One World Week Training: Power and YOUth
October 30, 2020
This year’s free One World Week workshops are aimed at young people and youth workers and focus on the theme of ‘power’.
The workshops use non-formal development education methods to connect young people and youth workers with the theme, taking participants through key activities from this year’s One World Week resource.
On demand, subject to availability. Commencing end of September
Tailored to your needs
To ensure we support you and your organisation to engage with One World Week in the way that will most benefit you, we are offering two tailored options for workshop delivery:
Option 1: Youth work organisations
This option offers a 2.5hr online workshop aimed at youth workers and staff within a youth work organisation or group of a maximum of 15 people. The workshop will focus on guiding participants through the resource using some of the activities and examples. Workshops can be designed with a particular focus on the topic of power and youth within the resource.
Option 2: Groups of young people
This option offers a workshop with groups of young people (max of 10) within a youth group setting. This group of young people must be an established youth group with a youth worker present. Workshops will be aimed at young people aged 13 and up. The workshop will be 2hrs engaging the young people in the theme of Power using some activities from the resource. Workshops can designed with a particular focus for the group on the topic of power and youth.
Free of charge
The workshop will build knowledge on the theme of ‘power’, introduce new skills for educators, and help you and young people take action in your community.
In the OWW online workshop you will:
- Gain an understanding of power dynamics relating to young people in society
- Explore the links between youth work and power
- Connect power and the Sustainable Development Goals
Understand new methodologies, skills, and knowledge in Global Youth Work and Development Education
- Youth workers and those who work with young people (youth sector, education sector, and development sectors).
- Young people in an established youth work setting.
- Leo Gilmartin, Youth 2030 team, National Youth Council of Ireland.
Youth 2030 is a partnership between NYCI and Irish Aid, working in consortia with Concern Worldwide, Maynooth University and Trócaire to deliver Global Youth Work and Development Education to the youth sector.