By the end of Phase 1 of the project, 27 youth workers will increase their knowledge on relevant human rights topics in Europe and the life cycle of a project. They will gain a pragmatic understanding of what actions they can take to address and prevent these issues in their local contexts, and develop personal visions for how to implement their own community development project addressing human rights.
By Phase 2 of the project, 27 youth workers will have developed their project management skills and put into practice their project visions for change developed during Phase 1. They will gain practical and tangible experience of tackling human rights issues in their local communities.
By the end of Phase 3 of the project, 27 youth workers will have evaluated and reflected on their work in their local communities. They will be more inclined to see themselves as human rights activists, capable of progress on the local level. In turn, they will also develop next steps of how to affect more change on the local level following the project.
IMPORTANT: To be selected participants must be able and willing to participate in ALL 3 phases of the project!
Please submit your application until JUNE 12th, 2019.Selection results: JUNE 17th, 2019.