6-15. november toimub Saksamaal Potsdamis koolitus teatri meetodite kasutamisest ennatamaks diskrimineerimist. Eesti osalejatele on kaks kohta (noorsootöötajad, noortejuhid ja aktiivsed noored 18+). Kandideerimiseks lae alla ANKEET ja saada see Seiklejate.firstname.lastname@example.org. Majutus, toit ja koolitus on kaetud programmi Euroopa Noored poolt, ise tuleb alguses tasuda lennukipiletid, millest 70 % saab tagasi. Hetke piletid Berliini (lähim lennujaam) on 170 € seega omakulu (30 %) on ca 51 €.
Content and aim
The aim is to strengthen capacities in the daily European youth works, framed with the anti-discrimination work. The trainng offer youth leaders and other responsible persons in this field basic tools of the anti-discrimination youth work, showing metods trough theatre and some practical methods for creating and running local, national or European youth projects. Also they will learn basics of the theatre expressions which are linked with additional theoretical upgrade and through working group activities and practical scenic. It helps to understand the complex dynamics of social coherences with their different points of view and to give the opportunity to develop new possible courses of action. Furthermore the training will offer time and space to organisations from program countries to exchange and to disscus their working experiencies and strategies which approaches and methods are appropriate to motivate and to include young people. In a third step it needs capacities of those involved about the practical use of learnt methods, namely how to run youth projects on local and European level fighting exclusion, discrimination and racism.
Hence, based on the play “The races” by Ferdinand Bruckner (a play in three acts, 1933) the training is aimed to strengthen the capacities of youth works in the field of anti-discrimination work. It will be designed as an intensive one for youth leaders focusing on three main areas as (1) deepening the content of anti-discrimination youth work, (2) learning new methods (usage of theatre tools) and (3) practical use of learnt methods (how to run youth projects on local and European level fighting exclusion, discrimination and racism). Furthermore the training will offer time and space to organisations to exchange and to discuss their working experiences and strategies which approaches and methods are appropriate to motivate and to include young people.
The objectives are:
• to discuss and interchange former handling in youth work regarding the topic;
• to expose failures in the past and points of potential disinterest coming from the side of youth, while dealing with the topic of discrimination;
• to discuss new advantages that theatre methods bring into anti-discrimination youth work and to dissemination of information;
• to use creativity and youth initiative in common European issues as disscrimination, racism and xenophobia are;
• to understand the importance of visible dissemination of the results of every single anti-discrimination project;
• to share and learn, disscus and create different opportunities of thetre usage in anti-discrimination youth work;
• to encourage participants to reflect on and develop common intercultural projects by putting the newly acquired knowledge, skills and attitudes into practice;
• to increase active participation of young people in Europe.