Charming youth workers are gathering in Greece for ToT
From 5th to 11th July, 24 youth workers from 6 European countries are gathering in Greece to attend Training of Trainers as part of the CHARM project. The training will build knowledge, skills and values of the participants in relation to planning, implementing and evaluating training seminars on anti-racism and fundamental rights with youth organization.
The specific objectives of the training are:
- To raise awareness and upgrade capacity of the participants on the issues of Human Rights and anti-racism;
- To present educational tools and methods for teaching Human Rights and anti-racism with young people;
- To build skills in designing educational programme along with other facilitation competences for teaching Human rights and anti-racism;
- To put the participants in the project context and prepare them for the follow-up: in-country trainings, modules development, organizational trainings.
The training course will then put a focus on two main learning areas: Common understanding on the concept of Human Rights and Human Rights Education and Development of facilitation skills.
Following the international training of trainers in Greece, the trainees will be part of two in-country trainings in each of the partner country, delivering what they have learnt. The training will be based on participatory and learner-based methodologies. Stay tuned for more information regarding the local trainings.