The training is designed to give participants the opportunity to experience and reflect upon activities and concepts central to human rights, human rights education and combating antigypsyism, based on experiential learning approaches. The activity will make an effort to go deeper into understanding the complexity of antigypsyism, as well as to focus on the quality and effectiveness of Roma youth participation projects and initiatives. The programme will include theoretical and practical approaches based on participants’ experiences and, taking advantage of non-formal learning approaches, favour experiential and dialogical learning. The training course is organised to develop the competences of 30 youth leaders to develop Roma youth participation projects and programmes at local and national level, with a concern for social inclusion, gender equality and combating antigypsyism. Read more here.