BRAVO u suradnji sa CKNS objavljuje poziv za trening u periodu od 18.1 – 27.1.2018. godine u Rumuniji za državljane BiH i one koji žive u BiH.
Ime trening kursa: ”Migration – Integration”
Datum treninga: 18.1 – 27.1.2017.
Organizator: Szatmári Fiatalokért Kulturális Egyesület
Mjesto: Santu Mare – Rumunija
Broj predstavnika BiH: 4
Radni jezik TC: Engleski
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Participacija po učesniku iznosi 30€.
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The topic of our training course is migration. We focus on two main issues:
– the immigration related issues in connection to refugee crisis and discrimination
towards immigrants and
– emigration of young people in connection to youth unemployment.
Youth unemployment forces young people to move out of their country, and in new country they often face social exclusion and discrimination as immigrants. They lack support in their country of origin from youth workers (who could advise them on different
opportunities about mobility) and they lack support in their country of destination where youth organizations should be able to include them. This is situation of emigration countries, but also attention should be drawn to immigration countries and inclusion of immigrants (especially refugees). Europe is already having more immigration than ever before, so also this topic should be addressed. Each country has specific experience, and
it should be shared. Our training course brings together youth workers across Europe to discuss the topics of migration and mobility in Europe and its consequences to youth and
youth work. According to International Organization for Migration (IOM) more than million immigrants came to Europe from outside. Additionally there is even bigger migration going on inside Europe, which is constantly increasing. There are different triggers and causes, push and pull factors for migration which affects everyday life of all Europeans. There is forced migration and voluntary migration, different reasons and consequences of migration which have led to new migration routes. Migration is often seen as opportunity, promoted and supported by different government and European Union programmes, but it is also seen as a problem, often connected with raising xenophobia and discrimination against immigrants. A
ll Europe is affected by migration, and especially young people, who are one of the most mobile groups and the ones who determine how the future Europe will look like. For this it’s important that people working with young people would be aware of the causes, opportunities and consequences of migration and could support both – young
emigrants and immigrants by creating opportunities, fighting discrimination and providing support these young people need.
So the overall aim of this seminar to train youth workers, youth leaders being aware of different migration schemes in Europe and know how to deal with challenges resulting from migration and how to use opportunities created by migration in their work
with young people. Our participants will be ready to develop projects connected to migration and mobility, engage young migrants in their activities and foster mobility among youth. They can also help to change the general image of migration in society and promote tolerance and positive attitude towards immigrants (and refugees in particular) in society.