The main aim of the eight days of the training course Let’s do H.E.A.L.T.H. is to provide youth workers, leaders and project advisers an opportunity to exchange knowledge, get to new skills and shared lessons learned in their field of interests – promoting healthy lifestyle and well-being among young people across Europe by using different media tools as youth peer education as one of the oldest methods of passing information from one individual to another as health can be regarded as a driver for the social inclusion and empowerment of young people as indispensable to developing their active citizenship. The participants of the training course will take part in theoretical lectures, open debate sessions as in simulations and will look for new ways how to highlight the need to address key health determinants such physical activity, alcohol, drugs and environmental risks taking into account the role of gender. The main goal of the training course is to contribute to develop new partnership as ideas for new activities and projects taking place at international as local level of all involved partners with aim to improve the physical and social environment of young people as there is strong connection between issues as poverty, unemployment, discrimination and the health and well-being of young people. And being healthy is the first step in creating open democratic society based on activity citizenship of young people. The training course will connect youth workers and leaders as projects advisers in the field of youth work focus on youth issues coming from EU and SEE countries (Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania and Malta) and it will take place in Kavadarci, Macedonia.
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