e-Quality in multicultural youth projects
Start date: Jun 26, 2014,
End date: Oct 26, 2014
Seminar entitled "e-Quality in multicultural youth projects" will take place on 1-6 august 2014 and will gather 26 participants from 12 organisations in 8 countries of the EU. They are youth workers, legal representatives, members, trainers, facilitators, project co-ordinators, representing organisations working with youth, with multicultural experiences, which want to increase the quality of their projects and activities. An important element of this project will be discussing and utilising ICT elements. The spectrum of the project and its main aims are reflected in its title. First letter "e" represents both new technologies, european dimension and some main values of the EU like equal rights, tolerance, justice, etc. Next parts of the title explain the educational content and the beneficiaries of our project. And so the main topic throughout the seminar will be various approaches to quality in projects, daily activities, promotion, dissemination of results and various initiatives undertaken by multicultural youth organisation or organisations working in such environments, which is obvously crucial in the process of strengthening european integration. The activities of the semianr have been set in a logical, topical order: from integration, through theoretical knowledge on quality management, analysis of european and multicultural dimensions, new ICT skills, to planning future actions, promoting project results and evaluation. The seminar sessions include meeting experts, knowledge exchange, discussion panels, practical workshops, working in groups and daily evaluations. As a result of this project its participant will have exchanged their experiences, gained new knowledge, possibility of practical use of new competences, ICT skills. They will also have the opportunity to consult and get feedback from experts and all that supervised and assited by a profesional trainer, in a friendly, fully engaged manner. We are convinced that both organisations and participants will receive long term profits, which they will be able to observe in better management of their NGOs, more effective promotion and communication, better contact with youth, time savings, new contacts and numerous new individual and organisational inspirations.
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