Application Due Date: 19 May 2019.
The Council of Europe’s Youth Department, in cooperation with the North South Centre and the nationwide project committees of the No Hate Speech Motion in Morocco and Tunisia, is arranging a training workshop “ALTERNATIVES -Countering hate speech and oppression through discussion and human rights education” in structure of the 7th Mediterranean University on Youth and Global Citizenship (MedUni).
The university will be kept in Hammamet, Tunisia, from 9 to 16 June.The Mediterranean University on Youth and Global Citizenship is an activity helped with and collaborated by the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe in collaboration with l’Observatoire National de la Jeunesse (ONJ, Tunisia) and other youth serving organisations from Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, within the Network on Youth and Global Citizenship.
The Mediterranean University on Youth and Global Citizenship is a structure occasion where various youth-led and youth-oriented organisations have the possibility to run their own activities within a multilateral cooperation context, which motivates networking, peer education, style of typical advocacy techniques and sharing of understanding and chances.
Considering That 2013, the MedUni represents a chance to check out the principle of international education and international citizenship, to motivate discussion in between choice makers and youths, to promote for youth involvement and to empower youths towards their rights and tasks.
Goals and goals:
The workshop will check out the existing concerns in relation to dislike.
speech and human rights and establish the skills of youth and human.
rights activists to fight hate speech, with unique regard to support.
Mediterranean youth work and Euro-Arab youth cooperation.
Particular goals of the training consist of:
— To support peer knowing and establish the capability of activists and youth leaders active in the No Hate Speech youth projects in Morocco and Tunisia through human rights education based upon the handbooks We Can! and Bookmarks and in the context of the UNSCR 2250 the United Nations Sustainable Advancement Objective 16: “peace, justice and strong organizations”
— To assist in the conference and assessment of individuals with a group of specialists in associated subjects and the possible possibility of the development of a local “Believe Tank” on hate speech and human rights in the area
Individuals need to:
a) originated from Tunisia, Morocco or a member state of the Council of Europe or state signatory of the European Cultural Convention
b) be in between 18 to 30 years of age
c) have the ability to operate in French, an understanding of English is a possession
d) be associated with a youth work job associated with the No Hate Speech Project
e) have the ability to share their experiences and concepts and be encouraged to take complete part in the MedUni, the training and the Quadrilogue workshop
The Council of Europe invites applications from all youths and youth leaders who satisfy the particular criteriaof this call regardless of gender, impairment, marital or adult status, racial, ethnic or social origin, religious beliefs, belief or sexual preference.
The working language of the training workshop will be French (mainly). English might be utilized periodically, while Arabic will be utilized in particular break-out sessions.The authorities working language of the MedUni’s Joint Program is English, for that reason synchronised analysis will be attended to plenary sessions.
The program will be a mix of workshops based upon non-formal knowing, working groups for networking and sharing excellent practices and finding out about the general styles of the MedUni.
The human rights education technique provided in the Compass handbook and the material of other publications such as handbooks We Can! and Bookmarks will be counted on in the training.
The program will likewise use substantial area for the individuals to talk about tactical concerns associated with the projects in Morocco and Tunisia and the cooperation with the youth sector of the Council of Europe.
Application treatment and choice of individuals
All applications need to be finished online at https://youthapplications.coe.int/ by19 May 2019.
More details and contact For additional details or inquiries associated with this call, please contact Claudia MONTEVECCHI: [email protected]
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