Deadline: 5 June, 2012
Open to: students, primary and high school teachers, non-governmental organization’s members
Venue: The first part of the training will be held from 1 to 6 July in Probistip, Macedonia, while the second part will be organized via on-line studying platform from July to September
The National Training for Human Rights Education will be organized by The Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) – Kumanovo and The Center for Human Rights and Conflicts Resolution (CHRCR) in collaboration with the Directory for Youth and Sports in the frames of Europe Council and their program for education on human rights.
Divided into two parts, the first part of the training will take place in Probistip from 1 to 6 of July, 2012 and the second part will go via on-line studying platform in the period from July to September (2012) with mentoring and practical work.
The training aims to gain knowledge and skills among the participants in developing educational concepts regarding human rights and furthermore planning and realization of educational activities on human rights for students and young people in schools and youth centers in municipalities. The training will follow the principles of unformal education and studying through experience.
After the training, the participants are expected to be prepared for organizing activities and events with their compatriots from their community, schools, or their sending organizations or NGO centers they are involved in.
- Participants must be at least 18 years old;
- They need to have basic knowledge on the topic of human rights;
- Participants needs to be free for attending the whole training and afterwards able to take participance in the on-line platform; consequently to organize activities;
- The participants can be students, primary or high school teachers, NGOs members;
- To have basic knowledge on how to organize activities (workshops for example);
- The participants after the training need to be able in organizing 4 educational workshops for youths/students.
The number of participants is limited. Advantage will be given to candidates who are more experienced in work with youths. During the training, Macedonian language will be used, as well as English Language by the CID, CHRCR and EU council experts and trainers.