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Deadline to apply was moved to 10th of September 2020
Human Rights Educators’ Hub: Be an actor of change!
COMPASS HRE NTC 2020 in Slovenia
The World Esperanto Youth Organisation (TEJO) and the Slovenian National Youth Council (MSS) in cooperation with the Council of Europe are organising the project ‘’Human Rights Educators’ Hub: Be an actor of change!’’. The project will train 18 youth workers, youth leaders, university students, human rights activists and NFE trainers who live mainly in Slovenia (or alternatively its neighbouring countries, especially from regions where Slovenian is spoken) on the topic of Human Rights Education (HRE). Our participants will develop their competences as HRE multipliers when organising activities by, with and for young people.
In the framework of this project, a National Training Course (NTC) will take place between Tuesday 29th of September until Sunday 4th of October 2020 (travel days included) in Youth Centre Brežice, Slovenia. We are looking for 18 participants, mainly 18-30 years old (also participants older than 30 years old are welcome to apply). The working language will be English. There is no participation fee and we will cover the accommodation, food and traveling costs of our participants (there will be a limit on the maximum travel reimbursement, depending on the city you will be traveling from).
The objectives of the NTC are:
After the NTC, the participants will be part of a newly created regional Human Rights Educators’ network and are expected to organise follow-up HRE activities back in their local communities. Educational support and mentoring for this will be provided by the trainers’ team.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the NTC may be affected too. This NTC will take place preferably physically, but COVID-19 developments may affect this and have the event partially or fully online. In case it takes place physically, we will follow all health recommendations and take all necessary safety measures: face-masks, hand sanitizers & disinfection, preferably have outdoor sessions (if weather helps). In any case, the safety of the participants, trainers and organisers is our absolute priority, so adjustments may occur.