You(th) Voice: faith & advocacy for human rights in the 21st century

September 7th, 2020 11:30 pm

The capacity-building of our member movements and young people with a shared agenda on justice and peace has always been one of our  key activities. We continue to support youth participation, active citizenship, access to rights and opportunities, particularly from disadvantaged backgrounds.

WSCF-Europe will host its first online capacity-building training and will gather young people from the Student Christian Movements (SCM) and partner organisations for the Winter School on Advocacy and Solidarity, titled ‘You(th) Voice: faith and advocacy for human rights in the 21st century’, which will take place online through daily sessions from November 27th to 30th, 2020.

We aim to educate and empower young people to address the issues that affect their lives and the communities they live in. Young people will have opportunities to learn from field experts, exchange tools and methods, share their experience, best practices and develop a clear vision on how to maximise outcomes for their communities. Advocacy skills will contribute to young people’s ability to formulate policy arguments, communicate with confidence and deliver effectively. The Winter School will also offer ‘training for trainers’ elements to enable dissemination of results within their movements and communities. 

More information, including a call for applications, will be published in the coming weeks. Keep an eye out for it on our social media and website.

World Student Christian Federation – Europe
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The work of WSCF-Europe is financially supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe.

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