B1-AKT & UNESCO Romania are launching Academy for Young Women

Affiche unesco B1-AKT summer academy for young women bucarest le guern petrache

13 mar B1-AKT & UNESCO Romania are launching Academy for Young Women

Affiche unesco B1-AKT summer academy for young women bucarest le guern petrache

 « Academy for Young Women »

The fight against xenophobia, extremism and aggression

Romania – Bucharest 2-8 of September 2017


UNESCO B1-AKT -Academy of young women romania 2017

The Romanian National Commission for UNESCO in collaboration with B1-AKT announces the organization of the pilot edition UNESCO’S SUMMER ACADEMY OF YOUNG WOMEN, that will take place at in Romania, from 2 to 8 of September. They are invited to participate and to become our partners the national and international that are involved in the field.

In the nowadays context, in the 3rd millennium, there are yet situations when the women are discriminated and oppressed. In order to obtain a decent status, similar to the men’s status in society, and to fight against discrimination and violence of all types, women should feel safer and more organized in order to make their voice heard.

In this context, the project “UNESCO’S Summer Academy of Young Women-The fight against xenophobia, extremism and aggression”, project proposed by the Romanian National Commission for UNESCO, tries to offer a new perspective and to propose new solutions on this issue, offering new ideas in order to combat discrimination and violence through 3 modules, put in practice by 3 training courses.

In order to ensure the capacity of replication and further valorization of gained competencies during the Summer Academy, the participants will also include at least 50% women who are trainers, coaches, mentors, educators in NGOs or having their own private business having as beneficiaries/ clients women, with a focus on women with fewer opportunities.

The first training course will focus on PR and organizational communication, as one of the main instruments in facilitating dialogue and combating xenophobia, discrimination and violence or any kind of aggression.

The second training course will focus on intercultural education, starting from the idea that in a fast globalization of societies, there are big barriers and cultural gaps between groups of people and many times differences create conflict and may generate aggression.

The third training course will focus on how to create attitudes against extremism and violence of any kind, how to create partnerships and networks for solidarity, how to educate children and youngsters to take attitude against violence, to value diversity and human solidarity.

The expected result at the end, is a deeper understanding of the core problem and a deep understanding of how we can achieve a non-violent society by eliminating through education this core-problem.

The project targets both men and women in order to facilitate the understanding of the mentality differences between them and to analyze the sensibilities of each gender.

High efforts should be carried out against cultural conflict, aggression, violence that may lead in many cases to an extreme one, especially violence against women, with the hope that we can contribute to establishing a region, a society based on understanding and solidarity, a society of non-violence, dialogue, cooperation and peace.