Projekt How to move forward v Maďarsku se bude konat 8.-15. října u jezera Balaton, kromě českých účastníků zde bude delgace z Bulharska, Rumunska, Slovenska, Portugalska, Německa, Řecka a Maďarska. Tématem semináře je rasismus, xebofobie a diskriminace a netolerance, respektive jak proti nim bojovat.
Informace od pořadatelů:
“Training course Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance “How to Move Forward?” – 08-15 October 2011, Balatonmariafurdo, Hungary.
The following objectives have been set in order to reach the aims as described above:
To explore the concept of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and its relevance in Europe today;
To share and analyze the realities and manifestations of xenophobia and discrimination faced by young people;
To examine the perceptions and the manifestations of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance in today’s societies;
To collect examples of good practice in overcoming prejudice and promoting inter-community relations and inter-religious co-operation with young people;
To identify criteria for good practices on intercultural and inter-religious youth work;
To identify strategies and approaches to prevent racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and its consequences on young people;
To examine similar forms of racial discrimination and intolerance involving young people, such as: Anti-Semitism, Romaphobia and racism against visible minorities;
To raise awareness of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and mobilize institutions and organizations active against discrimination in the fight against it;
To propose measures for political and educational action aimed at increasing understanding and respect for religious diversity among young people in Europe;
To explore the local reality in Europe in relation to the topic of the training course.
Participants: 30 from Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Hungary
Profile of participants in the training course “Promoting tolerance and greater interreligious understanding”
In General all the participants in the training courses should be:
– youth workers/leaders directly working with groups of young people in their own communities,
– having/willing to have educational aims in their activities to develop skills of young people for active citizenship,
– motivated to improve their skills in citizenship education through experiential learning,
– ready to learn from their own experience and be fully involved in training activities during the entire course,
Financial conditions: 50% from travel costs and 100% accommodation and meals”
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