Project place: Brno, Czech Republic

Project dates:  10-16 April 2018

Application deadline: 20th March 2018




The project “Stand Up Against Bullying” is a cross-sectoral cooperation with 7 countries i.e. Italy, Romania, Czech Republic, The Republic of Macedonia, Portugal and Poland who are coordinated by Turkey to combat bullying and early school leaving due to it.  Within the increasing devastating effects of bullying, it has now become imperative that schools take the problem more seriously and explore ways to reduce it. In order to deal with bullying, which can appear in many kinds and degrees, schools should search for opportunities to build the capacity of students and teachers to take actions to stamp out bullying.


About the training course:

The current training is the fifth mobility in the project and will gather the partners in Czech Republic in order to explore and develop competences for understanding bullying as a concept, its causes and effects, and for mapping and sharing good practices in how to combat bullying with a focus on inclusion. The training will include sessions and workshops, as well as visits to the university, school, and other institutions that have the capacity to address bullying.



Profile of participants:
  • Age above 18;
  • Teacher or youth worker or another practitioner working with young people;
  • Interested in the topic and willing to share from personal experience/background regarding bullying and good practices to address it;
  • Available to attend the whole duration of the event;
  • Willing to share the experience with CID.



Accommodation and food will be covered by the sending organisation.

Travel costs will be reimbursed 100% up to 270€ and upon presentation of all original tickets and receipts.



Participation fee: NONE

Sending fee: 500 MKD