293 youth organizations were involved in Charming training activities for 2013 and 2014
The CHARM project has involved 293 organizations in training activities on anti-racism and fundamental rights for the period 2013-2014. This became clear in the reporting and evaluation process of the project, which finished officially with the end of 2014. The project is mainly implemented in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland and Spain.
The final CHARM conference disseminated and reflected on the project
The conference ‘Spreading CHARM: Inclusive youth organizations in Europe’ took place in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 24-25 November 2014, gathering 50 participants from six European countries. Youth workers, trainers, young people and representatives of different stakeholders from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland and Spain came together to explore the CHARM project, discuss its achievements and lessons learnt and debate follow-up.
CHARM yourself online! – application for round 2 is now open
While the first round of the CHARM yourself online training course is up to speed, youth workers from all around Europe are now welcome to apply for the second round of the course! The application deadline for round 2 is 27 October 2014, 23:59 CET.
What follows: Six exchange trainings in the CHARM partner countries
Six more in-country trainings on anti-racism and fundamental rights are taking place in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Spain and Poland in the next couple of weeks within the CHARM project. The trainings are once again targeting representatives of youth organizations and groups. What is interesting is that the CHARM partners will be exchanging trainers, so that each training seminar will have a mixed team of local and foreigner Charmers.