Training on Human Rights and Tolerance in Burgas

November 29, 2009 at 00:52 Leave a comment

As part of the “Different People. One Europe!” Campaign in Bulgaria, over 30 students from three schools completed a leadership training “Tolerance and Human Rights”, hosted by the primary school “Naiden Gerov” – Burgas. The trained team from the pilot schools will educate their peers on the knowledge they obtained, and on 10 of December – The International Day of Human Rights, they will open temporary information centers, which aim to provide more in-depth information on the topics. Meanwhile, the schools will hold a survey about the level of Tolerance.
One of the immediate aims of the local partners in Burgas is to decrease and limit aggression through tolerance in the schools and the society. In the long-term plan, youth participants will aim for each student to have his/her place in the school life, to feel important among peers, to carry responsibility and to have empathy for others.

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