At a time when multi-culturalism has become an important aspect of European life with an ever growing influx of people coming into the EU through legal and illegal means and also a growing element of European mobility, the Malta UNESCO Youth Association is organising a training course entitled, Rightly Yours, Rightly Mine – A training course on human rights and duties in a multi-cultural Europe.
The training course brings together youth workers in discussion of how to increase awareness of the human rights and duties of everyone and how to pass this on to younger generations.
The training course which will be held at Baystreet Hotel from the 26th till the 30th of June will include the participation of youth workers from Italy, Spain, Greece, Netherlands, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Estonia, Sweden and Malta.
The training course will include sessions about human rights and discrimination, freedom of speech and children from war effected countries and also workshops that will tackle the level of awareness of human rights and duties. The training course will also include a trip to the Immigrant’s Centre in Balzan.
MUYA would like to thank Link English Language School for their support in organising this training course.
For more information about the training course and the work done by the Malta UNESCO Youth Association log into the association’s website at www.muya.info or send an email to email@example.com.
This Training course is being made possible thanks to the EU funds that are available through the Youth in Action programme in Action 4.3.
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