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 in Poland from 7th to 13th December, 2017
To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org for the information pack. The deadline for applications is 25th October 2017.
What is Betzavta? Betzavta is a Hebrew word which means “together”. The title of this method for learning about democracy, which was developed by the Adam Institute in Israel, makes up the programme and philosophical background at the same time. Betzavta questions the traditional and unsatisfactory paths of conventional conflict resolution with surprising seminar units and presents in its place the concept of creative conflict resolution. With the help of a special conflict dilemma method, it achieves the essential conditions for tolerant social interaction: the willingness to mutually recognize the right to personal freedom and other peoples’ needs. On this basis, the four steps of democratic decision-making provide the conflicting parties with a valuable tool for dealing with conflicts in a novel way. Betzavta is an internationally renowned democracy education programme used in schools and non-school educational institutions.
For more courses, visit Salto’s website