[:it]Progetto “U-Civic”: innovazione nell’educazione civica per i giovani di Europa e America Latina[:en]”U-Civic” project: innovation in civic education for young people of Europe and Latin America[:]

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U-Civic è un progetto realizzato da Human Rights Youth Organisation (HRYO) in Italia, Asociación Civil Gurises Unidos in Uruguay, Centro de Estudios Paraguayos Antonio Guasch (CEPAG) in Paraguay and Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (BB&R) in Spagna. Si inserisce nel quadro della key action 2, riguardante la cooperazione per l’innovazione e lo scambio di buone pratiche, e specificamente nell’azione di rafforzamento delle capacità per i giovani dei paesi dell’ACP, America Latina e Asia. È finanziato con il sostegno del programma Erasmus+ della Commissione Europea.

La premessa su cui si basa la proposta progettuale è la diminuzione della legittimazione politica tra i giovani Europei e Latinoamericani e la conseguente compromissione della qualità della democrazia, soprattutto tra i giovani appartenenti alle classi sociali meno abbienti.

L’idea principale del progetto concerne l’utilizzo di nuove tecnologie per l’educazione civica. La creazione di nuove conoscenze per supportare gli youth workers nell’incremento delle competenze politiche tra le nuove generazioni.

Pertanto “U-Civic” intende: realizzare uno scambio di buone pratiche (tra Italia, Paraguay, Spagna e Uruguay) su cui le strategie operino efficacemente e che siano allettanti per la legittimazione civica e politica delle nuove generazioni (specialmente i giovani con minori opportunità). Inoltre, è prevista la creazione di un Toolkit virtuale e gratuito per l’empowerment civico-politico delle nuove generazioni.

Nonostante i differenti contesti in cui operano le quattro organizzazioni, possiedono tutte delle peculiarità che rendono significativo il loro contributo al progetto.

HRYO è un’organizzazione non governativa i cui obiettivi principali riguardano il rafforzamento dei diritti umani e la legittimazione politica dei giovani con minori opportunità.

Gurises Unidos si dedica alla protezione dei diritti umani, specialmente dei bambini e dei giovani, delle loro famiglie, comunità e dei contesti vulnerabili in Uruguay.

CEPAG è un’organizzazione focalizzata sullo sviluppo dei giovani, soprattutto i lavoratori e coloro che hanno meno opportunità.

BB&R è un’impresa internazionale di consulenza con un rilevante ruolo nell’ambito dell’educazione civica per i giovani.

Le quattro entità hanno pregevoli esperienze di promozione della democrazia e responsabilizzazione politica in contesti vulnerabili, quindi sono pienamente qualificate per raggiungere gli obiettivi del progetto. Così, la promozione della partecipazione politica e l’empowerment saranno perseguiti con una buona pianificazione da parte delle quattro organizzazioni, coinvolgendo gli youth workers nell’implementazione delle competenze civiche.

Durante il progetto HRYO coordinerà ogni fase del programma e si interfaccerà con l’EACEA, l’Agenzia esecutiva della Commissione Europea per l’istruzione, gli audiovisivi e la cultura.

I partners implementeranno diverse attività, senza trascurare la connessione con le organizzazioni e l’amministrazione a livello locale, regionale e nazionale.

L’elemento innovativo del progetto, cioè la creazione del Toolkit, sarà il risultato di un processo che si sviluppa attraverso varie fasi dell’implementazione e di conseguenza il suo impatto sarà valutato attraverso la comparazione tra i fruitori e i non fruitori.

La realizzazione del progetto ha previsto una riunione di coordinamento, seguita da un questionario online e un focus group finalizzati alla raccolta di informazioni sugli youth workers, sul possibile contenuto dell’App e le opportunità per i giovani. In seguito all’analisi dei risultati, le organizzazioni realizzano uno scambio di buone pratiche attraverso il coinvolgimento dei lavoratori e dei giovani. Al termine di questa fase, i partners iniziano a preparare il prototipo del Toolkit basandosi sui bisogni dei partecipanti.

Le organizzazioni raccoglieranno le reazioni sull’App e successivamente creeratnno la versione definitiva. In seguito, durante la mobilità a Montevideo, un gruppo di youth workers, selezionati dai quattro paesi, saranno formati sull’utilizzo e l’applicazione del Toolkit. In questo modo gli youth workers sperimentano il supporto digitale nel loro lavoro, al fine di promuovere le competenze civiche quali cittadinanza attiva, conoscenza della politica, attenzione e partecipazione alla politica, efficacia e tolleranza politica.

Il progetto proseguirà con un’altra mobilità finalizzata alla valutazione dell’impatto della App. Sulla base di questa esperienza, i partners creeranno un libro digitale sull’utilizzo del Toolkit.

Alla fine del progetto la App gratuita sarà caricata sulle piattaforme Google Play/iTunes Store e in seguito i partners ne promuoveranno l’uso con incontri nazionali programmati.

Il progetto fornisce risorse materiali per la formazione e strumenti per la formazione degli youth workers, prevede riunioni, report e strumenti per la promozione delle competenze chiave dei giovani.

I principali risultati del progetto saranno: metodi di formazione per youth workers e formatori, cooperazione, attività di interconnessione e apprendimento tra pari, metodi che promuovano le competenze chiave dei giovani.

I risultati del progetto saranno diffusi attraverso pagina web, social networks, incontri strategici che coinvolgano le imprese, video ed e-books, workshop e la pubblicazione su Erasmus + Project Results Platform.

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U-Civic is a project implemented by Human Rights Youth Organisation (HRYO) in Italy, Asociación Civil Gurises Unidos in Uruguay, Centro de Estudios Paraguayos Antonio Guasch (CEPAG) in Paraguay and Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (BB&R) in Spain. It falls within the framework of key action 2, namely cooperation for innovation and the good practices exchange, and specifically on the action of Capacity Building for Youth in ACP countries, Latin America and Asia. Funded with support from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.

The premise to the project proposal is the decreasing political empowerment among European and Latin American young people. As a result, the quality of democracy could be described as undermined, above all among young people belonging to the poorest social classes.

The main idea of the project is to use new technologies for civic education. Generating new knowledge on how to support youth workers to increase the political competencies among new generations.

Therefore, the “U-Civic” aims to: generate an exchange of good practices (between Italy, Paraguay, Spain and Uruguay) on which strategies really work and are attractive for the civic-political empowerment of new generations (specially youngsters with fewer opportunities). In addition, it is planned to set up a free virtual ToolKit for civic-political empowerment of new generations.

In spite of the different environment where the organisations operate, they all have specific features which makes a significant contribution to the project.

The HRYO is a non-governmental organisation which has as principal objectives the enhancement of human rights and the political empowerment of young people with fewer opportunities.

The Gurises Unidos is devoted to the protection of human rights, especially about children and young people, their families, communities and vulnerable contexts in Uruguay.

The CEPAG is an organization focused on the development of young people, above all workers and those who have fewer opportunities.

The BB&R is an international consulting firm with a prominent role in the field of civic education for young people.

All the four organizations have valuable experience of democracy-building and political accountability in vulnerable context, so they are fully qualified to operate in order to reach the objectives. Therefore, the promotion of political participation and empowerment is going to be pursued with good planning by the four entities, involving youth workers in implementing civic competencies.

During the project HRYO is going to coordinate each step of the program and it will interface with the EACEA, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission.

All the organizations will implement several activities, without overlooking the connection with the organizations and the administration at the local, regional and national level.

The innovative element of the project, namely the creation of the Toolkit, is going to result from a process developed along the different phases of the implementation and, subsequently, its impact will be evaluated through the comparison of users and non-users.

The implementation of the project foresaw a coordinating reunion, followed by online survey and a focus group aimed at collecting information about youth workers, possible content of the App and opportunities for young people. After the analysis of the results, the organizations realize the exchange of good practices through the involvement of workers and young people. At the end of this phase, the partners start to prepare the prototype of the Toolkit based on the needs of the participants.

The organizations are going to collected feedbacks on the App and then they draw up its final version. After that, during a mobility in Montevideo a group of youth workers, selected from the four countries, are going to be trained about the use and the application of the Toolkit. Therefore, the youth workers are going to experiment this digital support in their job, in order to foster the civic competences like active citizenship, political knowledge, political attention, political participation, political efficacy and political tolerance.

The project will continue through another mobility aimed at evaluating the impact of the App. Based on the experience, the partners will create a digital handbook on the use of the Toolkit.

At the end of the project the free App will be uploaded on Google Play/iTunes Store and then the partners will promote the use of the App by planning national meetings.

The project provides for training resource materials, training tools for youth workers, meeting, report and tools fostering young people’s key competencies.

The main outcomes that will result are: training methods for youth workers and trainers, cooperation, networking and peer-learning activities, methods fostering young people’s key competencies.

The project’s results will be disseminated through web page, social networks, strategic meetings involving firms, videos and e-books; workshops and the publication on the Erasmus + Project Results Platform.

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[:it]Ricerca partecipanti per due opportunità di mobilità in Francia e Spagna ad Ottobre[:]

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4-10 OTTOBRE

Siamo alla ricerca di 3 Youth Worker per il progetto “DYMAMIX” , organizzato dall’Association VIA BRACHY a Gaillac (Francia) dal 4 al 10 Ottobre.

Al giorno d’oggi siamo abituati a competere l’uno con l’altro, ad imporre il nostro punto di vista, a parlare senza ascoltare veramente gli altri, a condurre un progetto a modo nostro o a seguire una persona carismatica.  Molti di noi non sanno come comunicare con gli altri e il più delle volte non siamo in grado di affrontare i conflitti quando si verificano.

Il progetto DYNAMIX vuole offrire  modelli e concetti per comprendere meglio le dinamiche di gruppo e sviluppare metodi e strumenti per comunicare meglio, progettare collettivamente progetti, discutere, prendere decisioni insieme, prevenire tensioni e risolvere conflitti. Il progetto mira a sviluppare la capacità dei partecipanti di creare e sostenere dinamiche di gruppo positive e di affrontare i conflitti che quotidianamente nascono all’interno dei gruppi.

La formazione  coinvolgerà 30 partecipanti provenienti da 6 paesi (Francia, Grecia, Spagna, Germania, Italia e Portogallo);

I partecipanti scambieranno le loro esperienze e metteranno in pratica i metodi e strumenti a cui saranno introdotti da istruttori qualificati. Lavoreranno su questioni pratiche e sperimenteranno una varietà di approcci. La formazione sarà alla fine un’opportunità per creare / rafforzare i collegamenti tra i partecipanti e le organizzazioni a cui appartengono, che si spera portino a una futura cooperazione.

Costi:

Costi di vitto e alloggio saranno sostenuti dall’organizzazione ospitante;

Costi di viaggio dall’Italia saranno rimborsati fino ad un massimo di 275 €  a partecipante;

Costo tesseramento annuale H.R.Y.O. 15 €;

Per maggiori informazioni clicca qui

Per candidarti scrivi a melania.ferrara@hryo.eu entro il 31 Agosto.

 

 

LEARNING MINDFULNESS TO DEVELOP WELL-BEING AMONG YOUNG EUROPEANS

20-24 OTTOBRE 2018 SALAMANCA – SPAGNA

Sono aperte le candidature per il progetto “LEARNING MINDFULNESS TO DEVELOP WELL-BEING AMONG YOUNG EUROPEANS “. Siamo alla ricerca di 4 partecipanti (operatori giovanili, social worker, volontari) per un training course sulla metodologia mindfulness che si svolgerà a Salamanca, Spagna dal 20 al 24 Ottobre.

Gli obiettivi del progetto LEARNING MINDFULNESS sono i seguenti:

  • Fornire agli operatori giovanili le abilità necessarie, sia teoriche che pratiche, in modo che possano utilizzare sia la consapevolezza (in generale) e i loro strumenti e tecniche (in particolare) per promuovere uno stato di benessere cognitivo ed emotivo tra i giovani con minori opportunità e al livello secondario.
  • Fornire uno spazio in cui gli operatori giovanili possano scambiare le buone pratiche al fine di pianificare strategie che, dalla consapevolezza, possano conferire potere ai giovani europei (con minori opportunità e al livello secondario) e superare con successo i vari ostacoli / difficoltà personali, sociali e di lavoro che dovranno affrontare.

Inoltre, il progetto mira a sensibilizzare gli operatori giovanili su cosa sia la consapevolezza e su come possono implementarla nel loro lavoro con i giovani, in modo che abbiano sia strumenti cognitivi che emotivi per affrontare le sfide della vita in particolari contesti (depressione, abuso di sostanze, radicalizzazione o tendenze al suicidio).

La formazione  coinvolgerà 12 partecipanti provenienti da 3 paesi (Grecia, Spagna e Italia);

Costi:

Costi di vitto e alloggio saranno sostenuti dall’organizzazione ospitante;

Costi di viaggio saranno sostenuti dall’organizzazione ospitante (escluso i costi di arrivo in aeroporto);

Costo tesseramento annuale H.R.Y.O. 15 €;

Per maggiori informazioni clicca qui

Per candidarti scrivi a melania.ferrara@hryo.eu entro il 15 Settembre.

 

 

 

 

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[:it]ChangingRealities – Non-formal education as tool for social transformation[:]

[:it]Dall’1 al 9 Febbraio Livia Raciti e Marija Biljandi H.R.Y.O. hanno partecipato al Training Course “ChangingRealities – Non-formaleducationastool for social transformation”, tenutosi nella cittadina croata di SlavonskiBrod.

Al corso formativo, organizzato dal nostro partner serbo “Educational center – Krusevac”, hanno partecipato una ventina di giovani dai 18 ai 30 anni provenienti da 12 paesi e altrettante diverse realtà associative, con l’idea di potenziare le proprie competenze per utilizzare l’educazione non formale nel lavoro con i giovani.

Passando da una fase dedicata al team building, quindi alla formazione e consolidamento del gruppo di lavoro, a brevi introduzioni teoriche, nonché ad attività che richiedevano l’uso espressivo del proprio corpo, individuale o in gruppo, siamo arrivati a una prima fase di progettazione guidata di un’attività formativa, alla quale è seguita una vera e propria sperimentazione della stessa sul gruppo.

In questo modo il gruppo ha svolto un funzione determinante ricoprendo il ruolo di gruppo di apprendimento, ma a tratti anche di gruppo sperimentale e gruppo dal quale imparare, anche grazie ai feedback fornitaci dai trainers. Allo stesso modo l’educazione non formale (Non FormalEducation), oltre ad essere stata oggetto del nostro corso formativo, ha costituito la metodologia utilizzata per tutta la durata del progetto e questo ci ha permesso di imparare lo strumento anche mediante l’esperienza in prima persona e l’osservazione.

Confrontarci inoltre con la messa in pratica delle competenze e sperimentando effettivamente l’ideazione, progettazione e somministrazione di un’attività, abbiamo acquisito maggiore consapevolezza dell’importanza di partire da una buona valutazione dei bisogni che passi dall’individuazione delle radici del problema a cui vogliamo rispondere e che va a costituire la chiave di riferimento per la programmazione di ogni fase progettuale.

“Changingrealities” è stato soltanto il primo Training Course di un più ampio programma di capacity building – “Peacebuilding framework competence in youth work and NFE in Europe” – volto a sviluppare competenze adeguate in giovani che lavorano nel sociale, “equipaggiandoli” e rendendoli in grado di sviluppare attività di educazione non formale orientate alla promozione del cambiamento sociale.

Il progetto prevede altri due corsi formativi che avranno luogo rispettivamente in Bosnia Erzegovina in Aprile (“Yellow brick road – Peacebuilding in youth work”), ed in Serbia a Maggio (“Action lab – Creativity and innovation in peacebuilding”), nonché un’Action Week a Giugno durante la quale verranno parallelamente organizzate diverse attività in ciascuno dei paesi partner, lo sviluppo di una piattaforma web per divulgare riferimenti formativi e toolkits (https://www.actionhub.eu/), e un grande evento di valutazione finale dell’intero programma che si terrà a Krusevac, in Serbia, a Settembre.

 

Video-riassunti di ogni giornata possono essere visualizzati alla pagina fb dell’organizzazione ospitante: https://www.facebook.com/edukativnicentar.krusevac/

 

 

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ONE WORLD – Wikiblog

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FIRST DAY IN A JOURNEY

We’re staying in Palermo, the main town of Sicily, Italy. We’ve seen a small part of the city and it was full of historical buildings and lives on diversity. The buildings belong to Arabic and European cultures, that influenced different architectural style.

For the first day of the program we were lucky to have a friendly group of participants as they have a very good initiative to get to know the others. The participants have been very welcoming and open to the 11 cultures that are present in the youth exchange project. In fact, even if it’s represented by 6 countries, we discovered that participants come from more countries; which is very useful to have more diversity and it will help us reach the aims of the pathway. Our openness was noticed by, for example, the curiosity to learn basics of the different languages.

During the day, we realized that there are many connections among us which helped us to create bonds easier than we do in our everyday lives. We benefited of these links to organize a structured story telling in which 5 participants volunteered to share their experience on discrimination. In this activity each member of the other participants got the chance to break down their stereotypes, share their point of view on the subject and discover that there are similarities of discrimination in every culture.

Who said that people from different cultures cannot live together? And why do we create boundaries which prevent us from spreading love and peace?

 

P.S. We would be very happy if you share your personal experience on discrimination in the comments on the following link:

https://m.facebook.com/asshryo/

 

Wiki Blog 24-10-2016:

 

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Today, we started our day wandering around the city. We had to visit places that we have never been to before, and beside the idea we had about the city and the people, we luckily had the chance to realise how helpful, friendly, and kind Palermitans are. We also realised that our bonds are becoming stronger even though its only our second day.

During the workshop on media influence we experienced that media has a positive and negative influence on people. All the different cultural perspectives gave us insight on the level of which we are influenced and made us understand that there are voices that are not heard by the audience. Aside from this we also miss the media stimulating a culture of peace, and we created concepts on how we could influence it in a positive way. We would love to hear more about the positive things in the world.

We also had the chance to witness an empathic situation between a Spanish and a Palestinian guy, and from the experience of the Spanish guy, it really touched him that he is privileged to live such a wonderful life without being aware of what is really happening to lovely people like that Palestinian guy. Its also really wonderful that even without being able to communicate sometimes because we speak different languages, we’re surprisingly creating different ways to have a great time with each other.

Do you think now that languages and boarders are obstacles for people to understand each other?

 

Wikiblog – Day 3

Today was the third day of One World Project and it was amazing. We had three activities and they were so beneficial that it broadened our horizons about peace.

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Firstly, we had “Hope, Fear and Dreams” session. The aim of the session was to understand each other’s hopes, fears and dreams, to know each other better, to face with the others’ realities, and the challenges, and to reach our project’s aims, goals, and objectives. The second was the brainstorming about the discussion. We proposed some words about the concept of peace. The last one was “Art Group”. Its aim was to reflect our ideas and feelings through art and to make our abstract outcomes visualize.

To sum up, we gained more information about peace. We talked to each other, faced with the realities, and produced our own understanding about peace. Therefore, we are getting closer to the objectives and aims of the project.

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Wikiblog – Day 4

 

Peace is ourselves

Hello we are Adela, Gianluca, Selen and Mediha, and we are going to continue with the daily “wikiblog”. Our day basically consisted on peace, but… what is peace for us? You may say help, love, strength, sharing, freedom, forgiveness… we could be writing adjectives for the whole afternoon. Let start.

After discussing for a long time, we found out that for us peace is balance, which means that every part of the “construction” is necessary in order to keep it up without falling, also being together as a group loving others as human beings not focusing on color, religion, culture. Furthermore, we could say that peace is also hope, in the sense of building something unique: “ONE WORLD”. Going deeper, we can also find peace through happiness. How? Happiness means self-stability not only with yourself but also in your work, with the people around you, with your family and almost in every field of your life. So if it was your turn, how would you define peace?

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The second part of the session was focused on our qualities, on discovering ourselves and how we could, in and individual and personal way, execute this actions in order to find peace. As a result, we discovered that is not that impossible taking real actions to set peace, not in a global way but step by step we may end up building something great and that we were able to do everything we really want to do.

To sum it up, we have to say that this was a wonderful day to learn a little more about our own attitudes and to decide how or when to take actions for self-development towards peace. We have to leave because Palestinian night is about to start!!!

However, we all would like to know what is your opinion towards this topic: PEACE. You can leave us a comment in this link https://m.facebook.com/asshryo/

And remember, if you want to find love or peace in others, we have to work first in ourselves.

Ciao!!!

 

 

Wikiblog – Day 5

We can be heroes…

We woke up to a rainy day. Fortunately, it was not too cold to train. We started the process of making a special song for the project. It was really funny and inspiring trying to produce a song together. Eventually we succeeded to have many sentences in different languages. Tomorrow we will continue the song-creation and the final recording.

After lunch the rain was still pouring down. Perfect weather to see a movie! We saw a movie called Selma, which tells the story of Martin Luther King and how he led the non-violent march from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama in 1964.

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The movie was very touching and had a strong impact on us. Especially since the topic of human rights is something we are discussing a lot this week. It was inspiring to us to see how they used non-violent methods to reach their goals. We believe that we can learn a lot from it. We learned that the union of people makes us strong and can have the power to change political laws. Of course, this intention must be structured and we saw that having a strong and inspiring leader can make a big difference. This needs to be a leader that works with the support his/her followers and is not superior. Another observation from movie is that media can play a big role in effecting people. Media (reporters etc) can communicate what is happening so that people can learn what is happening in reality. For this we see a big need in today’s society. Many horrible scenes are taking place all over the world, and it is important to communicate what is happening so that everyone can have an awareness of it.

One comment we heard about the movie, from some people within the group, is “why didn’t white people take action? How could they just sit by and watch how black people were being treated?”. One reflection we have about this, is that we have similar situations going on in the world today. It is very easy to be critical of things being done in the past, but what about our actions today? A reality with wars and fleeing people. How are we responding to this? Are we doing everything that is in our power to do, or are we just sitting by and watching what is happening? As we are writing this it reminded us about a line in the song we were creating earlier today; How can I be a hero today? How can I be today’s Martin Luther King?

If you wish to add a comment, please do it in the following link: https://m.facebook.com/asshryo/

 

 

 

 

 

Call for partners EACEA 12/2016 Refugee integration project

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A track in a Truck – A trip around Europe for Refugees integration

 

Call for partners EACEA 12/2016 Refugee integration project

 

Creative Europe

 

The project a Track in a Truck – A trip around Europe for Refugees integration aims at promoting a new point of view related to the refugee and migration topic that is a very sensitive issue for Europe. Our objective as civil society organisation is to change the point of view and put the migrant/refugee figure at the centre of European squares. This will allow meeting and knowing them through music, dance and food from different cultures and which represent a long tradition that for Europe has to be a treasure to discover.

We as border, coming from Sicily, want to start a trip around Europe in order to meet our partners and know the mixed culture in their countries in the squares.

During our trip we want to involve migrants youngsters in a reparative justice path, who need to discover European citizen starting from their equal in age with the same situations.

We want to re-discover a European belonging, which start from new generations and from the new arrivals.

 

We are looking for partners working on civil society issues and closely with migrants, diaspora communities and refugees. They will be our link to the country and the socio political reality of their context.

 

If you want to be partner and for more information, please contact sending the Partner Identification Form to: info@hryo.eu

 

 

Evs for Human Rights, Thinking Globally, acting locally

“General standards of human rights apply to the people of all countries because, regardless of their cultural background, all humans share an inherent yearning for freedom, equality and dignity.”
EVS For Human Rights: Thinking Globally , Acting Locally is a long terme EVS project coordinate by Human Rights Youth organization based in Italy and develloped by the partneship with Nepal, India and Cameroon. This project grow up together with the ideas of the volunteras shared with the H.R.Y.O. to make a project which could developed the different 10478239_807492965950158_6698122417710535022_nrural areas in the world, expecially to underline the importance of Humans Rights in those areas which unfortunately are not still always garanteed. The idea of the project come up because each participant in his own way have been increasing this theme in different ways but with the same personal persistent motivation. The objectives are basically two, one is to let the competences of the volunteer grow up him self and the other one is the contribution of the volunteer wich delvelop the local community at the same time. The project will involve 6 volunteers from Italy , two for each hosting country. The implementation activities will be arranged with the aim to support the local community to develop their knowledge about Human Rights and their uses. Considereted every rural place conditions all the three organizations will use social activities based on non formal education trying to involve as much as possible the local community; this will help also to underline the important role of the volunteers for the community, but also to make each voluntear still felling part of a global project. Even if all of them are acting locally with the media education tool they will have the responsability to field a common blog which will let them share informations between them ,but also they will produce something to the world , expecially showing how and what is going on for real unfortunately in each hosting country.

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