Refugee&Human Rights Education online workshop | SPIDI follow-up activity
Updated: Sep 8
Promoting social inclusion, fostering active participation, gender equality and combating all forms of discrimination are the grounds of Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
But how do we keep fighting for human rights when lockdown regulations are limiting our capacity?
ENGSO Youth team is willing to offer an example and share some ideas on how to stand up for human rights.
Join us for an online workshop on Refugee&Human Rights Education.
23rd September 2020 at 18:45-20:15 CET time
The online workshop is prepared for youth leaders working in the #SportForInclusion sector but open to other participants as well, especially those who have an interest in the topics of inclusion and sport.
The event will be organised as a follow-up activity of the SPIDI project, which was funded by the Council of Europe through European Youth Foundation.
Refugee&Human Rights Education workshop will be lead by whole-hearted non-formal education trainers with a passion for youth empowerment, leadership and social inclusion:
Ugne Chmeliauskaite, ENGSO Youth Chair
Gena Sturgon, ENGSO Youth Young Delegate
Laura Maria Tiidla, ENGSO Youth Young Delegate
What is ENGSO Youth and why do you need to hear about SPIDI?
Moving Refugee&Human Rights Education in online means: mission (im)possible?
Refugee&Human Rights Education; where to start and what is already there for you. Introduction to CoE Compass.
What if the starting point would be the same for everyone? Privilege walk.