Development through Cooperation 14-20 Maggio 2016 Ankara-Turkey

NOME PROGETTO: Development through Cooperation
QUANDO: 14-20 Maggio 2016
DOVE: Ankara-Turkey
ETA’: 18-no limiti
TEMA: Ecco a voi un training che ha come oggetto SVILUPPO E COOPERAZIONE! Si parlerà di development, international development, development policy Priorities, International development dialogue, Millennium Development Goals. Il seminario sarà basato sull’educazione non formale e sarà una grande opportunità per creare partnership e cooperazione fra i partecipanti provenienti da tutta Europa.

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Condizioni economiche

- Vitto e alloggio è coperto al 100% dall’associazione

- 100 % del costo dei biglietti sarà pagato dall’associazione ospitante entro un budget che sarà comunicato ai partecipanti al momento della selezione
- altre spese al carico del volontario: quota associativa annuale a JUMPIN 70 euro.

IMPORTANTE!
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Dall’infopack del progetto:

We are looking forward to meeting you in the “Development through Cooperation” project. We have prepared an info pack for you to get an idea about the whole process of the project. In this pack, you will find necessary project information (logistics issues, reimbursements, dates, participant countries…). Please read the guide carefully. If you have still some questions, don’t hesitate to contact with us. We are looking forward to see you in Ankara.

Summary of the project:

“Development through Cooperation” is a 7 days seminar on 14-20 May 2016 for 30 young people youth workers from 9 different counties, both from Programme; Denmark, Romania, Italy, Slovakia and Turkey & Neighbourhood countries; Jordan, Ukraine, Bosnia- Herzegovina and Palestine under Key Action 1 (KA1): Learning Mobility of Individuals, Mobility of Youth Workers.

This year is called European year for Development 2015. The EU is the biggest donor of the official development assistance (ODA) in the world. The European Year of Development 2015 is a key opportunity to raise awareness of development across Europe. Turkey’s development programme is ambitious and expanding. Turkey became an important actor with its development co-operation in the last years.

The main aim of the project is to increase youth workers’ knowledge, skills and attitudes on development issues. Our target group is youth workers who were involved some development projects before and who are interested and motivated to work on development issues and will be able to act as multipliers after the seminar. Topics we will deal in the seminar are development, international development, development policy Priorities, International development dialogue, Millennium Development Goals.

The seminar was planned based on non formal education methods. We aim to have different kind of partners in this project from different experiences, and backgrounds. Every partner organisation will make a presentation of their best practices about development projects they involved. The project will be great opportunity to enhance exchange, partnership.

Target Group:

Youth workers having volunteering or working experiences in NGOs who:
- are over the age of 18 and can work in English
- has residence in a EU/Partner Country
- interested in development issues
- can commit to stay for the whole duration of the training
- have open to intercultural dialogue
- open to international cooperation and follow up activities
- are geographically, economically, socially and culturally disadvantaged (Priority)

Methodology & Methods:
The training course will be based on non-formal education methods such as simulations/role plays, field visits, reflection groups, group works. It will be great opportunity to enhance exchange, partnership and co-operation. Every partner organisation will make a presentation of their best practices about development projects they involved.
The team will proceed with an approach based on the international and intercultural dimension: the different realities and cultural backgrounds of participants will set an interesting arena for sharing, exchanging and discussing how these thematic is perceived and dealt in the different countries and societies.