In March 2018, Asfar’s young people and youth workers traveled to Berlin as part of the reconciliation training programme :Erasmus+ Betzavta! Delivered in Berlin, Germany between 10th to 16th March 2018, Asfar’s representatives spent 6 days learning how to mobilise the Betzavta method for conflict resolution as a reconciliation tool. Betzavta in March 2018 was … Continued
Asfar is currently recruiting for the second Betzavta training programme due to take place in 10th to 16th March 2018. Deadline for applications is 5th February 2018. One place remains. Ensure you send your application in before 5pm on the deadline date. What is Betzavta? Betzavta is a Hebrew word which means “together”. The … Continued
In December 2017, 3 UK youth workers traveled to Poland to participate in Erasmus+ Betzavta. Asfar is a member of the Betzavta partnership, a reconciliation and peacebuilding methodology and training network. Youth Workers participated in Erasmus+ Betzavta in Poland from 7th to 13th December, 2017. Asfar is currently recruiting for the second Betzavta training … Continued
Welcome to Asfar’s December 2017 edition of our international e-Journal. This edition focuses on a range of thought-provoking topics, as always, including Qatar and the current situation in the Gulf, the Palestinian diaspora, conflict resolution in Israel and Palestine, Turkey-EU relations, and the issue of child marriage in the Caucasus. The Qatar Conundrum by Rich … Continued
Learn all about what happened during Asfar’s Erasmus+ Sustainable Development Goals 4 Youth programme in July and August 2017. Watch the video now!
Asfar is a member of the Betzavta partnership and has just launched Erasmus+ Betzavta. Asfar is seeking 3 Youth Workers, Teachers, Trainers or other Educators interested in participating in a new Reconciliation and Peacebuilding training course and develop their skills in community conflict resolution methods of delivery. The first training course will take place … Continued
Erasmus+ SDG 4 Youth: In July and August 2017, Asfar and Serbian partner, Friends of Children of Serbia delivered a youth exchange promoting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to young people in our countries. The youth exchange facilitated the coordination of two youth exchanges one in Belgrade, Serbia and the other in London, UK, and … Continued
Erasmus+ SDG4Youth first leg of the youth exchange will take place in London next week from 27th July 2017. If you would like to be involved or to receive a copy of the timetable email email@example.com We still have places available for youth people and volunteers, including 2 residential places for UK participants. To … Continued
Asfar’s first European Voluntary Service programme as a sending partner: Erasmus+ Integrate with EVS is now officially seeking UK applicants interested in completing a 10 month EVS placement in Sweden working with refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. To learn more about the EVS project and how to apply, visit: http://www.asfar.org.uk/erasmus-integrate-evs/ for more details.
Belgrade, Serbia Asfar only has a few places left for any young people interested in learning about the Sustainable Development Goals and a free trip to Belgrade through Erasmus+ SDG 4 Youth. To learn more visit here – SDG 4 Youth To apply, complete the application form here and email Asfar at firstname.lastname@example.org to guarantee … Continued
In May and June, Asfar was involved in two Erasmus+ youth exchange in Azerbaijan and Morocco, as part of our Sport 4 Change programme stream, which aims to mobilise sport for development to promote skills, encourage cultural engagement among people of different backgrounds and conflict resolution. Participants from Morocco, UK, Israel and Azerbaijan spent a … Continued
Asfar is recruiting a Summer Intern to work on our development and international project management between July and August 2017. Asfar is currently finalizing our strategic plan 2017 to 2020, and in order to assist with its development we have taken the decision to appoint our first ever Intern to support us to mobilise the new … Continued
In November 2016, Asfar’s CEO, Sheniz Tan participated in a House of Lords’ Select Committee on International Relations’ round table providing specialist advice on Turkey, Turkish youth and the wider Middle East. The House of Lords’ International Relations Committee has now released the new UK Government policy following this round table and wider research, entitled: … Continued
Child Marriage in the Caucasus Research Volunteer Asfar, an international NGO (www.asfar.org.uk) is seeking a volunteer Researcher to provide key information on the issue of child marriage in the Caucasus, specifically in Georgia and Azerbaijan. According to the UNICEF’s the State of the World’s Children 2016 report, 1% of Georgian girls are married by … Continued
Asfar is currently recruiting for two international volunteers/interns for summer 2017: Post-war trauma Volunteer, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina Caucasus Volunteer, Baku/Sumgait, Azerbaijan These are self-funded programmes only. To learn more visit here
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