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The aim of the 4 international trainings is to provide constructive knowledge and skills on the concept and practice of advocacy education, ranging from public speaking, presentation, advocacy strategies and other such skills. Through international cooperation, exchange experiences and good practices on how to initiate change (contributing to the legislative process, organising campaigns promoting youth interests, etc.) and to create a comparative perspective to highlight the difficulties in the Nordic & Estonian situations and illustrate the Nordic and European perspectives.

Each training session will follow the same structure, but will address the main themes at the different levels described above to ensure a comprehensive overview of the topic. The focus of the all trainings are on young people’s participation in society and how advocacy can be used to promote young people’s participation in order to make it more effective in creating change, and therefore also includes the specific skills needed to be a good advocate and to exchange perspectives and experiences to motivate young people to promote their own ideas.


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Narva, Estonia
02.02.2023 – 05.02.2023

“Youth advocacy and Leadership

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Gothenburg, Sweden
29.03.2023 – 01.04.2023

“Youth Advocacy on local level”

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Copenhagen, Denmark
12.04.2023 – 15.04.2023

Youth Advocacy on regional level”

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Helsinki, Finland
03.05.2021 – 06.05.2023

Youth Advocacy on international level”