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Call for participants for Safebook project Training Course in Serbia

Youth European Society is looking for 3 young people over 18 years of age to participate in a training course co-financed by the Erasmus+ program. The course will take place between September 19 and September 16, 2022 in Nis, Serbia.

You do NOT have to be a student to participate in the training course.
There is NO entry fee.

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Training course Safebook – new methodologies in youth work – Nis, Serbia

Youth European Society is looking for Bulgarian participants for Training Course in Serbia under project Safebook, co-financed by Erasmus+ Programme.

About the project

“Safebook – new methodologies in youth work” project aims at promotion of safety culture among young people through newly developed manual “Safebook” for youth work in the field of youth safety. The manual was produced through Strategic partnership in the field of youth in 2021 by the Club for Youth Empowerment 018 (KOM 018) together with Beyond Borders – Italy, and partners from Croatia and North Macedonia and recommended as a good practice project by Erasmus +. “Safebook” manual includes new and innovative methodologies and creative tools in the form of youth friendly manual for youth workers. It focuses on 5 segments of youth safety: peer violence, cyber bullying, abuse of psychoactive substances, discrimination and mental health in time of COVID–19.

Developed methodology which is incorporated in the youth friendly manual for youth workers will be used as main tool for achievement of defined aim and specific objectives. Project consortium includes partner organizations; Club for youth empowerment 018 (KOM 018) and Beyond Borders as organizations which developed mentioned methodology and partners DOPE from Germany, Innovative Education Center from Austria, Hellenic Youth Participation from Greece, Idea4Life from Poland, L’Ayalguina from Spain, Mano Europa from Lithuania, Act o’clock from Romania and YES from Bulgaria which will strengthen their capacities in the field of youth safety and security through adoption of Safebook methodolog

About TC

Training course will bring together young people (youth workers, educators, activists) from 10 European countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Spain to adopt new methodologies regarding above-mentioned safety segments and to explore concept photo and concept video as methods in youth work in youth safety related project.

Profile of the participants: youth workers, peer educators, activists from participating countries – participants should be over 18 with basic knowledge of English, they should be interested in youth work, non-formal education, topic of youth safety and security, creative methods (photography, video) in youth work, and most importantly they should be motivated to take active part in this international activity. In
addition to this, participants should be openminded and interested in networking with their peers and colleagues from other countries and organizations.

Date and venue:
19.09 – 26.09.2022, Nis, Serbia

Participants should be over 18 years old.
There is no participation fee.
Travel and accomodation are covered by Erasmus+ Programme.

You can download infopack here: TC-Nis-Serbia-Safebook-YESBG

If you have any questions, please send email to office@yesbg.eu

Apply here: https://forms.gle/a7d53pyQ6jyZYRjH6

Project Safebook – new methodologies in youth work

“Safebook – new methodologies in youth work” project aims at promotion of safety culture among young people through newly developed manual “Safebook” for youth work in the field of youth safety. The manual was produced through Strategic partnership in the field of youth in 2021 by the Club for Youth Empowerment 018 (KOM 018) together with Beyond Borders – Italy, and partners from Croatia and North Macedonia and recommended as a good practice project by Erasmus +. “Safebook” manual includes new and innovative methodologies and creative tools in the form of youth friendly manual for youth workers. It focuses on 5 segments of youth safety: peer violence, cyber bullying, abuse of psychoactive substances, discrimination and mental health in time of COVID–19. Training course will bring together young people (youth workers, educators, activists) from 10 European countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Spain to adopt new methodologies regarding above-mentioned safety segments and to explore concept photo and concept video as methods in youth work in youth safety related project.
Specific objectives of the project are:
· To equip 22 youth workers and educators with set of new educational tools in the field of youth safety focusing on 5 segments: peer violence, cyber bullying, abuse of psychoactive substances, discrimination and mental health in time of COVID–19 through new manual on youth safety “Safebook”
· To provide youth workers from European countries with skills and knowledge to use concept photo and videos as methods for the work in the field of youth safety.
· To network young people from European countries with different set of skills and tools to promote youth safety culture.
Developed methodology which is incorporated in the youth friendly manual for youth workers will be used as main tool for achievement of defined aim and specific objectives. Project consortium includes partner organizations; Club for youth empowerment 018 (KOM 018) and Beyond Borders as organizations which developed mentioned methodology and partners DOPE from Germany, Innovative Education Center from Austria, Hellenic Youth Participation from Greece, Idea4Life from Poland, L’Ayalguina from Spain, Mano Europa from Lithuania, Act o’clock from Romania and YES from Bulgaria which will strengthen their capacities in the field of youth safety and security through adoption of Safebook methodology

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Training course Building competencies of youth workers on media literacy – Durres, Albania

Youth European Society is looking for Bulgarian participants for Training Course in Albania under project Get SMACT (GeS), co-financed by Erasmus+ Programme.

Acting Youth, Get SMACT (GeS) aims to increase the competencies of youth workers in EU and WB on media literacy. Our objective is to build the skills and the capacities of youth workers to assess and to have a critical understanding of the media, as well as to interact with the media.
Topic of the TC will be building competencies of youth workers on media literacy, critical thinking and youth advocacy, how to be savvy in a digital world, including cyber bullying, fake news and internet safety

This Training Course is for 35 participants.

Date and venue:
15.11 – 23.11.2021, Durres, Albania

Participants should be over 18 years old.
There is no participation fee.
Travel and accomodation are covered by Erasmus+ Programme.
PCR tests are covered.

You can download infopack here: TC Get Smact – Durres, Albania

If you have any questions, please send email to office@yesbg.eu

If you want to be part of this Training Course, please fill in the information in the form below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdH9rJzosHSt06ecPVotE46bNCS3XiyXBoQ0boab11NCKPE6A/viewform?usp=sf_link

Project”Get Smact“

Acting Youth, Get SMACT (GeS) aims to increase the competencies of youth workers in EU and WB on media literacy. Our objective is to build the skills and the capacities of youth workers to assess and to have a critical understanding of the media, as well as to interact with the media.

Project Challenging traditional leadership – empowering women!

Challenging traditional leadership – empowering women! is a long term project proposed from 7 partners from EU and WB. It is composed of activities aimed it raising the capacity building of partners and other stakeholders and mobilities that allow young people and youth workers to learn in an inter-cultural learning environment.

Activities:

  1. Kick Off Meeting of Partners
  2. Training of Trainers “From Power over to power to-transformative leadership in a man’s world”
  3. Local Campaign “iLEAD for Equity”
  4. Youth Exchange “Youth leaders as change makers”
  5. Seminar The main aim of the project is to train and empower youth workers, youth leaders and young people advocate for transformational leadership while raising awareness about traditional gender roles with regards to the women empowerment.

Our project shall address gender as an equality issue, with positive approach to diminish the negative stereotypes and discrimination related to sex and/or gender and promote equity and collaborative leadership in society. This project focuses on putting the participants in a safe environment where they are given space, time, means and support to self-reflection, self-empowerment and improvement. Our project goes out of the feminism rhetoric, and seeks to approach gender as an equity issue and look closely to the “power over – power to- power with” approaches that go in line very well to traditional leadership and gender discrimination in today’s society.

By bringing youth in a position to analyse and critically think on the topics we aim at allowing and supporting them to create their own opining and responsibility for their future actions.OBJECTIVES:

  • Train youth workers/leaders and young people on how to promote gender equity, fight the gender stereotypes and promote the transformative leadership education for empowered societies.
  • Challenging and changing existing structures, institutions, practices, customs, norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs where these are barriers to the achievement of women’s rights and the rights of all people, regardless of gender or sexual identity.
  • Support and improve skills of youth workers by giving them practical and professional skills in leadership styles and values.- Increase the awareness about importance of gendered leadership; – Analyze existing cases and design a structured strategy on how to approach and transform practices through youth work, gender mainstreaming and gender culture;
  • Foster the participation of youth workers in taking role of advocates and ensure ethical conduct in leadership world.
  • Promote the Erasmus + as a strong tool for promoting transformative leadership and gender equity.
  • Create an effective practice that can be used by all the partner promoters and the wider networks.

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