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    Jul
    9
    So
    2017
    Training For Nature – 9. – 16. Juli 2017 – Rumänien @ Băile Tușnad (Rumänien)
    Jul 9 – Jul 16 ganztägig

    Background of the project
    “ Training For Nature” project was developed based on the fact that the world nowadays is facing very dramatic challenges caused by global warming, desertification and acid rain or atmospheric pollution which took the shape of an environmental crisis affecting the earth balance and having consequences as spread of tropical diseases, malnutrition, relocation and reunification of
    refugees and immigrant families, housing and food challenges, disaster relief and changes to employment patterns. Unsustainable models of advancement, unequal power relations and unequal dissemination and use of resources, key to the current worldwide socio-economic system of neo-liberalism, worsen structural disparities and influence most poor and low-income individuals.

    The main goal of the project is to increase the capacity of youth-related organizations in Europe to become more sustainable and environmentally oriented in their work. The training course offers to the participants a holistic understanding of the unity and interdependence of human society and the natural environment. At the same time, we will offer a series of tools to participants that will enable them to trigger learning processes within young people in relation with the action they can take to protect the environment and build a sustainable community.

    More specific objectives are:
    – To provide tools and methods to 25 youth workers from 7 countries in Europe to enable young people engage in more sustainable and environmentally friendly activities in their daily life.
    – To create environmentally friendly attitudes among 25 youth workers in order to help young people commit to a sustainable lifestyle and make environmentally friendly changes in their daily behaviour.
    – To stimulate the participants to act as “environment agents” in their own organization and regions.
    – To create a networking framework that would enhance the organizational and professional development of the 7 partner organizations towards interventions focused on environment and sustainable development.
    The project brings together 7 partner organization from all around Europe in Romania, in an environmentally friendly location. They will share good practice, experience new methods and explore new sides of an environmentally oriented type of intervention.

    Target group and criteria
    The participants of the project are envisioned to be youth workers or other practitioners active in the nongovernmental partner organizations who wish to design and implement environmentally oriented activities with the young people they are working with. Therefore, they can be social workers, project managers, volunteer coordinators, communications coordinators, psychologists, community
    facilitators, etc.

    Training For Nature – 9. – 16. Juli 2017 – Rumänien

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    Jul
    15
    Sa
    2017
    TAGESSEMINAR + STADTRUNDGANG: Kolonialismus – Erinnerungskulturen im Nord-Süd-Vergleich
    Jul 15 um 10:00 – 18:00

    Nach wie vor gehört Deutschlands Kolonialgeschichte zu den häufig verdrängten Kapiteln seiner Geschichte. Im Seminar wollen wir den historischen Spuren des Kolonialismus in der Stadt folgen und dabei auch aktuelle (erinnerungs)politische Kontroversen beleuchten.
    Im zweiten Teil werden wir die Perspektive wechseln und beleuchten, wie z.B. in Afrika an den Kolonialismus erinnert wird? Wie beeinflusst die Kolonialgeschichte Politik und Gesellschaft in den ehemaligen Kolonien? Und wie können wir – ohne Paternalismus – im globalen Norden Verantwortung für unsere Geschichte übernehmen?
    Das Seminar beginnt mit einer Stadtführung. Danach fahren wir zum
    gemeinsamen Mittagessen ins tagungswerk im KuBiZ (Berlin-Weißensee), wo das Seminar anschließend fortgesetzt wird.

    Referent: Israel Kaunatjike (Bündnis „Völkermord verjährt nicht!“)

    Wir treffen uns um 10h am Bethlehemkirchplatz in Berlin-Mitte (nahe U2/U6 Stadtmitte – südlichen Ausgang nehmen).

    Die Teilnahmegebühr beträgt 5€ (pro Person/Seminar). Darin inbegriffen sind Getränke und ein Mittagessen.

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