Training course: Eurointegration, Social Development and Institutional Partnership, Governing Methods and Tools

30 May 2015
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Training course: Eurointegration, Social Development and Institutional Partnership, Governing Methods and Tools

Description:

A basis mediation: The essence of the conflict, Methods for argument solving; Essence of the mediation, Phases of the mediation procedure, Roles and responsibilities in the mediation, Main communicational skills, Main mediation skills, Behavior of the mediator.

The model describes a possible way for interaction among interested sides (outh leaders and mediators on one side; local authorities on the other) in the area of:

Eurointegration, social development and institutional partnership, governing methods and tools:

Examination of good practices for development of the civil society including the support and participation in the creation and application of local and European policies for stable development; support to the development of the civil and local societies, improvement of the local self-governing. Examination of tools for investments and monitoring methods in support to the goals of the stable development and the integration in the European Union. Implementation in the young people of capacity for effective dialogue with the local authorities, improved framework and capacity for stable and transparent local governing.

Objectives:

The main objectives of the project are associated with the widespread recognition of the value of Non-formal education and promoting active youth participation and citizenship, and in particular:

  • To encourage the “independent acknowledgement” of informal education through trainings on social and multicultural mediation-international acknowledgement of the competencies and acquisition of the corresponding legal capacities and qualifications;
  • To give the specific skills and knowledge about “civil mediation” to youth leaders and workers, working in the spheres of: local development, “good management”, civil rights, partnership;
  • To advocate for on-going consultation mechanisms involving youth NGOs and for their inclusion in decision making processes on issues related to education, job opportunities, social responsibility and intercultural understanding activities;
  • To develop active collaboration among local NGOs, LAs, EU institutions through the creation of sustainable networks of youth mediators for exchange of good practices and ideas;
Place of implementation: Bran, Romania
Duration:15-23 May 2015
Main activities:Training Course
Organizer:International Development Alliance (IDA Network)
Partner countries:

Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom

 

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