Erasmus+ Training course in Bakuriani, Georgia
Partner organisation from Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization
Participants per country: 3 participants aged at least 18 years
Erasmus+ TC – 12-20 September 2022
Deadline – 28 July 2022 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email)
Transport cost for Azerbaijan (this cost means that your ticket will be reimbursed within this limit and you are responsible to buy your tickets and after you will be reimbursed within the limit): – 245 Euro
NOTE: 100% of the accommodation, food and transportation during the project will be covered with the support of Erasmus+. Health insurance won’t be provided and needs to be purchased individually.
How to apply: Please read all information clearly before filling out the application
About the project:
Human rights education is a lifelong process that builds knowledge and skills, as well as attitudes and behaviours, to promote and uphold human rights. By promoting respect for human dignity and equality and participation in democratic decision-making, human rights education contributes to the long-term prevention of abuses and violent conflicts. Intercultural promotion of human rights across individual cultures that recognize each other is one of the most effective forms of resistance against people being misrecognized.
The key objectives of the project:
- To increase participants knowledge, awareness and understanding of the concept of diversity in order to address intercultural context of human rights in their training and youth work practice.
- To reflect on the relation between intercultural learning and human rights education and to support participants in further developing their potential as learners and facilitators/trainers.
- To evaluate current challenges of the full enjoyment of human rights and to reflect on the role of human rights education in addressing them.
- To develop a network of like-minded individuals and organizations ready to cooperate on future projects related to human rights and intercultural learning.
- To develop a concrete plan for follow-up projects and local activities focusing on human rights in an intercultural context.
Who does fit this project?
- Participants should be 18 or older.
- able to communicate and work in English,
- be resident in one of the participating countries.
- be motivated to develop their competences in human rights
- be motivated to use gained knowledge and work on human rights education and non-formal education in their home countries.
- be committed to attend the full duration of the project, including the preparatory and follow-up phases.
- be open to meet people from different countries, to explore human rights education together and plan future activities with newly established network of international partners.