In cooperation with other 7 organizations, the organization MAGNET is hosting a training for trainers in area of LGBTQ+ rights and feminism within the project “Promoting Rights, Inclusion, Diversity and Education – P.R.I.D.E”. The training will gather 24 participants from 8 countries (Serbia, Romania, North Macedonia, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Portugal, France) during 7 training days, between 16th and 24th February 2020, at the Center for non-formal education, Magnet House in Serbia.
Partner organizations: Arciragazzi Portici from Italy, Associacao Azes Valboenses from Portugal, Go Free from Romania, Lesbian Organisation Rijeka LORI from Croatia, Citizens in Action from Greece, Center for Intercultural Dialogue from North Macedonia, Lingue de l’Enseignement Nouvelle Aquitaine from France.
The aim of the training is to build capacities of participants to become trainers in non-formal education, to be able to autonomously run workshops and trainings under the topics of gender equality, fight against sexism and social inclusion.
Specifically, the objectives of the training are:
• to provide basic knowledge of training strategies development, existing non formal education working methods on how to structure a workshop and a training course, create a coherent educational flow in order to transfer skills and knowledge to their participants
• to support development of skills by practicing workshop facilitation on different topics
• to provide space for discussions about challenges of being a trainer, as well as about political, ethical and professional aspect of the profession.
Methodology: The methods that will be used are experiential, used in non-formal education contexts of learning: games and energizers/brainergizers, exercises, icebreakers, team-building games, movement exercises, discussions, work in groups, role play, timeline, norm critical approach, image theatre, living library, photo voice, community journalism.
Target Group: This call is open for youth workers from partner organisations, that work with young people with fewer opportunities, especially young LGBTQ+ people.
Financial aspects: Accommodation and lodging are 100% covered by the Erasmus+ grant. Travel expenses are refunded depending on countries and are calculated accordingly to the Travel Distance Calculator of the EACEA (the amount depends of the route to the venue of the training as calculated by the Distance Calculator).
When: Training course will take place between 16th and 24th February 2020, including travel days (the 16th is the arrival day and the 24th the departure day).
Where: Magnet House, Dositeja Obradovica 34, Veliki Gaj, Serbia
How to apply: Please fill the application form following this LINK by December 22nd 2019.
Project Coordinator and Contact Person for additional questions:
Jelisaveta Jovanovic: email@example.com
This project is co-funded by the Tempus Foundation, within the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.