The Non Governmental Organization, United Societies of Balkans will host EVS volunteers, from Turkey, 18-30 years old, in Greece (Thesssaloniki).
With the third and final training course on Human Rights, the second cycle of the European program "...
The training course of "MAX - Media Against Xenophobia" was organized by United Societies of Balka...
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United Societies of Balkans return to one of their known and favorite thematics; Mass Media.
This time, the organization decided to explore the impact of media on xenophobia with its new project entitled "MAX - Media Against Xenophobia". M.A.X. is an intensive training course on Media Literacy and on the use of New Media for fighting against xenophobia and social exclusion. The project will gather in Thessasloniki 22 young people, 18 -30 years old, from 11 countries. More specifically particpants will come from Italy, Serbia, FYROM, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Cyprus, Croatia, Albania, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and finally Greece.
The first in-country training seminar on Human Rights for youth workers which is organized in the framework of the European program “CHARM II”, has been successfully completed on 5th of October. The three days in-country training seminar has been held between 3-5 October and the main subject was the Human Rights Education addressed to the representatives of non-governmental organizations which are active in the program “European Voluntary Service”- “EVS” in Greece. Participants had the opportunity to attend workshops and discussions about four topics that are linked to the program “EVS”: EVS and 1) inter religiosity and inter culturalism 2) sexuality 3) migration and employment 4) people with disabilities. During the training, the participants had the chance to visit an organization of the city, that has been recently accredited to host and send European volunteers and they have also met the representatives of the “Thessaloniki European Youth Capital of 2014”.
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