Another Peace

Training Course in Luxembourg!

Title: Another Peace
Venue: Luxembourg, Luxemburg
Date: July 9th- 18th July, 2018
We’re looking for: 2 participants

Deadline to submit your completed application is June 30th, 2018
I’m your APPLICATION form! :)
Please, donate 10 000 HUF (Hungarian organization) in case of selection.

About the project
Over the Europe there have been numerous efforts towards the prevention of conflict, which undoubtedly destroys the existing peace. Over the past 45 years, especially on political level important work has been done aimed at the promotion of peace. During these years it became obvious that the escalation of global conflict is rooted in diversity, which may be looked at in terms of economics, culture, politics, ethnicity, nationality, religion and gender among others. It is because of this diversity that there is a tendency for members of one group not to tolerate the views and actions of others. This leads to a fight for dominance, the result of which is conflict and the breakdown of peace. In the current world of conflicts and global migrations, young people are particularly
vulnerable to instability and aggression. Within the global context of an increased international acknowledgment of the importance of conflict prevention and peace building the EC has significantly increased its focus on conflict prevention and peace building. The EU considerably strengthened its policy framework in the field of conflict prevention and peace building and developed a wide range of financial and non -financial instruments to intervene in conflict affected countries, ranging from “classic” long -term geographical assistance, to specific short -term instruments and a wide range of non-financial instruments such as political dialogue, high -level mediation, deployment of EU observers and civic education for young people. Peace-building is also often associated with society building, which is usually a case for post USSR countries and societies in transition. Society-building has become a necessity in many post-Soviet states in the early 1990s, after the collapse of USSR. A bottom-up peace-building approach, also known as “indigenous empowerment”, is a comprehensive
tool that aims to empower local population at the bottom and mid-levels of society by allowing them to consolidate and develop necessary resources for the implementation of a peace process.

– To develop competences of the participants in human rights promotion and protection, conflict transformation, peace building and intercultural dialogue.
– To promote the presence and the role of young people as positive actors of change in peace-building processes;
– To strengthen the role of young people and youth NGOs in identifying and speaking up against human rights violations, including discrimination, hate speech and those human rights violations affecting especially young people and children;
– To support the field presence of the European Commission in order to promote the values behind the institution; – To develop competences of youth workers and youth leaders related to peace building.

Chalet “d’Géisserei” in Luxembourg-City
The chalet is located on the grounds of a former foundry in Luxembourg-Eich. It is managed by the Foundation Guides and Scouts of Luxembourg. The building was completely renovated in 2007 and houses the chalet “d’Géisserei” as well as the headquarters of the Guides and Scouts of Luxembourg (LGS).
The chalet is located near the “place Dargent” from where it is a short way to the centre of Luxembourg-City. (30 min. walk to the city center)
A modern interior offers all necessary amenities, and is suited for disabled people (wheelchair access, elevator, adapted toilets and showers). The Chalet has WiFi coverage, and participants will have special password to enter the building.
All beds have fitted sheets, pillowcases and mattress covers; blankets are not available. (Sleeping bags will be provided by organizers).
Basic food can be purchased in nearby stores (rue A. Laval / place Dargent / rue de Muhlenbach).

Financial matters:
Local board and lodging are fully covered.
Travel (flights, trains, buses, other means of transport) expenses are compensated (up to 100%), based on the actual expenses incurred and the distance from your location of residence to the location of the project (Luxemburg, Luxembourg). In case of Hungary the available sum is €275/participant. You will be reimbursed with 100% of your travel costs up to 275 euro*.
PARTICIPATION FEE: 50 EURO (will be deducted from your actual travel cost)

Deadline to submit your completed application is June 30th, 2018
I’m your APPLICATION form! :)
Please, donate 10 000 HUF (Hungarian organization) in case of selection.