C.E.G.A. Foundation held the Exchange Training in Bulgaria with guest from Lithuania
22 participants, representing different youth structures, including Roma youth organizations, youth organization working with disabilities, LGBT organization among others, gathered for the CHARM Exchange Training. The training is part of the Civic Help for Anti-Resist Measures activities as follow up of the 2 in-country trainings, organized during 2013 in each partner’s country.
The specificity in this training, which is to be organized in each country of the partnership, is that a representative of foreign country would be a guest trainer. In the case of Bulgaria, C.E.G.A. Foundation had Indre Augutiene, representing JKC, Lithuania.
During the two days there were intensive 8 session covering different topics related to Human Rights. A session dedicated on how to build anti-racist policies of organizations and what measures can be taken to engage young people from excluded groups was one of the key point of the training. At the very end the participants worked on short videos promoting the CHARM projects.
The next closer events would be organized by the Italian partners AEF and the USB from Greece (21st -23rd February). Find more where the rest of the partners will organized the Exchange Trainings in their countries here