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    • GeorgiaTraining Program on Civic Education (Planning and Resources) “Youth Civic Education and Community Participation Project” Tbilisi, 2011
    • Module: Human Rights Day 1 Program Content: 1. Concept of Human Rights 2. Human Rights in different countries of the world 3. How to exercise our rights? 4. UN and Human Rights (History of UN foundation); 5. Adoption of UDHR as a historical fact 6. Evolution of Human Rights/Generations; 7. Legal protection of Human Rights 8. Provision of protection of human rights 9. Human Rights Committee 10. Office of the High Commissioner for Humann Rights and High Commissioner for Human Rights; 11. What do we know about declaration? 12. Rights and Responsibilities; 13. European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and the Council of Europe; 14. Human Rights in Georgia – Situation Analysis; Convention on the Rights of the Child; 15. Human Rights education with youth participation; 16. Women Rights and Gender Stereotypes.Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 15 Presentation of Trainer reviews the training Review of training trainer course and acquaints participants program and agenda with the training aims and assessment in general. Participants introduce themselves (place of Presentation of work, position) and present own 10 Participants expectations for the given course. ”Tree of Expectations”What are Human 20 LectureRights and why dowe need to knowabout them?Human Rights in 15 Brief Lecturedifferent countriesof the worldUN and Human 20 LectureRights (History ofUN Foundation) 2
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesAdoption of UDHR 15 Brief Lectureas a historical factUniversal Declaration 30 Team exercise Participants will be divided intoof Human Rights groups and after trainer’s instruction the groups will discuss and define the declaration.Evolution of 20 Lecture III generation of Human RightsHuman will be discussed.Rights/Generations;Why do we need 20 DiscussionHuman Rights?Summarizing, 10 Summarizing Participants will be handed out the Assessment sheetsevaluating and assessment sheets and they willclosing of training assess the work of training, positive and negative aspects, organization, information value etc. 3
    • Module: Human Rights (Continued) Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesPresenting agenda of the day 5 Agenda Familiarization with the topics of Markers, Flip special attention ChartsBrainstorming 5 1 Participants name the most important topics and issues on 1st Day materials. 4
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesAdoption of the Universal 15 Lecture Trainer acquaints the participants PresentationDeclaration of Human Rights with the Universal Declaration of(UDHR) as a historical fact Human Rights (International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 2 optional reports. Group Work - participants will be divided into groups and work on explanation of articles of Universal 10 Group work and Declaration of Human Rights and presentation make definitions. The group wok is incorporated during the session. It develops non-verbal communication and acting skills.Professions Energizer 15Legal Protection of Human 25 Participants are givenRights opportunity to discuss legal issues of human rights protection and lead discussion on the mentioned issues.Convention on the Rights of 35 Lecture Trainer acquaints participants withthe Child the issues of Convention on the Rights of the Child. The mentioned lecture is interactive and participants are actively involved. 5
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesHow to protect our rights? 20 Group Work Participants are divided into groups and are asked to discuss main articles of Convention on Children’s Rights and the articles of special interest for them and make a presentation of their work. PresentationHuman Rights Education with 20 Discussion Participants are involved in theyouth participation discussion and discuss how to protect Human Rights and what should be done in the future.European Convention for the 20 European Convention on HumanProtection of Human Rights Rights will be discussed.and Council of Europe Participants will be handed out the assessment sheets and they will Assessment assess the training work, positive SheetsSummarizing, evaluating and 10 and negative sides, organization,closing of training information value of materials etc. 6
    • Module: Debate Day 1 Program Content: 1. Concept of debate; 2. Main Principle of debate; 3. Right argumentation; 4. Affirmative attitude; 5. Negative attitude; 6. Cross questioning; 7. Obligations of speakers; 8. Time; 9. Selection of Resolution; 10. Simulation of Debates.Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 5 Minutes Organizational Registration of listeners and presentation Registration Sheet Issues of training aims. 5 Minutes Division into Participants are handed out the parts of 5 Pictures groups pre-prepared pictures and they should find their own group by combining them. 5 Minutes Acquaintance Participants divided into groups are Group Work acquainted with each other, what is common and differing between them. 1 participant from the group will make Presentation presentation. 10 MinutesRight 20 Minutes Exercise ”A jar With the accomplishment of the activity, Pens, , papers,argumentation of Mud” participants will be able to understand blackboard, marker what an argument is and how to choose the right argument.Affirmative attitude 50 hours Exercise #2-6 Listeners will be able to comprehend, strategies of preparing affirmative attitude, understand essence of definition and its necessity, learn how to properly develop explanations, proper selection of criterion, finding weaknesses of opponent’s position, finding relations between resolution, arguments and criterion.Negative attitude 50 Exercise #7-9 Listeners will be able to offer alternate criterion and learn how to protect it, refine technique of negation 7
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesCross Questioning 20 Exercise Listeners will be able to learn strategies of cross questioning and responsibility of speakers.Obligations of 15 Brief lecture Listeners will be able to comprehendSpeakers strategies necessary and essential for the speakers during the debates.Time 15 Brief lecture Listeners will be able to learn time management strategiesSelection of 25 Brief lecture Listeners will be able to select resolutionResolution and will start preparation for playing the selected resolution for the next day. 8
    • Module: Debate (Continued) Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesReview of the 20 Question-Answer Listeners will recall material learned theprevious day Minutes previous day and start preparing for theand feedback play.Preparation for 80 Listeners will be divided into teams andthe play Minutes considering rules of play for the selected resolution, will be able to prepare positions.Play, debates 10 Minutes 9
    • Module: “Community Voice & Action” (CV & A) as an Advocacy Methodology Day 1CV&A Training ObjectivesTo provide comprehensive information regarding main principles and practices of the CV&Aapproach that contributes to the empowerment of IDPs and host communities, as well as ADPcommunity members to advocate for community problems utilizing Citizen Voice and Action(CV&A) approach.By the end of the training course the participants will be able to: 1. Apply core principles and practices of CV&A approach for strengthening the relations with government/community 2. Understand concepts of governance, public policy, advocacy, citizenship, civil society and social accountability 3. Develop skills and capacity to facilitate the CV&A approach within communities, recognizing the broader citizenship and governance country context 4. Develop basic skills to advocate for community problems utilizing Citizen Voice and Action Approach.Program Content: 1. Introduction to Citizen Voice & Action 2. Conceptual Framework of CV&A Approach 3. Enabling Citizen Engagement 4. Engagement via Community Meetings 5. Child Protection in CV & A 6. Improving Services and Influencing Policies 7. Local to National Level Action 10
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 5 Introduction of Trainer will review the training course and Review of training trainer acquaint participants with the aims and general program and work evaluation of the training. plan 15 Introduction of participants Exercise on Participants present themselves (work place, “Tree of 10 expectations position) and present own expectations Expectations” regarding given course.Introduction to 60 Minutes Lecture Training reviews: Presentation,Citizen Voice and  Objectives and origins of Citizen Voice and markers, flip charts Discussion ActionAction- CV & A  Core elements of Citizen Voice and Action  Core principles of Citizen Voice and Action  Core practice of Citizen Voice and ActionConceptual 60 Minutes Lecture Trainer reviews following subjects: Presentation,framework of CV &  Partnering and advocacy with local markers, flip chartsA Discussion government  Citizenship  Governance  Rights based approaches  Civil society  Understanding power  Participation  Empowerment  Social AccountabilityEnabling citizen 60 Minutes Lecture Trainer reviews following subjects: Presentation,engagement  Overview markers, flip charts Discussion  Understanding public policy  Citizen education and mobilization  Building networks and coalitions  Creating relationships and connectionsEngagement via 60 Minutes Lecture Trainer reviews following subjects: Presentation,community meetings  Introduction markers, flip charts Discussion  Preparation  Initial meeting  Monitoring Standards  Score Cards  Interface Meeting  Record keeping1st day 5 Trainer briefly summarizes the subjectssummarization and reviewed during the day.closing 11
    • Module: “Community Voice & Action” (CV & A) as an Advocacy Methodology Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction of the agenda 5 Agenda Acquaintance with the subjects of Markers, Flip special interest ChartsBrainstorming 5 1 Participants are naming the most important topics and issues concerning day I materials.Child participation in Citizen 60 Lecture Trainer reviews the following topics: Presentation,Voice & Action Markers, Flip Discussion  Overview of Child Participation Charts  Tools for Child Participation  Child Participation ImpactImproving services and 60 Lecture Trainer reviews the following topics: Presentation,influencing policy Markers, Flip Discussion  Overview Charts  Doing the action plan  Building networks and coalitions  Advocate and influence  Monitoring and supportLocal to national level action 60 Lecture Trainer reviews the following topics: Presentation, Markers, Flip Discussion  Overview Charts  Elements of effective advocacy  InitiativesTraining summarization, 10 Participants will be handed out prepared Assessment sheetsassessment and closing assessment sheets and they will assess training work, its positive and negative sides, organization, information value of materials etc. 12
    • Module: Leadership Day 1 Program Content: 1. General description of leader and situation analysis; 2. Steps of future leader; 3. 10 characteristics of leader; 4. Create successful team (12 steps for creating effective team); 5. Formal leaders; 6. Main functions of leaders of successful groups; 7. Personal characteristics of leader; 8. Four competencies, four talents of leader; 9. Capacity of leader, result of leadership; 10. Leader’s ethics (What is ethics? Level, scale and extent of ethics); 11. Why a leader should be of high ethic? (Situational ethics); 12. “Golden Rules” that a leader should know; 13. Preparation of effective presentation.Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 5 Introduction of Trainer reviews the training Review of training program and trainer course and acquaints work plan. participants with the training aims and general Introduction of assessment. participants “Tree of expectation” 15 Participants present Expectation exercise themselves (work place, + presentation position) and present own 15 expectations regarding given course.General Description 25 Brief Lecture Presentationof leader andsituation analysis 13
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesSteps made by future 20 Brief lecture Trainer reviews types and Presentationleader steps of leadership10 characteristics of 25 Lecture 10 main characteristics of Presentationleader leader will be discussed. Brief lecture Participants are divided into PresentationCreate successful groups, they are given anteam (12 steps for 35 Group exercise exercise on issues ofcreating effective establishing effective Flipchartsteam); group/team and make a presentation.Formal leaders; 25 Brief lecture PresentationMain functions ofleaders ofsuccessful groups;1st day 10summarization andclosing 14
    • Module: Leadership (Continued) Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesAcquaintance with agenda 5 Agenda Acquaintance with the Markers, Flip Charts subjects of special attention Brainstorming 5 1 Participants are naming the most important topics and issues concerning day 1st materials.Personal characteristics of 35 Lecture During the lecture listeners Presentationleader; will be given information concerning personal characteristics of leader. Participants will be divided Group work and into groups and elaborate Markers, Flipcharts presentation scheme of effective leadership and make a presentation. 15
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesFour competencies of leader 30 Lecture Types of actions will be Presentation discussed.Capacity of leadership, result Management of listening.of leadership Interdependence with supporters. Importance management, Faith management, Self- Management.Leader’s ethics (What is 35 Lecture Essence of ethics will be Presentationethics? Level, scale and explained to participants.extent of ethics); They will be divided into groups and elaborate code Markers, FlipchartsWhy a leader should be of Group Workhigh ethic? (Situational of ethics.ethics);“Golden Rules” that a 25 Brief Lecture “Golden Rules” that should Presentationleader should know; be kept by the future leader during business meetings.Preparation of effective 25 Lecture Participants will study rules Presentationpresentation. and means of preparing effective presentation.Training summarization, 10 Participants will be handed Assessment sheetsassessment and closing out the prepared assessment sheets and they will assess training work, its positive and negative sides, organization, and value of information etc. 16
    • Module: Introduction to Conflict Resolution Day 1 Volume of training: 2 days are assigned in order to study the course, 2 hours are study hours and 1 hour is allocated for practical training. Types of studies – interactive lecture, practical training, independent work, role plays. Aims and goals of the course: The aim of the course is to transfer minimal knowledge to the youth on conflict resolution and development that cover practical issues. Content of Course:  Essence of conflict;  Escalation – de-escalation of conflict;  Role play  Characteristic of conflict;  Levels of conflict;  Role play.Desirable results of training:Theoretical knowledge – master, comprehend and analyze essence of studied subject.Derive new knowledge and make conjunctions with the relative subjects in alreadyacquired knowledge.Practical skills – gain practical skills while working on a specific material. Haveestablished notion on specific of subject and its main directions.Social Factor – Fully understanding relevance of the subject and its importance.Realize the role of conflict management in human relations. 17
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 5 Trainer Introduction Trainer reviews the training Review of training program and course and acquaints work plan participants with the training aims and assessment in general. Participants introduce 15 Introduction of themselves (place of work, participants position) and present own expectations for the given course.Essence of conflict 60 Lecture Trainer reviews the essence Presentation of conflict, reasons and outcomes.Conflict escalation 60 Lecture Trainer explains, introduces Presentationand de-escalation and reviews in detail the meaning of conflict escalation / de-escalationRole play With assistance and 60 Practical exercise direction of trainer participants involve in role play 18
    • Module: Introduction to Conflict Resolution Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction of the 5 Agenda Introduction of subjects of special Markers, Flipchartsagenda attention.Brainstorming 5 1 Participants name the most important topics and issues of the 1st day materials.Characteristic of 60 Lecture Trainer explains and reviews in detail Presentationconflict the major characteristic of conflict.Levels of conflict 60 Lecture Trainer explains. Presents and reviews Presentation in detail the levels of conflictRole play 60 Practical exercise With assistance and direction of trainer participants involve in role play 19
    • Module: Non-Governmental organizations Day 1Training volume: 2 days are assigned in order to study the mentioned course, 2hours are study hours and 1 hour for practical training for each day.Types of studies – interactive lecture, practical training, independent work, role plays.Aims and goals of the training:The aim of course is to communicate minimal knowledge to the youth on civic society,development of 3rd sector that cover practical issues. In addition, issues of establishingand founding non-governmental organization. Content of Course:  Essence of non-governmental organization;  Role of non-governmental organization in the development of society and democracy;  Role play;  Founding a non-governmental organization;  Main aims and goals of non-governmental organization.Desirable results of trainingTheoretical knowledge – master, comprehend and analyze essence of studied subject.Derive new knowledge and make conjunctions with the relative subjects in alreadyacquired knowledge.Practical skills – gain practical skills while working on a specific material. Haveestablished notion on specifics of subject and its main directions.Social Factor – Fully understanding the relevance of the subject and its importance.Become active members of the society. 20
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 5 Trainer Introduction Trainer reviews the training Review of training program course and acquaints and work plan participants with the training aims and assessment in general. Participants introduce 15 Introduction of themselves (place of work, participants position) and present own expectations for the given course.Essence of non- 60 Lecture Trainer reviews essence of Presentationgovernmental non-governmentalorganization Trainer reviews organization and its essence of non- importance governmental organization and its importanceRole of non- 60 Lecture Trainer explains and Presentationgovernmental reviews in detail the role oforganization in the Role of non- non-governmentaldevelopment of governmental organization in thesociety and organization in the development of society anddemocracy. development of democracy in general. society and democracy.Role play 60 Practical exercise With assistance and direction of trainer participants involve in role play 21
    • Module: Non-Governmental organizations (Continued) Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction of the 5 Agenda Introduction of subjects of special Markers, Flipchartsagenda attention.Brainstorming 5 1 Participants name the most important topics and issues on day I materials.Founding a non- 60 Lecture Trainer explains and reviews in Presentationgovernmental detail main steps of founding aorganization non-governmental organization; explains every necessary procedure that is needed for establishing a non-governmental organization.Main aims and goals 60 Lecture Trainer explains and reviews in Presentationof a non- detail the role of non-governmental governmental organization in theorganization development of society and democracy in general.Role play 60 Practical exercise With assistance and direction of trainer participants involve in role play 22
    • Module: Active Citizenship, Protection of Civic Interests, Voluntarism Day 1Content of Training:  The meaning of citizenship;  Active citizenship and leadership;  History of the idea of citizenship;  The meaning of civic society; structures, connections of civic society between public policy and civic society;  Development of discussion methods and its meaning;  Challenges related to active citizenship;  Definitions of civic society, public diplomacy, and democratic society; the difference between civic activity and political activity;  Connection between political and public movement;  When and how does the protection of civic interests start?  Preparation and planning of events on protection of civic interests;  Problem definition and goal setting/ gathering reliable data;  Creation of alliances and coalitions;  Elements of maintaining coalitions;  Coalition etiquette: main rules of creating union;  Legal cases/case preparation;  How to plan effective campaign;  Steps of planning information campaign;  Advantages and capacity of media; necessity of relating with media;  Implementing voluntary service and its development;  Role of voluntarism in the organizational development issues;  EVS – importance of European Voluntary Service for youth;  Development of volunteers’ capacity and co-participation in various program;  Potential abilities of volunteers in employment issues. 23
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction 15 Trainer Introduction Trainer reviews the training course Review of training and acquaints participants with the program and work training aims and assessment in plan general. Participants introduce themselves (place of work, position) and present own expectations for the 10 Introduction of given course. ”Tree of expectation” participantsThe meaning of 20 Lecture Trainer reviews and introduces the Presentationcitizenship and essence of citizenship; explains theleadership Discussion meaning of active citizenship.History of citizenship 15 Lecture Trainer presents brief idea of Presentation citizenshipidea; DiscussionThe meaning of civic 20 Lecture Trainer reviews essence of civic Presentation society, explains the meaning of civicsociety; structures, Discussion society, reviews its structures andconnections of civic connection with public policy.society betweenpublic policy andcivic society;Development of 30 Lecture Trainer explains how to develop Presentation methods of discussion; also presentsdiscussion methods Discussion its importance; trainer reviewsand its meaning; challenges related to active citizenship.Challenges related toactive citizenship;Definitions of civic 15 Lecture Trainer introduces definitions of civic Presentation society, public diplomacy, andsociety, public democratic society.diplomacy, anddemocratic society; 24
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity Resourceswhat is the differencebetween civic activityand political activity?Connection between 20 Lecture Trainer ensures exposition of existing Presentation dependence between political andpolitical and public public occupation.movement;When and how doesthe protection of civicinterests start?Preparation and 20 Lecture Trainer lights and reviews how the Presentation planning of events on protection ofplanning of events on civic interests together with problemprotection of civic definition and goal setting is accomplished.interests;Problem definitionand goal setting/gathering reliabledata; 10 Summarization Participants are handed out the Assessment sheets assessment sheets they assess training work, positive and negative sides, organization, information value of materials etc. 25
    • Module: Active Citizenship, Protection of Civic Interests, Voluntarism (Continued) Day 2Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesIntroduction of the agenda 5 Agenda Introduction of subjects of special Markers, Flipcharts attention.Brainstorming 5 1 Participants are naming the most important topics and issues on 1st day materials.Creation of alliances and 15 Lecture Trainer introduces rules of Presentation establishing alliances andcoalitions; coalitions; elements of maintaining coalitions and main rules of establishingElements of maintaining union.coalitions;Coalition etiquette: main Group work, participants are 10 Group Work divided into group and work onrules of creating union. rules and elements of establishing coalition.Legal cases/case 15 Brief lecture Trainer briefly reviews cases of Presentation advocacy;preparation; Group Work Participants will be divided into groups and discuss cases of advocacy;How to plan effectivecampaign 25 Lecture Trainer briefly reviews steps of effective campaign planning.Steps of planning Group Work Participants will be able to discuss Presentationinformation campaign; steps of planning information campaign. 26
    • Subject Time Activity Description of Activity ResourcesAdvantages and capacity of 35 Lecture Trainer introduces advantages Presentation and capacity of media andmedia; necessity of relating necessity of relating with mediawith media; to the participants The given lecture is interactive and participants are also involved.Implementing voluntary 20 Lecture Trainer acquaints participants with Presentationservice and its development; the information on implementing voluntary service and role ofRole of volunteerism in the voluntarism in theorganizational development organizational developmentissues; issues; The given lecture is interactive and participants are also involved.EVS – importance of 20 Lecture Trainer acquaints participants with Presentation the opportunities of developingEuropean Voluntary Service voluntarism and co-participationfor youth; of youth in various programs.Development of volunteers’capacity and co-participation in various Discussion Participants involve in theprogram; discussion and review how young people should be involved in various projects based on voluntarism.Potential opportunities of Potential opportunities of Presentation volunteers in employment issues. 20volunteers in employmentissues.Training Summarization, Participants are handed out the Assessment sheets assessment sheets they assessassessment and closing 10 training work, positive and negative sides, organization, information value of materials etc. 27