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DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 21 August 2018
DATE OF TRAINING: 15 - 18 October 2018
PLACE OF TRAINING: JORDAN
The Technical Assistance team of Med Culture, a regional programme funded by the European Union (DG NEAR) for the promotion of culture as vector of Human, Social and Economic Development in South Mediterranean countries, is launching a call for participation in a regional 4-day training workshop followed by online mentoring sessions.
This initiative will focus on enhancing the skills and practice of trainers and cultural managers from the cultural heritage sector and civil society organisations involved in grass roots work in heritage making and cultural development processes as a basis for promoting an empowered and resilient society at local level, thereby underlining the value of heritage in the development of a more robust and resilient community that strives for peace building.
The content described below is indicative and might be subject to adjustment.
The group of participants is heterogeneous and will include cultural operators, civil society activists involved in community and grass-roots work, and cultural heritage specialists. This call welcomes persons with experience as trainers and facilitators from the culture and/or related sectors (gender, human rights, etc.). Applicants must be citizens and residents from South Mediterranean countries, aged between 25 and 45 years at the time of application:
The selected candidates are expected to be fully committed to this workshop.Participants of previous activities organised by Med Culture are also encouraged to apply to this call.
This Training will contribute to:
WHERE & WHEN?
This 4-day workshop (excluding travel) will take place in Jordan, 15-18 October 2018.
The languages of the workshop are English and Arabic.
HOW TO APPLY?
Draft your application in ONE file of 4 pages maximum including:
The Jury will select 25 people from South Mediterranean countries, aged between 25and 45 years at the time of application. The selected candidates are expected to be fully committed to this programme.
The selection jury is composed of experts including the Med Culture team. The candidates are selected based on the evaluation of their application.
Candidates should have experience in:
DON’T MISS THE DEADLINE!
Your application must be submitted by 21 August 2018 in ONE file of maximum 4 pages in English or Arabic and sent to the following 3 emails:
Please ensure to add the below SUBJECT TITLE to your email, otherwise your application will not be reviewed by the jury:
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ATTENTION: If the application includes more than one file or is received after the deadline, it will unfortunately not be taken into consideration.
Results will be announced by 14 September 2018. Selected candidates will be informed by e-mail.
NOTE: Travel and accommodation expenses for the selected candidates will be covered by the Med Culture programme.
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Med Culture is a 5-year (2014-2019) regional programme funded by the European Union to accompany partner countries in south of the Mediterranean in the development and improvement of cultural policies and practices related to the culture sector. The approach is consultative/participative and takes place in partnership with civil society actors, ministries, private and public institutions involved in culture as well as other related sectors.
Capacity development at regional level (between stakeholders from the Southern side of the Mediterranean sea), is a Med Culture core activity that provides cultural practitioners working in different cultural fields, both from the civil society and public sectors, with the opportunity to discuss common challenges and share experiences with their peers in the involved South Mediterranean countries.
The proposed action is in line with the revised European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), adopted in November 2015, which places special emphasis on supporting civil society and promoting citizen participation and engagement, focusing especially on young women and men.