Activity 1 – Training Course on Human Rights Education

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The training course Embracing Multimedia for HRE -Training Course on Human Rights Education was implemented by Youth 4 Society organization and took place from 23-30 October 2015 in Tirana, Albania.

In the training participated 32 participants from whom 22 female and 10 male.
The training was facilitated from an international team of 4 trainers and 2 support staff.

The training started on 23d of October 2015 and was closed on 30th of October 2015 in the evening.

Training Course was designed as one part of a long-term process, which allowed participants to explore the specificities of the non-formal and the formal education contexts in relation to human rights education.
The training course gave to participants opportunity to discuss, learn and share their experiences working with young people with fewer opportunities in human rights education. The whole training course paid a particular attention to the concrete tools how to promote human rights education in practice to young people, to foster critical thinking and to be tolerant toward differences, foster solidarity for the marginalized groups, initiative and bring up new idea for the youth work.

The basis of this training was promotion of respect and tolerance which are the basis of HRE. The training started by addressing the respect of once own and others peoples opinions and view points, and tolerating that there are differences between them. Real variety of cultures were presented, approaches to different issues related to human rights education.


Embracing Multimedia for HRE Training Course on Human Rights Education

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Youth4Society organization, as leading partner start implementing the project applied under Key Action 2, Capacity Building, Erasmus + Prgramme. Project duration: 01.10.2015- 30.07.2016
Project titled: Embracing Multimedia for HRE project aims to assist civil society organizations (CSOs) in addressing human rights issues through education and creative tools. The project promotes human rights education (HRE) and increase competences of youth workers/leaders to work in practice using multimedia skills with young people from marginalized target groups. We chose multimedia tool to promote HRE.  Media is a strong tool to promote common values, to fight against racism and xenophobia and promote human rights. For this reason we think is very important to work with it and especially for exploring the concept of human rights, citizenship and promote participation of young people to be active citizen of our Europe.The project has in itself three planned mobility:

The project is financed under Key Action 2, Capacity building in the field of youth, by European Commission, within Erasmus + Youth in Action Programme.

In the project were partner 8 organizations from different European countries: Youth 4 Society Albania, Pel- Macedonia, Ligo Lex Lexis-Kosovo, Light-Serbia, Praxis-UK, Group-Turkey, TDM 2000-Italy, Mladi Voluntari-Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Please see the links below to the two video jingles produced by the participants: