Erasmus+ Training Course

Location: Tbilisi, Georgia

Project dates: 27 October 2019 – 02 November 2019

Organizer: Kreisau-Initiative e.V. (Berlin, Germany)

Partner organization and co-organizer form Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization

Participants per country: 5 participants aged above 18 age

How to apply? – Fill the APPLICATION FORM. Please read all information clearly before filling the application (Application open only participants from Azerbaijan.)

Deadline: 25 September 2019 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email till 28 September 2019 for Skype interview.)


100% of accommodation, food and transportation will be covered with the support of Erasmus+. Participation fee for participants from Azerbaijan 25€. The travel costs will be reimbursed during or after the Training course to each participant according to the rules of our donor. Shown amounts are presenting the maximum reimbursement which each participant can receive. Travel cost limit for participants from Azerbaijan 180.00 EUR

This Training Course is for 31 participants from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Germany, Georgia and Poland. The aim is to form a new pool of legal and human rights trainers who have the competences and the motivation to support the Model International Criminal Court project.


Model International Criminal Court (MICC) is a simulation of trials before the ICC for high school and university students from all over the world.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the world’s most sophisticated mechanism for the protection of Human Rights and rules of warfare. MICC is a project that aims to teach core principles of the ICC to high school and university students.

MICC has been growing successfully since 2005 and we owe it to the quality of the training, focus on most relevant topics and a unique experience MICC provides.

The working language of every simulation is English, and every session comprises sets of trainings, discussions and workshops with a simulation of the ICC process – preparation, trial and verdict. Bringing in students from all around the globe, MICC fosters intercultural dialogue and understanding among students of various national and social backgrounds. The goal of this work is to encourage students to study human rights and humanitarian
law. More information about MICC are available on the website of the project:


  • Training by experienced MICC trainers
  • Possibility to become a trainer in the MICC Network
  • Experience in an innovative project of historical human rights education
  • Working with well know organizations in the field of human rights and citizenship education
  • Possibility for a long term engagement in MICC project


Participants who…

  • … have been involved as trainers at least for two years in the field of law or human rights
  • … have international experience in the field of youth work and debating
  • … have the potential and need to develop training competencies and work as trainers after the training as a trainer in field of law or human rights for KreisauInitiative e.V. and the project partners
  • … are prepared to reflect on and question their own beliefs and approaches as trainers
  • … will be able to run training on future MICC session as legal or human rights trainers in English.


The training course is going to take place in Tbilisi, Georgia. Tbilisi – a multi-ethnic, multicultural, multi-religious city on the crossroads of history, a city neither European nor Asian but a heady blend of both East and West. Tbilisi was founded in the 5th century AD and has attracted visitors ever since, drawn by the hot springs for which the city is named, by the lively atmosphere of its cobbled streets and caravanserais or simply by what Alexandre Dumas called the “strange, fascinating charm” of this “city of legend and romance.”


This project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.