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International Training Course ¨Make it Visible¨ -approaches and activities on how to work with young people the topic of (invisible) racism

 

When: 11-18 of May 2020 (11th and 18th are traveling days)

Where: Lorca, Spain

Nº of participants: 26

Eligible countries: 28 EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein,

Norway, North Macedonia, and Turkey

Working language: English

Application deadline: 1st of March 2020

Date of selection: 20th of March 2020

 

About the course

 

This course is being implemented in the framework of the STAR project – Stand Together Against Racism, which is a 3-year collaboration among 4 partners from Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, and Poland, with the aim to counter invisible racism and other forms of intolerance in the everyday lives of young people, including hate speech, through preventive measures, youth work, and non-formal education. Within 2 years of the project, the partner organisations worked with young people on the local level testing and upscaling approaches and tools, and in the last year of the project, we aim to share them with youth work practitioners by implementing this international training course, developing the manual and the MOOC – Massive Open Online Course.

 

More information about the project you can find here.

 

With this training, we aim to develop participants’ competences in using and adapting tools and approaches developed within STAR project and to enable participants to run the anti-racism activities with their young people.

 

 

Objectives:

 

  • To build comprehensive understanding of invisible racism and how it needs to be tackled in the overall framework of antiracism work

  • To empower youth workers to run anti-racism activities with young people

  • To explore main topics connected with anti-racism work – hate speech, microaggressions, power relations, prejudices and stereotypes, emotional awareness and good treatment

  • To discover approaches that can be helpful in the work with young people – community work, peer education, mainstreaming antiracism and empowering and engaging minorities

  • To encourage co-operation and develop common anti-racism actions

 

 

Target group:

The course is directed at youth workers, trainers, teachers and other professionals working with young people, interested in doing anti-racism education.

 

 

Selection criteria:

  • Motivation to take part in the training

  • Availability to take part in the full duration of the course

  • Capacity to multiply and use the results in their daily work with young people

  • Working or volunteering in NGO or other institution dealing with young people

  • Being over 18 years old

  • Being able to communicate in English (for those who don´t speak English we would recommend online course)

  • We will try to ensure balance in terms of countries and experiences of participants

 

Certification:

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organisers, for recognition of their competence development during the activity.

 

 

Costs:

 

Participation fee

There is 25€ participation fee for this training. If you are unable to pay the fee, please indicate it in the application form (¨Special needs¨ part).

Accommodation and food

Participants will be accommodated in the youth hostel in the training and youth center called M13. Youth hostel is inspired by TV shows and you will find rooms based on Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Big Bang Theory, etc. In the building, the first floor is the youth center, and the second youth hostel, where you can find 6 rooms with the bunk beds, for 4 to 6 people each. The hostel is equipped with kitchen, bathrooms with 9 showers in total, leaving room and laundry place.

All participants will be accommodated in rooms for more or less 4 people. There are 3 bathrooms with showers (1 for women, 1 for men and a mixed one only with toilets). There are not private bathrooms in the rooms. The hostel provides the bedding but there are no towels. There is WIFI in the hostel.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided by the Youth hostel. The kitchen is fully equipped, and experienced with different dietary needs.

If you have any special needs regarding food or accommodation, please let us know in the application form.

Travel reimbursement

Each participant is responsible for buying their own tickets, which will be reimbursed up to 300€ upon presentation of the corresponding financial documents and boarding passes. The reimbursement will be done within one month after receiving all financial documentation, and no later than the 31st of July. If participants don’t manage to provide the financial documentation by this date, we will not be able to reimburse the costs.

In exceptional cases, it might be possible to reimburse costs higher than 300 EUR.

 

Organisers:

Cazalla Intercultural, Spain

Pro European Network, Bulgaria

Rete educare ai diritti umani, Italy

Association for Children and Young People CHANCE, Poland

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