Youth for Peace and Equality
Youth For Peace
Fundacja Instytut Spraw Rodziny
In this project we have 3 more partners: East West East Germany, NGO Unit-Ukraine, NGO-Moldova. All Partners are Experienced in working on Human Rights and No Hate Speech Movement.
“Hate Free Spaces” project aims to counter this dangerous tendency. Once hate speech and xenophobic views become accepted as a regular part of public discourse, and they are freely promoted in the public space, we will set ourselves on a straight highway to repeat the most atrocious events of XXth century. By educating youngsters on anti-discrimination principles and encouraging them to initiate and establish an international “Hate Free Network”.
Countries & cities of Georgia, Poland, Estonia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Germany and Ukraine
Phenomenon of hate speech thrives in Europe, especially in conditions of migration problems, xenophobia etc which is threatening the democracy, with our actions we are countering & focusing on promotion the European Values, such as democracy, equality, tolerance, peace...
-formed informal network of diverse group, working on local & international level against discrimination;
-identification of the "safe tolerant" places in all 7countries-such as universities, schools, cafes, social bars, community & youth clubs & edu institutions.
1. 9-days long training in Georgia, where participants will gain indispensable knowledge about NHS Movement. 2. Participants will start recruiting individuals local cafes, bars, educational institutions into Hate Free Network by delivering short presentations and workshops about No Hate Speech Movement. 3. 3-days long evaluation & follow up meeting in Poland. It is innovative in the way that it will connect young people, NGO and business Sector.
Because of growing amount of abuse and discrimination to be found around us everyday we see the need for educational initiatives to tackle these problems, It seems like we hit upon an offensive and violent communication constantly in a modern world, which escalates and develops into hate crimes.
Youth Trainers, peer educators, lecturers, youth workers, young people and private sector such as bars, cafes, restaurants social and youth clubs
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