Розшукуємо учасників тренінгу в Грузії (м. Кобулеті) 20-27 жовтня 2016 р.!

Дата публікації допису: 5 вер. 2016 12:24:49

20-27 жовтня у м. Кобулеті (Грузія) відбудеться тренінг "Інструменти управління конфліктами для молодіжних працівників".Інформація про тренінг наведена нижче англійською мовою.

Вимоги до кандидатів:

- вік від 16 до 25 років;

- знання англійської мови на рівні достатньому для спілкування;

- наявність діючого закордонного паспорту;

- поточна діяльність, пов'язана з молоддю (працівники чи волонтери громадських організацій, органів студентського самоврядування тощо);

- можливість авансом оплатити вартість квитків у обидві сторони*.

Зацікавлених кандидатів просимо заповнити форму до 8 вересня 2016 р.

* Сума відшкодування квитків складає 170 євро. Якщо вартість квитків перевищує вказану суму, учасники покривають перевищення за власний рахунок.

Інформація про тренінг англійською мовою:


Countries: Estonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Spain, Ukraine

Location: Kobuleti, Georgia

The project “Confless" will be held in Kobuleti with our partners from Lithuania, Georgia, Spain, Estonia, Moldova and Ukraine. The activity will be held during 20.10 – 27.10 2016.

We'd like to implement the project Confless, because on an everyday basis, youth workers are dealing with conflicts. They are in touch with youngsters, sponsors and authorities. They ‘move’ in different local cultures, effectively as a mediator between different interests. It makes their work most valuable, as they are usually also working with vulnerable groups. On a daily basis they deal with many visions, which do not always go hand in hand with each other. For a youth worker it is essential to manage these interests, with respect to all parties.


To explore the situations in which youth workers face conflicts;

To understand the causes of conflicts youngsters are dealing with and how it reflects youth work;

To introduce different Conflict Management tools (conflict mapping, co-operation solutions, non-violent communication, negotiation and mediation);

To experience different activities for conflict management in youth work from different perspectives, both as a facilitator and as a participant;

To discuss the best practices of conflict management in youth work;

To find out the limits of conflict management in youth work;

To produce and promote an attractive introductory guide on conflict management for youth workers


The project will take the form of workshops. The participants will have a time and tools for the non-formal learning development, because the products produced during the workshops, will be the answer to the main objective of the project, outlining a number of other opportunities and community involvement of young people united on one common topic – Conflict transformation, multiculturalism, European awareness and belonging to European society.

During the youth exchange will be used different activities and methods such as group works,city game, role play games, simulation games, brainstorming, team building games, debates, forum theatre, presentations and cultural evenings.


During the youth exchanges participants will improve skills, how important is conflict management skills in youth work, what kind of challenges they have everyday life in their jobs or daily life. After youth exchange they can use this knowledge in practice. Also they will improve English language skills. beside of learning outcomes participant will share their cultural tradition according how different countries recognize conflict, which way they choose this , how tolerance they are according some topic, it is interesting because cultural differences show us various way of conflict resolution.

In the training participants will have chance to:

- Gather expertise and knowledge related to conflict management and stimulate the exchange of best practices among the members and across Europe in generally;

- Create ways for joint work development among partners of the project;

- Develop the exchange of best practice, networking and cooperation among the participants;