The second phase of a 21-day online training course for peer educators was held

In the framework of the project “Protecting IDP Rights during the COVID-19 Crisis in Georgia”, the second phase of a 21-day online training course for peer educators was held. The course included a 4-day online training about “Tolerance, Peacebuilding, Diversity”.
The training was conducted by the guest trainers Eliko Bendeliani and Nini Kobakhidze.
 As a result of the training, the participants:
  • understand the essence of the conflict, its phases, dynamics, and management methods. As a result, they will be able to analyze the context of the conflict;
  • gained knowledge and information on issues of diversity and tolerance; about peacebuilding, community peacebuilding, and a culture of peace; about the ongoing peacebuilding processes, efforts, and youth projects in the country; about identity, stereotypes, discrimination, acceptance, and engagement;
  • realize the importance of tolerance and non-violent conflict resolution and have gained practical knowledge and skills in initiating and implementing community peacebuilding ideas.

The project aims to support IDPs and conflict-affected youth to get involved in solving the challenges and problems created in their communities as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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