Joint staff training events

ANM: JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENT 19TH – 24TH March, Bucharest Romania
Romanian-US Alumni Association hosts a 6-day training event on 19 – 24 March 2018, in Bucharest, Romania. The event entitled “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals” will strengthen the skills and competences of youth professionals who are working with marginalised young people especially those who are facing exclusion and discrimination due to ethnicity, gender-based abuse or their cultural backgrounds.

ANM: JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENT 24TH – 29TH APRIL, LONDON UK
The IARS International Institute hosted a 6-day CPD accredited training event on 24- 29 April 2017, in London, UK. The event entitled “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals” aimed at strengthening the skills and competencies of youth professionals working with marginalised young people especially those who are facing exclusion and discrimination due to gender based abuse or their cultural background.


ANM: JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENT 3RD – 8TH JULY, WARSAW, POLAND
The Association for Legal Intervention (SIP) hosted a 6-day training event on 3rd – 8th July 2017, in Warsaw, Poland. The event was organized within the framework of Erasmus+ (KA2) project called “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals”. The training enabled the youth work professionals from five European countries to create and exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the specific needs and realities of marginalised young people.


ANM: JOINT STAFF TRAINING EVENT 16TH – 21ST OCTOBER, MODENA – ITALY
In cooperation with CRID / Interdepartmental Research Center on Vulnerabilities and Discrimination, hosted a 6-day training event on 16 – 21 October 2017, in Modena, Italy. The event entitled “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals” aimed to strengthen the skills and competences of youth workers and young volunteers who are working with marginalised youth especially those who are facing exclusion and multiple discrimination. A specific focus was dedicated to the problems faced by asylum seekers.