From 11th to 18th August, with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, we participated in the training “Community Conflict Transformation Through Youth Work” in Vienna, Austria, together with 30 other youth workers from Austria, Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Spain and Poland.
The workshop is organised by the consortium of the Words of Europe project. It will be held in English and participation is free of charge.
The workshop can be useful for representatives of NGOs, youth workers, trainers, project managers and anyone interested in the topic.
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If you have any questions, please contact Sára Fábián at email@example.com.
Looking forward to seeing you!
The Syncromesh project is organising a master class series
What is the core idea of the project?
This international activity will have a non-formal educational approach by using art-based methods in order to tackle the topics of (online) hate speech, human rights, peacebuilding, democratic values and inclusive coliving, countering fake news. The main goal is to raise awareness and educate young artists, or those interested in art, those who are active in their communities, or have the potential to identify issues regarding these topics in their own realities, so that they could bring back the knowledge and can act as multipliers for raising awareness on how to live together in peaceful and inclusive societies and how to access their rights. The participants will be empowered to identify, acknowledge, act, and potentially impact.
The Subjective Values Foundation organized an NGO fair as part of the European Year of Youth supported by the National Youth Council on 12th November 2022 in Budapest.
INACH is happy to announce the kick-off meeting of the SafeNet project funded by the EC CERV program.
Α dynamic, intercultural society implies that all of its members are actively involved in the decision-making processes that concern their communities and their future. Migrants and refugees should be given a fair share in these processes, as they are the people who are most directly and profoundly affected by the decisions and integration policies implemented at a local, regional and national level.
Last part of the project WomInCreativePower was dedicated in collecting recordings about the experiences of migrant and refugee women. The partner organizations also created and tested a board game to encourage the entrepreneurial mindset, especially among women.
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As WomInCreativePower project is coming to an end, SVF organized two multiplier events in the last months to share the project results, to give an insight into the details of the previously conducted mentorship programme and the tandem training, and to build network between migrant women living in Hungary and stakeholders.