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1 DAY TRAINING on TRANSFORMING HATE IN YOUTH WORK SETTINGS

To request this training in your youth work organisation please contact Anne@nyci.ie. The cost in 2018 includes expenses only.

 

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

  • Do you see and hear hateful language and behaviour in your youth work setting? 
  • Do you wonder about the best ways to respond that will be transformative for the person causing the harm and keeps the targets of hate safe and supported? 
  • Can it be hard to identify and name what you’ve experienced as hateful:  sexist, racist, homophobic, disablist etc.? 
  • Can it be hard to manage it? 
  • Is it hard to challenge it? 

 

TRAINING OBJECTIVES:

  • You will have a better understanding on how to identify incidences of gender based hate within your youth work setting.
  • The training will raise awareness of management and challenging skills in relation to conflict in youth work settings 
  • You will explore tools that can be used to transform hateful behaviours

 

THE TRAINING WAS DEVELOPED BY:

The National Youth Council of Ireland, in partnership with 4 European organisations- Peace Institute (Finland), Ljubljana Pride (Slovenia), Interfaith Scotland (UK), Hamoment (Portugal) have been working on an innovative Erasmus+ funded project exploring how to transform hate in youth work settings through a Train for Trainers project.

The trainers across the 5 countries bring their professional expertise, their lived experiences and journeys through discrimination and othering together to deliver relevant and practical training. 

The Irish training team, representing Rialto Youth Project, Youth Work Ireland Meath, YMCA Cork, Involve Meath and Irish Red Cross Cork are ready to share their learning with you.