Здружението за едукација и тренинг ЦЕТ ПЛАТФОРМА – Скопје објавува отворен повик за еден учесник од С. Македонија за Еразмус+ обука „Let them be heard“, која ќе се одржи во Брага, Португалија од 12-ти до 20-ти февруари 2020 година.
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Услови за учество:
- Постари од 18 години
- Способност за добра комуникација на англиски јазик кој е работен јазик за време на обуката
- Мотивираност и подготвеност за учество во сите активности на проектот
Во продолжение прочитајте повеќе детали за обуката и детално разгледајте го инфопакот за проектот, а доколку сте заинтересирани да учествувате на обуката, испратете пополнет апликационен формулар или прашање на [email protected] со назнака (subject) „Обука во Брага“ најдоцна до 15-ти јануари 2020.
Aims and objectives
According to Eurostat in 2018 the number of refugees and migrants arriving to the EU dropped sharply, but still there are more than 1,8 million people who arrived to Europe since 2014 and cannot go back. It creates challenges for the EU, local governments, societies, and NGOs. Those problems are different and are mainly related to policies of local governments in European countries. In the Southern part of Europe (Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece) we’re facing problems of integrating huge amount of people into new social, economic and cultural realities. In the Eastern part of Europe on the other hand we face issues of xenophobia, racism and violence towards migrants and refugees, demanding active attitude of NGOs.
To face those challenges partner organisations need easy, engaging and attractive tools of youth work. As our local realities are different, those tools need to be versatile, scalable, and possible to use despite cultural and language differences. We agreed that the only sphere allowing to cross inner boundaries and our prejudices is art, thus we decided to choose art, namely theatre, as a main framework for our project.
During the seminar we will discuss problems of youth in our local communities, understand who migrants and refugees are, discuss and define role of youth NGOs in their support and social inclusion, and learn good practices of such activities and actions. We will also learn and discuss possibilities of using theatre as a language and base of youth activities. The main objective of the seminar will be to discuss and understand situation of young people and define scope of our activities, along with possible methods we may use. Those methods will be the main topic of the second activity of the project – the training course.
The main objective of the training will be to equip participants – representatives of eleven NGOs with practical tools of youth work, such as forum theatre and other theatre related methods they will use to organise activities within their organisations. Other objectives of the project are to strengthen cooperation of NGOs in Europe, leverage their organisational capacities, and exchange good practices. In the long term we expect the project to positively affect situation of young refugees and migrants in Europe and foster their social inclusion. Non formal education will be the most commonly used methodology.
The project involves 38 youth workers and youth educators from Portugal, Poland, Spain, Italy, Greece, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Hungary and The Republic of North Macedonia.
Training Course is directed to those who wish to acquire new tools of youth work, expand their portfolios, broaden their networks, as well as based on their ability to fully utilize results of the project in their organisations (by organising new activities and passing on new skills to other members of their organisations and beyond).
To allow the project to achieve its goals, the youth workers chosen for the activity will have to show:
- Knowledge of the migration situation in their own country;
- Having taken part in at least one international educational programme (training course, seminar, etc.)
- Having been involved with youth work at local level with their NGO’s
- Motivation to take part in a mutual learning process in a highly intercultural setting
- Good level of English to follow the course and to contribute to it
- Wish and ability to participate fully in the event
We receive participants from 18 years old, and there is no upper age limit.
Travel budget and reimbursement
Travel costs are fixed amount of money per participant based on the travel distance using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission. We will reimburse you the amount of money that you have spent on travel tickets but not more than the fixed amount per participant from each country. The costs of travel by private car cannot be reimbursed. Extra costs (insurance and catering during your travel) cannot be reimbursed.
Reimbursements will be made via bank transfer to the partner organisations not later than 3 months after the end of each training and after you send back the documents of return trip.
Accommodation in Braga
HOTEL Centro Comercial Aveniida: Accomodation will be done in Hotel Centro Comercial Avenida in the very city center of Braga. The Hotel is 7 minutes away from the main bus station and 17 minutes away from train station. It provides free Wi-Fi and participants will be divided in triple rooms in mixed nationalities. Participants will be provided dinner on the day of arrival, three meals on the project days and breakfast on the day of departure. Dietary needs such as vegetarianism will of course be taken into consideration as much as possible