Training of trainers for youth workers on tackling hate speech
NYCI is currently selecting a team of five trainees to take part in this very exciting transnational project.
Are you a youth leader aged under 35 from a minority group*?
Would you like to upskill and become a national trainer on tackling and transforming hate speech and prejudice that occurs within youth work settings?
Can you, and your organisation, commit to 25 days over the next 20 months?
Deadline for expressions of interest is July 7th. Selection interviews will take place from the 14th July.
The training course is organised with the support of the Erasmus + programme and all activities are free of charge for participants (including travel, accommodation and food costs of the international trainings**). The training venues are accessible and everything possible is done to enable participation of people with any kind of special needs.
To find out more details please contact Anne Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org 01 4784122
*We invite youth leaders from minority religious and ethnic groups including Travellers; LGBTI youth leaders and leaders with a disability.
**Trainings in 2017 will take place on 24th to 30th September (Slovenia) and 5th to 9th December (Portugal)
The Intercultural and Equality Programme delivers a range of trainings
Full details of these trainings and costs involved are available from Anne Walsh on 01-4784122 or email@example.com