Centre Educational of Resources and Training in collaboration with TDM2000 POLSKA and partners: Jump in associazione culturale, Javni Zavod Za Kulturo, Mladino in Sport Litija, OUTDOORGAME o.s., Bulgarian Youth Association, TURKIYE GENCLIK BIRLIGI DERNEGI, Youth Empowerment in a European Society is going to organise and facilitate a Training Camp for youth workers and youth facilitators this summer! If you want to become professional… Read more →
TDM2000 Polska is announcing an open call for 4 participants for a Training Course “Empowered AS Entrepreneurs” that will be organized in Craiova, Romania from 1st to 12th of June 2015. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about entrepreneurship together with peers from 6 European countries. Read more →
The CHARM Yourself Online Training Course was set to engage youth workers, managers, members and volunteers of various youth organizations into a journey to explored the topic of human, anti- racism and inclusion and how they are related to the way to youth organizations function. Read more →
“This training despite being educative about human rights, their history and the people who were brave and educated enough to fight to defend them, it also showed us how to pass this knowledge on to the other young people in our countries. We were shown how to take the initiative and use activities and methods described in the COMPASS… Read more →
As someone fairly new to Human Rights it was a fantastic opportunity to be a part of this training course. It was really well designed from an educational point of view and I learned so many new things. It has ignited a real passion within me and I hope to progress forward and put my new skills to really good… Read more →
I have never participated in a training course like this one. My expectations were surpassed. It was great to meet people from another countries and spend with them 8 days. I didn’t interact with all of them, as I wanted to, and this is one of the reasons I’d reapeat this kind of experience. I’ve learned to understand each opinion and that… Read more →
Since 1981, as a tribute to the Mirabal sisters (three Dominican sisters, political activists known as the Hermanas Mirabal, who were brutally assassinated for opposing the Trujillo dictatorship on November 25, 1960), as well as global recognition of gender violence, the date 25 November has been marked by women’s activists as a day against violence against women.
Following the adoption of the Read more →