say no to hate speech
This is a training course for youth workers, teachers, and trainers aiming to equip them with knowledge and skills on how to tackle the topic of hate speech with young people through non-formal education.
– to introduce participants to the No Hate Speech Movement, its aims and objectives;
– to explore Human Rights and Human Rights Education in addressing hate speech online;
– to get aware of internet literacy and mechanisms of protection online;
– to discuss the role of bloggers in countering hate speech online;
– to develop the skills and motivation for young people to recognize online hate speech and to become ‘online activists’ for human rights;
– to provide the participants with tools to organize online and off- line campaigns focused on combating with hate speech and by these means to provide the multiplying effect for the project;
– to start, to develop and to maintain a sustainable information campaign for human rights on line for promoting of safe internet;
– to discuss there are the limits of freedom of speech and at which point it can become the hate speech and even violation of human rights.
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THIS PROJECT IS FOR THOSE WHO ARE YOUTH WORKERS, MEMBERS OF AN INITIATIVE, NON-FORMAL GROUPS, ACTIVISTS, AND BLOGGERS WITH THE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE NECESSARY FOR ACTING AS MULTIPLIERS.
As a participant you should:
– be committed to attending the full duration of the preparation of the TC, the TC itself, and acting as a multiplier for the knowledge and competencies developed during it;
– have willingness to work together with all participants
– have a full-time involvement in the program;
– have the interest in the topic and ideas/methods to contribute to the program.
The project is funded by the Erasmus + Programme. The accommodation, food, exchange activities will be covered by the organisers.
Seminarhaus Berlin Weißensee
In the context of non-formal education, we feel it is useful to promote community-based living, so please be prepared to keep your room clean and comfortable (no room service is provided).
You will be accommodated in 4-8 bedded rooms with participants of the same sex. Bed linen and towels are provided.
You will receive 3 meals daily: breakfast, lunch and dinner with vegetarian and vegan needs catered for. Breakfasts are made by participants according to the beforehand agreed schedule.
You are expected to participate in all activities unless you are ill. Unfortunately, travel expenses will not be reimbursed if you have attended less than 90% of the programme.
Before you book a flight, we kindly ask you to consult with the coordinating organisation.
We ask you to keep all original invoices and boarding passes and to present them when settling your account.
There is a possibility to arrive and depart 2 days before and after the project if you can prove that the flights were cheap on these days (a screenshot is required).
Travel costs (airplane):
– Germany – 180 Euro;
– Italy – 275 Euro;
– Latvia – 275 Euro;
– Portugal – 530 Euro.
Travel costs can be higher, in case if you choose green travel with low-emissions means of transport for the main part of the travel, such as bus, train or car-pooling.
In this case travel costs will be:
– Germany – 210 Euro;
– Italy – 320 Euro;
– Latvia – 320 Euro;
– Portugal – 610 Euro.
We do not welcome alcoholic beverages during the project.
be part of this project
Here is the list with answers to the most popular questions about us and what we do
Most of the international youth exchanges are targeted at young people between the ages of 12 and 30. However, more and more opportunities for children are developed with each year. International youth exchanges are basically aimed at all adolescents and young adults. The youth exchanges organised by CHANCE International are usually targeting young people from 18 to 26 (in some cases up to 30) and funded within the Erasmus + programme.
We distinguish between participant contribution and total costs. The participant contribution is 50 Euro at max, depending on the project. During 2021 there is no participation fee. If the contribution is too high, we will always find a way for you to participate in an encounter. Please contact us!
A youth exchange is financed by the organiser’s own funds, third-party funds and the participant’s contribution. Third-party funds are provided by the Federal Government from the Child and Youth Plan and European funds from the Erasmus+ youth programme. Third-party funds are applied for by the organiser or sponsor.
To participate in our projects, you should be interested in the project topic, cultural exchange and cooperation with other participants. We do not require any foreign language or other specific skills and qualifications.
We expect our participants:
– to be involved in all project phases;
– to co-design the project, it’s activities and results.
We welcome sharing of knowledge and skills of participants with each other.
– all participants are obliged to take PCR tests: upon departure from Germany, upon arrival in a partner country and upon departure from it;
– participants are obliged to wear FPP2 masks in public places;
– organisers will provide masks and sanitizers for everybody during the full course of the project;
– the host party will ensure the sufficient degree of safety regarding the living conditions and program activities – for example – execution of project activities in well-ventilated areas or on fresh air, keeping a safe distance from other visitors or avoiding any outside contact when executing such activities;
– in case of infection – isolation of the participant, splitting the costs of medical treatment between three parties – receiving and sending organization and the participant.
Still have any questions?
Call us or send an E-Mail and we’ll answer all of them.
We’re available Monday-Friday 10-16:00