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Digital Literacy


on Human Rights Education

      Identities NGO organized the training course "Digital Literacy On Human Rights Education", took place in metropolitan area Chieti-Pescara (Italy), from November 26 th to December 03 rd 2015. The project is co-funded by the European Commission through its programme Erasmus+ (Key Action 1 – Mobility projects in the fields of education, training and youth).


The use of internet to exchange informations, has made the society more informed.
Selecting the genuine information, by confirming it through several trusted sources, expressing the reality as it is, in order to emphasize the European values, was the driving philosophy of this training course.

This training course aimed to increase the level of civic participation in Human Rights protection, by providing human right education to marginalised and isolated activists through ICT.

The main objectives of this training course were:

  •  develop a tool box on Digital HRE and explore the main tools of ICT used in HRE.

  •  conceive a "useful-links" list on HRE.

  •  develop skills in the use of social media.



International partners of the training:

Qendrat "Youth for Social Changes" – Albania
Fondacija "Krila Nade" - Bosnia-Herzegovina
"PlanBe - Plan It, Be It" – Cyprus
"Horizons For Youth" – Greece
Shoqate "Youth Activism Center" – Kosovo
"Mladiinfo Montenegro" – Montenegro
Stichting "Digg'Out" – Netherlands
Asociatia "EuroDEMOS" – Romania
"Centar za edukaciju i unapredjenje drustva" – Serbia
"Istanbul Genc Adimar Dernegi" - Turkey

Within the training were used the non-formal education methods, combined with real examples and case studies. In this frame were provided basic skills on Human Right Education and digital tools and links that will be shared among participants. Skills and experience were exchanged through team work and local visits.

This TC was addressed to activists, teachers, trainers, volunteers, youth workers and in general to people working in the fields of education, training and voluntary work, expecially in marginalised areas.

 
 
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