GAIA organized basic workshops for sensibilisation for discrimination on national level using non-formal learning methods and approaches. More information about this workshops you can find below.

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The first national weekend training course “Facing stereotypes and prejudices through interactive theater method Stop and Act” took place from 7th to 9th of June in Banja E Pejes/Pecka Banja and gathered 20 young people from Kosovo, eager to learn more about prejudices, stereotypes and discrimination and take an active role in awareness raising activities that would help overcoming discrimination on many existing aspects.

The training was realized in 3 main phases, using non-formal learning methods:

  • defining and understanding stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination & how they interact & function in relation to one another
  • exploring various courses of action against discrimination
  • introducing Stop and Act theatre method and producing educational plays

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As a final result, participants designed and performed several educational theatre plays emphasizing the issues of racial, institutional and gender discrimination.

This training course is organized by GAIA, within the frame of ‘Regional Youth Action against Discrimination and Militarism’.

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National weekend training course

Intercultural learning through outdoor activities’’

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The second national weekend training course “Intercultural learning through outdoor activities” took place from 23rd to 25th of August, in Banja E Pejes/Pecka Banja and gathered 20 young people from all over Kosovo, eager to better understand culture, causes of cultural clashes and develop sensitivity towards different cultures.

The training was realized through non-formal methods of experiential learning and number of simulation and role-play games followed by discussions and lectures, covering following topics:

  • culture, cultural identity, diversity
  • cultural clashes
  • development of intercultural competences and sensitivity
  • intercultural dialogue

During the final part of the training participants created and performed several theatre plays, portraying the processes of intercultural sensitivity development, while using examples often present in Kosovo society.

This training course is organized by GAIA, within the frame of ‘Regional Youth Action against Discrimination and Militarism’. 

 

 

 

 

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