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"Living bridges"
Start date: May 1, 2009,

The "Living bridges" training project is based upon three cornerstones: feminism, intercultural dialogue and conflict resolution. Young women from Sweden and Finland (mainland and Åland) and from capitals, regions and marginalized groups in Azerbaijan and Armenia will come together in the Åland Islands in Finland to discuss these issues in the light of the Åland example. The international, joint training course will be preceded by national preparatory trainings held in each country respectively .The purpose of the training is to deepen and develop contacts internally in the regions, to encourage active citizenship and community involvement, to promote mutual understanding and tolerance as well as to build a base of social and professional ties between the Nordic countries and Southern Caucasus.The activity will last for 12 days (without travel days) - 6 days for each national training and 6 days for the international training. There will be 6 to 8 participants from each country, plus experts and support staff, which makes a total of 37 participants. Throughout the project, non-formal learning will be used as the main methodological approach. The aim in the discussions, work-shops, educational sessions and excursions will be to achieve inclusion and interactive participation.
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