Grundtvig Workshops bring together individual or small groups of
learners from several countries for an innovative multinational learning
experience relevant for their personal development and learning needs, in which
learners are also encouraged to share their competences and insights actively
with others.This workshop will have 14 learners and take place in Berlin.
This workshop is adressed to participiants from 18 without prior
knowledhe/precognitions regarding anti-discrimination and
diversity, who wish to learn about these subjectsin an
interactive experience based and action oriented way and who are
looking for an exchange of ideas and experience. Applicants may come
from the EU Member states (except Germany), Turkey, Iceland,
Norway and Liechtenstein.
The main objective is to enable
participants to find their individual access to the concepts of diversity and
the idea of anti-discrimination. This shall be achieved by transfering knowledge
on diversity, by raising awareness for the relevance of diversity categories in
social interaction and by developing and exchanging individual strategies
tackling sexist, racist and homophobic remarks.
course uses a variety of methodologies focusing on interactive and cooperative
learning activities. There will be a mix of workshop-based working and lectures
or presentations with discussions. Most of the sessions will be workshop-based
involving awareness raising activities, individual reflection, pair work, small
group activities, peer teaching sessions, simulations, discussions and practical training practises.
Find more information about this workshop in the Grundtvig Workshop Catalogue of the European Commission (page 73):
Grundtvig Workshop Catalogue
(Note: The course date has been shifted to April 2010)
more information about the workshop and application here:
Information about Application for the course (.pdf)
Learner application form (.doc)