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When: Arrival: 5 July, Departure: 9 July after 13.00 / Working days: 6 – 9 July 2015
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France / Centre Européen de la Jeunesse, Strasbourg
Deadline for submitting applications: 27 April 2015 / 27 avril 2015

The Enter! Youth Meeting will bring together young people active in youth work projects to discuss ways to make the recommendations of the Committee of Ministers Recommendation on Access of Young people from Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods to Social Rights a reality for young people across Europe[1]. The objectives of the meeting are:

  • To provide young people with the opportunity to have their voice heard and to be associated with the work of the Council of Europe;
  • To learn about young people’s experiences of access to social rights;
  • To share youth work and youth policy practices and responses to situations of exclusion, discrimination and violence affecting young people;
  • To elaborate further on the needs and possibilities for the implementation of the Committee of Ministers Recommendation to the member states on the access of young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods to social rights;
  • To collect proposals for future orientations of the Council of Europe’s work in the area of young people’s access to rights, autonomy and social inclusion.

[1] The text of the recommendation is available here.

When: 27-31 May 2015 / 27-31 mai 2015
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France / Centre Européen de la Jeunesse, Strasbourg
Deadline for submitting applications: 29 March 2015 / 29 mars 2015

The conference aims to evaluate the No Hate Speech Movement Campaign at the European level and to identify measures for its follow-up and sustainability of the results in youth, human rights and education and media related policies.

 Objectives:

  • To share achievements in the campaign at national and European level including the work of online activists and NCCs and partners
  • To present and discuss the findings of the external evaluation of the campaign with the main stakeholder groups of the campaign.
  • To identify areas for further cooperation and follow-up at all relevant levels and to develop implementation strategies.
  • To consolidate partnerships and networks initiated through and for the campaign.
  • To give recognition and visibility to more than 2 years of campaign together and to commit partners and stakeholders for further action against hate speech and for human rights.

Please read more in this description:

La conférence sera un moment d’échanges sur la campagne du Mouvement contre le discours de haine au niveau européen. Elle identifiera les mesures de suivi et le développement des résultats dans les politiques de Jeunesse, des droits de l’homme et d’éducation, des médias et de communication.

Objectifs 

  • Partager les  réalisations des campagnes nationales et européennes, incluant le travail fourni par les militants en ligne, les partenaires nationaux et européens.
  • Présenter et compléter les résultats de l’évaluation externe de la campagne avec les différentes partie-prenantes de la campagne.
  • Identifier des zones de coopération future et de suivi à tous les niveaux pertinents et développer des stratégies de mise en œuvre.
  •  Consolider les partenariats et les réseaux initiés à travers/et pour la campagne.

Vous trouverez de plus amples renseignements sur la conférence, dans le document joint.

When: 27-31 May 2015 / 27-31 mai 2015
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France /Centre Européen de la Jeunesse, Strasbourg
Deadline for submitting applications: 29 March 2015 / 29 mars 2015

The conference aims to evaluate the No Hate Speech Movement Campaign at the European level and to identify measures for its follow-up and sustainability of the results in youth, human rights and education and media related policies.

 Objectives:

  • To share achievements in the campaign at national and European level including the work of online activists and NCCs and partners
  • To present and discuss the findings of the external evaluation of the campaign with the main stakeholder groups of the campaign.
  • To identify areas for further cooperation and follow-up at all relevant levels and to develop implementation strategies.
  • To consolidate partnerships and networks initiated through and for the campaign.
  • To give recognition and visibility to more than 2 years of campaign together and to commit partners and stakeholders for further action against hate speech and for human rights.

Please read more in the attached document:

La conférence sera un moment d’échanges sur la campagne du Mouvement contre le discours de haine au niveau européen. Elle identifiera les mesures de suivi et le développement des résultats dans les politiques de Jeunesse, des droits de l’homme et d’éducation, des médias et de communication.

Objectifs 

  • Partager les  réalisations des campagnes nationales et européennes, incluant le travail fourni par les militants en ligne, les partenaires nationaux et européens.
  • Présenter et compléter les résultats de l’évaluation externe de la campagne avec les différentes partie-prenantes de la campagne.
  • Identifier des zones de coopération future et de suivi à tous les niveaux pertinents et développer des stratégies de mise en œuvre.
  •  Consolider les partenariats et les réseaux initiés à travers/et pour la campagne.

Vous trouverez de plus amples renseignements sur la conférence, dans le document joint.

When: 7-8 May 2015
Where: Brussels
Deadline for submitting applications: 25 March 2015

The Belgian Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe is organising a High-level conference “Tolerance Trumps Hate– The fundamental values of the Council of Europe provide an answer to polarisation” on 8 May 2015 in Brussels.

The conference will bring together some 400 participants from:

-          National delegations of the 47 member states of the Council of Europe and the state parties of the European Cultural Convention 

-          Youth representatives, activists in the No Hate Speech Movement campaign and representatives of national campaign committees

-          Representatives of media and in particular social media

-          Experts on the main topics to be addresses (human rights, freedom of speech, education, social issues, youth, equality, anti-discrimination…).

AIn order to secure youth participatuion at the conference, a preparatory seminbar is organised for youth representatives and activists of the No Hater Speech Movement campaign. Please read the full document for specific information and conditions.

Disclaimer: Please note that regarding all applicants’ personal data the provisions of Regulation CM (89)70 on a data protection system for personal data files in the Council of Europe, as approved by the Committee of Ministers on 11 April 1989, will apply.


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