Manual Compass Training (Granada)

“COMPASS FOLLOWERS” COMPASS NATIONAL AND REGIONAL TRAINING COURSES

From November the 6th to the 10th, 2023 will be held “COMPASS FOLLOWERS”, a course focused on human rights education through the COMPASS Manual. This course is organized by AIFED in collaboration with the Council of Europe.

COMPASS training courses on human rights education are strategic national or regional activities for the development of competencies of key multipliers for human rights education with young people.

Compass National and regional activities: https://www.coe.int/en/web/human-rights-education-youth/about-the-compass-national-or-regional-activities

The main objective of the course is to present the COMPASS Manual as a beneficial resource to increase understanding of human rights education among young people.

The main objectives of the course are:

To educate young people to understand human rights through Compass and through the use of creativity and personal knowledge in an environment where they learn even better to work and cooperate with other people;
To develop participants awareness about human rights violations and the ability to analyse from a human rights perspective and learn about interculturality, diversity, and acceptance;
To explore culture intangible heritage as means to pursue the achievement of the SDGs and a culture of human rights;
To develop the competences (knowledge, skills, attitudes, values) of key multipliers for human rights education through non-formal education and different activities.

Visit the section dedicated to our course on the official website of the Council of Europe:
 

How will the course be organized?

  • 1. Presentation of the Council of Europe and the European Youth Center
  • 2. Presentation and activities of the COMPASS Manual on Human Rights.
  • 3. Performance to understand the power of human rights with Isabel León.
  • 4. A conference on Youth, Peace and Security with Professor Jusaima Moaid-Azm Peregrina
  • 5. An evening of flamenco.

Where will the course be held?

First activity

The Flower Power activity is a creative experience that culminates in the creation of a flower wall that represents the diversity of a group. Additionally, this activity encourages a discussion about Human Rights, exploring what they are, why they exist and how we should protect them. Participants will develop reflection and analysis skills, promoting solidarity and respect for diversity while exploring the relationship between human needs, personal well-being and Human Rights.

Photos

The Flower Power activity is a creative experience that culminates in the creation of a flower wall that represents the diversity of a group. Below we show images of the activities

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