6-day Training Course in Szeged, Hungary
Training Title: Interculturality Works!
Training days: 17-22 January 2023 (6 days of training)
Travel dates: Monday, 16 January 2023 & Monday, 23 January 2023
For Who? NGO trainers, facilitators, mentors, coaches, project managers, coordinators, and youth leaders working in culturally mixed areas, directly with youth on a daily basis.
Number of Participants from Cyprus: 2
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The training will be hosted by Eurotender Association in Hungary. The duration will be a total of 6 days of activities.
The topics will comprise: bringing various methods and tools that the youth workers from culturally mixed areas can effectively use and by that develop their competencies for working with youth from different cultural backgrounds.
The main aim of this project is to increase the competencies of youth workers in intercultural communication and cooperation and bring various teaching methods and pedagogical approaches for transferring that knowledge into their local realities while working with young people on daily basis.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The intercultural diversity of most countries in Europe is growing day by day, and this topic is rarely covered in school curricula. Embracing the diversity creates a healthier society, where the cultural differences are accepted. All countries of the partnership are dealing with the problem of cultural understanding, are trying to involve different pedagogical approaches and teaching methods. We share similar views about cultural diversity but we have diverse knowledge and experiences about the youth work situation in our communities. The idea of this project was driven from that fact, that we have to bring various methods and tools which the youth workers from culturally mixed areas can effectively use and by that develop their competencies for working with youth from different cultural backgrounds.
Project Aim and Objectives
The main aim of this project is to increase the competencies of youth workers about intercultural communication and cooperation, and bring various teaching methods and pedagogical approaches for transferring that knowledge into their local realities while working with young people on daily basis.
Reaching this goal, we support the participants to:
(1) increase their knowledge, skills and equipping them with methods for integration of young people from different cultural backgrounds;
(2) improve their skills, attitudes, creativity and innovative approaches for youth work through experiential learning and learning by doing;
(3) understand the unique importance of cultures, emphasizing our shared values and pluralistic identity, while also promoting tolerance, equity and solidarity among different cultures, nationalities, ethnic and religious groups;
(4) improve their knowledge and skills by exchanging views and experiences.