Trajectory@ Training Organisation is member of the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between cultures.
In this section you can find the projects that specially aim at initiating a Dialogue among youth organisations and Civil society in a Euro-Mediterranean Context.
|2009||TOWARDS DIALOGUE. INNOVATIVE APPROACHES OF NON FORMAL EDUCATION FOR INTERCULTURAL YOUTH WORK||Tarragona-Catalonia, September 2009. In Partnership with the National Youth Council of Catalonia (Consell Nacional de la Joventut de Catalunya). The residential Euro-Mediterranean Training Course “Towards Dialogue” took place for 9 days and brought together 20 youth leaders and educators from youth organisations working in Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Turkey, Italy and Catalonia with the aim to analyse the complexity of Intercultural Dialogue and exchange non formal education youth work best practices.During the course participants developed competences and increased awareness, understanding and innovative practices on the contemporary concepts of Non Formal Education and its underlying attitudes and values for engaging on Intercultural Dialogue.|
|EXPLORING DIALOGUE. NON FORMAL EDUCATION AS BASIS FOR INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE||Tallinn, Aegviidu, Estonia, August 2009. The main aim of the 8 days long Euro-Mediterranean Training Course Exploring Dialogue was to explore the underlying attitudes and values promoted through Non Formal Education as innovative approach to Intercultural Dialogue.The course gathered 20 youth leaders and educators from youth organisations working in the Euro-Mediterranean area to analyse the complexity of dialogue and how to enhance its development through youth work by undestanding and practice Non Formal Education and its underlying attitudes and values. This activity was supported by the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe.|
|2008||1001 RIGHTS FOR DIALOGUE. EURO-MEDITERRANEAN TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE||Laane Virumaa, Estonia, July 2008. The main theme of the course 1001 Rights for Dialogue: Euro Mediterranean Training Course on Human Rights Education is to develop competences to widen the perspectives of youth leaders on dialogue in a human rights context through analyzing concepts, realities and ways for developing them through youth work.|
|GENDER AND RELIGION: A NECESSARY DIALOGUE. EURO-MEDITERRANEAN TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE AROUND GENDER||Tarragona – Catalonia, March 2008. In Partnership with Consell Nacional de la Joventut de Catalunya (CNJC). The Euro-Mediterranean Training Course on Intercultural and Inter-religious Dialogue around Gender “Gender and Religion: a necessary dialogue” took place from the 4th till the 13th March 2008 and aimed to widen the understanding on religious diversity and to develop competences of youth leaders on intercultural dialogue from a gender perspective through analyzing concepts, realities and ways for developing it through youth work.
25 youth leaders and educators from Catalonia, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey, Jordan, Israel, Egypt and Morocco participated in the course that took place in Coma-ruga, Tarragona. The course was facilitated by experienced trainers representing themselves the cultural and religious diversity of the Euro-Mediterranean area.
The course contributed to the European year of Intercultural Dialogue and encouraged the use of the Youth in Action programme as a tool to develop and implement partnership and quality value based projects among youth organisations in the Euro-Mediterranean area.
|DOES GENDER MATTER?! EURO-MED TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE AROUND GENDER||Aegviidu (Estonia), June 2008.
The main aim of the Euro-Med Training Course on Intercultural and Inter-religious dialogue around Gender was to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes of youth leaders and educators combating gender based discrimination on religious or cultural grounds thus promoting Intercultural and Inter-religious Dialogue.This activity was supported by the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe and the Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue among cultures
|2007||DOES GENDER MATTER?! EURO-MED TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE AROUND GENDER||Rõuge (Estonia), June 2007.
The main aim was to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes of youth leaders and educators working with young people in the Euro-Mediterranean area combating gender based discrimination on religious or cultural grounds thus promoting Intercultural and Inter-religious Dialogue, and to foster the development of quality-projects within the youth work.
|2006||DIVE’N DIVERSITY. TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE.||Raplamaa (Estonia), August 2006.
The main aims of Dive’n Diversity were:
To empower youth leaders with competencies on inclusion and citizenship, which they could use within their projects and practices; and support their role as multipliers working with young people.
To support the development of youth projects integrating young people from different cultural backgrounds in the strengthening of civil society.
|DIALOGUE ACROSS THE SEA. EUROMEDITERRANEAN TRAINING COURSE ON INTERCULTURAL AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE||Tarragona -Catalonia, November 2006. National Youth Council of Catalonia and Trajectorya Youth Training Organisation. The main aim of this Training Course was to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes of youth leaders and educators working with young people in the Euro-Mediterranean area promoting Intercultural and Inter-religious Dialogue and to foster the development of quality-projects within Youth and Youth Euro-Med Programme.
With this Training Course the organisers contributed to the Campaign “All Different All Equal”.
|2005||BUILDING BRIDGES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS. TRAINING COURSE FOR EDUCATORS AND MULTIPLIERS IN HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION IN THE WEST MEDITERRANEAN AREA||Tarragona (Catalonia), November 2005. National Youth Council of Catalonia and Trajectorya Youth Training Organisation. The Training Course Building bridges for human rights aimed at developing competences of youth leaders, trainers and educators, dealing with youth work and/or Human Rights Education in the west Mediterranean Area.
The course was specially designed to enable participants to act as multiplier agents of HRE in providing the skills, attitudes and knowledge to youth leaders working with young people and to highlight the importance of active citizenship in order to develop democratic societies raising awareness on the importance of HRE among societies.