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Call for participants for training course on combating anti-Gypsyism through human rights education

Training course from 16-19 November in Athens, Greece

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Call for participants: “Mirrors” regional training course on combating anti-Gypsyism through human rights education

The Youth Department of the Council of Europe under the framework of the Roma Youth Action Plan is organising a regional training course on combating anti-Gypsyism through human rights education which will be held during 16-19 November in Athens, Greece. The course is open for young people, educators, youth activists and youth leaders working with Roma youth from Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Albania, “The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Greece and aims to raise their competences in addressing discrimination and anti-Gypsyism through human rights education. The regional training will be held in parallel with the national training course.

All interested candidates must apply online, completing the application form through this link: http://youthapplications.coe.int/Application-forms


The application form must be submitted by Sunday, 23 October 2016, midnight CET.