IPC Alumni is hereby launching its human rights project “Step in: Human Rights Education and Communication in Conflict Resolution” taking place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20-26 August 2018!
For this project, IPC Alumni needs YOUR help! We are looking for country coordinators, who will coordinate the group of Alumnis from their country. Country coordinators will have the task of promoting the project among Alumnis in their country. It is a big plus if you are connected to any organization, NGO etc. in your country. Country coordinators will have travel expenses and accommodation covered by IPC Alumni!
Read more about the project and eligible countries below, and apply for being a country coordinator HERE.
DEADLINE for application for country coordinator: 30th of January 2018!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com, or Bojana Ilic, Bogna Jalowiecka, or Esben Asmussen on facebook.
More about the project:
Building on our experience from The Human Rights Cafe at IPC, the project will be implemented in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project will be composed of 24 Alumnis from various countries. The participation in the project will provide the participants with broader knowledge about human rights, with special focus on children protection and refugees law, responsibility to protect doctrine (R2P), together with knowledge about international institutions and organizations supporting promotion and education about Human Rights, such as United Nations and Council of Europe as well as conflict resolution methods. Besides the theoretical knowledge, the main aim of the project is to equip the participants in practical tools and methods needed in youth work, in order to enrich their skills and simplified acting as Human Rights educators. The project will be run by experienced youth trainers with academic background and practical expertise from humanitarian and development projects related to the topic of the project.
The main core of the project is 6-days long training course. During the stay, participants will be participating in games, simulations and exercises about the topic. Due to active participation in activities and evaluation provided for any of them as well as for the whole training, the youth leaders and youth workers will learn how to implement the knowledge learned in practical activities and workshops after being back home.
Eligible coordinators/participants: Residents in one of the European countries, and also Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, or Tunisia