Training Course “Coalition against mobbing” was aimed for 30 youth workers from Spain, Poland, Lithuania, Italy, Albania, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece and was held in Belgrade from 22.06.2016. until 29.06.2016. The project was the result of cooperation between 10 European countries in order to spread awareness about the problem of mobbing and high unemployment, to educate and to inform youth workers about the causes and consequences of mobbing. Participants of the project before the training course had to made research on the situation in their environment. During the training course they assigned the results of the research, they have acquainted with the participants from other countries and to created a network and cooperation. Participant have acquired the skills of advocacy, communication, negotiation and formation campaign. Participants had task to create a brochure and film. These materials has been used in order to disseminate the project. After the training course, participants will organize the seminars and workshops in their local communities and they will share the knowledge and skills with all the stakeholders.
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Several video clips that are part of this film are the result of training course Coalition Against Mobbing. The aim of this film is to raise awareness about the problem of #mobbing.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commissioni.e. through the Erasmus+.
This video material reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. #eucam2016
Training course Coalition Against Mobbing is funded by Erasmus+.
Overview about Erasmus+
Organisations wanting to participate in Erasmus+ may engage in a number of development and networking activities, including strategic improvement of the professional skills of their staff, organisational capacity building, and creating transnational cooperative partnerships with organisations from other countries in order to produce innovative outputs or exchange best practices.
In addition, organisations facilitate the learning mobility opportunities for students, staff, trainees, apprentices, volunteers, youth workers and young people. The benefits for involved organisations include an increased capacity to operate at an international level, improved management methods, access to more funding opportunities and projects, increased ability to prepare, manage, and follow-up projects, as well as a more attractive portfolio of opportunities for learners and staff at participating organisations.
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