‘’Η ιστορία που αφηγούμαι στίς πιο κάτω σελίδες είναι αληθινή, βιωματική και
διαδραματίζετε σε Κύπρο και Αγγλία. Αυτό το μπλόκ το αφιερώνω με όλη μου την
αγάπη, σε όλα τα παιδία που χάσανε την μάχη με την ομοφοβία.’’
DEADLINE EXTENSION FOR APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR ON HOMOPHOBIC CYBERBULLYING TILL WEDNESDAY 03/09/2014
Under the Lifelong Learning Programme / ERASMUS + LGBT organizations:
Accept LGBT Cyprus and Dundalk Outcomers (Ireland) invite you to
register for the educational seminar on 'Cyberbullying for LGBT People to be held in
Nicosia, Cyprus on 21-28 September 2014 and in
Dundalk, Ireland on 05-12 October 2014.
Conditions for participation
FREE REGISTRATION HERE: http://cardet.org/registrations/injawara/
The 21st century has presented us with new opportunities and challenges and requires a different approach to education. In our fast-changing world, it is necessary for young people to acquire the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to adapt. Global citizenship will help to ensure that young people are able to play a full and active part in society within the wider world.
These questions and many more will be answered to the workshop organized by CARDET (www.cardet.org) with ACCEPT in the framework of “Intercultural Joint Awareness Raising – In.J.Awa.Ra” project which promotes the intercultural dialogue among the Global Youth (www.injawara.eu).
The primary objective of the workshops is to empower youngsters, to provide them a platform to reflect and discuss their vision on development cooperation, to give them the tools to understand the dynamics of development cooperation, to network with other youngsters in Europe and in Developing Countries, and to build their capacity to actively work in awareness raising and advocacy for sustainable development.
The workshop is for FREE. New skills in an interactive workshop delivered from professional trainers.
Who: Young people and practitioners interested in development, global education, and global citizenship.
When: Monday, 2nd June 2014
Where: University of Nicosia, Millennium Building, Room M115
Participation Certificate will be given after the end of the workshops
Interested in participating to the workshop? You are kindly requested to fill in the online application form
or call 22002109 by Wednesday 28 May 2014.
Discussion examining the need to hold Gay Prides around the world in the 21st Century and why Cyprus needs one, especially now. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Parade which possibly segregates people in its effort to celebrate diversity and human rights?
Opening Remarks: Constantinos Yiorkadjis, Mayor of Nicosia.
accept-LGBT Cyprus, in collaboration with the Cyprus Family Planning Association (CFPA) are conducting another important research project to document the experiences of LGBT persons and fight discrimination.