Youth of the World: transformative power of Global Education

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MigratED: Description

Youth of the World Project is a one-and-a-half-year-long Key Action 2 project supported by Erasmus+ of the European Commission. Youth of the World intends to enhance the skills and performance of Youth workers and educators in general, through the promotion of innovative integrated approaches, such as inclusion, diversity, equality, and non-discrimination in youth activities. Particularly, Youth of the World fosters the development of social, civic, intercultural competences, media literacy and critical thinking, but also combating discrimination, segregation, racism, bullying and violence.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title Youth of the World: transformative power of Global Education
Project Acronym YoW
Donor Erasmus+
Lead Partner ICSE & CO (Italy)
Agreement n° 2017-1-IT03-KA205-010978
Partners Future Worlds Center (Cyprus)
United Societies of Balkans Astiki Etaireia/USB (Greece)
Mezhdunaroden Centar za Razvitie na Obrazovanieto i Obuchenieto/ICDET (Bulgaria)
EPRALIMA - Escola Profissional do Alto Lima, C.I.P.R.L. (Portugal)
Development Perspectives (Ireland)
Cost of Action €101,740.00
Cost for FWC €16,970.00
Dates 01/06/2017 - 31/12/2018

Short Description Youth of the World is a project focused on creating inclusive youth led training for non formal education specifically for youth workers and secondly those involved in education of young prople with the ultimate objective of generating social inclusion and the promotion of a multicultural society promoting high-quality youth work. In this way, it will also be possible for youth workers to develop useful professional skills in the relevant sectors and boost the quality of their work.