Training of trainers for selected civil society leaders and experts from the Baltic countries. Topics covered are hate crime, racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance and how to tackle it all from the civil society perspective.
General agenda of the training
10.00-13.00 Let’s get to know the project, each other and start with the training activities
14.00-17.00 Training activities
19.00 Dinner (optional)
10.00-13.00 Training activities
14.00-16.00 Training activities, final reflections and feedback
The training is part of the project PONGO – Police and NGO cooperation to combat hate crime in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The project is co-funded by the European Commission under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014–2020, and the National Foundation of Civil Society of Estonia.
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