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Compass Human Rights Education Course
Date du début: 1 janv. 2016, Date de fin: 31 mai 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

This is an Erasmus+ - Key Action 1 – Mobility of youth workers project, involving one mobility (training course).It will be held in Turku, Finland, in March 2016, and involve 31 youth workers from eight Erasmus+ Programme countries as well as a team of four trainers/experts and three logistical and management support workers. The project's main background is the rise in challenges to human rights in the context of the current migration 'crisis' and the increased need among youth organisations for quality tools to address HRE issues. The main project activity is an eight-day training course on the Council of Europe’s ‘Compass’ Human Rights Education Manual. The main aim of the project is to mainstream human rights education in youth work, particularly to counter the recent rise in xenophobia and hostility towards asylum seekers and migrants in Europe. Specific project objectives are:- To review good practice in human rights education in partner countries- To share experiences of human rights challenges in partner countries, notably in relation to migration and asylum issues- To develop participants’ competences in human rights education- To train participants in using the Compass HRE Manual- To strengthen partnerships between partner organisations The project will be based on non-formal learning methods, including small group work, team-building activities, multimedia presentations, role play and social theatre. It will draw on Council of Europe’s educational resources, notably the Compass HRE Manual (2012 edition) and its Training Kits. The project’s main outcomes: increased competences of participants in facilitating human rights education and greater capacity of partner organisations. The course will have a strong multiplying effect as participants will organise local follow-up projects on human rights education in their home countries.



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