Erasmus+ Missing Peace Project – Educational Pack Development Meeting


  • Thursday 27 June, 9am (11am CET) - WEBINAR - Community Practices of Inclusion, Fighting Discrimination, and Conflict Transformation

  • Rescheduled to Thursday 18 July, 6pm (8pm CET) - ONLINE ZOOM - Missing Peace Educational Pack Development

  • email to join either/both events

    24/6/24: Two upcoming events of interest to those involved in youth work/engagement, non-formal education, and young women peacebuilders will take place as part of Glencree's Missing Peace: Youth, Peace and Reconciliation project.

    On Thursday 27 June 2024, Glencree's Hungarian partners in the Missing Peace project, TEIS Foundation, will host a webinar on "Community Practices of Inclusion, Fighting Discrimination, and Conflict Transformation". Guest speaker at this event is Natalia Chardymova - a member of the Council of Europe Trainers Pool and former Education Advisor responsible for developing and coordinating the Council of Europe's education programmes on human rights, no hate speech and peace education. She will share community initiatives that address discrimination, support social inclusion and explore conflict dynamics through non-formal methodologies.

    This will be followed by an online meeting of the Missing Peace project consortium partners with youth and community sector workers, young peacebuilders and various practitioners who have engaged throughout the project lifecycle. As well as the opportunity to connect, the focus of this meeting will be to review and further develop modules that will form part of the Project Educational Pack for young people and youth workers. This meeting will be held via Zoom on 18th July from 6 - 8pm (8 - 10pm CET).

    The Glencree Erasmus+ Missing Peace project aims to build the capacity of youth workers and organisations to engage young people in peace and reconciliation processes within their communities. The project involves a consortium of partners across 6 countries: Ireland, Germany, Cyprus, Lithuania, Macedonia and Hungary, who bring their in-depth knowledge, skills and experience together to collectively design, deliver and implement this important and timely project.

    Over 31 months, the consortium are working together to examine ways to successfully incorporate non-formal education and youth work into peacebuilding across Europe. This exploration will lay the groundwork for the development of pedagogical interventions, a training programme for young people and youth workers and a practical toolkit that will be made available to support communities in engaging young people in peacebuilding across Europe.


    For information and to join, email:

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