Democracy, Youth and Sport

Seminar/Conference

25-28 June 2017, Malta

 

The seminar will consider how, through their active participation and engagement in sports, young people can experience the pressures, responsibilities and rewards of working and interacting with each other in group activities that have particular disciplines and aims and how these can help inform and prepare them

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Call for Facilitator

Profile of facilitator:

The Ideal facilitator is expected to: – Have a thorough and extensive knowledge of Youth Work and the Erasmus+ Programme; – Show to have used Sports as a methodology in youth work and/or is knowledgeable about the subject – Use interactive, non-formal skills and methods in delivery of seminar; – Assist the

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CONNECTOR 2017

Training Course 3-8 July 2017 | Bucharest, Romania

In a nutshell: CONNECTOR is a space aiming to bring together professionals passionate about learning in a participative and interactive manner, with a focus on practical experience. The event is based on sharing, learning and testing.

Registration

Detailed information and online registration can be found here

Application deadline

17th May, 2017

Date

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Re-engaging People with Educational Barriers in Non-Formal and Formal Learning

Seminar/Conference 19-22 June, 2017 | Leeds, United Kingdom

The seminar will include elements of contact making, study-visit and training, and will consider the subject of people re-engaging with formal and non-formal education and the methodologies which can be used to support their development. Participants will be invited to share ideas and network with

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Social Entrepreneurship Study Visit – Towards Collaborative Practice 2017

Study Visit 26-30 June, 2017 | Bristol, United Kingdom

This project will highlight social enterprises as businesses that are changing the world for the better – in our communities and on our high streets – from coffee shops and cinemas, to pubs and leisure centres, banks and bus companies.

Aims/objectives – To look at different ways

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SOAP III

Training Course 9-15 July, 2017 | Luxembourg

SOAP – Sports, Outdoor Activities, Participation help to explore sports and outdoor activities and education as tools around group processes, learning to learn and more. This training course is open only to participants from small countries: CY, MT, IE, IS, LI, BE/de and LU In the SOAP III training we

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South Youth Lab

 

Training Course 21-24 May, 2017 | Mollina, Malaga, Spain

During this seminar, beneficiaries will have the possibility to meet with other beneficiaries and the staff of several National Agencies. On one hand, this could be a good opportunity to give feedback on the programme to the staff of the National Agencies. On the

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iNFLuence+ : To make an influence supporting life skills with non-formal learning training course

Training Course 13-18 May, 2017 | Turkey

“Do you want to develop yourself further as a youth worker by using new tools? Do you want to acquire effective methods for empowering youngsters? This 5-day training is for you to explore different ways of making a positive influence on young people with non-formal learning

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EVS GO POLITICAL: exploring political dimensions of the EVS cycle training course

Training Course 13-18 May, 2017 | Turkey

This training course is a chance to explore and implement a political dimension in EVS (European Voluntary Service) activities.

Objectives To address the political dimension in EVS by means of non-formal learning based on participants experience, motivation and needs. Participants will have the chance to assess the impact

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Passion for learning – Training Course on how to support young people better in their learning process

25th-31st May, 2017 | Latvia Objectives:

– exploring your motivation for learning; – widening understanding of learning and your role in it; – development of skills and abilities to design and structure long term learning processes; – reflecting on quality youth work and how it can be achieved on a daily basis; – putting facilitation of learning in

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