Internet is not for free in the German youth hostels. The participants will have to pay for the wifi or log out for those days.

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