Wednesday, November 6, 2013


Noored Ühiskonna Heaks (NYH) is promoting a call for participants for a project called 

“Re-Creating Europe in PEACE” which will take place from  28th November  until 4th  December 2013 in Stip, Macedonia.   

„Re-Creating Europe in PEACE” is a six day training course on peace building.The activity is based on holistic educational approach where the insight given into peace education is of high importance for acquiring competences needed to make each day of our lives to be without discrimination and violence. The activity will provide a possibility for young people, youth leaders, workers and volunteers to develop their abilities and skills to promote peaceful means of conflict transformations, starting from their inner peace to peace among individuals and groups.This training course will empower the participants with peace educaiton tools and methods used in conflict management and conflict resolution with young people where they will be able to act for peaceful change in Europe.

What are our objectives of the activity?

- To develop specific trainer competences related to work with conflict management;
- To give participants knowledge on peace building;
- To promote the Youth in Action programme as a tool for peace education;   

The methodology will include communication based methods (interaction, dialogue, open discussions), activity based methods (sharing experience, practice and experimentation), socially focused methods (partnerships, teamwork, networking) and self directing methods (creativity, discovery, responsibility, action).

The event will be held in English. There are 3 vacancies available and participants should have minimum 18 years old.
The Youth in Action programme will cover 100% of the accommodation, food and activities and will reimburse the participants with 70% of the travel costs. There will be a participation fee of 40 Eur. per participant.
All the interested people should fill the application form below. The application form must be sent to dmitri@nyh.ee

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