The RESOLVE: New Youth Order Online Dialogue Activity provides an opportunity for young people to engage with decision-makers on a local, national and international basis to share their thoughts, opinions and participate in democratic practices.
As a RESOLVE programme, this Online Dialogue Activity will mobilise a range of reconciliation and peacebuilding techniques to achieve this including: People to people dialogue; Debate for Peace; Simulation games; Mediation techniques and Effective communication & advocacy.
- To encourage young people’s engagement with decision-makers in dialogue sessions to discuss the future of young people; address social intolerance and community xenophobia;
- To promote young peoples’ views on key socio-economic-political issues in our world today causing conflict;
- To inform young people about Social Action, civic responsibility and citizenship
- To encourage youth participation in the RESOLVE: Network – specifically in its governance, chairing of meetings and leading a peace network;
- To develop wider skills including: Leadership; Team Building; Communication; Social Awareness; as well as several wider EU Key Competencies.
We will work online for 2 weeks. Each week we will have 3 online meetings, of approx. 3 hours each. Please find the detailed plan below.
Week 1 (10th August – 14th August) – second part of the day
- Becoming a changemaker – how to take action and become a social entrepreneur;
- Setting goals and achieving dreams, despite adversity;
- Empathy Storytelling – youth from opposite sides of a conflict share their stories and bond in the process.
Week 2 (17th August – 21st August) – second part of the day
- Reconciliation Simulation games with young people representing different democratic institutions and replicating the roles of decision-makers;
- A Digital Talk on stereotype and prejudice followed by a workshop where this topic will be discussed in-depth;
- RESOLVE Network Meeting with former ‘Resolvers’ coming from 13 different countries followed by the workshop Motive in Action – reflecting on your personal motivation style.
Your full participation and commitment during all the activities is required to take part in the workshop. We encourage participants to ensure they have a working camera and microphone before participating.
This Online Dialogue Activity is for young people (Aged 18-30), affected by conflict and interested in becoming a future leader. In particular, we welcome young people from more diverse backgrounds to participate.
The course is open to participants from the UK, Sweden, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Azerbaijan, but as this activity is Online we will also review applications from other Erasmus+ Programme and Partner countries.
If you are a young person coming from the UK, you may be selected to join our Dialogue Activity in Sweden (currently scheduled for December 2020). For participants from Sweden, Azerbaijan and Bosnia and Herzegovina, you may be selected to join our Dialogue Activity in London (currently scheduled for November 2020).
Working language: English.
To participate in one of the activities register at https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/european-training-calendar/training/resolve-new-youth-order-online-dialogue-activity.8812/ by July, 31st 2020.
More information is available on the project’s website: https://www.asfar.org.uk/erasmus/erasmus-resolve-new-youth-order/