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When: 7-11 December 2014
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France
Deadline for submitting applications: 7 November 2014, 16:00

The workshop for online campaign activists seeks to bring campaign and human rights activists to prepare together the Action Week for Human Rights online and to bring online activists closer to the heart of the movement.

Aims and objectives

The workshop has a double folded aim:

-          to celebrate the International Human Rights Day and highlight the contribution of the Movement to the respect of human rights online;

-          to contribute to the development and work of the network of online activists in the No Hate Speech Movement.

The specific objectives of the workshop are:

 -          To prepare and implement a week of action centred on 10 December and including interactions with campaign actors in Strasbourg and in the Council of Europe;

-          to plan the work left for within the online campaign until 21 March 2015, building on the conclusions and recommendations of the No Hate Forum in Azerbaijan;

-          to discuss and plan on the future of the network of online activists.

When: 30 November – 4 December 2014 (travel days included) / 30 novembre - 4 decembre 2014 (jours de voyage inclus)
Where: European Youth Centre Strasbourg (France) / Centre Européen de la Jeunesse, Strasbourg (France)
Deadline for submitting applications: 3 November 2014, 6.00 p.m. / 3 novembre 2014, 6.00 am

The symposium ‘Forever Young’ will bring together some 70 participants including young people, youth workers and trainers, youth organisations, policy makers from different sectors, as well as representatives of different other sectors concerned and other international organisations. The symposium aims at contributing to the development of joint responses to the challenges of young people in relation to transition to autonomy and working life, within a human rights framework.

Le Symposium « Forever Young ? » réunira quelque 70 participants y compris jeunes, travailleurs jeunesse et formateurs, organisations jeunesse, législateurs/policy-makers de secteurs divers ainsi que représentatives de différents autres secteurs concernés et d’autre organisations internationales. Le Symposium a l’objective de contribuer au développement de réponses conjointes concernant les défis des jeunes en relation avec les transitions à l’autonomie et à la vie professionnelle dans le cadre des droits de l’homme.

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