- Twenty-five per cent of the individuals kept in prison in
The Council of Europe invites all youth leaders
working in conflict-affected communities to apply to take part in the training
for the third group of future youth ambassadors for peace.
Conflict affected communities are
understood as communities that experience or are recovering from armed conflict,
terrorism, frozen conflict, rise of racist discourse, nationalism and
xenophobia, the escalation of hate speech and hate crime, discrimination and
social exclusion, especially related to the Roma community, migrants and
refugees, or other types of conflict affecting society and young people in
The project combines residential training, distance learning and field
initiatives supported by a European network and is run from 2011 to 2013.
Applications to be part of the third and final group of ÔÇťambassadorsÔÇŁ are now
You can find below detailed information about the project background, aim and
objectives, profile of the candidates and selection procedure.
For more information see: www.coe.int / www.coe.ge