Gender equality through global capacity building
Start date: Feb 1, 2015,
End date: Jul 31, 2016
General idea: to promote gender equality and empower young women (with a connection to equal rights and unemployment), to foster the discussion about these issues and to provide the nessesary so that youth can invest their talent in their community and create something in their country. This will improve their quality of life.Partners: Pina Slovenia, De Lindenberg Netherlands, Cesie Italy, KVDA Kenya, Tycen Tanzania, … CameroonAims & objectives:To foster cooperation and exchange of experience and good practice in the field of youth and non-formal education (media and cultural) knowledge and exchange of young people.To strengthen the capacity building of the partner organisations.To promote transnational non-formal learning mobility, targeting young people with fewer oppurtunities, with a view to improving level of competeces and fostering active participation in society.To increase young people's understanding of inter-cultural dialogue and cultural diversity.To improve the quality and recognition of non-formal learning in the field of media and include non-formal educational techniques into official educational system. Thereby contribute to civil society development. To foster development, testing and launching of schemes and programmes of non-formal learning mobility at regional level (within and across regions of the world) The results/created guidelines will serve as a base for cooperation and mobilities in the future.Activities:To launch, test and implement youth work practices, such as: non-formal learning methods, especially those promoting acquisition/improvement of competences, including media literacy skills (written, film, photo, audio). Research, international seminars, workshops, conferences, mobility of youth worker, EVS, international youth training, youth events.
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