Corso di formazione internazionale in Giordania

11_fotografia-di-andrea-rizza-goldstein_tratta-dalla-mostra-io-non-odio“EuroMed Youth to combat hate speech and violent ideologies”

Corso di formazione internazionale ad Amman, Giordania

Dal 14 al 21 Maggio 2016

Dal 14 al 21 Maggio si svolgerà ad Amman in Giordania, il Corso di Formazione Internazionale EuroMed Youth to combat hate speech and violent ideologies .

Il Corso di Formazione ha come obiettivo quello di esplorare il concetto di discorso d’odio e sviscerare e cercare di comprendere il fenomeno della radicalizzazione di giovani verso ideologie violente quali ad esempio l’ISIS, presente nei paesi del sud del Mediterraneo e non solo. Attraverso l’uso della metodologia non formale, i partecipanti, provenienti da 6 paesi diversi, avranno l’occasione di scoprire e scambiarsi buone pratiche e attività utili per lavorare con i giovani sulle tematiche del discorso d’odio e la prevenzione alla radicalizzazione.

Il Corso rappresenta un’occasione per tutti coloro che lavorano in ambito educativo e formativo con i giovani, che abbiano come obiettivo quello di vivere un’esperienza interculturale intensa e approfondire la propria conoscenza dei paesi che si affacciano sul Mediterraneo. 

Le associazioni partner sono:

1.     I-Dare for Sustainable Development (Giordania) – Organizzatore

2.     GIZ/ZFD Lebanon (Libano)

3.     RISORSA EUROPA (Italia)

4.     Association for Initiatives and Cooperation “Yard” (Lettonia)

5.     Association Argania culture et développement (Marocco)

6.     Association Migration Solidarité et Echanges pour le Développement (Francia)

Condizioni di partecipazione:

Vitto e alloggio sono coperti dal Programma Europeo EuroMed Youth IV.

Il Viaggio è rimborsato al 70% del costo.

Si richiede un contributo di 70€ per spese di amministrazione e gestione + 20€ per tessera associativa 2016 a Risorsa Europa per le pratiche assicurative.

Come fare per iscriversi: Le iscrizioni sono chiuse.

Per maggiori informazioni potete scriverci a risorsaeuropa@gmail.com

Di seguito maggiori informazioni sul Corso di Formazione  (in inglese)

Description:

 Nowadays, Arab youth are facing an unprecedented high level of regional violence due to the unresolved Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the so-called Arab Spring. Such situation is said to ‘justify’ hate & violence and allow the growth of several extreme entities. Research shows that these hate and violent ideologies are fed by: poverty, lack of political reforms, injustice; inequality, marginalization, and sometimes social networks and extremist messages that may stimulate violence.

ISIS and its hate language and violence is a direct example of what we talking about. ISIS is here in our region but includes people from all over the world’ a fact that necessitates that we all partner for corrective action. HM. the Jordanian Crowne Prince has raised the importance of the role of youth in combating such phenomena when he stated in the Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security “There has never been a greater opportunity to influence the future, especially in the Arab world, where youth make up around 70% of the population. This is what I see every day in the youth of my country, Jordan, and in my peers around the world.” Europe is no exception! In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Europe in 2015, the European Commissioner Tibor Navracsics and Ministers for Education committed in Paris on 17 March to “remain united in our efforts to promote freedom of thought and expression, social inclusion and respect for others, as well as to combat discrimination in all its forms.”

This training course (TC) is said to tackle the above mentioned phenomena at the EuroMed level. The global objective of EuroMed is to support and strengthen the participation and contribution of youth organisations & youth from the EuroMed region towards the development of civil society and democracy. Our TC is based on strong EuroMed partnership; represented by active youth from the partner countries. In fact, a similar TC was conducted in Jordan in 2012 with the same trainer’s team.

Our TC is based on non-formal learning (NFL) where no lectures are involved. It is based on participants’ engagement in the TC design as they speak out what competencies & tools they need when approaching “combating hate speech and extremist ideologies”. Moreover, in this TC we also aim to provide space for participants to learn/ share good practices that they can use when they tackle hate speech and violent ideologies within their youth work in their countries (tools for further multiplication).

Objectives:

1. To understand and explore local realities on the situation regarding hate speech and violent ideologies in partner countries

2. To identify the causes behind hate speech and violent ideologies in partner countries

3. To share/develop good practices to combat these phenomena at the EuroMed level

 Profile of the participants: Activists in youth and development work, people who are active in media and audio-visuals, people and activists who are interested by the topic and have proven records of previous activities in this regard.

 Location: Amman, Jordan

Funded By: Euromed youth IV Programme through the Ministry of Political Development and Parliamentarian Affairs.

Accommodation: This project will be hosted by I-Dare for Sustainable Development (www.i-dare.org).


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