Erasmus+ KA1 Youth Exchange
Place: Krzyzwova, Poland
Date: 6-13 March 2020
Participants per country: 8 participants aged between 15-19, 2 team leader 18-25
Organizer: Kreisau-Initiative e.V. (Berlin, Germany)
Partner organization and co-organizer form Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization
Deadline for application: 15 January 2020 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email till 18 Jan 2020 for Skype interview.)
How to apply? – Fill the APPLICATION FORM. Please read all the information clearly before filling the application (Application open only participants from Azerbaijan.)
Costs: 100% of food, accommodation and transport will be covered with the support of Erasmus+ and Kreisau-Initiative. There are 25 EUR participation fee.
The travel costs will be reimbursed in cash or by bank transfer during or after the activity. There is a possibility that the Kreisau-Initiative e.V. purchases tickets for the participants, but under the guideline of guarantee (which will be presented to the partners). The reimbursement of travel costs will be just realized after presenting original documents (including receipts, tickets, boarding passes, etc.).
The aim is to coach youth workers and develop their competences in the field of international criminal law and human rights, which later will work on the methods of the Model International Criminal Court project in their local communities or respective countries. The Training Course will be guided by experienced MICC trainers who are experienced in innovative project methods of historical human rights education. This Training Course will support youth workers and young peer educators to actively create and use learning approaches for human rights education, which are part of the MICC project. In order to make the abstract subject of human rights accessible to young people and relate it to their own life situations, the project offers different materials for different types of learners. During the Training Course, all participants will have a chance to get trained to use different activity and workshop plans, exercises, timelines and as well audiovisual content such as animation movies which will help them to learn more about human rights, diversity, basic democratic values and the rule of law.
MICC School is a project for high-school students bringing together young people from Germany, Poland and another, alternating country. MICC School aims to raise awareness for human rights and educate high-school students about methods of their protection. MICC School sets a strong focus on the international youth meeting character of the project to foster intercultural dialogue and understanding.
Who we looking for:
Target groups are high-school teachers, youth workers (as group leaders) and students aged between 15 and 19 living in Azerbaijan which is interested in the topics which MICC as project covers. Since the MICC session will be held in English, a high level of understanding, speaking and writing in English is required.