The Network on Youth and Global Citizenship has launched a Call for members of the joint pedagogical team for the 2019 Universities.
One of the main features and added value of the Universities is the Joint Programme: the common pedagogical framework which connects all the partners’ activities and involve in common sessions all the participants taking part in the same University.
For the year 2019, all the interactive peer-to-peer sessions, the awareness raising initiatives, the moments of sharing of experiences and good practices and even the musical and cultural events organized in the framework of the Joint Programme will have as focus the annual theme “Youth and Justice”.
This unique structure allows transversal reflection among participants involved in different activities, enriching the participatory learning process and allowing networking opportunities for everyone, in view of a joint advocacy effort.
The Joint Programme is designed and developed by the Joint Pedagogical Team: a multidisciplinary team of four professionals experienced in working with young people in educational multicultural settings.
They can be trainers, youth animators, group facilitators, campaigners, performers, plastic artists and other professional with multifaceted creative competences which guarantee an interactive pedagogical approach on global education for a fruitful intercultural learning experience.
They design and deliver creative and participatory activities around the annual topic and engage with all participants, trainers and guests during formal and informal moments, through structured and unstructured group dynamics.
The North-South Centre encouraged to apply as joint pedagogical team member for both the Universities in order to guarantee a greater coordination and harmonization between the two events.
Everyone interested in the position should read the call together with the annexed documents and apply following the process as stated in the call.
Deadline for applications:
- Mediterranean University on youth and global citizenship: 24 March 2019
- University on youth and development: 24 May 2019