Second Learning Teaching Training activity of the project was realised in Koszeg,Hungary between 3rd – 7th July 2018.
Therewere 36 young participants from Turkey, Hungary, Poland and Sweden and 24accompanying participants and representatives from other partners. In totalthere were 60 participants from all partner institutions.
Thistraining activity was towords young people. Planned activities were aiming atempowering young people against to extremism by increasing their knowledge andawareness on extremism topics.
Thetraining was realised by using nonformal training methodologies such as icebreakers, energisers, group work, discussions, presentations, role plays,brainstorming, simulation games, warm up activities, indoor and outdoor games.
Withthe help of this training actvity young people gained confidence andself-esteem by being actively engaged in the training on anti-extremism By cooperating with young people from different countries students developedtheir skills as global citizens particularly in the areas of conflictresolution, promoting citizenship and the common values of freedom, toleranceand non-discrimination.
Thetraining activity helped youngs to become responsible, open-minded and activemembers of our diverse and inclusive societies.