12-19 January 2018 | Sumy, Ukraine
This Training Course is for 36 participants from Armenia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Moldova, Romania, Ukraine.
The participants of the TC will learn about the method of the role-play simulation games: how to use, how to adapt for the certain learning purposes, and how to create their own simulation activities based on the local realities. We will start with more abstract simulations and then will continue to develop the games and simulations that will help to prevent or to solve existing conflict between locals and forced migrants. The simulation method demonstrates a model which helps participants to understand the real motivation and feelings of different sides of the conflict.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
– to discover the challenges which appear in the communities in Europe connected with the forced migration and refugees and to look for solutions to these challenges;
– to learn about how youth can be active on the local level to help in the integration of the forced migrants;
– to learn about the role-play simulation games method (structure, specifics, usage, adaptation for the certain needs, creation of the games) and how it can be used to prevent or solve problematic issues connected with forced migration;
– to create new role play simulation activities based on the participants’ realities which will be used in future for prevention or solving local conflicts connected with forced migration.
Detailed INFOPACK on the project: https://www.smore.com/q0gzr-learning-to-live-together
The organizers will reimburse 100% of participants’ travel costs from your home city to the venue within the limits defined by Erasmus+ program.
Maximum amount to be reimbursed for all participating countries – 275 Euro; Ukraine – 20 Euro.
Application deadline (24h CET): 28 November 2017.
Date of selection: 12 December 2017.