“Peers for Equality” is a new European project funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission (KA2 Capacity Building in the Field of Youth) coordinated by Ofensiva Tinerilor (Romania) in partnership with the European Peer Training Organisation (EPTO, Belgium) and Y-PEER Kyrgyzstan. It aims at developing the capacity of peer education platforms and NGOs for reducing gender-based discrimination.
EPTO is looking for 4 Belgium-based participants who are determined to go through this once-in-a-lifetime learning adventure!
Join us as we gather again for the PeaceJam Slam, a one day event on Saturday March 24th at Université Catholique de Louvain. Contact & registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the Slam we'll reveal which Nobel Laureate will be attending your Jam next November. Don't miss out, save the date, and start preparing now ;)
What is an Act of Peace?
A thoughtful action that spreads more peace in your community, school, organization or business, or is designed to gain traction in one of the Billion Acts key focus areas critical to creating world peace.
Peers for Diversity is a new European project funded by Erasmus+ and coordinated by our member organisation Ofensiva Tinerilor. It aims to train youth workers and youth mentors to use different peer education tools to fight cultural discrimination and to be able to raise awareness in their own communities through local workshops on this topic.
EPTO is looking for 2 Belgium-based participants for this project.
For the next two years, EPTO will be involved in a transnational project called « YouthInfo: Future Youth Information Toolbox » organised in partnership with ERYICA (European Youth Information and Councelling Agency) and with the 7 following partners :
Creativitas, Lithuania ; Åbo Akademi University, Finland ; Youth Work Ireland, Ireland ; Jugend- und Familienstiftung des Landes Berlin, Germany ; Bundesnetzwerk Österreichische Jugendinfos, Austria ; Labdaros ir Paramos Fondas "Jauniems", Lithuania ; National Youth Council of Latvia, Latvia.