January 6, 2017
January 6, 2017
IGLYO Calls, LGBTQI, IGLYO
CALL FOR PREPARATORY TEAM MEMBERS
STUDY SESSION ON E-LEARNING FOR YOUNG LGBTQI ACTIVISTS
“LGBTQI RIGHTS THROUGH E-LEARNING”
|Study session||“LGBTQI Rights through E-learning”|
|Preparatory meetings:||17-19 Feb 2017, Budapest, Hungary|
|The event:||14-19 May 2017, Budapest, Hungary|
Deadline for applications: 12 January 2017
IGLYO is proud to announce a call for two prep team members of the study session “LGBTQI Rights through E-learning”
The event is kindly supported by the Council of Europe.
The goal of the study session is to bring together a dedicated group of young LGBTQI leaders with experience and interest in non-formal education and e-learning who will explore existing frameworks and contribute towards the development of IGLYO’s online learning platform in terms of usability and content.
The study session participants will:
The program will be developed by the preparatory team and it will be mostly based on non-formal educational methods, experiential and learner-centered. Some expert-delivered formal sessions will be part of the program, as well.
We have opened this call for one preparatory team member to help plan, organize and facilitate this event. The team will also be made up by one IGLYO Board members, a Council of Europe designated trainer and will be supported by the IGLYO Secretariat.
The preparatory team has the following responsibilities:
Prep Team Member profile
Prep Team Members will be:
All related expenses including travel, accommodation and subsistence will be covered.
Interested candidates can apply by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with answers to the following questions:
Please note that applications received after the set deadline will not be considered.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com.
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