Name of the training: Europe’s Refugees Crisis: The Role of Youth
Where: ASHA Centre, Forest of Dean, U.K
When: 4th -12th April, 2017
For whom: For anyone with interest in the topic with good english language skills and over 18 years of age
Application Deadline: 9th February, 2017
This training course is about the refugee crisis in Europe. Over the last four years the Middle East and Europe have been affected by wars, revolutions, armed conflict and tensions between societies and communities. This course will take a holistic view of the current situation across Europe. It will equip participants with the practical tools needed to engage positively with the challenges back home and help make our societies beacons of hope, positivity and inspirational change. The course will use non-formal learning methods and will take place in the beautiful surroundings of the ASHA Centre in the Forest of Dean, in the U.K. a centre of excellence in intercultural dialogue and international youth work. People from UK, Demnark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands will participate
Themes addressed will include:
- Understanding migration and asylum issues
- Being part of an interconnected and interdependent world
- Working with other people’s perspectives
- Making human connections across social and cultural divides
- Discovering the richness of other countries, cultures and faiths
- Taking action to transform lives
Who Can apply: If you have real interest in the topic, good english language skills and are over 18 years
Participation, Accommodation and Travel: Participation, accomodation and meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) are all provided free of charge. For travel budget, you will be reimbursed up to 80% of the maximum amount and the maximum amount for the travel is 275 euro.
If this sounds like a good opportunity to learn about one of the challenging issues of our time in a multicultural environment, Send us an email telling about yourself and why you want to participate in this traing. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.