This year we were invited by our partner organisation “Prisms” for an International Seminar in Malta. The topic of the seminar was “Migration – challenges and opportunities for international youth work”. Together with 31 Youth Workers from 17 European communities and within a full program of workshops, the participants explored our educational toolkit “All Children, all Right(s)”. With this activity, the participants experienced with empathy the needs and situation of migrant Children and learned more about Children’s and Youth Rights playfully.
The participants shared their own stories and the stories of their children in their work and community. Through our audio stories they experienced the life of Priya, Anna, Frederick, Julia and Ibrahim, and they created their own stories of migration and case studies. We talked about the way youth workers need to and can support children and young people on their journey, make them aware of their Rights and fight, so their Rights are respected.
“Children have the right to enjoy all human rights, regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, religion, or any other status. These rights are interdependent and equally important. By setting out clear standards for the protection and promotion of children’s rights, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) aims to ensure that all children can grow and develop in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment”
Follow the link to try the games and trainings:
Networking activity 2021, 2022, 2023 in Thessaloniki, Brussels, Hamburg