YPIDA Berlin in Pristina, Kosovo

YPIDA Berlin joins a Training of Trainers project  called “Not Just Numbers” under the Capacity Building Programme in Kosovo. The brief information on the project are given below:

Short Info about the project:

Training of Trainers – Training of Trainers: Not Just Numbers – Addressing Migration in Youth Work

Not Just Numbers is an international youth capacity-building project aimed at strengthening co-operation and developing capacity of youth organisations in dealing with migration and asylum issues in the EU and Western Balkans.
The project is built on a broad needs analysis conducted by members of the project consortium in their communities and responds directly to needs and problems of their target groups – young people, notably those with fewer opportunities. The project is way to deepen and extend local activities in the fields of migration and asylum awareness conducted by consortium members in their countries. The main problems the project responds to are: low awareness of migration regulations in the EU and South-East Europe, prejudice and discrimination against migrants and asylum seekers and negative portrayal of migrants in the EU and Western Balkan countries. The project will create synergies between the fields of youth work, formal education and training, through co-operation with formal educational institutions in campaigning on migration and asylum matters.

Within the scope of the project a Training of Trainers Project in Albania is planned. For detailed information on the project and the host organization, please visit the links below:

http://www.iom.int/njn

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