The European Intercultural Forum e. V. (EIF) is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political organisation which operates on international level in the field of international cooperation and development, peace education, active citizenship, empowerment and capacity development. The objectives of the organisation are:
– to contribute to peaceful development in the Western Balkans and the South Caucasus by strengthening the civil society and fostering democratic development
– to provide intercultural learning experiences to youth and adults to enhance intercultural tolerance and mutual understanding
– to provide exchange opportunities to NGOs representatives to discover and promote best-practices in international cooperation and peace education
19.01.2017 / Call for Participants
EIF is currently recruiting participants for two training programmes: 1) International Training Programme “Youth Empowerment and Social Transformation” on social transformation consisting of two e-learning modules and two residential training courses in Georgia, and 2) International Training Course “Europe`s Refugee Crisis – The Role of Youth” on migration in Europe. For me details on the training offers and the application procedures please look here.
18.11.2016 / Publication: Designing Learning for Peace – Peace Education Competence Framework
As a result of the two-year project “Mainstreaming Peace Education – Competence Framework” the Peace Education Competence Framework was just published. The Competence Framework seeks to enhance the professionalisation of Peace Education by providing a tool for planning, monitoring, evaluating and the assessment of acquired competences of learners. It intends to provide a springboard for educators, learners and organisations to create further educational programmes and partnerships to promote Peace Education. Find the publication here.
21.09.2016 / Publication: The Learning Curve – A guide to evaluation for youth organisations
As a result of the Youth Impact project the online guide for youth organisations on monitoring, evaluation and learning was just published. The guide offers guidance and assessment tools for youth workers in the peacebuilding field to better plan, monitor and evaluate their work and to learn from successes and failures. Visit the tool here to learn how the guide works and how to start improving your work!