Training Course: Youth Work for Resilience

Location: Finland

Dates: 16-20 June 2019

Participating countries: Croatia, Finland, Jordan

Organizer:EDUFI (National Agency)

Deadline to apply:31 March 2019

Date Of Selection: 8 April 2019

Application Form: Click here to apply.

Inquiries about this training:

Jarkko Soininen

E-mail: tca_mladi@mobilnost.hr

E-mail: team@i-dare.org

E-mail: nuoriso@oph.fi

Costs

Participation fee

There is no participation fee, but the selected particpants need to cover their own insurance.

Accommodation and food

The hosting country will organise the board and lodging. The project partners (FI NA, HR NA, I-Dare) will cover the costs for accommodation and food.

 

Travel reimbursement

The project will support your travel costs. After being selected, please contact your NA (FI, HR) or I-Dare to learn more about how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Youth Work for Resilience

Downlad here:Call for participants_2019-02-19.pdf

Download the PDF file .

The long-term project (2019-2020) aims at strengthening the capabilities of youth workers to support community resilience and democratic principles through dialogical approach in Croatia, Finland and Jordan.

Public discourse in contemporary societies is often intense and participation in it is not widespread. Many young people say they are so tired of the conversational atmosphere based on opposites that they are prepared to remain outside the public discourse. More and more people also feel that their possibilities to affect society are insufficient.

In response to these concerns, the Croatian and Finnish Erasmus+ National Agencies and the civil society organisation I-Dare from Jordan are organising 1,5-year training project for youth workers.

This project aims at strengthening the capabilities of youth sector in order to support community resilience and democratic principles through dialogical approach in Croatia, Finland and Jordan.

The participants are expected to be working directly with young people and be willing and able to commit for the whole training project.

The project consists of six international learning meetings throughout 1,5 years in Croatia, Finland and Jordan. In between the working days, the participants will be involved in guided experiments and peer-mentoring programs at national level supported by the trainers.

The timetable for international meetings in 2019 is: 17.-19.6. (Finland); 16.-18.9. (Croatia); 18.-20.11. (Jordan)

More information in the attached document.