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"Be active. Be part of the change."
March-December 2008

    In  2008 March-2008 December Civic Engagement Movement (CEMO) in cooperation with the Mures County Youth Directorate has started a series of training programs, called: "Be active. Be part of the change". The main objective of the program is to build and develop the capacity of various representatives of the NGO sector, youth educators as well as other representatives from rural area in order to run effective projects in their communities. Tree training course will be delivered on different topics related to the community development: how to conduct community needs assessment, how to design, write and implement a project, fundraising, how to involve other community members, consideration techniques, how to efficiently present the organization and its projects, best practices.At the end of the training the participants will be awarded the certification of community organizer.
The Community Development Training Courses are funded by the Mures County Youth Directorate.

"Together in Diversity"
Exploring the Challenges of Diversity and Promoting Intercultural Dialogue

1-10 July 2008

     Civic Engagement Movement (CEMO) has organized a Training Course in 2008 July entitled "Together in Diversity", Exploring the Challenges of Diversity and Promoting Intercultural Dialogue, that has brought together youth from different European countries with the aim to explore the realities and challenges of today's multicultural societies as well as to promote the intercultural dialogue and tolerance. The most important goals of the training course were to share exchange and good practices and develop competencies of youth workers/leaders to become active promoters of cultural diversity in their community. The Training took place in Romania, in the town of Tirgu Mures/Marosvásárhely which is a bilingual town, where half of the population is Romanian and the other half Hungarian, therefore the city has dealt with the challenges of intercultural diversity for many years, and has much to share with the rest of Europe - as well as much to learn from the experiences and examples of others.  There were 20 participants coming from Moldova Republic, Republic of Macedonia, Spain, and Romania.
This project has been funded with  support   from the  European  Commission.

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