To respond to a call of the European Commission and to address the challenges of social inclusion of all young people, including those from a migrant background, the network of ERASMUS + youth agencies is managing three initiatives dedicated to youth work and how it faces the opportunities and challenges raised by the increasing numbers of young migrants and refugees in the EU. Human rights and awareness actions encouraging intercultural dialogue and building mutual understanding are other themes treated . To find out more please visit the web sites of our three projects and of the other initiatives in the field.
Human rights Education
The main objectives of the project are preventing violent radicalization and promoting democratic values, fundamental rights, intercultural understanding and active citizenship of young people; and enhance critical thinking and media literacy among young people.
The main purpose of the project is to develop and share non-formal education methodologies and new inclusion practices, with a view to promoting the integration and social inclusion of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants and to foster understanding, tolerance and respect among people.
We wish to contribute to increase of the overall understanding and knowledge on HRE in the field of youth and to make HRE visible because we believe that youth work should be based on and stem from culture of human rights.