Start date: 02 Aug 2016,
End date: 01 Aug 2017
A three phase long-term international training aimed at improving the quality of youth work and strengthening the capacities of youth organisations working with marginalised communities or human rights education through the development of competences of youth workers. 25 youth workers from 9 European countries will meet for two residential trainings with a practice phase in between. The goal is to provide them with knowledge and skills in the theatre of the oppressed methodology so that they can achieve success in empowerment of the marginalised / LGBT+ youth groups and in human rights education. Project will be as much as possible practically oriented, i.e. on acquiring practical competences - participants will not only learn the basics of the Theatre of the Oppressed but will also prepare, execute and evaluate a small TO activity. They will be mentored and peer-mentored throughout the whole training. After the training, participants will be able to design, run and evaluate and activity using TO techniques with relevant target group and having realistic expectations about possible impact of their activity. They will have profound knowledge about the TO methodology, individual methods and activities and will have experience in running a TO activity. Having attended the project, they will also be a member of a group that will exchange ideas, best practice, solve problems and provide support.
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