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Digital Storytelling - Online Training for Facilitators - E-learning - 25 October to 17 December. Digital Storytelling (DST) is a powerful youth work tool! Through DST you can achieve excellent results, especially in work with socially vulnerable groups. It is a perfect system to discuss all kinds of topics, even the most difficult ones. Application deadline: 24 October 2021.

Gender Training for Youth Workers: What's Gender got to do with it? - E-learning - 27 to 28 October. This training course aims to provide a basic understanding about contemporary gender issues, as well as provide clear links between gender equality, human rights education and youth work. It also aims to provide useful tools and methods for youth workers to discuss gender issues with the young people. Application deadline: 24 October 2021.

Improv as a Tool for Conflict Resolution - E-learning - 27 October to 24 November. Do you want to find a playful way to resolve painful conflicts? This training course designed for youth and social workers will give you the tools and exercises to explore conflict as a learning opportunity and to gain confidence in mediating conflicts. Application deadline: 25 October 2021.

European Academy on Youth Work - Webinar 1: Innovation in Times of Disruption - E-learning - 4 November. Would you like to take a moment to explore the concept of Innovation in your youth work practice with colleagues from across Europe? This webinar offers inspiring inputs from theory and practice by experts and interesting conversations with peers. Application deadline: 1 November 2021.

Netizens - education for digital rights and democracy - Seminar - 6 to 11 December in France. The aim of this study session is to upgrade the know-how of human rights educators, at using safe digital tools with young people and at the same time use non-formal education for cyber-hygiene of young people. Application deadline: 4 November 2021. 

 

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