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When: 6-10 апреля 2015 года
Where: Казань, Республика Татарстан, Российская Федерация
Deadline for submitting applications: 12 марта 2015 года

Международный тренинг-курс «Bookmarks:  противодействие языку вражды через образование в области прав человека»

Тренинг-курс состоится с 6 по 11 апреля 2015г. (включая дни приезда и отъезда) в г. Казань (Республика Татарстан, Российская Федерация). Тренинг является частью Плана действий на 2014-2015 гг. по реализации Рамочной програмы сотрудничества Министерства образования и науки Российской Федерации и Совета Европы  в сфере молодежной политики и проводится при поддержке Федерального агентства по делам молодежи и Министерства по делам молодежи и спорту Республики Татарстан.

Цель: развитие компетенций по образованию в области прав человека у специалистов в сфере формального и неформального обучения, молодежных работников и активистов с целью снижения проявления языка вражды.

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 is stronger than hate speech – 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…).

The programme of the conference will include key note speeches and plenary sessions; the sub-themes of the conference will be deepened in break-out sessions. A detailed programme is being prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belgium and will soon be available.

When: 20 – 24 April 2015
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France
Deadline for submitting applications: 16 March 2015

The training workshop aims to develop young educators’ competences to address issues related to antigypsyism through educational activities with young people and, by doing so, associating them to the wider use of the toolkit.

The objectives of this training workshop are:

  • To explore the concept of antigypsyism, its manifestations today and identify educational responses
  • To increase the competences of 20 educators to run initiatives and activities with young people on combating antigypsyism, within a human rights education framework
  • To stimulate participants and their respective organisations and networks to use and disseminate the Toolkit on combating antigypsyism
  • To support exchange of practices and networking among participants
  • To identify further support measures and actions within the framework of the Roma Youth Action Plan for combating antigypsyism.
When: First residential seminar: 12 – 23 June 2015 ( TRAYCE is a long-term training course that includes several phases and a combination of residential, practice-based and online learning. Please consult the 'Call for participants_TRAYCE'' document on this.)
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France
Deadline for submitting applications: 10 March 2015

The training course aims to support the quality development of non-formal education activities in the Council of Europe through the development of competence of trainers active in the youth field.

The strategic and institutional objectives for the course are:

  • to contribute to the recognition and quality development of non-formal education in the youth field in Europe;
  • to contribute to the development of a professional profile of youth trainers in Europe and the recognition of their competences;
  • to support quality development in the work of youth organisations in Europe in non-formal education, notable those cooperating with the European Youth Centres of the Council of Europe;
  • to contribute to the quality and sustainability of the youth programme of the Council of Europe and its partners including the enlargement and diversification of the Trainers Pool;
  • to promote the Council of Europe’s values and approaches underlying European youth work and to reflect on how they should apply in training activities.


A letter of support from your organisation must be either uploaded with your application, or sent separately to Please refer to the description of the course to know what the support letter should focus on.

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Deadline for submitting applications: كي يتوصلوا الى فهم أعمق لقضايا


-        التغييرات الاجتماعية الرئيسة والاحداث التاريخية والاسباب المؤدية الى الاعتراف بحقوق الإنسان.

-        الوثائق الدولية الاساسية التي وجدت من أجل السهر على حماية حقوق الإنسان-على غرار اعلان الامم المتحدة لحقوق الإنسان واتفاقية الامم المتحدة لحقوق الطفل والاتفاقية الاوروبية لحماية حقوق الإنسان والحريات الاساسية.

-        هيئات محلية ووطنية ودولية ومنظمات غير حكومية وافراد يعملون على دعم حقوق الإنسان وحمايتها.


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