This workshop aims to support you in the practical side of moving interesting ideas to meaningful and sustainable actions, a collaborative learning environment where we look at projects, programmes and processes of taking action to make change.
This half day or full day workshop facilitates planning actions and working through challenges arising to create meaningful and lasting change through the essential skills of self-reflection, critical thinking, and project management.
This workshop includes:
- Recognising youth workers as a changemakers themselves in the community.
- Supporting youth workers in the process of supporting young people to take action.
- Identifying and planning the practical steps to implement project ideas.
- Supporting reflection on potentional challenges arising during project implementation.
- Supporting with current challenges arising within ongoing projects.
- Identifying connections between personal, local, national and global actions. And using the five faces of globalisation: Cultural, Technological, Economic, Political, Environmental.
- Challenging the idea that action is something that just happens in a spontaneous moment of outrage or injustice but rather action is part of a process, a plan, a conscious and strategic act driven by a sense of what is wrong and what needs to change.
- Considering injustices arising at the at the personal, local, national and global levels.
- Harnessing and enhancing critical thinking skills.
- Gaining skills in project management and project implementation tools.
- Connecting the meaningful actions to the Sustainable Development Goals.