Erasmus+ RESOLVE: Peace Camps Online Dialogue Activity

The RESOLVE: Peace Camps Online Dialogue Activity is a skills development & dialogue focused activity where young community change-makers and local peacebuilders address the societies’ social intolerance throughout Europe.

The RESOLVE: Peace Camps 2020 is designed to support youth leaders to represent themselves to decision-makers, develop their conflict resolution skills, and ensuring young people are leading community unification as social action leaders and change-makers, with the reality of a new era.


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 I (22nd – 24th February) – from 2 pm UK time

  • Getting to know each other and developing effective communication skills
  • Learning how to share stories and the basics of digital storytelling
  • How to manage a conflict

Week II (1st – 3rd March) – from 2 pm UK time

  • Engaging with a local decision maker
  • Leadership and youth leaders
  • RESOLVE Network Meeting with former ‘Resolvers’ coming from 13 different countries

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.

If you are coming from the UK, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, Georgia, Turkey, Hungary or Cyprus you may be selected to join our RESOLVE: Dialogue Activity in the United Kingdom or RESOLVE: Conference in Cyprus. The dates of the events will be agreed on a later stage due to COVID-19 restrictions.


This Online Dialogue Activity is for young youth leaders, youth workers, team leaders etc, but will be open for everyone as it is an online event, everyone who is affected by conflict, or frustrated by decision-makers and interested in becoming a future leader. In particular, we welcome participants from more diverse backgrounds to participate.

The course is open to participants from the UK, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Turkey, Spain, Hungary and Cyprus, but as this activity is Online we will also review applications from other Erasmus+ Programme and Partner countries.

To participate register here:

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