All educational activities of Trajectorya contain more or less significant part on Human Rights and Human Rights Education.
|2013||Boys don’t Cry…? Mainstreaming gender in youth work||From 24th April to 2nd May 2013 (arrival and departure dates), in Coma-ruga (Tarragona, Catalonia)
Organised in co-operation with our partners from AHEAD (Association of Human Rights Educators) and with the support of the Youth in Action Programme of the European Commission
The training course “Boys don’t Cry…? Mainstreaming Gender in Youth Work” is designed for twenty-two youth leaders, youth workers and educators to develop learning competences aimed at mainstreaming gender in youth work through Human Rights Education and Non-Formal Education methodologies.
The course of eight days, is part of the “Eastern Youth Window” programme and it is promoted by youth organizations in Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Romania, Georgia, Armenia, and coordinated by the Association of Human Rights Educators.
|2012||Training Course on Human Rights Education for Inter-communitarian Youth Work||
From the 9th to the 15th July in Tallinn, Estonia.
This project was supported by the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe
More information at email@example.com
|2012||Training for Trainers on Human Rights Education||From the 30th July to the 8th August in Trakai and Vilnius, Lithuania.
Project supported by the Youth in Action Programme of the European Commission
|2009||CReActive:Children Rights in Action||Liepaja, Latvia, December 2009. Organised in partnership Youth Organisation Liepājas Jaunie Vanagi and supported by Youth In Action Programme of European Commission.
“CReActive: Children Rights in Action” was a Training Course for youth leaders and educators aimed at increasing competences in the pedagogical development of activities dealing with Human Rights and Children Rights Education by using non formal education methodology.
By using innovative and creative approaches to Human Rights Education, CReActive joined the European year of creativity and innovation at the same time contributed to the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The course gathered 20 youth leaders and educators from youth organisations working with children and young people in developing Human Rights Education for Children, and Children Rights Education.
|2009||Training Course on Human Rights Education with Children “Celebrating Children Rights”||Rõuge, Estonia, July 2009. Organised in cooperation with “Sharing is Caring” informal youth group and with the support of Youth In Action Programme and European Youth Foundation.
The Course aimed to develop competences of youth leaders and educators working with children and youth in the pedagogical development of activities dealing with Human Rights and Children’s Rights Education by using non formal education methodology. It gathered for 25 participants from organisations located in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Armenia, Russia and Poland.
|2003-2007||Girona, September 2008:
Training Course on Children Rights “Child ParticipAction! Bringing Children Rights to the Core of Participation” organised by ESPLAC and supported by the Youth in Action Programme.
Girona, September 2007, Catalonia:
Training Course on Children Rights “Childhood in Action” organised by ESPLAC and supported by the Youth Programme.
Rõuge, Estonia, July 2007, Estonia:
“Kids in Action. The Role of Educators promoting Children Rights Education” organised by Empower Station Youth Group with the support of Youth Training Organisation TRAJECTORY@ and co-financed by the Youth Programme and the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe.
Rõuge, Estonia, August 2006, Estonia:
Training Course combating Homophobia “HOW DO YOU HANDLE DIVERSITY?!” organised by TRADIVARIUS supported by the Youth Programme National Agency.
Tarragona, Spain, November 2005:
Training Course: “BUIDING BRIDGES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS – HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION IN THE WEST MEDITERRANEAN AREA” supported by the EUROMED Youth Programme of European Commission and the Council of Europe.
Barcelona, December 2004: Organised in partnership with
Training Course: “HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA” supported by the Youth Programme National Agency.
Tallinn (Estonia) December 2003:
Training Course: “HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION for Educators and Multipliers in Human Rights Education IN THE BALTIC AREA” The regional Human Rights Education Training Course of the Council of Europe with the publishing COMPASS.
The course was supported by the Youth Programme National Agency and the Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe.
The course aimed to develop competence of trainers, youth leaders and educators, dealing with youth work and/or Human Rights Education in the Baltic Area.
It was specially designed to enable participants to act as multiplier agents of HRE in providing the skills, attitudes and knowledge to educators working with minorities and to highlight the importance of active citizenship in order to develop democratic societies.
Participants attending the course were coming from Latvia, Russia, Estonia and Finland.