A new generation of peer trainers is starting its journey! From June 6th to 11th, the first training of the “Peers for peace” project took place in Arad, Romania, with the great support of our member organisation Ofensiva Tinerilor and the pedagogical expertise of CEJI - A Jewish Contrbution To An Inclusive Europe.
European Peer Training Organisation - EPTO
EPTO provides a space where young people can be learners and educators, sharing with their peers their competencies in a spirit of collaboration.
In EPTO, individual knowledge becomes collective knowledge.
What is Humanitas' vision?
Humanitas is a medium size non-governmental and non-profit organisation, founded in the year 2000. Its mission is to raise awareness of global interdependencies, to promote social inclusion and global responsibility, and to encourage change of attitudes towards global issues such as development, north-south perspectives, poverty, migration, over-consumption, environmental sustainability etc. Humanitas carries out various activities that are thematically and methodologically related to the concept of Global Education (GE). It is a leading organization in Slovenia working in the field of GE.
As a membership-based organisation, EPTO runs every year an annual event for its member organisations in order to regularly meet, assess their needs and capacities, and support them with tailored services. In a context of rising extremism worldwide and in the aftermath of the horrifying terror attacks that are taking place notably in Europe, thanks to the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe, EPTO launched the third edition of this event in Berlin (8-9/04/2017) to open the floor to youth workers and practitioners to address how the issue of extremism could be better tackled through peer education.
From March 29th to 31st in Luxembourg took place the second working group meeting of “Bouge et décroche ton job”, a 4-year Erasmus + project which associates a unique network of French, Belgian, Luxembourgish and Italian partners in the fields of formal and non formal education, vocational training, companies and public authorities to foster the socio-professional insertion of young people who dropped out of school.