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Training course “ Youth Prevention” in Marseille, France

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During the month of October our volunteers Elena and Gorjan were part of Mobility project  in the field of youth “Youth Prevention” in Marseille, France. Together with young people from  Spain, Estonia, Portugal, Czech Republic, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Slovakia, Greece and Poland, youth trainers and youth workers who are actively involved in working with young people on a daily base, came out with few conclusions and recommendations in the following fields: bulling and mobbing, conflict resolutions, addictions like alcohol and drugs, cyber bulling, sexuality, inclusion and exclusion of young people. The aim of this meeting was to develop more skills, methods and approaches that can be used by youth workers while working with young people on their prevention. Different realities were exposed among the participant European countries. On the behalf of the group, very high percentage of young people in the previously mentioned countries are exposed to high risks of bulling, cyber bulling and different addictions, and they , and sometimes their families and the environment, are not aware of what is happening and how much they are involved. From this  training stemmed guidelines and recommendations on topics who are working during this training, and as well youth trainers and youth workers who work in their organizations is.
Guidelines and recommendations will be incorporated in the Мanual will be published and that it will be able to use the organizations who is participating in this project, as well and  other partner organizations.

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