GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM & LAWYERING FOR MIGRANTS’ RIGHTS
GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM & LAWYERING FOR MIGRANTS’ RIGHTS

GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM & LAWYERING FOR MIGRANTS’ RIGHTS

GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM & LAWYERING FOR MIGRANTS’ RIGHTS

A free international online training programme

Registrations are now open!

 

ENCLE is partner of the Erasmus Plus Project “YEAR - Youths’ education and activism for migrants’ rights” which promotes a free international online training programme. The training programme is designed to give young people and activists across Europe the practical knowledge needed to get involved in grassroots solidarity projects with migrants and asylum seekers. The programme is meant to be accessible regardless of personal educational, activist, or professional background. It will provide the participants with:

  1. the know-how to create new grassroots initiatives 
  2. networking opportunities among grassroots organizations from around Europe
  3. a practical toolkit made up of key legal aspects and issues related to the protection of migrants and refugees’ rights at the European level, knowledge of existing funding opportunities, and project design and management
  4. a solid grounding for future follow-up studies, projects, and activities in the area of migration and asylum.

The programme is promoted by a network of grassroots organisations from different European countries, under the Erasmus Plus Project "YEAR - Youths’ education and activism for migrants’ rights", and is led by an international pool of law professors, activists, lawyers, and project managers, all of whom have a long-standing commitment to the protection of migrants’ rights in Europe. 

This completely free training programme is divided into three optional modules and lasts from mid-October 2022 to mid-January 2023, with a Christmas break. Classes will be held via Zoom, twice a week and at work/study-friendly times.

To register, just fill out the following form: CLICK HERE. Registrations are open until October 1st 2022.

You can find a description of the training programme and of each module at this: LINK and in the project's leaflet.

More information on the project are available soon at www.yearproject.eu.


 

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