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Civil Courage against Discrimination – CCaD International Training Course 15 – 22 April, 2018 Rome,
Civil Courage against Discrimination – CCaD International Training Course 15 – 22 April, 2018 Rome,

Civil Courage against Discrimination – CCaD International Training Course 15 – 22 April, 2018 Rome, Italy

General aim and specific objectives

The general aim of the CCaD training course is to promote in our societies a positive approach and attitude towards the inclusion of young migrant women.

Through its implementation, we would like to achieve the following specific objectives:

• To favour the inclusion of young migrant women over 18 in our societies overcoming stereotypes and prejudices • Equipping youth workers with instruments and competences to favour the inclusion of young migrant women

• To develop civil courage skills to contrast discrimination practices at local level

• To exchange good practices on the inclusion of young migrant women, creating local networks to support it.

The project CCaD will contribute to the awareness raising of participants and their organisations to sensitive issues related to young migrant women across Europe. Through the training course we will equip youth workers with competences and new methods, such as civil courage approaches, to be used in their work and local environment for contrasting discrimination against young migrant women and to favour their inclusion.

Participants profile

Participants in the CCaD training course will be 24 youth workers over 18 years old working with young migrant women or interested in the issue. Candidates shall be interested in improving their competences on contrast discrimination against young migrant women, and to promote a positive approach and attitude towards the inclusion of young migrant women in Europe.

In addition:

Participants shall be able to work in English

Participants shall be able to fully participate in the course from the beginning to the end.

The working approach

The course will be implemented following the non-formal education approach. The methods adopted are the ones referring to the experiential learning, such as role plays, case studies, group discussions, field visits, etc. The CCaD project intends to contribute to the professional development of youth workers working with young migrant women or dealing with migration issues, and to the

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AFSAI – Associazione per la Formazione, gli Scambi e le Attività Interculturali Viale dei Colli Portuensi, 345 B2 – 00151 Roma Tel.: +39 06 5370332 – Email: info@afsai.it – Web: www.afsai.it

empowerment of European youth NGOs to work to contrast discrimination against young migrant women. Practical
empowerment of European youth NGOs to work to contrast discrimination against young migrant women. Practical

empowerment of European youth NGOs to work to contrast discrimination against young migrant women.

Practical information

The course will be implemented in Rome (Italy) and the venue will be:

Domus Urbis Roma Via della Bufalotta, 550 00139 Roma – Italy Tel. +39 0687133872 www.domusurbis.it

Participants will be accommodated in twin bed rooms.

The venue can be reached by public transportation from the two airports in Rome Ciampino and Fiumicino. Detailed information on how to reach the venue from the two airports will follow in the next weeks.

The dates of the training course are from Sunday, 15 April to Sunday, 22 April 2018.

Participants will arrive on Sunday, 15 April in the afternoon and will leave on Sunday, 22 April in the morning after breakfast.

Conditions

It is important to participate in the training course from the beginning till the end. No late arrivals and early departures.

There is a contribution fee of 60,00€ for each participant that will be deducted from the travel costs. Let me know, if the fee might be a problem for you.

The organizer will arrange board and lodging, content of the training course, materials.

The organizer will reimburse travel costs to participants after they complete the course and upon receiving their boarding passes. The reimbursement will follow Erasmus+ lump sum rules: 275,00€ for participants from Austria, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey and 360,00€ for participants from Estonia.

How to apply

Participants shall fill in the enclosed application form and send it back to this email address l.pagano@afsai.it at latest by 21 March 2018.

A confirmation of participation will be send out right after the selection, so that participants can start arranging their travel to Rome.

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AFSAI – Associazione per la Formazione, gli Scambi e le Attività Interculturali

Viale dei Colli Portuensi, 345 B2 – 00151 Roma Tel.: +39 06 5370332 – Email: info@afsai.it – Web: www.afsai.it

Other partner organisations: Grenzenlos – Austria EstYES – Estonia Antigone – Greece FSV – Hungary

Other partner organisations:

Grenzenlos – Austria EstYES – Estonia Antigone – Greece FSV – Hungary Rota Jovem – Portugal IIT – Romania AFAIJ – Spain YFU – Turkey

– Portugal IIT – Romania AFAIJ – Spain YFU – Turkey Contact Project coordinator Luisa Pagano

Contact

Project coordinator Luisa Pagano – l.pagano@afsai.it – tel. +39 06 5370332

We are very happy to welcome your participants in Rome, soon!

are very happy to welcome your participants in Rome, soon! 3 AFSAI – Associazione per la

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AFSAI – Associazione per la Formazione, gli Scambi e le Attività Interculturali

Viale dei Colli Portuensi, 345 B2 – 00151 Roma Tel.: +39 06 5370332 – Email: info@afsai.it – Web: www.afsai.it