Training course: Build and Attend Peace
Location: Georgia and, Hungary
Dates: 7 November 2018 – 16 April 2019
Number of participants: 24 participants
Participating countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine
Organizer: Institute for Cultural Relations Policy
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 16 September 2018
Date Of Selection: 23 September 2018
Inquiries about this training course: Andras Lorincz at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is financed by the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme. The organiser will provide accommodatioan and food during both training courses for free.
Travel costs admitted for reimbursement in case of the first mobility in Georgia:
– 180, 00 EUR Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan
– 275,00 EUR Ukraine
– 360,00 EUR Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Poland
Travel costs admitted for reimbursement in case of the second mobility in Hungary:
– 0 EUR Hungary
– 180, 00 EUR Poland
– 275,00 EUR Ukraine, Estonia, Finland
– 360,00 EUR Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
To learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses, please contact the contact person of the coordinating organisation.
No participation fee will be applied by the coordinator to take part in the programme.
Build and Attend Peace
The training course involves 24 youth workers and youth educators from 8 different countries aiming at improving the qualification of new peace educators in delivering and evaluating educational programmes on peace education for young people.
The project aims to strengthen the competences of youth workers and youth educators in peace education for young people in order to empower young people to become pro-active agents of peaceful change via local community initiatives addressing societal conflicts.
Youth workers and youth educators will participate in two e-learning modules and two training courses in Georgia and Hungary on conflict transformation, peace education, and training delivery. As a result, the participants shall be enabled to design, implement and evaluate their own training courses and workshops on peace education for young people in their communities.
• To qualify new peace educators in planning, delivering and evaluating educational programmes on peace education for young people
• To create new educational materials and activities for peace education programmes for young people
• To trigger transnational partnerships on peace education among youth organizations.
This project includes two training courses. The first will be implemented in Georgia (Lagodekhi) on 7-13 November, 2018. The second will be held in Hungary (Budapest) on 10-16 April, 2019. Selected participants should take part in both programme elements as well as in an e-learning programme during the project.