CAMINO was a 6-day training course on value-based assistance, aiming at introducing the participants to Salesian Chaplaincy and give them tools in how to apply value-based assistance during local and international activities. DBYN's trainers developed a training manual including all session outlines.
You can read the manual online, or scroll down for a download button.
Domino is a manual to use peer group education as a means to fight racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and intolerance. This manual has been produced by the Council of Europe's youth department.
Streetwise was a training seminar on Human rights for volunteers which returned from voluntary service abroad. It was the last activity of 4 from our "En Route - Don Bosco Volunteers for Human Rights" project. This project was funded by the European Youth Foundation.
Routes to Europe was a training course on Intercultural learning and Human rights organised in July 2015 in Vienna (Austria). It was the third of four activities of the "En route - Don Bosco Volunteers for Human Rights" project. This project was funded by the European Youth Foundation.
Pathways to Human Rights Education was a training of trainers organised in July 2015 in Bollington (UK). It was the second of 4 activities in the "En route - Don Bosco Volunteers for Human Rights" project. This project was funded by the European Youth Foundation.
All Alien! was a training course on intercultural learning, human rights and migration. It was organised 20-27 July 2014 in Benediktbeuern (Germany), with the financial support of the European Youth Foundation. We have made the trainer manual online available so the participants of the seminar can re-use some of the sessions for multiplying the outcomes on local level. At the same time we want to share the training course with other organisations looking for sessions on Human Rights, Migration and Intercultural Learning which have been tested in practice, evaluated and fine-tuned for future use.