Marie Mirzoyan I would like to express my gratitude for the chance given to me for enlarging my perspectives and also for lifelong friendships. It was my pleasure to participate in the training course named “Weed Out Hate” held in one of the most beautiful places in the world- Bakuriani, Georgia. The name of the […]
During the project, I’ve learned many useful features that can help me with my other projects and everyday life. The most important I want to mention- teamwork. I learned how to work within a group with the people of many other countries and recognize that the strengths and weaknesses of individuals are only effective when […]
In November 2019 our volunteers Mane and Mary with DNA’s support collaborated with Hakob Kojoyan Art Educational Complex in the scope of 5-week course on environment and eco-friendly lifestyle. We aimed to raise awareness about the importance of being environmentally friendly through 5 classes that tackled environmental issues and were aimed at making kids more conscious about the challenges […]
This is a story about how people with the most possible differences became the best team ever. It all started with a coffee in the city center of Yerevan, and ended in Treviso, actually it is not ended. Thanks to ‘’DNA’’ NGO, during 11-16 of November we participated in “Democracy our past, our present, our […]
The project aimed to provide youngsters from different cultural and religious backgrounds with practical tools, which they could use to tackle issues regarding Human Rights, a common and fundamental topic for them all.
The youth exchange program aimed at raising awareness among young people about the importance of checking the validity of sources of information, enhancing their argumentation and decision-making skills, boosting their confidence and promoting tolerance and solidarity among them.
“EMPOWER YOU(TH)! : TRAINING OF INNOVATIVE MODELS AND METHODS IN YOUTH WORK” (NOVEMBER, 2017) LUSERNA SAN GIOVANNI, ITALY
The main goal of the project was to present to NGO executives the challenges the youth faces nowadays and acquaint them with the innovative methods used in dealing with those challenges. At the end of the project, our findings were distributed among NGO members through follow-up sessions.
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SUMY, UKRAINE (JULY 23-AUGUST 1, 2018) Speak Peace not Hate aimed to raise awareness about hate speech online and highlighted the dangerous link between hate speech and violence. It targeted to develop the necessary skills for young people to be able recognize hate speech online and become ‘online activists’ for human rights.
WOODSTOWN, COUNTY WATERFORD, IRELAND (JUNE 15-22, 2018) The main objective of the Training Course was to increase the awareness of one’s personal strengths and encourage authenticity among youth workers during a personal journey of self-discovery. Using individual reflection, participants took the active step of commitment with each other by sharing and experiencing. Participants were encouraged to support the young […]