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Date du début: 1 mai 2016, Date de fin: 31 oct. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The project consists in carrying out international training ( Poland , Bukowina Tatrzańska, 7 days) for the prevention of teenage parenthood.The training will be attended by educators, social workers, psychologists and lawyers. Participants of the training in their everyday work have to deal with young people having mainly socio-economic barriers, resulting a social maladjustment, moral corruption , helplessness , derived from dysfunctional backgrounds ( national and sexual minorities , current or former residents of rehabilitation centers ).We can offer conducted activities such as workshops, mini-lectures, discussions and games that intend to improve the knowledge and skills of participants on the training. They will also increase their knowledge on development and learning new tools and working methods targeted at young people. Another goal of the training is to consequently improve the quality of youth’s work and the prevention of the phenomenon of teenage motherhood. The activities directed to the participants of the training will be based on the principles of non-formal education, it’s discussing ways of working with young people promoting solutions outside the formal options.After the training we will create a prophylactic happening as well as to promote an after training movie over social media, on partners’ websites and through events such as seminars and conferences.Established international cooperation will be continued by the project partners in other activities addressed both to staff and Youth.The problem of teenage parenthood occurs in all European countries. The highest percentage of pregnancies of girls under 17 years of age have Bulgaria and Romania, which are involved in the project. Parenthood often occurs among young people with high barriers to proper social integration like national minorities, young people with so-called. Pathologic environments, small towns and villages. Those factors increases the risk of social exclusion of both young parents and their children, often associated with pre-ending education, which will transfer into difficulties in finding a good work. After this training participants will understand the development of working methods.



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