Phone: 00420 732 121 737
No secret that due to increased migration flow during the last 1-2 years Europe is undergoing big changes. There are growing tensions, intolerance and even acts of violence in societies in different European countries. They are often based on the fear of meeting and living together with people from other backgrounds. The majority of people, among them also a lot of young people, are confused and don’t know how to perceive and deal with these changes and ambiguity. Youth workers CAN and SHOULD play an increased role in helping the young people not only to understand the changes and current reality, but also to shape their attitudes of being open for dialogue, curious, respectful, empathetic and inclusive with people from (culturally) different backgrounds. This training course will bring together 24 motivated youth workers, youth leaders, peer-to-peer educators and active members of youth organizations from different European countries in order to develop their intercultural learning and dialogue competences (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that would enable them to become effective multipliers of intercultural dialogue at their communities with young people.
TOM 21105 Dumánci