Intimate Responsibility -support for pro-health behaviors of young people

Training course for youth workers and trainers (professionals working with young people)

The 6-day training course (+2 days travel) will take place between 10th – 17th of November 2019, Poland.

The training course will bring together 27 participants from 8 organisations

  • 1) Shelter international e.V. (Germany)
  • 2) Asociatia TEAM 4 Excellence (Romania)
  • 3) SOPRO (Portugal)
  • 4) Youth for Equality (Slovakia)
  • 5) Udruga gluhih i nagluhih Nova Gradiska (Croatia)
  • 6) UNITED SOCIETIES OF BALKANS ASTIKI ETAIREIA (Greece)
  • 7) The Starry Start of Talents Foundation (Bulgaria)
  • 8) Fundacja po DRUGIE (Poland)

The participants of the training are people associated with partner organizations working on a daily basis with young people and having a degree in law, psychology, social work or pedagogy

Topic

The action is also aimed at preventing risky sexual behavior and health promotion. Joint training is aimed at improving the skills of professionals working with youth (pedagogues, psychologists, social workers) in the field of sex education, how to provide reliable information to young people about their sexuality and prevention of inappropriate attitudes and behaviors.

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Project summary

The necessity to implement the project is related to the great difficulty of the professionals working with youth in conducting preventive activities, but also individual conversations with the youth regarding sexuality. Limitations, that are usually a result of cultural conditions, are causes why the teenagers do not have reliable knowledge about sexuality, so they get information from inappropriate sources (including pornography). Across Europe, there is a decline in the age of sexual initiation, which does not go hand in hand with information and prevention. The training will enable the participants to facilitate work with young people, will allow them to deal with many difficult subjects (not to avoid them) and will result in building appropriate attitudes among

final beneficiaries – young people with whom they work on a daily basis. Undertaken training activities, but also preparation of a scenario of preventive workshops for young people, will support

the professionals in solving important problems such as early abandonment of education (related to both early parenthood and addictions).

Results

As part of the training, a scenario of preventive workshops will be created (in cooperation with all participants), which will be implemented and disseminated in the networks of all national partners.

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