Youth for Human Rights

Development of new training formats and networking activities on human rights education in youth work

Education, Europe, Youth
Finished

Duration

2017 – 2019

Pedagogical Offers for Human Rights Education

The aim of the project is to create more pedagogical offers for young people in the field of human rights, and thus to increase the commitment of young people in this area. The project contributes to the advancement of non-formal educational offers on the topic of „Human Rights“ within the youth sector. Networking activities contribute to the prevention of violent radicalisation of young people. Democratic values, intercultural appreciation, social cohesion and a strong civil society should thus be promoted.

Training of Trainers

Together with European experts from the areas of education, youth work and research the project partners investigated existing approaches and good practices in Europe. Subsequently, existing trainings modules – against the background of current social challenges and new pedagogical requirements – were advanced and new formats created. Proficient trainers were actively integrated in the development. In transnational „training for trainers“ seminars, they shared the new approaches.

Target group:

Youth workers

Goals:

Establishing human rights education within youth work

Local training & networking events

As a next step, in 2018 14 seminars took place (two per partnering country) involving professional youth workers on a local level during which the new methods were shared. Furthermore, in 2019 networking events bringing together Human Rights organisations and youth workers took place with the aim to explore the question how the two fields could collaborate.

More info

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