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Feb 11 2013

2013.02 Chance for Peace-11

2013.02 Training Course "Chance for Peace"

The training course “Chance for Peace” (CfP) provided 30 youth workers with tools to empower young people both in EU and Neighbouring Partner Regions to take an active role in settling conflicts and tensions between each other 

Name: Chance for Peace  Duration: 11-19 February 2013  Location: Bakuriani, Georgia
Organizers: Robert Schuman Foundation  Supporters: Youth in Action Programme (Action 3.1)  
Romanian participants: Andrei Daicer (M); Adrian Cocardan (M).  

 

on local as well as on international level, particularly among young people affected by the conflicts in the EECA. The training provided practical and easy to use tools for conflict analysis and design for conflict intervention. Therefore, a variety of non-formal educational tools such as simulation exercises, group work, debates, theatre methods was accompanied with feedback, evaluation sessions and a cultural evening organized by the participants.

Its main objectives were:

- To study conflict transformation and resolution;

- To enhance understanding between European and neighbouring countries realities;

- To highlight the importance of youth participation in conflict resolution and reconciliation; and,

- To work on future plans for European cooperation on youth project on conflict management.