Open Call for partitipants for the GENDERS training in the University of Youth and Development

#WHAT GENDERS training, University of Youth and Development

#WHERE Mollina, Malaga

#WHEN 9-15 September

#HOWMUCH 0 euro!

#HOW clickclick

#DEADLINE 5th of August, 23:59 CEST

 

Are you interested in gender equality? Do you want to make your local more equal and inclusive? Do you want to meet people from all over the world and have a great time while learning? Then keep reading!

We are looking for participants for the GENDERS training, that will take place in Mollina, Málaga, from the 9th (arrival day) till the 15th (departure day) of September. You’ll learn about gender equality, gender mainstreaming and how you can implement it back in your local!

And all of this surrounded by more than 100 people from other organisations and an amazing intercultural atmosphere! Have you ever heard about the University on Youth and Development in Mollina?

Since its first edition in 2000, the University takes place once a year bringing together representatives of youth organisations and youth movements from all over the world who gather in CEULAJ (Euro-Latin-American Youth Centre) to discuss, to train and to be trained as well as to take political action around the main issues of the global agenda.

Check out more in this video and facebook page.

This event is an amazing opportunity to not only meet other active youth workers and get inspired but also to share AEGEE values and plans with others.

And there is no fee! AEGEE-Europe is covering the event itself, which means that you’d only need to cover the transportation to Malaga and back.

What is included in the event?

  • Accommodation
  • Delicious food & coffee breaks
  • High quality trainers and training materials
  • Joint activities with other organisations, trainers and speakers
  • The best spirit to close the summer break!

If you’re interested, apply here until the 5th of August, 23:59 CEST

If you have any questions, feel free to contact María at external.relations@aegee.org

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