Training Course – Erasmus+ Capacity building in the field of youth.
20-28 October 2016, Caltanissetta, Italy
From 20-28 October 2016 will be held at Caltanissetta, Italy the training course CHILD RIGHTS PROGRAMMING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, in the frame of the project entitled: “Child Protection and Development: Youth Work Experiences Across The World” organised in the frame of the Erasmus + Programme–Key Action 2 - Capacity Building in the field of youth and coordinated by the organisation PRISM Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo.
The TC will involve 28 youth workers from Italy, Kenya, Peru, India, Greece and Spain, providing training on Child Rights Programming and community development. Through a non-formal, intercultural and creative learning process, the TC will equip participants with knowledge & practical tools to undertake a child rights situation analysis & design community-based projects through child rights-based approach, analytical steps & logical framework planning. In a initial part, participants will analyse rights violations for this target group, the root causes and obstacles preventing the fulfilment of children’s rights. In a final part, participants will be engaged to work together by co-planning and designing projects that responds to children community’s needs.
In this frame participants will learn:
- about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
- how to undertake a “child right based analysis”
- how to co-plan & design community-based projects through child rights-based approach, analytical steps & logical framework planning.
- Non-formal education, peer & cooperative learning
- Project Cycle Management (EU Commission).
- Forum theatre (A. Boal)
- The Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (D. Dolci)
- The UNESCO's Four Pillars of Education “Learning to live together, Learning to be, Learning to do, Learning to Know”
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained there.