The workshop will take place on Saturday 12 June from 10:00 to 13:00
The aim of the webinar is to present, analyze and understand in-depth the negative effects of hate crimes and hate speech, which are a scourge on Europe. The purpose is to raise awareness among young people regarding such incidents, through training methods and tools so that they can become more active against such situations.
During this online seminar, young people aged 18-30 will engage in interactive activities in order to be able to identify incidents of hate crime and hate speech, address them and promote the creation of a welcoming environment for marginalized people in society. The workshop will focus on a set of experiential tools and activities through a preventive and participatory approach.
The online workshop will last four hours and will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2021, from 10.00 to 13.00. To participate in the online seminar you can send your application form to the Athens Lifelong Learning Institute.
The online workshop will take place on the Moodle platform, while the link for your participation will be sent via mail.
The Youth2unite project is implemented in the framework of the European Erasmus + program. Youth2unite is a project that promotes the fight against crime and hate speech by raising awareness among young people to take an active part in preventing and combating such incidents.
The program is implemented by a consortium of European partners involved at different levels in anti-discrimination activities. The partner countries are France, Germany, Cyprus, the United Kingdom and Greece.
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For further information and applications, you can contact the Athens Lifelong Learning Institute at 2110138400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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