Project place: Belgrade, Serbia
Project dates: 19th – 25th November 2017
Application deadline: 19th October 2017
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Taking into account the recent wide spread of extremist movements across Europe, the existing internal and international conflicts within the European Union and the neighboring countries as well as the ongoing refugee crisis and ‘frozen’ political conflicts in Eastern Europe and Caucasus, we consider it highly important to gather youth workers and activists from EU and non-EU countries to facilitate a discussion on: common unity factors, how to practice non-violent communication and to share practical tools on conflict management and transformation.
Finding a common ground is crucial for youth workers and peace builders of today. This will be achieved by promoting non-violent approach leading to actions on peace-building and promotion of human rights. Moreover, youth workers involved will discuss the significance of the role of youth participation in grass-root peace-building initiatives.
Now we have come to the last part of the project, the evaluation seminar in Belgrade, Serbia and we are looking for 2 more participants who will get engaged in the follow up activity (together with the youth worker who attended the first training) and will attend the evaluation seminar.
PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:
- above 18 years old;
- fluent English;
- youth workers;
- ready to work on conflict transformation in order to confront extremism, discrimination and intolerance in their countries;
- ready to commit after the end of the project by organizing follow-up activities in their home countries;
- willing to share their experience with CID
ACCOMMODATION and FINANCES:
All costs related to accommodation and food will be covered by the hosting organization.
Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 180 EUR. The travel costs will be reimbursed according to E+ rules. It will happen upon collecting all tickets and invoices, calculating all costs.
Participation fee: NONE
Sending fee: 500 MKD