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When: 20-25 March 2017
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France
Deadline for submitting applications: 24 January 2017, at noon, Central European Time

Aim and Objectives

The training course will develop the competences of youth workers and educators to work with young people to develop counter and alternative narratives to hate speech based on the manual ‘WE CAN’.

 At the end of the training course participants:

-       will be able to identify the underlying narratives behind hate speech that undermine human rights and democratic values and how they function online

-       will understand the functioning of effective counter and alternative narratives in denouncing hate speech among young people

-       will have gained the competences to use the action-oriented step-by-step guide to develop counter and alternative narratives with young people

-       will have developed proposals for off- and online initiatives that integrate the manual in education and campaign practices in support of the campaign against hate speech

-       will be able to counter discriminatory and hateful narratives and mobile others to promote the alternative narratives

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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